Parkland Employee Accidentally Sends Email With Protected Health Information To Dallas County Jail WorkerOfficials determined that the recipient of the email realized it was sent by mistake, did not open it and had deleted it on the day of receipt. The email was then permanently deleted.
Community Health Leaders Estimate Much Of Dallas County Will Reach Herd Immunity By SummerExperts say that Dallas County is on track to have 80% of county residents at levels of COVID-19 “herd immunity” by early summer.
Very Low Flu Activity Reported In Texas, COVID Restrictions Likely WhyRestricted travel has meant less opportunity for the flu virus to spread into Texas so far this winter.
20 New Cases, 1 Death In Dallas County: 'Things Will Get Worse Before Getting Better'A 60-year-old Richardson, Texas man found dead in his home ups the number of Texans who have died from coronavirus to four.
Coronavirus: Visitors No Longer Allowed At Parkland HospitalParkland Health & Hospital System has implemented a no visitor policy in the main hospital at 5200 Harry Hines Blvd., effective immediately.
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.
What Would You Do While Waiting For Help To Arrive?What would you do in an emergency while waiting for help to arrive during an active shooter situation?
North Texas Program Gives Moms Books For Newborn BabiesThe ambition of the new Books for Dallas Babies program at Parkland Hospital is to strengthen the bond between mom and baby and promote a culture of literacy for years to come.
Quality Educator Positions In Dallas Are In DemandNo matter what stage you are in life, a teacher, instructor, or professor has taught you. From elementary through college and professional executive programs, the need for quality educators will always be there.
Dallas CLO Teaches That Education Is The Pipeline To SuccessIt is the job of Dr. Sushma Aggarwal to make sure that the employees who work at Parkland Health & Hospital System have the skills, resources and learning experiences to build their career and provide the best patient care.
Nursing Positions In Dallas Are On The RiseWhile an associates’ degree is necessary for registered nurses, it is noted that the best job prospects are for those with at least a bachelor’s degree.
Master's Degree Brings Transformative Change For Dallas Director Of NursingSobha Fuller, Director of Nursing for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine at Parkland Health & Hospital System, says of earning her master's degree "
Job Growth Continues To Surge In The Dallas-Fort Worth AreaAccording to the latest figures, released Jan. 2015, from Bureau of Labor Statistics, the nation ended the year with 252,000 jobs added in December 2014; this is the best growth since 1999.
Life Long Learning Equals Career Success For Dallas Doctor Of NursingNursing has advanced and expanded to the point of doctoral degree programs being created to better serve the evolving health care system.