About Texas Health Resources
The history of Texas Health Resources is rooted in the healing ministries of the Presbyterian Church and the United Methodist Church. Our faith-based heritage and traditions are at the heart of everything we do.
We care for our patients’ mind, body and spirit with confidence in the contributions of medicine, science and the healing power of faith. We serve a diverse population, and respect and welcome all faiths that are represented by our patients, physicians, employees and volunteers.
Texas Health was formed in 1997 after combining the operations of three highly respected organizations into one health care system: Harris Methodist Health System in Fort Worth, Presbyterian Healthcare Resources in Dallas and Arlington Memorial Hospital. We then re-structured our governance system, streamlined the organization, and consolidated core business and support services into one organization.
- 25 acute-care, transitional, rehabilitation and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with Texas Health
- 250+ community access points to services
- 3,800+ licensed hospital beds
- 5,500+ physicians with active staff privileges*
- 21,861 employees
- $3.7 billion in total operating revenue
- $5.3 billion in total assets
- AA- (S&P) and Aa3 (Moody’s) bond rating
- $784 million in charity care and community benefit
- Acute and inpatient care
- Outpatient diagnosis and treatment
- Emergency services
- Recovery and rehabilitative care
- Community-based care
- Prevention and wellness education
- Behavioral health
*Physicians on the medical staff practice independently and are not employees or agents of the hospital or Texas Health Resources.