Medical City Dallas
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.
As we hurry about our busy lives unusual occurrences can be overlooked. For instance, have you ever had your brain just pause?
The flu has claimed two more lives in Denton County, including that of a young girl who did not receive a flu shot.
A North Texas hospital is performing groundbreaking breast cancer research. Doctors are using cutting edge medical technology to customize treatment.
In many ways, Justin Nicholas of Frisco is a typical teen. He loves basketball, hanging with friends, the occasional video game, and of course girls. Cancer, especially of the testes, was not a part of the teenager’s plan.
Doctors say Sammy Doolan’s survival after a near drowning is nothing short of “miraculous.”
A kidney transplant may sound like the perfect solution for a North Texas child battling a rare kidney disease. But until recently, it has not been an option for 5-year-old Aiden Cross.
A North Texas baby is back at home just days after open-heart surgery. Aaron Torres has hypoplastic left heart syndrome. The left portion of his heart is not developed.
What’s been a total blast for kids with cancer at Camp Discovery in Kerrville is now just as much fun closer to home.
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.
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.
A new type of medical procedure being performed in North Texas is giving all types of patients with heart problems a second chance at life.