There is a recall of some powdered infant formulas. If your baby’s formula is included in the recall, DO NOT continue use it. The formulas could make your baby sick.
Cynthia Baker, MSN, MBA, RN, CPN, pediatric care coordinator for Texas Children’s Health Plan’s The Center for Children and Women, has earned recognition among the top 150 nurses in the region by the Houston Chronicle.
Dr. Lisa Hollier, Chief Medical Director at The Center for Children and Women, recently spoke with TMC News about the increase in the Texas maternal mortality rate, a trend highlighted by the publication of two independent reports in 2016.
The Center for Children and Women at Greenspoint was recently honored with Level 3 Patient-Centered Specialty Practice (PCSP) Recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Practices that become recognized under PCSP Recognition have demonstrated commitment to patient-centered care and clinical quality through streamlined referral processes and care coordination with referring clinicians; timely patient and caregiver-focused care management; and continuous clinical quality improvement.
Rose Calhoun, RN, M.Ed., director of quality & outcomes at Texas Children’s Health Plan, was recently nominated among the top 150 nurses in the region by the Houston Chronicle. She is one of two Texas Children’s Health Plan nurses to receive the distinguished honor.
Chastity Jaime, RN, MBA, pediatric care coordinator at Texas Children’s Health Plan, has earned recognition among the top 150 outstanding nurses in the region by the Houston Chronicle.
Veronica Reyes discusses the many services available under one roof at The Center for Children and Women with local radio station KQQK. With extended hours, Veronica reminds listeners that they can get everything from dental services to speech therapy to filling prescriptions without leaving the building. The Center for Children and Women has two convenient locations on the north and southwest sides of the city. Veronica invites listeners to come tour the facilities even if they don't have a prior appointment. Not a member yet? The Center for Children and Women offers application 7 days a week!
Local radio station La Raza 106.3 KTJM interviews Veronica Reyes about the variety of services available at The Center for Children and Women. Pregnant women can take advantage of free classes and outstanding care at both locations 7 days a week. Veronica reminds listeners that families who qualify for CHIP or Medicaid are eligible to receive services. Veronica invites listeners to tour the facilities even if they don't have a prior appointment and to take advantage of our application assistance if they are not already members.
Our own Veronica Reyes sits down with local radio station 104.1 KRBE to discuss services and extended hours at The Center for Children and Women. Veronica Reyes, Community Relations Specialst, discusses our efforts to make health care more accessible to our community. Veronica reminds listeners about our extended hours that make it easier for working families to get access to the many services available at both The Center for Children and Women locations.
(Houston, TX) - Texas Children's Health Plan announces the opening of its second The Center for Children and Women location. Located at 9700 Bissonnet in the Southwest Corporate Center, the approximately 65,000-square-foot facility provides comprehensive medical care for Texas Children's Health Plan members in the Southwest area of Houston.