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In 1986, Parkland established an Arrhythmia Management Center for heart patients. Thirty years later, Parkland received American Heart Association’s highest quality achievement award. http://www.IStandforParkland.org/heartcare
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“Our work is not done, but I truly believe that it is a new day for women's health in Texas,” said Paula Turicchi, administrator of Women and Infant’s Specialty Health at Parkland, during a press conference today. Parkland is proud to work with the Healthy Texas Women program to get care to more women statewide. Learn about the Healthy Texas Women program at www.healthytexaswomen.org
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What does Parkland do when disaster strikes? Find out about Parkland’s disaster system and more in this week’s Parkland News Flash.
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Here's what you need to know about five common rashes that could show up this summer.
For any questions or possible poisonings, call the North Texas Poison Center housed at Parkland at 1-800-222-1222.
Sometimes a brush with nature leaves us red and itchy. Here's how to know if your summer skin rash needs immediate attention.
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During an emotional press conference this afternoon, Parkland trauma doctors talked about their experience treating injured officers after the shooting on Thursday.
Dr. Brian H.Williams, a trauma surgeon at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, was on duty last Thursday night when wounded police officers began to arrive.
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What are the dangers of pot-laced candy? How do you take care of your health on vacation? Find out the answer to these questions and more in this week’s Parkland News Flash.
Great things happen every day at Parkland. The Parkland News Flash is our way to share the positive news about Parkland's premier services and showcase our participation in upcoming public events. We welcome you to share this biweekly e-newsletter on your Facebook page or forward it to your friends, family and neighbors so they can see the vital role Parkland plays in keeping our community healthy. Parkland expert informs about pot-laced candies ...
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Everyone should be able to see a ‪#‎fireworks‬ show on ‪#‎July4‬, even if they're in the hospital. We're playing this video on the large jumbotron screen in our food court tonight for all those who are healing, visiting friends or caring for our patients. See more of refidnasb1 on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/refidnasb1. https://www.facebook.com/Parkland/videos/10153483622961595/
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Plan for the school year by getting your kids vaccinated during Parkland’s “Walk-in-Wednesdays” starting tomorrow! Go to one of Parkland’s community clinics or Youth & Family Centers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointment needed. Learn more at www.parklandhospital.com/WalkinWed
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Sadly, mass shootings can happen anywhere, any time. Knowing how to act can mean the difference between life and death. Parkland’s trauma staff is offering training to ALL Parkland employees – even non-clinical staff – on how to stop bleeding wounds and help save a life anywhere, any time.
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Parkland's emergency department provides Level 1 trauma and emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With your support, we can continue to be ready for whoever comes through our doors. www.IStandforParkland.org/ER
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Our thoughts and prayers are with the officers and families of those affected by this tragedy. A heartfelt thanks to all those who sacrifice in service to our community.
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For the third year in a row, Parkland has been recognized as one of the nation’s Most Wired™ Hospitals by the American Hospital Association’s Health Forum! Most Wired™ hospitals use technology to provide services 24/7, increase access to medical specialists and create a better patient experience.
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5200 Harry Hines Blvd Dallas, TX 75235
5200 Harry Hines BoulevardUSTexasDallas75235
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This is the official Google page for Parkland Health & Hospital System. Our vital work in caring for patients, preventing disease & training medical professionals reaches across the region & generations, improving life in North Texas.

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What is Parkland?

While serving as a safety net provider for the county's indigent population, Parkland serves every citizen in Dallas County as a Level 1 Trauma Center and regional burn center. 62 percent of trauma cases in Dallas County are treated at Parkland.

The Parkland Burn Center is the second largest civilian center in the U.S. and is regarded as among the best. Our staff developed the world-renowned standard in burn care – “The Parkland Formula.”

Parkland’s care for the large percentage of those in need helps keep other local health care systems economically viable, thus affecting health care for all.

You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Building a new Parkland

Parkland officials have begun the process to build a new hospital campus to replace the current building constructed in 1954. Dallas County voters overwhelmingly voted by 82 percent to support the construction of a new hospital.The new hospital is truly a community project. The philanthropic community has pledged support like never before for a public health system. You can find more information about the new hospital at newparkland.parklandhospital.com.

