Culture of Care
At Cook Children's we believe our staff should be reflective of our community. This expands our ability to serve our patients, families and communities. It also enriches our culture and expands our knowledge of the health issues children face and widens our ability to continually improve the care we deliver.
- Commitment to hiring the very best talent in pediatric care
- We're a proud partner of diversitynursing.com
- Dedicated diversity and inclusion courses for staff for nearly two decades
- Family Advisory Councils made up of Cook Children's staff and parents whose children are or have been patients and offer feedback and guidance so that we may continually improve the services and support families need.
Prejudice and racism can have long-term impacts on a child's mental and physical well-being. Finding the right words to say when talking to kids about these issues can sometimes feel overwhelming. To help, we've gathered some information to help families, and even communities, begin those conversations.