All Children Need Children’s Hospitals

Children’s hospitals are unique resources that benefit all children through clinical care, research, pediatric medical education and advocacy.  Children’s hospitals serve children from all across Texas and provide specialized care for the most severe and complex medical problems.

The Children’s Hospital Association of Texas (CHAT) is a non-profit association whose mission is to advance children’s health and well-being by advocating for policies and funding that promote children’s access to high-quality, comprehensive health care.


Inaugural CHAT Quality and Safety Symposium

Register for the inaugural CHAT Quality and Safety Symposium scheduled Thursday, October 26, at the Westin at the Domain in Austin.  CHAT is excited to partner with national and state speakers on patient safety and quality.  The event is open to anyone interested in pediatric quality and safety in healthcare delivery.  Scroll down to see flyer.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Paper registration form also available and payable by check CHAT 2017 Quality and Safety Symposium Registration Form
________________________________________________________________________________________________24th Annual CHAT Pediatric Nursing Conference
Register for the 24th Annual CHAT Pediatric Nursing Conference scheduled October 27-28, also at the Westin at the Domain in Austin.  Scroll down to see flyer.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


The Value of Children’s Hospitals

The Importance of Children’s Hospitals

Medicaid Hospital Financing 101

The Importance of Medicaid To Children’s Hospitals

Selected Facts About CHAT Member Hospitals

Members

CHAT represents eight not-for-profit children's hospitals in Texas.
Members are committed to providing specialized and comprehensive medical services for all children in need.

Member Hospitals Map Covenant Children's Cook Children's Dell Children's El Paso Children's Children's Health Children's of San Antonio Texas Children's Driscoll Children's

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Quality Symposium Poster

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Nursing Conference Poster