Designed by physicians, heart patients, families and hospital representatives, the 100-bed Heart Center at Texas Health Fort Worth reflects our ongoing commitment to provide advanced heart and vascular care to Fort Worth and surrounding communities.
Through screening programs to aid in early detection, advanced diagnostics and treatment techniques, and a compassionate multidisciplinary approach to caring for our patients, we make it a priority to help heal broken hearts.
Heart and Vascular Resource Library and Education Center
The hospital's reference library includes online offerings and an onsite librarian to assist patients and families seeking the latest cardiology and heart information.
Formed in 2002 and led by Marc Stephens, a stroke survivor, Stroke Folks helps survivors and their loved ones understand the physical and emotional changes accompanying a stroke and promote the healing process. Monthly newsletters are sent to participants providing information about the program and topics to be covered in the upcoming meetings. Stroke Folks meets at 4 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month in the Sid Richardson Tower, third floor, dining room. For more information, please call 817-250-4991 or 817-250-3727.