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Tony Tan Tran
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Like it for only experience nurses/doctor. They come in 3 new students, and there's teacher. And so, the teacher teaches the students that fine for me. But, please send experience doctor for big issues. This is not minorities issues. I got another thing to say, isn't this supposedly "Hospital" not an "Hospital with different 13 or 20 nurses every 2 hours and teaching students here."
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Mikayla Jeane
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July 2015 I was involved in a major motorcycle accident. The staff, surgeons, students completing their clinicals, and all of the people I came in contact with made my stay and surgeries as comfortable and conducive to getting back to a healthy lifestyle as soon as possible. These folks are the best of the best, and you'd be hard pressed to find another institution that delivers the level of care that they do. I am very happy that I went through a very hard, challenging chapter of my life at such a wonderful place.
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Chris Watson
3 weeks ago
WHAT A NIGHTMARE OF A HOSPITAL. Had a nasty bicycle accident today on the Trinity Trail. Fortunately had my cell phone and called my wife instead of 911. Being new to Dallas, we went to the nearest hospital...Parkland. I was really banged up and had bruises and blood everywhere. Sitting in a wheel chair at the check in room, in excruciating pain with a left knee bleeding and three times the normal size and seemingly the most important thing to the hospital was having the security guard demanding I stand up so he can pat me down and wand my body.... I suppose to see if I had weapons on me. Unbelievable. Almost hard to imagine. I knew then we had chosen the wrong ER. It was all downhill from there. The entire staff, to include the nurse practitioner that treated me , Samantha Bean, were completely inept and unprofessional. I'm 62 years old and almost incapable of walking at this point and the nurse practitioner basically accused me of hurting myself so I could get narcotic pain medicine. What a screaming joke. I'm laying in bed on Monday night July 4th as I type this and have to tell you that I am in no frame of mind to recount the details of the rest of the nightmare...you probably wouldn't believe it anyway. So, all I can say is go anywhere else or treat your injuries yourself.....which is exactly what my wife and I had to do with the wounds after these clowns masquerading as medical professionals did x-rays. HORRID institution and totally incapable staff. STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE. Google should have a negative star rating...reserved for instances just like Parkland Hospital ER.
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Jill McKee
a month ago
My son was in atv accident with head trauma. The nurses were all wonderful. I have no complaints with them. They went overboard to help him. The doctors on the other hand did not. He had a breathing tube in from careflight on Friday until Saturday afternoon. He was unconscious for over 24 hours. The trauma team came in Saturday morning and said his ct scan was good and he could go home that afternoon. The nurses and speech therapists said no. He cannot swallow, talk, wake up, etc. His head was swollen 3x bigger than normal. He had 12+ stiches in his eyebrow that was separated and staples on the other side and a bruise on his hip the size of a baseball glove. He had no memory when he did wake up. So we stayed another day. On Sunday, the doctor came in and again said he can go home. We need the ICU beds for people with trauma. This is not a hotel. OMG. We didn't even know if my son would be ok and this is what we get. We and his nurses said no he is not ready. He was moved to a regular floor and 1 1/2 hour later, the hospial said he is discharged. New nurses came in and I asked. They had no clue to what's going on. At 10:30 pm they cane back in and said he is discharged. I said tomorrow. We live 90 miles away and I was not making my husband drive back that late. Yes we are white and been married 31 years. We have worked since we were 13 and 16 and never received one penny from welfare, food stamps etc. My husbands job stopped paying for insurance in 2008 and no cobra. Our insurance will be $800-$1000 per month. We are middle class and cannot afford. Is this why they wanted us out so bad?
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Eli Bello
2 weeks ago
Not a good place for a high risk pregnancy. This is a teaching hospital. Most so called docs are rather textbook in their approach and are confused when their diagnosis just doesn't fit with your symptoms, in our case lack there of. Some have an attitude when we asked questions as if to say how dare you challenge my diagnosis. Too many docs for one delivery (we saw a total of 13 in 2 days) and ALL had differing opinions. Eventually we lumped their conclusions to possible courses of action. Docs here will certainly miss warning signs of a high risk birth, mitigating risk factors are not all taken into account. If you're not a doctor or think like one, talk to someone about risks involved so you will know what to expect (labor complications, infections, birth defects and other complications relating to birth and neonatal care). You may not know what to ask, which is fine, it is the doctor's duty to inform you of such risks. If you knew what questions to ask and steps to take you'd be as good as any doc. Most of us don't so we rely on Drs expertise. For normal pregnancies with nominal complications, this hospital might be fine. Childrens is across the street and nationally ranked for pediatrics. Good luck and please take what I'm writing seriously. Don't wait until something happens to your infant.
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Kelley Campbell
a month ago
My mom and dad have busted there butts working hard all their lives. Never being on welfare and their life is still a struggle. My mom can't afford health insurance and for the over year has been having abdominal pain. When to the doctor last week...paying out of pocket for the whole thing found out she has a huge tumor in her stomach not knowing if it's cancerous or not but she needs to have surgery asap. She was called by parkland today 6-15-2016 and told that they cannot accept her since she doesn't have any insurance. I bet if she was Mexican and illegal they would have. That's right I just played my damn race card. They won't accept my mother cause she is white. And I dont care what anyone has to say about about my comment.
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Jae Terry
3 weeks ago
I would like to start off by saying that the nursing administration team and the security are very polite and understanding. As for the particular nurse that was taking care of my aunt and the case manager, I can honestly say that they are quite the opposite. The case manager by the name of Shaqueeta is extremely rude, defensive, short tempered and abrasive. Shaqueeta showed impatience and resistance when talking with my family concerning, my aunt's (the patient) discharge planning. She quickly resorted to threatening to call security on my cousin when he began to ask questions about the plan of care. As this was taking place, the primary nurse stood by and did not utter one word in the defense of the patient or patient's son who was being threatened and who is primary care taker of the patient. She did not do one thing to halt the rising hostility coming from Shaqueeta or to guide her back to a level of professionalism. Once out of the room, the nurse approached Shaqueeta to tell her the ongoing concerns that were being voiced after Shaqueeta left the room. This resulted in Shaqueeta ultimately calling security. It wasn't until security arrived and Shaqueeta was gone that the family's concerns were finally met with no problem.
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Deb Tiji
2 months ago
Hospital is easily accessible. Physicians & Nurses are very professional & enlightening. Two Thumbs Up 2 all staff that made this EMERGENCY to a tolerable ordeal. THANKS TO ALL!!!