Parking & Transportation
Free parking is available on the Texas Health Willow Park campus for all patients and visitors.
For safety reasons, latex balloons or other latex products are not allowed (mylar balloons are allowed).
Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
There are several physician offices on the Texas Health Willow Park campus, offering primary care and specialty services.
About Texas Health Willow Park
Willow Park, Weatherford, Aledo, Hudson Oaks and Annetta communities can find quality care close to home at Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park. A part of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, Texas Health Willow Park offers convenient and compassionate outpatient and emergency care to our growing communities.
Serving You 24/7
Texas Health Willow Park provides quick, convenient care for a multitude of medical conditions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The emergency department is staffed by the same physicians group that delivers emergency care at Texas Health’s Fort Worth hospitals, and can be your first stop in an emergency. When you or a loved one requires surgery or admission, they will be transferred seamlessly to the appropriate hospital by air or ground ambulance.
More Than an Emergency Department
Texas Health Willow Park features outpatient services including a lab, physical, sports and hand therapy; cardiac rehabilitation and imaging including MRI, X-ray, ultrasound, CT, digital, screening and 3D mammography; and bone densitometry.
In addition, the three-story medical office building is home to a variety of physician and specialist offices. Texas Health Behavioral Health is located on the third floor to provide individuals and families support for a variety of issues including mental health, substance abuse issues and more.
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Blake Windham, Administrator
Blake Windham is the administrator for Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Burleson and Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park, both a subsidiary of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth.
He began his tenure with Texas Health Resources in Burleson, acting in a Community Relations and Physician Outreach capacity where he worked to expand the footprint and presence of the facility. He has served on the board of directors of Harvest House and Be Healthy Burleson, in addition to maintaining a broad presence throughout the community.
Windham is a native Texan — born on the campus of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from University of North Texas, a Master of Arts in Political Science from Texas A&M University, and most recently a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of North Texas. He and his wife, Rebecca, reside in Aledo with their young son, Bradley. When he’s not on campus, he can be found with his family or supporting UNT Mean Green and Aggie football.
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Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park offers an array of women’s diagnostic services, making it more convenient for you to get the care you need close to home, in a warm and supportive environment.
3D screening mammograms are the preferred type of exam at Texas Health Breast Centers. With a 3D mammogram, the machine takes images of the breast from multiple angles. A computer then creates a 3D image of the breast that the radiologist can examine like pages in a book. Additional benefits include:
- Improves radiologists' ability to screen for and detect potential breast cancers.
- Helps radiologists pinpoint size, shape and location of abnormalities.
- Aids in distinguishing harmless abnormalities from real tumors, leading to fewer callbacks and less anxiety for women.
3D mammograms can also find microcalcifications (tiny deposits of calcium) that sometimes indicate the presence of breast cancer.
Typically, diagnostic mammograms are recommended for women who:
- Have experienced issues, such as lumps, nipple discharge or other changes.
- Experience persistent pain in their breasts, not related to menstrual cycle.
- Were diagnosed with breast cancer within the last five years.
- Experience a problem while pregnant or breastfeeding.
A diagnostic mammogram may take longer than a screening mammogram. The technologist may magnify a suspicious area to produce a detailed picture that can help the radiologist make an accurate diagnosis. Before you leave the center, the radiologist will review the images and discuss the findings with you.
If you meet the recommendations for a mammogram, your physician can write an order for a screening mammogram. Call 817-757-1500 to make an appointment or complete and submit your request online.
Bone Density Testing
Bone health is an important part of a person’s overall health, and women especially are at risk. The National Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that of the 10 million Americans with osteoporosis, approximately 80% are women. Asian, Hispanic and Native American women are at even greater risk for the disease.
Bone mineral density tests:
- Diagnose bone loss and osteoporosis
- See how well osteoporosis medicine is working
- Predict your risk of future bone fractures.
To help you keep an eye on your bone health, Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Burleson offers DEXA scans, a screening tool used to identify any decreases in bone density. This test uses low-dose X-rays, and is simple, quick (usually 15 minutes) and can be taken fully clothed. During these tests, a scanner will either be passed over your lower spine and hip, or over your wrist, fingers, leg or heel. The scan itself is painless.
Schedule a Bone Density Screening
Your primary care provider or specialist can order a bone density screening for you. Once your physician has recommended bone density testing and you are ready for your screening, please make an appointment at Texas Health Willow Park by calling 817-757-1500.
Cardiac rehabilitation is a progressive program with a goal of helping you restore and maintain optimal health. The program also focuses on helping you reduce the risk of future heart problems through exercise, education, nutritional guidance and lifestyle modification.
Who Benefits from Cardiac Rehabilitation?
