Medical City Children's Hospital is engaged in the community, both within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and across Texas. Physicians and employees participate in educational programs at local schools and events. Additionally, the Public Relations and Community Outreach Department works to provide the latest health information to the public through free seminars and screenings, physician visits to community groups, and news stories. Please contact the appropriate person below with your question. If you have a general question, please call 972-566-7000. Due to the large volume of calls and emails received, inquiries unrelated to the subject matters below may be substantially delayed.
Pam directs all public relations, media relations, social media, marketing and video production at Medical City Dallas, Medical City Children’s Hospital and Medical City ER Park Cities. Additionally, she manages community service events and partners with numerous non-profit organizations as part of Medical City’s commitment to giving back to communities. Journalists may contact Pam with story inquiries. Members of the media on deadline are encouraged to email, call her cell phone and text.
Emily manages public relations, media relations, video production and community outreach efforts for Medical City Dallas and Medical City Children’s Hospital. She partners with various community and non-profit organizations at public events, health fairs, schools, businesses and other locations.
Community and Public Relations Coordinator
Marisa coordinates public relations, media relations, social media, video production and community outreach efforts for Medical City Dallas and Medical City Children’s Hospital.
News Articles List
William (Bill) Lee has been named Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Medical City Children’s Hospital effective May 1.
Angie Buckmeier, Chief Nursing Officer at Medical City Children's Hospital, receives the 2017 Top Female Executive Award from Addison Magazine...
DFW’s “The Great 100 Nurses” 2017 Honoree Nurses Include Two from Medical City Children’s Hospital and Four from Medical City Dallas
Father loses 70 pounds after joining daughter in school’s 21-Day Challenge
Happy National Peanut Butter Day! For kids with peanut allergies, there's hope that they can some day be able to enjoy this American staple thanks...
Pollen count levels have been high in North Texas. and it's getting worse for allergy sufferers! But why? Our pediatric allergist explains.
A six-year-old girl ordered dollhouse through Amazon's voice-activated digital assistant, Alexa, and family donate it to patients at Medical ...
New National Institutes of Health guidelines about babies and peanut allergies may contradict everything parents have previously heard.
Dallas Cowboys players and cheerleaders spend time with Medical City Children's Hospital patients during their annual holiday visit with local...
Retired NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn & others visit kids at Medical City Children's Hospital to share autographed Dallas Cowboys memorabilia...