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  •  2018 Board Members

  • Children's Health

    Children's Health



    About Us

    Wouldn't it be nice to get quality care for all your child's medical needs, all in one place? Children's Health Plano Campus offers the growing number of families in North Texas an award-winning hospital, specialty center, imaging facility, sports medicine institute and more - all in one place.

    On the Children’s Health Plano campus, we have been dedicated to providing quality health care to the growing number of families north of Dallas and beyond since 2008. Anchored by Children’s Medical Center Plano, the first full service hospital north of Dallas focused solely on the care of children, we are equipped with the latest technologies, Level IV trauma center, and more than 30 specialties to care for children when and where they need it most, close to home.

    Today, we proudly serve patients and families who reside north of Dallas and beyond, and we are honored to be able to care for many more children and families in the coming years as we invest in our campus and the surrounding communities.

    Children’s Medical Center Plano and the communities we serve are poised for continued growth. This expansion is an investment in both facilities and our clinical programs. Expanding along with this thriving region will enable Children’s Health to provide care that is uniquely suited for children close to home for this growing portion of the population. We look forward to welcoming patients and families into our expanded space in early 2024.


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    Rep/Contact Info

    Chad Gilliland
    Vice President, Clinical Programs
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    Ms. Catherine Riggle
    Program Manager, Government & Community Relations
    • Phone: (214) 288-5684
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