Medical City Dallas Hospital
No one was sure how long Griffin Moore would survive. Born premature, weighing just three pounds, he had a life-threatening heart defect.
A stroke survivor walked back in for a checkup just three and a half weeks after a new medical procedure saved her life.
Moments matter when anyone suffers a heart attack. But it’s not just about how fast the ambulance can get a heart attack victim to the hospital. It’s also about how fast the hospital can treat the patient.
What’s been a total blast for kids with cancer at Camp Discovery in Kerrville is now just as much fun closer to home.
Dallas doctors help remove a 50-pound tumor from a 70-year-old woman.
A newly-formed team of neonatal and maternal care nurses is ready to take flight and their mission is to bring some of the sickest unborn babies to Medical City Dallas.
What started as a trip to Starbucks ended in the attempted murder of a woman and the suicide of her husband.
K2 and other synthetic marijuana is illegal in Texas and more than a dozen other states, and yet emergency rooms are seeing an increase in related cases.
Phyllis Barnes says she didn’t know if her age would keep her from getting a new heart. But after being on the heart transplant waiting list for 19 months, she received the phone call she had been waiting for.
Neither Dallas or Fort Worth will get bragging rights to having the first baby born in the Metroplex for 2012 after hospitals in both cities delivered babies at the exact same time Sunday morning.
For only a few precious moments following birth, there is a once in a lifetime chance to save something that is typically thrown away.
Monday, things got a little brighter for dozens of young patients in care centers in both Dallas and Fort Worth. The sick kids, and their parents got visits from the Dallas Cowboys players and cheerleaders.