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It’s Official: Children’s Health and UTSW Unveil Plans for $5 Billion Pediatric Campus in the Medical District

The new 2-million-square-foot campus will increase the number of beds to 552 and connect to Clements University Hospital via sky bridge.
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UT Regents Approve New Pediatric Campus For Children’s Health and UT Southwestern

In a recent campus briefing, UTSW President Dr. Daniel Podolsky said that he would be following the project for the next six years.
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Report: Childhood Vaccination Rates Are Down Across North Texas

Children's Health's Beyond ABC report reveals that Collin and Denton County saw significant decreases in vaccinations during the pandemic.
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Children’s Health Receives Magnet Designation for Nursing Excellence and the Alzheimer’s Association’s $100M Investment

Plus, St. Paul Medical Clinic welcomes new patients and UT Southwestern women's group earns national recognition.
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Watch: Exchange Park Implosion Makes Room for New Children’s Health and UTSW Pediatric Campus

A pediatric campus is being planned by a joint pediatric venture between the two health systems.
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Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2023 Excellence in Healthcare Awards

The program recognizes industry leaders and organizations for their industry achievements and impact on the North Texas economy.
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Children’s Health Names Emory Healthcare Executive as New Chief Operating Officer

He brings experience from nonprofit, academic, and for-profit healthcare organizations.
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Dallas’ Medical District Experiencing a Healthy Dose of Growth

Despite national real estate industry headwinds, several healthcare projects continue to spur growth in Dallas’ Medical District.
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Children’s Health and Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute Expand Pediatric Mental Health Initiative to 150,000 Families

The program trains primary care pediatricians to address mild to moderate behavioral health issues.
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