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In 1913, a group of nurses, led by May Forster Smith, organized the Dallas Baby Camp, an open-air clinic on the lawn of the old Parkland Hospital. The nurses recognized that children received better care when it was focused only on them. Nurse Smith wasn’t satisfied with just a camp; she wrote her vision on a chalkboard: “Someday, the Dallas Baby Camp will be a great hospital. Watch us grow!” A skeptical doctor kept erasing her prediction, but she kept rewriting it. Read More