Nexus Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas is a child’s home away from home during recovery from complex medical issues following an acquired or traumatic brain injury, acute illness, chronic disease, or any other life-altering event. Our safe, nurturing pediatric environments provide individualized care in a family-focused setting. As the leaders in pediatric medical services and rehabilitation, Nexus Children’s Hospital treats children with primary medical issues who may also have secondary behavioral problems. Working with patients from infancy to age 21 who may have been unsuccessful in traditional rehabilitation environments, our flexible admissions criteria allows us to treat a wide variety of diagnoses.
At our pediatric facilities, you become part of our family as we’re mending minds.
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2929 Woodland Park Drive
Houston, Texas 77082
Monday – Sunday
8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Nexus Children's Hospital transitions all types of patients through the care they need, acting as the bridge between the acute hospital and home.
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Because the recovery journey is different for all children, our experienced medical and allied health professionals work as a cohesive team to develop customized treatment plans that evolve as our young patients progress. Complete with board-certified physicians, nurses, neuropsychiatrists, behavioral psychologists, therapists, case managers, and other medical staff, your child’s team is unlike what is offered at any other hospital. Striving to help your child heal and recover, our medical team meets weekly, ensuring the course of treatment is adjusted based upon his or her ever-changing needs.
A hallmark of care at any Nexus facility is our multidisciplinary team. Coordinating services to provide the most effective treatment program for each patient, our team utilizes evidence-based assessment measures. Patients will be seen by a physician daily, with nursing and respiratory therapists available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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Breaking the mold of traditional hospitals, Nexus Children's Hospital offers our patients and their families a home-like setting designed to make children feel comfortable and like they aren't in the hospital. Our location in Houston, Texas combines the technology, equipment and services provided in hospital settings with a community atmosphere.
Nexus is different in that we believe children recovering from acquired and traumatic brain injuries and other illnesses deserve daily opportunities for therapy, rehabilitation, and extracurricular activities, aimed at constantly improving their skills and functionality. We also know it's imperative that parents and guardians are kept in contact with their child's physicians, and it's our promise to be available to address your questions and concerns – and celebrate the milestone moments. Nexus also equips families with the tools and knowledge to confidently continue care at home when your child's functionality is achieved and it's time to go home.
For a complimentary informational session for your child or patient at either Nexus Children's Hospital location, please call the admissions office.
Nexus Children's Hospital is accredited by DNV-GL's NIAHO® program and is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
Contact our Admissions Department for more information and to begin the recovery process today.
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Nexus' NeuroContinuum sequence provides a range of care for those recovering from acquired or traumatic brain injuries and other complicated illnesses or diseases.
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