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Texas Children's Hospital Overview

Houston, TX
10000+ employees
Nonprofit Organization
Health Care
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Parents in the Lone Star State can rest easy knowing Texas Children's Hospital has the doctors and facilities to diagnose and treat sick children. The hospital is the flagship facility of Texas Children's Hospital Integrated Delivery System, a ... Read more

Texas Children's Hospital – Why Work For Us?

Texas Children's Hospital is an internationally recognized full-care pediatric hospital located in the Texas Medical Center in Houston. One of the largest pediatric hospitals in the United States, Texas Children's Hospital is dedicated to providing the finest possible pediatric patient care, education and research.  The hospital has garnered widespread recognition for its expertise and breakthrough developments in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, asthma, HIV, premature babies, and cardiogenic and attention-related disorders.

Texas Children’s is affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine and is its primary pediatric training site. The hospital's award-winning medical staff consists of more than 1,580 board-certified, primary-care physicians, pediatric subspecialists, pediatric surgical subspecialists and dentists. In addition, Texas Children's offers a dedicated, highly skilled nursing and support staff of more than 6,000.

Texas Children’s Hospital is a part of a network of other health care services. Our mission is to support excellence in patient care, education and research with a commitment to quality service and cost-effective care to enhance the health and well-being of children locally, nationally and internationally.

If you’re committed to providing the best possible care for children and their families, while working in an environment that encourages and expects professional growth and excellence, then Texas Children's encourages you to join our team. Voted one of the best places to work in Houston by the Houston Business Journal, and ranked among the nation’s top children’shospitals in U.S. News & World Report, Texas Children's demonstrates continued leadership in pediatric health care.

Texas Children’s offers a fun, positive environment that embraces diverse backgrounds, encourages an entrepreneurial spirit and rewards your dedication to our most important goal – caring for children, women and their families.

We’re committed to creating a healthy community for children by providing the best pediatric care possible, through groundbreaking research and emphasis on education. We’re equally dedicated to providing a full continuum of health care throughout a woman’s life, from fetal diagnostics to well-woman care.

Our employees choose careers at Texas Children’s for many reasons. Some like being associated with a world-class pediatric facility. Others are drawn to the endless opportunities for continuing education, meaningful work and professional growth. Many appreciate the direct input they have in making Texas Children’s the best it can be.

Join us and you can enjoy numerous employee recognition programs that honor both individuals and teams for demonstrating excellent service

Our Vision

Texas Children's Hospital is committed to a community of healthy children by providing the finest possible pediatric care, education and research. 

Our Mission

Texas Children's Hospital supports excellence in patient care, education and research with a commitment to quality service and cost-efective care to enhanse the health and well-being of children locally, nationally and internationally.

Meet Your New Family
We have an award-winning medical staff that consists of more 1,580 board-certified primary care physicians, pediatric subspecialists, pediatric surgery subspecialists, and dentists as well as a dedicated and highly skilled nursing and support staff that’s over 8,000 strong. At Texas Children’s, we recruit people who thrive on living our shared values to the fullest so they can make a difference in children’s lives.

When you choose a career with Texas Children's, you’re choosing to work hard for the children and families we serve. Besides offering competitive salaries, we reward you with a comprehensive benefits package that is in line with other high-performing organizations and offers choices to fit your needs. Texas Children’s is committed to providing employees with opportunities that promote and protect their financial stability. Below you’ll find an overview of our benefits. For more detailed information, please visit our benefits site.

Our Benefits include:


  • Competitive base salaries, including differentials and call pay for certain positions
  • Tax Sheltered Annuity 403(b) savings plan with match program - Texas Children’s will match your pre-tax contributions as per plan limit Hospital-sponsored pension plan
  • The EARN Program: Everyone’s A Recruiter Now - An employee referral financial reward and recognition program

Health Care:

Texas Children’s takes great pride in providing a competitive, leading-edge employee benefits program. Our program is designed for the benefit of our employees – it offers flexibility, choice and value. Two medical plan options are available: a Preferred Provider Network (PPO) and an Exclusive Provider Network (EPO). Two dental plan options are available: a Dental "High" Preferred Provider and a Dental “Low” Preferred Provider. One vision plan option is available. All contributions are made on a pre-tax basis.

Life Insurance:
Employer-paid basic life and basic accidental death and dismemberment benefits for full-time and part-time employees.
  • Coverage equal to annual base salary
  • Additional levels of optional coverage (paid by employee) available
  • Dependent child life and spouse life available
Long Term Disability:

Basic long-term disability coverage for full-time employees.
  • Coverage equal to 50% of annual base salary
  • Additional levels of optional coverage available
Flexible Spending Accounts:
Two flexible spending accounts are available to eligible employees – Health Care and Dependent Care. Money put in either account is contributed on a pre-tax basis, thus reducing your taxable income. 
Health and Wellness Programs:
While the mission of Texas Children’s is compelling, the nature of our work can be physically, mentally and emotionally challenging. We recognize that our employees have lives outside their careers. Texas Children’s supports health, wellness and the compatibility between work and life that employees and their families need.
Time Off:
Texas Children’s is supportive of our active employees by providing Personal Time Off, Extended Illness Bank, Family and other Leaves of Absence, and Catastrophic Time Off. 

Texas Children’s offers many opportunities for professional growth as well as generous tuition reimbursement through the Tuition Assistance Program.
Children-Related Programs:
  • Adoption assistance program
  • Interim backup care
  • St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital cafeteria discount
  • Discounted tickets to recreational parks and events, popular attractions, movies and more
  • Subsidized Texas Medical Center parking, vanpools and public transportation
  • Team sports subsidy

Our employees are regularly asked what they like most about working at Texas Children’s. Their answers typically emphasize our mission of providing the finest possible pediatric and obstetric patient care, education and research. They also enjoy challenging responsibilities and opportunities for growth and learning.

As a teaching hospital for Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s has a high standard of learning and achievement for all employees. Here, you will set professional development goals to continually sharpen your skills and enrich your workplace. In fact, learning begins the moment you arrive. Employees also are encouraged to seek outside learning and networking opportunities. We offer support to encourage continuous learning.

We believe there’s an art to caring for children, women and families that goes beyond science. Therefore, programs are available to help nurses without pediatric or obstetric backgrounds make the transition into a rewarding new experience.


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    I worked at Texas Children's Hospital full-time (More than a year)


    Can definitely make money with overtime, great benefits, decent bonuses but the children and company integrity is the biggest bonus of all. Can easily travel within the company to many departments, industries, specialties with training and support.


    Humans are petty, management can be very egotistical and pessimistic but politics are wherever you go. For the majority, everyone is very nice almost to a fault so there is also a lot of passive aggressiveness but you can survive that.

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    Take in to consideration everyone involved, not just your favorites. Do what's right, period.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Texas Children's Hospital.


    I was emailed an opportunity to schedule an interview. when we met up the manager was straight forward and gave me every little detail about the work environment and duties then asked interview questions.

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    • basic interview questions, strengths and weakness, how would you handle a confrontation, what would I do if someone asked me to do something that was not in my job description( i learned that it is best to always ask if they can give you an example to see where this particular interviee's point of view is at.)   Answer Question
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