The top health official in Texas says most hospitals can’t handle Ebola patients and infected people should instead be treated at specialized care centers.
Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Dallas today to announce a new plan to bring together key medical resources in the battle against the deadly ebola virus.
Nurses and staff from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital marched out of their hospital building dressed in scrubs Monday afternoon to appear in a united front before the media.
Despite repeated attempts from health officials and local leaders to calm concerns over Ebola in Dallas the paranoia continues, and now it’s taking a toll on local businesses.
The fiancee of Thomas Duncan says the hospital who treated him for Ebola has apologized for his death.
Two large Cleveland hospital systems say some of their nurses and other employees were on a flight from Dallas with a Texas nurse days before she was diagnosed with Ebola.
Denton County has recorded its first case of enterovirus D68 according to the Denton County Health Department.
It’s all hands on deck in maternity wings at hospitals across North Texas. The number of July births is up, and only expected to grow over the next month.
Inside the JPS Hospital Emergency Room in Fort Worth they are screening every patient that walks through the door for Ebola.
A review ordered by President Barack Obama portrays the Department of Veterans Affairs as a struggling agency battling a corrosive culture of distrust, lacking in resources and ill-prepared to deal with an influx of new and older veterans.
A unique North Texas summer camp is giving hope and helping kids fight cancer at the same time. Camp iHope was started at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. The idea is to help sick kids temporarily forget their difficult reality.
It didn’t quite go as planned. Not only this weekend, but this time 1 year ago as well.