Coronavirus In Texas: Less People Going To ER For Fear Of COVID-19 ExposureWhen they do go in, for everything from chest pain to general sickness, emergency physicians said they are seeing some patients at a more advanced stage of illness.
Coronavirus in Texas: Off-Site Outpatient Dialysis Facilities To Treat People With COVID-19Patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 that are also on dialysis can now receive treatment at a location separate from other dialysis patients to reduce the chance of spreading the virus.
Coronavirus: Current Supply Of Ventilators At Dallas Hospitals Meeting DemandThe current supply of ventilators at eight Dallas hospitals is meeting the demand of patients admitted with the coronavirus.
Parkland Hospital Offers Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing By Physician's OrderCurrent Parkland Health & Hospital System patients can now get tested for COVID-19 without even leaving their cars.
North Texas Children's Hospitals Seeing Influx Of Patients This Week, Resulting In Longer WaitsEmergency room doctors say before coming to the ER, depending on the severity of your child’s case, you might want to call their pediatrician first or visit an urgent care clinic.
Viral Pic Of Tearful Nurse Sheds Light On Reality Faced In ER, Reminds To 'Spread Love'Weary from working 53+ hours in four days, labor and delivery nurse Caty Nixon was emotional the day her twin sister shared a now viral photo of her on Facebook.
'Baby Shark' Helps North Texas 3-Year-Old Cope While Getting StitchesTo distract Katelyn Lyman while getting stitches, her nurses and her mother sang "Baby Shark" in the ER.
Study: Household Cosmetic Products Send Children To ER Every 2 HoursA new study finds that every two hours in the U.S., a child is brought to the emergency room due to unintentional exposure to personal care and cosmetic products.
JPS Hospital Declares 'Code Yellow' For Higher Than Usual ER Demand“There are sick patients in Tarrant County and right now we are overwhelmed with them," said Jesse DeWaard, Executive Director of Emergency Services at JPS.
Study: More Child ER Visits For Swallowed Toys, Coins & BatteriesThe number of young kids who went to U.S. emergency rooms because they swallowed toys, coins, batteries and other objects has more than doubled.
JPS Hospital Worker Ends Up In ER After Elevator AccidentAn employee at John Peter Smith Hospital was injured Sunday in an elevator accident, according to a spokesperson for the trauma center.
Analysis: Guns Sent More Than 75,000 U.S. Kids To ER Over Nine YearsGun injuries, including many from assaults, sent 75,000 U.S. children and teens to emergency rooms over nine years at a cost of almost $3 billion.
State-Of-The-Art Emergency Room Unveiled At Dallas VA Medical CenterEmergency medical care for military veterans in North Texas is getting a major upgrade.
ER Nurse In Viral Video: 'Wash Your Stinking Hands'A Florida nurse's Facebook rant about the "cesspool of funky flu" in emergency room waiting areas is getting a lot of attention.
Could A Co-Pay Curb Emergency Room Abuse?A U.S. Representative is weighing in on the idea of charging a co-pay to Medicaid patients who go to North Texas hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency reasons.