Cardiac rehabilitation may help people who have had:
- Heart attack
- Atherosclerotic heart disease
- Angina pectoris
- Abnormal stress test
- Valvular heart disease
- Pacemaker or AICD
- Heart failure
- Angioplasty or atherectomy
- Coronary artery bypass surgery
- Heart transplant
Introduction to the Program
Our cardiac rehabilitation program includes education and continuous EKG-monitored exercise therapy, conducted by an exercise therapist and a cardiac rehabilitation nurse while under the care of a medical staff physician. The team also includes fitness specialists and registered dietitians.
After discharge from the outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program, you may choose to continue a maintenance program or gain a membership at the Texas Health Fitness Center Willow Park. An individualized maintenance program can be designed and discussed while you complete cardiac rehab.
Ready to Get Started?
Medicare and many other insurance companies may cover a large portion, if not all, of the costs of cardiac rehabilitation for most heart problems. Insurance benefits will be verified before you start the program. A physician referral is required to begin the program.
If you or a loved one suffers from poor heart health and has been advised by a doctor to undergo rehabilitative treatment, please contact us at 817-757-1500.
As a department of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, our emergency department can provide care for an array of illnesses and injuries. The emergency department is staffed by the same physician group that delivers emergency care at other Texas Health ERs. If your emergency requires immediate medical intervention and stabilization, let Texas Health Willow Park be your first stop.
Texas Health Willow Park offers the resources of one of the largest health care systems in North Texas, the Texas Health Resources network of hospitals. If your emergency should require admission or surgery, you or your loved one will be transferred to the appropriate hospital by air or ground ambulance.
About Texas Health Willow Park
More than an emergency department, Texas Health Willow Park features imaging services, an on-site lab for testing, physician offices, cardiac rehabilitation, therapy and even a community fitness center. We’re an entire facility dedicated to providing quality health care to Willow Park, Weatherford, Aledo, Annetta, Hudson Oaks and surrounding communities.
Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park offers imaging services including:
- Magnetic resonance imaging (mri)
- Computed tomography (ct)
- Diagnostic mammography
- Bone density screening.
We strive to make your visit as seamless and convenient as possible by offering timely access to imaging and reports for your physician, and we will file your insurance claim.
To schedule an appointment, call 817-757-1539.
Compassionate Care for Young Patients
Texas Health Willow Park is equipped to perform pediatric imaging services in all modalities. Our goal is to make your child’s experience a positive one by creating a comfortable and unintimidating environment for them. We invite parents to accompany their child in the imaging room while the study is performed.
We offer comprehensive outpatient therapy services right here in Parker County.
How to Schedule an Appointment
After your primary care provider or specialist has filed the proper paperwork to order physical therapy, please call 817-757-1585 to make an appointment.
Physical and Sports Therapy
Whether your goal is to perform on a competitive level or simply enjoy a walk down the block, Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park is ready to help you get back to your best physical form. We offer comprehensive outpatient physical and sports rehabilitation right here in Willow Park.
Our team of therapists specializes in a wide-range of services including:
- Sports specific rehabilitation
- Therapeutic exercise
- Manual therapy
- Balance training
- Biomechanical assessment
- Ligament reconstruction rehabilitation
- Arthroscopic surgery rehabilitation
- Home exercise program development.
Get Back in the Game
Whether you're a golfer in your 60s, a gardener in your 80s, a teenage member of your high school football team, or a 30-something jogger, you're an athlete. Texas Health Willow Park can provide post-injury care and rehabilitation to help get you moving again and performing at your optimal level, on and off the playing field.
Sports therapists at Texas Health Willow Park are trained physical therapists skilled in caring for athletes and sports-related injuries and will oversee your rehabilitation from start to finish. Common injuries helped by therapy include:
- Back pain from playing golf or weight training
- Shoulder or elbow pain from baseball or tennis
- Shin splints, ankle, foot or knee pain from running
- Knee or ankle injuries from a range of sports and activities.
Certified Hand Therapists (CHTs) at Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park are specially trained and experienced in the treatment of hand and upper extremity disorders. Our CHTs care for everything from bone, tendon and nerve injuries to arthritis and hand tumors, as well as joint replacements.
Our spacious facility features technology and equipment for patient evaluation and treatment, coupled with therapists who oversee your rehabilitation from start to finish. We’ve got the right people ready to put together a plan that’s right for you, right here in Willow Park.
To make an appointment, call 817-757-1585.
Certified hand therapists can provide care for:
- Cumulative trauma disorders
- Upper extremity fractures
- Tendon injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Arthritis and joint replacement
- Dupuytren's disease and release
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
- Crush injuries
Available hand therapy services include:
- Custom splint fabrication
- Therapeutic exercise
- Functional training and exercise
- Manual therapy
- Scar management
- Job/work simulation
- Home program development
- Desensitization and sensory re-education.
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