Texas Children’s Hospital Reveals New North Austin Campus
Top-ranked pediatric and women's hospital hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate new state-of-the-art facility to serve Central Texas families
On February 1, guests were invited to a special ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the Texas Children’s Hospital North Austin Campus. The new North Austin hospital located at 9835 North Lake Creek Parkway is a $485 million top-tier hospital with a 365,000 square-foot campus.
“It has been a longtime goal of mine to continue the incredible mission of our founders and expand access to Texas Children’s high-quality level of care to families throughout Texas,” said Mark A. Wallace, CEO of Texas Children’s Hospital.
The North Austin Campus plans to bring advanced children’s and women’s care to Austin. The hospital will feature neonatal, cardiovascular, and pediatric intensive care units, operating rooms, a sleep center, and full-service diagnostic services for mothers and children, including a fetal center for advanced interventions.
Additionally, the campus will house a full-service emergency center, safe rooms for behavioral health cases, and a variety of transportation options for patients including Kangaroo Crew ambulances and a helicopter. The North Austin Campus will also include an on-site pharmacy, a non-denominational chapel, a cafeteria, a coffee shop, and a business center, ensuring that families can spend more time with their loved ones without the need to leave the campus.
“Austin families and the surrounding communities deserve access to the most advanced treatment from world-renowned physicians at any given moment and Texas Children’s is doing their best to ensure this will happen now and in the future,” said Russ Williams, senior vice president of Texas Children’s Hospital North Austin Campus.
Spanning nearly 25 acres, the North Austin Campus will also create over 1,100 jobs, including experts across a diverse range of nationally ranked specialties and 150 pediatric specialists. Learn more at www.texaschildrens.org/north-austin.