The CBCC medical staff goes beyond our clinic. At Dell Children’s Medical Center, 4North unit is where our patients are also treated for treatments that require overnight stays.
Dawn MacCartney is the clinic manager for the unit and overseas 45 people on her team. Dawn became a nurse in May of 1988 and joined Dell Children’s in April of 2012.more >
Saloni will finish a 72-week treatment protocol in October. Her care has been exceptional at Dell Children’s Medical.
Center. Her doctors give us so much hope and confidence. They told us not to give up.more >
Children's Blood & Cancer Center at Dell Children's Receives $10K CureSearch for Children’s Cancer Clinical Trial Advancement Award
Cancer awareness is year round at the Children’s Blood & Cancer Center (CBCC). As we roll into September--National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month—let us be reminded of the support these children and their families need to get them through one of the most difficult challenges in their lives.
Sickle cell disease is a blood disorder that impacts the body’s ability to carry oxygen to tissues effectively. It’s a genetic condition that’s diagnosed with a simple blood test and most often found at birth during newborn screening test. It can also be diagnosed before birth.more >
The CBCC welcomes Ashley Ratcliff, RN, BSN, who joins the research team as a research coordinator. Ashley has worked with blood and cancer patients on the 4North inpatient unit at Dell Children’s Medical Center for the last three years.more >
On Saturday, June 21st, teen patients from the CBCC spent the evening at Dell Children’s Medical Center. In their battle with chronic illness, they’ve spent countless hours on the CBCC inpatient floor or in the CBCC outpatient clinic.
But on this night, they are visiting Dell Children’s for a different reason. They are normal teens attending their prom and nobody is thinking about illness.more >