Why Texas General Hospital is the #1 child’s hospital in the country

Texas General has become the most visited pediatric hospital in America, according to new data from the Hospital Corporation of America, and the results are not what you’d expect.

The data shows that Texas General had more than 100 million visits from children between the ages of one and three years old between October 2015 and March 2017.

That’s up more than 40 percent from the year before, when the hospital had almost 40 million visits.

It also has a higher number of visits per 100,000 people than the state of California (8.4).

Here’s how Texas General compares to the top 10 states.

The top 10 pediatric hospitals in the US, by number of children admitted, in October 2015.

Source: Texas General.

The most visited Texas General Children’s Hospital is located in Austin, Texas.

The number of kids admitted there was a record high, with 7,846, a 1.5 percent increase over the year prior.

But Texas General is not the only hospital to have grown this year.

The overall number of people who have visited Texas general grew by nearly 15 percent.

The hospital’s annual visits are still down a bit, but the number of patients admitted per 100 people has increased, from 6.2 to 6.7.

That translates to an increase in the number in a year from 6,500 to 6,900.

The Texas General children’s ward in Dallas also grew by 1,000 patients per 100 patients.

The Dallas hospital is home to the Texas Children’s Medical Center, which has become known as a pediatric hospital of the nation.

It had more patients per capita than any other hospital in Texas, with an average of 12.7 per 100 residents.

The average age of patients at Texas General was three, but its wards also had a median age of about two.

The pediatric ward also had the second-highest proportion of children in the entire state.

Children with congenital heart defects were more likely to be admitted to Texas General than those without.

That makes the Texas General pediatric wards the most-populated in the United States.

Texas General’s pediatric wards are the only children’s hospitals in Texas to have an average age above the national average.

In fact, they have the highest average age in the state.

That means the children in Texas general have the most health care available to them.

And, in fact, the average age is much lower than the national rate of five.

Texas has also seen a marked rise in its overall pediatric population.

The state is now home to a total of 2,622, or more than four children per 100 population, an increase of more than 2,000.

The increase was due to an uptick in babies born in the hospital.

The national average is 3.1, according the National Center for Health Statistics.

Texas had more children born to babies born at Texas hospitals than the nation as a whole.

But, Texas is home only to a few states with a higher rate of births to babies at a Texas hospital: Maryland, which had 2,094 births per 100 births, followed by New York, which was at 2,049, and California, which also had 2.7 births per capita.

Texas’s overall rate of hospital births is also higher than the U.S. average.

The U.N. reports that only three countries have a higher average number of hospital babies per capita (Denmark, Canada and the U-Korea).

In fact the U.-Korea rate is a little lower than that of the U to S region, which includes the Uighurs, the Turkic-speaking minority in China.

The largest proportion of the children admitted to the hospital at Texas was in the Dallas ward, with more than half of all children admitted there.

There were 3,913 children admitted at Texas Children and Family Services in 2016.

The majority of children were in the emergency room, with 6,726 children admitted for emergency department admissions.

A record number of babies were born in this ward, which accounted for more than a quarter of all births in the pediatric ward.

The children were admitted to a children’s intensive care unit, where a majority of them were born, as were many of the adults in the ward.

Here are the most common diagnoses in the children’s wards: Down syndrome – Down syndrome is a developmental disorder in which a person’s neural system is abnormally developed and does not develop normally.

It occurs in between 1 and 3 percent of people.

In most cases, the child has an incomplete neural development that does not meet the needs of the person.

The disorder can be difficult to diagnose in the early stages of development.

Some of the symptoms of the disorder include hearing difficulties, language delays, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities and developmental delays.

Some individuals with Down syndrome have been born without any organs, such as lungs, heart or brain.

Others have congenital abnormalities, such the absence of any limbs or toes.

Some children