Cook Children’s Hospital opened its latest campus this week, which will provide care for children who suffer from neurological disorders.

The hospital system announced on October 19 that it had officially opened the Jane and John Justin Institute for Mind Health in Fort Worth. Officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Justin Institute in the Dodson Specialty Clinics building.

The Justin Institute will have professionals in nine neuroscience specialties focusing on behavioral health, developmental pediatrics, and neuroscience, all in a single facility. These disciplines include neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation,  pain management, neurology, neuropsychology, psychology, psychiatry, developmental pediatrics, and developmental psychology, according to a press release.

The newly constructed facility boasts a vibrant interior adorned with art and mosaics. A unique aspect of the artwork is that it was all created by individuals associated with the field of neuroscience, including patients, doctors, and researchers.

Hospital officials and families gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new facility. Five-year-old Rylee Rohrbough, who lives with multiple neurological disorders affecting her sight, mobility, and overall development, attended the ceremony.

Rylee’s mom expressed confidence in the doctors’ ability to help Rylee reach her full potential, adding that they have “full faith” in her Cook Children’s team.

“It’s humbling to be here, it’s exciting,” said Phillip Rohrbough, another parent of a patient, speaking with Fox 4 KDFW.

“This connection, collaboration, and convenience will truly make a difference for our medically complex patients and families that we are so privileged to serve,” said Rick Merrill, the president and CEO of the Cook Children’s Health Care system, according to Fox.

The new facility’s hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.