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Edinburg, TX—Doctors Hospital at Renaissance Health System (DHR) is proud to announce the Children’s Center at Renaissance has been accepted for membership into the Children’s Hospital Association — the voice for more than 220 children’s hospitals nationwide. As champions for children’s health, the Children’s Hospital Association advances public policy enabling hospitals to better serve children and builds awareness of child health issues. It is the premier resource for pediatric data and analytics driving improved clinical and operational performance among its member hospitals.
“Participation in the Children’s Hospital Association offers us access to a network of institutions and people who understand the unique health care needs of children,” said Israel Rocha, DHR Chief Executive Officer. “We look forward to collaborating with our peers and the children’s hospital industry and adding our voice to advocate on behalf of all children.”
The Children’s Center at Renaissance brings a new level of pediatric services to the Rio Grande Valley. It is equipped with innovative equipment that enables our physicians and nursing staff to better serve the needs of all children – from the smallest, premature infants to young kids and growing teens.
The Children’s Center at Renaissance offers a multi-disciplinary, family-centered approach to healthcare that places the child, and family, at the center of a network of specialists. When families enter The Children’s Center at Renaissance, they benefit from knowing that an entire team of pediatric specialists is putting their needs and the needs of their children first.
“We are pleased to welcome The Children’s Center at Renaissance and look forward to its active involvement,” said Mark Wietecha, Children’s Hospital Association president and CEO. “Our hospital members are the backbone of the nation’s pediatric health care infrastructure. With them, we are committed to providing the highest quality care and developing innovative solutions to impact the future of children’s health and health care.”
Children’s hospitals represent less than five percent of all hospitals and provide a disproportionately large share of the nation’s pediatric acute clinical care. Children’s hospitals are also vital centers of primary and specialty pediatric medical education and are leaders in pediatric research.