Driscoll Children’s Hospital Cardiologist John Brownlee, MD, is offering the world hope.
Dr. Brownlee, a self-professed artistic "dabbler," designed a T-shirt featuring the word "hope" in 27 different languages.
The T-shirt echoes the one he designed last year featuring the word "love" in 20 different languages. Both T-shirts reflect the diversity of the healthcare providers at Driscoll Children’s Hospital.
"It’s a wonderful example of the caring nature of the Driscoll physicians from all over the world," said Dr. Brownlee.
For Driscoll visitors and supporters, "hope" T-shirts are available online only at https://www.driscollchildrens.org/carousel-gift-shop-item/dr-brownlees-hope-shirt.
Short-sleeve adult T-shirts cost $18 in most sizes (check site for size availability), and long-sleeve adult T-shirts cost $26 in most sizes (check site for size availability).
To order online either the "hope" or the "love" T-shirt, go to https://www.driscollchildrens.org/carousel-gift-shop-category/other.
About Driscoll Children’s Hospital …
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Driscoll Children’s Hospital is a 189-bed pediatric tertiary care center with more than 30 medical and surgical specialties offering care throughout South Texas, including Corpus Christi, the Rio Grande Valley, Victoria, and Laredo. Through the vision and generosity of its founder, Clara Driscoll, Driscoll Children’s Hospital opened in 1953, becoming the first, and remains the only, free-standing children’s hospital in South Texas. In 2019, Driscoll had almost 142,000 patient visits, including more than 46,000 patients seen at South Texas’ first emergency room created exclusively for children.