Texas Children's Hospital West Campus incorporates the best practices in pediatric treatment environments and serves the community as the premier resource center for child wellness and healing.

General medical, gynecologic and counseling services for tweens, teenagers and young adults (10-25 years of age).

Diagnosis and treatment for pediatric patients with allergy, asthma and primary and secondary immune dysfunction.

Comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluations for infants and children of all ages and developmental levels.

Specializes in the care of infants and children with brachial plexus injuries that may occur around the time of birth or from trauma related to falls, motor vehicle accidents, or sports.

Pioneers in many of the standard protocols for treating – and curing – all types of pediatric cancer and blood disorders, from common to extremely rare.

Cutting-edge procedures and therapies for the diagnosis and treatment of children with cardiac problems.

The Complex Care Clinic provides care for children with medical complexity who have functional limitations and an increased need for medical services. The clinic provides individualized treatment plans through routine well visits, urgent visits and follow-up care as needed.

Care and treatment for patients with eczema, psoriasis, nevi, vascular birthmarks and other dermatologic conditions from birth to 18 years of age.

Diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of diabetes and endocrine disorders.

Evaluation of and treatment for children of all ages who have a ear, nose, throat, and head and neck diseases or disorders.

Treatment for children with intestinal, liver and nutritional disorders, including chronic diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, constipation, gastroesophageal reflux, peptic ulcers, and obesity.

Providing care for patients with congenital or acute hand injuries.

The head shaping clinic provides care for patients with plagiocephaly.

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  • 3rd floor

We provide expert diagnosis and management of infectious disease in children, using  the latest diagnostic and therapeutic techniques to evaluate and treat patients for common to rare infections.

Intravenous (IV) therapy to maintain a child’s health status, with treatments including blood products, immune globulin infusions, injections and antibiotics.

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists evaluates, diagnoses and treats children who have previously had kidney stones, as well as those at risk for developing them.

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  • Floor 1

Combination of outstanding patient care and innovative research lead to new treatments and cures for children with neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Treatment for eye disorders, including strabismus, congenital cataracts, ptosis, blocked tear duct, childhood glaucoma and retinoblastoma.

Care for pediatric patients, ages newborn to skeletal maturity, with acute or chronic orthopaedic problems.

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  • Floor 3
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  • 3rd floor

Offers a caring environment for young girls with sensitive issues relating to female health and the menstrual cycle.

Compassionate, efficient and quality inpatient care in a culturally sensitive, family-centered environment.

Minimally invasive surgeries for pediatric patients performed by board-certified pediatric surgeons.

The Physical Medicine Clinic helps address rehabilitation needs of patients with functional impairments affecting development, activities of daily living, and mobility. Motor disability or problems can be associated with injury or abnormality of the brain, spinal cord, muscles, nerves, or genetic disorders. Rehabilitation management can include bracing, prescription for physical or occupational therapy, physical modalities, home stretching and exercise programs, and adaptive equipment.

For patients at risk for developmental delays in fine motor skills, upper extremity dysfunction, visual perceptual difficulties, oral motor skills and other problems.

Diagnose and treat patients requiring plastic surgery including skin tags, hemangiomas, lacerations, nasal and facial fractures, cysts and wound care.

Care for asthma and a wide range of other respiratory disorders.

Comprehensive imaging services, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, interventional radiology and general radiology/fluoroscopy.

The Renal Service at Texas Children’s Hospital is one of largest programs in the world, and provides diagnostic, therapeutic and long-term care for infants, children and adolescents with all forms of congenital and acquired kidney diseases.

Physicians in the Rheumatology Clinic see children with a range of rheumatic diseases.  Common conditions include junveile idiopathic arthritis, juvenile system lupus erythematosus and lupus spectrum disorders, dermatomyositis and polymyositis, scleroderma, and others.

We evaluate and treat common sleep disorders in children including problems falling asleep or staying asleep, sleepwalking and abnormal movements during sleep.  In addition, we treat narcolepsy, disorders of excessive daytime sleepiness, seizures during sleep and other medical and neurological problems that affect sleep.

Comprehensive and convenient sports medicine care utilizing an interdisciplinary approach for the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents from the physically active to the adolescent athlete.

Medical and surgical care for children with genitourinary problems related to congenital birth defects or trauma and medical conditions. 

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  • Floor 3