New Parkland Hospital Hopes To Give Patients A Comforting ExperienceThe new Parkland will add 862 beds with private rooms for each patient in what is the largest hospital construction project in America.
Children's Summer Camps Encourage Healthy LifetyleThe ‘CHAMPS’ stands for choosing healthy activities, meals and positive self -esteem. Beginning Monday, five free, week long camps are scheduled at various locations throughout the city.
Surgeon Who Tried To Save JFK Reflects On Assassination AnniversaryMemories are flooding back from 50 years ago when President JFK was gunned down in Dallas, especially for the last surviving surgeon who tried to save his life.
Texas Hospital Construction Takes Divergent PathsThe view from two helipads atop the new 17-story Parkland Memorial Hospital provides a dizzying panorama of Dallas' burgeoning medical district. The new Parkland is being called "the largest hospital construction project in America."
Man Nearly Electrocuted Trying To Steal Utility Pole CopperA suspected copper thief is hospitalized at Parkland Hospital after being electrocuted in Denton County. Officials say 24-year-old James Johnson was committing the crime on Sunday, near Aubery, when he was seriously burned.
Flu Patients Overdosing On Over-The-Counter MedsAccidental overdoses spike dramatically during the flu season, according to Dr. Kapil Sharma with the North Texas Poison Center.
Lancaster House Fire Kills One, Injures TwoA man is dead and a house destroyed following an overnight house fire in Lancaster.
Parkland CEO Defends Not Releasing Taxpayer-Funded Performance ReportParkland Hospital’s CEO Thursday defended the hospital board’s decision not to release a taxpayer-funded performance report from the New York health firm Alvarez & Marsal. “We don't have anything to hide,” Dr. Thomas Royer told CBS 11 Thursday.
Parkland Hospital Agrees To Safety Reform MeasuresA last minute agreement may be saving the life of the Parkland Health and Hospital System.
Oncor Promises New Policy To Help Hospitals Avoid BlackoutsFacing mandatory rolling blackouts, hospitals in North Texas fear a repeat of last February when many critical care facilities lost power. Oncor, however, is promising a new policy that will help ease hospital concerns.
Blackouts Anger Dallas HospitalsThey are the critical care safety nets for North Texas. So why was the power cut to these vital hospitals?
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