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Superheroes drop by Dell Children’s for the day

Superheroes drop by Dell Children’s for the day Superheroes and villains brought big smiles to children and their families at Dell Children’s Medical Center. The Austin Police Department and Wells Fargo teamed up for the fifth annual Superhero Day.With young patients looking on, the superheroes rappelled down the hospital walls into the…
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IndyCar drivers visit patients at Dell Children’s

IndyCar drivers visit patients at Dell Children’s The inaugural season of NTT IndyCar Series classic recently kicked-off in Austin, where the Ascension Seton emergency medicine team was onsite to provide trauma care. IndyCar drivers also pulled into Dell Children’s to meet with patients. IndyCar racers, Santino Ferrucci, Oliver Askew and Robert Megennis handed out Racing For Kids…
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Everyone’s a superhero on Hero Day

Everyone’s a superhero on Hero Day Not all heroes wear capes, but they do on Hero Day Seton Healthcare Family partnered with the Austin Police Department (ADP) and Wells Fargo to host the fourth annual Hero Day at Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas. The much-anticipated event provided a fun-filled day…
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Dell Children’s receives neonatal care highest accreditation

Dell Children’s receives neonatal care highest accreditation Region’s premiere children’s medical center earns Level IV NICU care designation, providing un-matched full service care to newborns The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Dell Children’s Medical Center has received designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) as one of only 12 accredited Level…
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Pediatric Urgent Care

Pediatric Urgent Care While staying active is an important part of your child’s health and happiness, no parent can completely protect his or her children from minor injuries. Similarly, no matter how much your family prioritizes good health, illnesses can’t always be prevented. In the event of a non-emergent incident that needs prompt…
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