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Safety & Outcomes

Safety & Outcomes

At Texas Children’s Hospital Pavilion for Women, we believe our patients and families deserve the most complete and accurate information possible about how we are doing as a health care system. We want you to feel empowered to ask us questions and to actively participate with the health care team. We know you have a choice in health care providers, and we want you to know what you can expect when you come to Texas Children’s.

As a hospital system, we believe that a very important part of offering outstanding clinical programs is tracking the results of the care delivered through those programs and doing our best to provide the very best care in the safest environment possible. By tracking what we do, we learn about what happens to our patients, and we also learn about our performance as a health care delivery organization. We know we can always do better and are committed to continually working to make improvements and strive toward excellence in the care we provide for our patients and families.

The information on this site is based on nationally recognized categories of quality and safety.


Clinical Standards

At Texas Children’s Hospital, we routinely review the scientific evidence and incorporate the evidence into clinical standards. Clinical standards are systematically developed statements that detail the essential steps in the care of patients with a particular clinical condition. They are implemented to minimize unnecessary variation, improve patient outcomes, and decrease costs.