North Texas Hospital Does 4 Uterus Transplants From Live DonorsNorth Texas doctors have done the first womb transplants using live donors in the United States. Four women born without a uterus received one in operations at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
World Class Athlete Shocked To Get Heart Failure DiagnosisWhen Bill Ruth started having trouble running up hill he went to the doctor and got news he couldn't fathom.
Police: Victim Stable After Accidental Shooting In Omni HotelAs of 8:30 a.m. Saturday, the victim was stable at Baylor University Medical Center.
Seahawks' Lockette To Undergo Neck Surgery After Big HitSeahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette will undergo surgery to stabilize ligaments in his neck Monday, a day after being taken off the field on a backboard during Seattle's game at Dallas.
Fan: Cowboys' "Heart-Stopping Finish" Saved My LifeDoctors at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas quickly discovered Anthony Brown had an irregular heart beat and installed a pacemaker.
Patients Moved After Fire At Baylor Medical Center DallasSeveral patients at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas had to be moved Friday, after a small fire.
Meet The Parents Of Quintuplets Born In Dallas HospitalA beaming mother and an emotional father, Michelle and Steven Seals spoke for the first time about their quintuplets born Tuesday at Baylor University Medical Center.
Dallas Health Industry Offers Solid Career Path For Qualified NurseOnce Olha Pijic became immersed in a stand out health care program, she was able to forge her career path.
Good Samaritan Breaks Up Fight, Is Stabbed To DeathPolice have arrested one man and are searching for two more in the investigation into the stabbing death of Terrell Evan Cowherd, 26, in Dallas
Dead Fetus Found In Hospital Public BathroomPolice were called to Baylor University Medical Center's emergency room, after a dead fetus was found in one of the public restrooms.
Local Nurse Offers Advice For Navigating Dallas's Unique Health Care IndustryBaylor University Medical Center Manager Kathy Chaney believes there are many unique health employment opportunities in Dallas.
Clinical Supervisor Advocates Education To Better Careers In DallasKelly Crayton believes her educational experiences have been pivotal to her career advancement.