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4.2
201 reviews
Compensation/Benefits 4.1
Culture 4.1
Work/Life Balance 4.0
Job Security/Advancement 3.5
Management 3.4

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Rick Merrill
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Stan Davis, Chief Operating Officer, Cook Children's Medical Center

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120 salaries reported
$50.91 per hour
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$83.65
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About Cook Children's Health Care System

Our promise, our culture

At Cook Children's, we've made a promise to improve the health of every child in our region. All of our employees come to work every day with that promise in mind, guiding them as they help our patients and their families get better and stay healthy. You can be an important part of making that happen.

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  • This #ThrowbackThursday is dedicated to our beginning.
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100 years ago, a physician found a baby abandoned at his office. At the time, no hospital in Fort Worth offered care for a child like this. Former postmistress Ida Turner spotted the physician with the baby in his arms and made a promise to build a hospital that would care for every child in need. Contributions poured in from hundreds of community members, land was donated and countless tradesmen stepped in to build the hospital without any pay. Just four months later, Ida Turner’s dream became a reality with the opening of Fort Worth’s Free Baby Hospital on March 21, 1918.
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We’re launching a year-long celebration in honor of our centennial and invite you to take part. Visit the link in our bio to learn more about our history, community events and ways you can wish Cook Children’s a Happy 100th Birthday! #cook100years
  • Introducing the newest recruits to our Teddy Bear Transport team! Over Christmas break, 9-year-old Mia raised money by selling pencil pom poms in her neighborhood. She used the funds to buy more than 40 stuffed animals which she then delivered to Teddy Bear Transport’s hangar. These bears will ride alongside our Teddy Bear Transport team and provide comfort for the passengers they pick up on each flight.
  • Funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) expired 100 days ago. Millions of kids are at risk of losing their CHIP coverage this winter. Nearly 400,000 young Texans will be affected. Join us today in urging lawmakers to #SaveChip and extend funding for five more years. Visit the link in our bio to help #KeepKidsCovered
  • Nephrology patient Canyon has quite the Christmas story to share, reminding us what a precious gift it is to be healthy.
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The 11 year old was diagnosed with end stage renal disease last May. For six long months, Canyon and his family were diligent in keeping up with medications, a strict diet and nightly dialysis treatments to make sure he would be placed on the kidney transplant list.
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On December 23, Canyon and his family learned that a kidney had been matched. Just one day later, on the morning of Christmas Eve, he woke up from surgery with a healthy and functioning kidney.
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Canyon celebrates his twelfth birthday next weekend and although the road to recovery will be a long process, he and his family are forever grateful for his second chance at life. #DonateLife #OrganDonation #KidneyTransplant
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Headquarters
801 Seventh Ave.
Fort Worth TX, United States 76104
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
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