Pediatric stem cell transplant program in Dallas

Medical City Children's Hospital stem cell transplantation and research program is a leader in transplant research. With vast experience in stem cell transplants, our program is the only one in North Texas to be accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy in both adult and pediatric stem cell transplants.

As a member of the Sarah Cannon Blood Cancer Network, we also have access to a number of quality training and research resources.

For more information about our stem cell and bone marrow transplant services, please call (972) 566-7790.

Some children diagnosed with leukemia, other types of cancer and blood disorders may benefit from stem cell therapy.

Our advanced transplant services and stem cell facilities include an inpatient unit with continuous cardiac monitoring and high-efficiency particulate air filters to prevent airborne infections, as well as a water purifying system to prevent legionella infections.

For extra safety, we use a monitored positive airflow pressure system to push bacteria and other microorganisms out and keep clean air in the treatment rooms.

Where to find us

The transplant institute is located in Building C of Medical City Children's Hospital. We are on the seventh floor in suite C-750.

Blood and marrow transplant at Medical City Healthcare

A blood and marrow transplant is a procedure where healthy stem cells are taken from one area of the body, or from another individual called a donor, and placed into the blood stream to promote cell growth in bone marrow.

Learn about Blood and marrow transplant