Scott & White Healthcare, the legacy system for Baylor Scott & White Health-Central Texas division, was built as an integrated network of primary care and specialty care clinics and acute care hospitals to provide patient-focused, comprehensive care. Through this strong foundation and a commitment to quality clinical patient care and academic advancement through medical training and research, our Central division has become a trusted health care partner for Texans.
This is exactly what Scott & White McLane Children’s Hospital became for Daniel Mundine and his family. Struggling with multiple complex and rare disorders—Crohn’s disease, Ehler’s Danlos syndrome and Postural Orthostatic Hypotension syndrome—McLane Children’s Hospital was the first place where Daniel found answers to what was happening in his body. The side effects he lives with each day are preventing him from realizing his biggest dream: to be professional soccer player. While Daniel has a long journey ahead of him to get better, his doctors and care team are working hard to improve his health and get him back on the soccer field.
With advanced technology, equipment and accommodations designed especially for children and adolescents, McLane Children’s Hospital and Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Clinic provide a nurturing environment for families in and around Central Texas. These facilities provide comprehensive services in pediatric medicine, surgery and therapies. Highly skilled, specially trained physicians, surgeons, nurses and allied health professionals provide care in 40 pediatric subspecialties. McLane Children’s also benefits from a close association with nearby academic centers who help equip the hospital with the latest advancements in pediatric medicine and support the hospital in providing pediatric medical education. See more about Baylor Scott & White’s graduate medical education programs in Part Eleven: Preparing Future Generations of Clinicians.
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