Network Children's Hospitals Come Together During Hurricane Harvey

The devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey has affected millions. Texas’ Governor has declared it “one of the largest disasters America has ever faced.” Unfortunately, children’s hospitals — vital to communities’ recovery efforts — have been impacted too. You can help by making a donation.

“We’re grateful and proud of our Network children’s hospitals that have rallied together to keep the tiniest of patients safe and well cared for. Your support will provide essential supplies and services to address the immediate needs of pediatric patients and their families. Children’s hospitals rely on donations to provide the best care for kids. Help keep their doors open during this critical time.” – John Lauck, President and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Texas Children's Hospital: Hurricane Harvey Pt. 1

“In the past 48 hours I have seen many heart breaking images from around our city, but just as compelling have been the scenes of resilience and kindness in our community. There has been no greater demonstration of that spirit than what is occurring right now at Texas Children’s.” – Mark A. Wallace, president and CEO of Texas Children’sIn light of Hurricane Harvey, your support of Texas Children's is more important than ever. Give today: http://ow.ly/21pN30eK8pu

Posted by Texas Children's Hospital on Monday, August 28, 2017

And they're off: This evening, two ambulances and five CoxHealth EMTs and paramedics headed to Texas to help locals affected by Hurricane Harvey. Please send prayers and good wishes for their work and safety!

Posted by CoxHealth on Monday, August 28, 2017

WE ARE ON OUR WAY! An incredible group of 13 RNs from CHRISTUS Health Louisiana – including 5 from CHRISTUS Cabrini -…

Posted by CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini on Monday, August 28, 2017

The Children's Hospital of San Antonio has received 13 critically-ill infants from our sister Hospital, CHRISTUS Spohn. …

Posted by The Children's Hospital of San Antonio on Friday, August 25, 2017

NICU babies in the projected path of #HurricaneHarvey landed safely with our transport team in DFW. We're incredibly grateful for the opportunity to work together with Cook Children's to make life better for these critically ill babies in harms way. Our thoughts are with all the families in the #GulfCoast.

Posted by Children's Health on Thursday, August 24, 2017

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