Texas Health Hospitals Receive Nearly 6K Doses Of Pfizer COVID-19 VaccineThe system’s initial state allocation will be used for the vaccination of front-line caregivers and other healthcare workers in emergency departments and COVID-19 units beginning Tuesday.
Collin County's COVID-19 Dashboard Returns, 78 New Cases ReportedHealth officials say there are 78 new coronavirus cases, including 30 in Plano.
NBA Star, Bedford-Native Myles Turner Donates $50K To Texas Health ResourcesThe donation comes after the Indiana Pacer's father was successfully treated for COVID-19 at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford.
North Texas Doctor Talks Truths, Myths Of CoronavirusCBS 11 talked to Dr. Minh Nghi with Texas Health Fort Worth about a range of topics on COVID-19 from how it compares to the flu to whether or not pets can transmit it.
2 Local Texas Health Hospitals Welcome Leap Year BabiesPeople born on Feb. 29 are often called “leaplings” or “leapers," and Texas Health HEB and Texas Health Fort Worth welcomed two of them into the world yesterday.
More Problems For Elevator Maintenance Company That Serves JPS Hospital Coming To LightA nurse is suing ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp. after an elevator she was riding in at Texas Health Harris-Alliance suddenly fell two stories in January of 2018.
Texas Health Resources Laying Off Hundreds Of WorkersTexas Health said it's taking a long-term view of its operations and continued service to the community.
New Antibiotic Resistant Superbug Identified In The U.S.TX Health Presbyterian is doing research on superbugs, but they say Texas isn't on high alert.
High School Band Plays Free Concerts To Benefit Cancer PatientsThe Just Brass Band, a seven-member ensemble made up mostly of students from Carroll Senior High School, raised $1,295 from donations playing concerts.
Texas Holding Off On Therapy Cuts In Medicaid ProgramTexas health officials are postponing a $350 million cut in Medicaid payments to therapists after being pushed to the brink of legal action in state court.
Dallas Hospital Defends Ebola Patient's CareA day after the death of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in America, those closest to him continue to raise questions about the quality of care he received.