Edinburg Children's Hospital

Edinburg Children's Hospital

Edinburg Children's Hospital is located in the Rio Grande Valley, at the southern tip of Texas, and is part of the South Texas Health System, which is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS).

The 107-bed, freestanding pediatric hospital opened adjacent to Edinburg Regional Medical Center in March 2006. The first of its kind in South Texas, Edinburg Children's Hospital features a four-story pediatric tower, a dedicated pediatric emergency departmentspecialty pediatric services and advanced technology, including the Valleys first 32-slice CT and radioflouroscopy room. To increase capabilities, some resources are shared between Edinburg Children's Hospital and Edinburg Regional Medical Center. Two of the five operating suites at Edinburg Regional Medical Center are dedicated to pediatric surgery for Edinburg Children's Hospital.

Defining Healthcare

South Texas Health System is an integrated system of care comprised of six hospitals, several freestanding emergency rooms, multiple physician practices and a broad variety of outpatient services.

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The hospital treats children from birth to 19 years of age and features a kid-friendly, comfortable atmosphere, with boldly colored murals from renowned artist Roark Gourleywith. There are large pediatric playrooms where kids can have fun and a special teen room with a large-screen TV, movies, electronic video games, board games and more. The hospital also has it's own mascot, Eddy, who helps brighten kids' days when they are in the hospital.  

Edinburg Children's Hospital

Quality Healthcare For Kids

  • Pediatric emergency department
  • Full surgical and diagnostic capabilities
  • Pediatric intensivists
  • Trained pediatric specialists
  • Intensive care beds
  • Step-down beds
  • Medical/surgical beds
  • Two large playrooms

Hospital Leadership

South Texas Health System Children's and South Texas Health System Edinburg

Lance Ames, Chief Executive Officer

Cat Domian, Chief Nurse Executive

Carlos Guajardo, Chief Financial Officer

South Texas Health System

Chuck Stark, Regional Vice President