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Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center

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Appointment and visitation policy:

Time sensitive, emergent and urgent cases will still take place. Parents and guardians will be contacted if their child’s appointment/procedure needs to be rescheduled.

A maximum of one primary caregiver will be allowed per patient, per visit inside Cook Children’s pediatric specialties. Please designate the primary caregiver who will go into the room with your child upon arrival.

  • NO WALK INS. Please call for an appointment and we will help you.

Masks:

Parents and families, as we continue to follow the recommendations from the CDC, if you have an appointment at our Dodson clinic, our urgent care centers, or any of our other clinics or primary care offices, please bring and wear your own cloth face covering from home. Learn how to make your own cloth face covering or mask here. Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.

Cook Children’s is dedicated to your child's well-being:

To ease any concerns you might have, we're taking great precautions to create the safest environment possible for patients, families and staff. Read about the safeguards Cook Children’s has in place.

Nerves of steel. Hearts of gold. When a medical condition interrupts your child's life, it can be scary, especially when it's related to the brain and nervous system. If your child is diagnosed with a neurological disorder or disease, it may ease your mind to know that our neurosciences department is one of the largest and most respected in the southwest.

The Arcuate

New programs, innovations, stories, and our continued efforts to provide the best neurosciences care to the patients of Cook Children's, the state of Texas, and beyond. Visit The Arcuate at arcuate.org for exciting innovations in pediatric neuroscience.