Mary E. Paul, M.D. is the chief of service for the Texas Children's Hospital Retrovirology Clinic. Texas Children's Retrovirology Clinic provides comprehensive primary and specialty medical care and social services to infants, children and adolescents living with or exposed to HIV infection. Other services provided are Travel Medicine Clinic and International Adoption Consultations.
Texas Children’s Travel Medicine Clinic provides vaccines required to enter foreign countries and those recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. Certain recommended vaccines may help families reduce the risk of acquiring illnesses during international travel, including travel for international adoption. Our physicians offer family-centered care, providing advice and treatment for the whole family. Learn more about Travel Medicine for children and adults traveling internationally.
Texas Children's Health Center for International Adoption is one of only a few clinics in the US specializing in pre-adoption assessment, well-child care and medical treatment for internationally adopted children. Many of these adoptees face health challenges such as infectious diseases, malnourishment and developmental delays that are not part of a pediatrician’s usual practice. Pediatricians who have years of experience providing medical treatment for children around the world staff Texas Children’s Health Center for International Adoption. Learn more about Texas Children's Health Center for International Adoption.