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Fulfilling our Mission requires us to move beyond our facility walls and into the community to meet our consumers where they work, live, pray and play.
Texas Health’s faith-based heritage and traditions are at the heart of everything we do. Recognizing that integrating faith and medicine is an essential component of the treatment and healing process, we:
- Collaborate with faith communities to promote health and well-being.
- Offer pastoral care through board-certified chaplains and educate clergy and lay leaders through our accredited clinical pastoral education program.
- Provide education accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education to teach pastors how to offer competent and compassionate spiritual care to hospitalized people and their loved ones.
- Have on-site chapels and meditation gardens that provide a quiet place for employees, patients and visitors to pray, worship, meditate and breathe.
As one of the largest employers in North Texas, Texas Health generates significant economic growth in the region through jobs, construction and more. A 2022 Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council study shows that healthcare made a $38.4 billion economic impact on the region.
- 1.9+ Patients served (millions )*
- 6,400 Physicians on the medical staff
- 400+ Community access points of care
- 26,844 Employees**
- 29 Hospital locations***
*Includes discharges and outpatient visits
**Includes PRN (as needed) employees
***Includes joint ventures
- 4,390 Licensed hospital beds
- $11.68 Total assets (billions)
- $5.67 Operating revenue (billions)
- 20 Urgent care clinics
Texas Health offers compassionate, comprehensive care for many stages of life. We combine clinical expertise, advanced technology, individualized care and compassion to deliver services to our consumers – from labor and delivery to primary care to sports medicine, surgical procedures and intensive care. We also offer classes and events, support groups, health risk assessments and more.
With hundreds of new residents moving to the region each week, Texas Health is expanding and building new facilities to provide quality, convenient healthcare when and where our neighbors need it.
- Built the Jane and John Justin Tower at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, the largest construction project in the history of our system.
- Expanded access to women’s health by opening the four-story Center for Women at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton.
- Opened six additional Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care clinics offering on-site prescriptions, extended hours and all-inclusive pricing.
- Continued expanding and renovating The Margot Perot Center for Women and Infants at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas campus; Texas Health Frisco, which serves one of the fastest-growing areas in Dallas/Fort Worth; Texas Health Rockwall and Texas Health Huguley.
At Texas Health, we believe that strong relationships and collaboration allow us to make a greater impact on the communities we serve. Texas Health is affiliated with numerous organizations, including hospitals, surgery centers, imaging centers, rehabilitation hospitals, home health and more.
Texas Health and UT Southwestern jointly created Southwestern Health Resources (SWHR), a patient-centered, clinically integrated network of academic and community clinicians, researchers, hospitals and ambulatory facilities. With more than 6,000 physicians and advanced practice providers, SWHR connects physicians to patients, turns insights into outcomes and identifies barriers to better population health management.
By combining our expertise, we bring the best of two vibrant health systems: the breadth and strength of Texas Health, which cares for the most patients across North Texas, and UT Southwestern’s exceptional range of complex and specialty care.
- Was included in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-2023 Best Hospitals ranking, which named three hospitals among the best in Dallas/Fort Worth.
- Received national awards from the American Heart Association and American Medical Association in recognition of SWHR’s commitment to following the latest evidence- and science-based care guidelines for at-risk patients.
- Began participating in the Global and Professional Direct Contracting Model, an innovative, new model designed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to achieve high-quality, affordable, patient-centered care.
The Texas Health Resources Foundation (Foundation) engages generous donors to inspire philanthropic gifts to improve community health. Funds raised help to support clinical, educational and community health programs that address the region’s most critical needs. The Foundation builds key strategic relationships through additional community campaigns, programs, events, endowments, individual giving and nonprofit organizations.
The Foundation’s primary fundraising initiatives in 2022 supported:
- The expansion of Texas Heath hospitals, including renovation of the Margot Perot Center for Women and Infants at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and the Texas Health Presbyterian NICU Family Center.
- Putting stroke clinical experience and infrastructure in place to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Heart Association’s Heart-Check mark for Advanced Primary Stroke Center Certification at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen. This will enable the hospital to effectively care for patients who have suffered strokes, the sixth leading cause of death in Texas.
- The Jane and John Justin Tower opening at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Dallas. Nearly 300 donors supported this massive undertaking, featuring 144 beds, 15 surgery suites, and new pre-and post-operative suites services. The largest construction project in Texas Health history, the facility allows Texas Health Fort Worth to provide more specialized services, including trauma, neuroscience, and heart and vascular.
- Texas Health’s Wellness for Life® Program, which provides no-cost mobile health screenings to people who face barriers to care, such as transportation, financial hardship and cultural isolation.
- The expansion of the THRIVE Program (Together Harnessing Resources to Give Individuals Voice and Empowerment) to additional school campuses. THRIVE is a school-based initiative designed to combat food insecurity and promote emotional well-being and long-term academic success for low-income, underserved students.
The Foundation received nearly $13 million in total gifts, including:
- $5.8 million to improve community health, including the THRIVE program, mobile health and other Community Impact programs that provide services to under-resourced neighborhoods.
- $2.2 million for capital projects that provide our growing communities with advanced services and medical innovation.
- $1.4 million to support the Health to Home medical respite program.
- $1 million through the Texas Health 365 Fund, which finances various hospital and community health education and improvement programs.
- More than $897,000 on North Texas Giving Day. Texas Health ranked second out of participating nonprofits in most funds raised.
Donations to the Texas Health Resources Foundation make a lasting impression on people facing life-altering circumstances. Funds help bring critical clinical experience, infrastructure, programs and services that improve the lives of North Texans. Examples of impacts include: