Dell Children's is the first hospital in the world to achieve LEED® Platinum Certification.

When Dell Children’s Medical Center broke ground on the Robert Mueller Development site in 2004, the Seton Family of Hospitals had a vision of creating a “green” hospital that would set new standards. Over the last several years, world-renowned medical professionals, architects, environmentalists and elected officials have toured Dell Children’s to learn what it takes to build and operate a LEED certified hospital.

Dell Children’s Is Green

What’s a healthy child without a healthy world to live in?

Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas is proud to be the first hospital in the world to earn platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for outstanding Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). This designation means that we have exceeded environmental standards in five areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, selection of materials and resources and indoor environmental quality.

To learn more about how a healthy building can promote the health of children – and, really, the whole world – look for all 21 signs located throughout our hospital.

In the News

See what media across the country have said about Dell Children’s green building: