Staying at Texas Children's
We realize that you may feel overwhelmed about your child's visit. Be reassured that our doctors, nurses, therapists and hundreds of other allied healthcare professionals at Texas Children’s Hospital will do everything they can to care for your child, you and your family.
Preparing for Admission
Be prepared before you get to the hospital and as you leave. Let us help make your experience the best as possible. Read more
There are many parking options available in vicinity to Texas Children's Hospital. Read more
Places to Stay
There are several accommodations around the Medical Center that are convenient for your stay. Read more
In order to limit the number of people coming into your room, we are now utilizing eConsults. eConsults occur when an attending provider requests a subspecialty service or ancillary service meet with the patient via video. The patient is provided with an iPad to connect with the consulting provider. eConsults secure and confidential. The conversations are not recorded.
In order to limit the number of people coming into your room, we are now utilizing eRounding – using a mobile computer workstation with a camera, or a tablet, to allow members of your child’s health care team to participate in rounds via a video call from another location like a conference room, their office or even from home. This allows providers who would already be involved in your child’s care to stay connected – helping keep them up to date on your child’s journey and allowing them to learn and contribute valuable feedback about his or her case. eRounding is secure and confidential. The conversations are not recorded.
Where to Eat
There are plenty of places to get a meal in and around the hospital. Check here for a list of available options. Read more
In keeping with its family-centered care concept, Texas Children’s has consolidated useful resources on the new family services floor, located on the 16th floor of the West Tower. Read more
The process of getting your child ready to go home from Texas Children's Hospital actually starts as soon as he or she arrives at the hospital. Read more