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The new Parkland hospital is the largest LEED® certified healthcare facility in the state of Texas, the second largest in the U.S. and the third largest in the world, as of the certification date. Learn more at https://www.istandforparkland.org/leed.
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Don't forget that you can see the spacious areas & innovative features of the new Parkland by taking an online tour of the hospital at www.parklandhospital.com/tour! (Español - http://www.parklandhospital.com/tourvirtual)
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Care. Compassion. Community.

Parkland is working for a healthier Dallas.
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What is pot dabbing and why is it exploding onto the youth drug scene? Listen to KERA with Sam Baker tomorrow to hear Dr. Ashley Haynes, a UTSW toxicology fellow at North Texas Poison Center, give the answers.
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In less than a month, we begin moving patients across the street to their larger, private patient rooms in the new Parkland. Until then, we're doing "practice runs" to make sure the move is as smooth as possible for patients and families. NBC DFW captured today's drill and you can see the story TONIGHT on the 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts!
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Living with a burn injury can be tough enough, so imagine what it’s like being a child with an injury that has left him or her badly disfigured. Don't miss Nurse.com​'s July cover story written by a nurse in the Parkland Burn Center as she shares how she cares for burn survivors and volunteers at Parkland's Camp I-Thonka-Chi.
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Parkland will be providing free health information and services at TWO events in Dallas today! See www.parklandhospital.com/calendar for more locations and times.
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What a cool shot of classic Parkland - thanks to all medical evacuation workers, both on the ground and in the air, for everything you do!
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Working at a hospital can prepare you for anything, and these interns know it! The ins and outs of Parkland are being learned by these college and high school-age students from the Parkland Auxiliary Collegiate Fellows program, the Senator Royce West-Conrad Leadership program and the Dallas Mayor Intern/Fellows Program. It's just another way Parkland is a teaching hospital.
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Parkland will be providing health info and health screenings today! See the time and locations details at http://goo.gl/hR50qd.
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The beautiful, glass-enclosed Mike A. Myers Sky Bridge connects the current hospital to the new state-of-the-art Parkland Memorial Hospital, opening Aug. 20. Read how the sky bridge will be a safe and secure way to go over the busy Harry Hines Blvd at http://goo.gl/inVPh6.
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Don’t let out-of-date vaccinations keep your children out of school! Through Parkland’s ‪#‎backtoschool‬ “Walk-in Wednesdays,” parents can get their children immunized at one of Parkland’s Community Clinics or Youth & Family Centers without an appointment! See times and locations at www.parklandhospital.com/WalkIn.
Walk-in Wednesday clinics at Parkland offer school immunizations Back-to-school planning for most families includes a stop at the mall for supplies and a visit to your child’s pediatrician for a check-up and any needed immunizations. Without up-to-date vaccinations, your little ones may not be allowed to start school on time. More importantly, without proper immunizations, your child is at much greater risk of getting seriously ill and of infecti...
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5201 Harry Hines Blvd Dallas, TX 75235
5201 Harry Hines BoulevardUSTexasDallas75235
(214) 590-8000parklandhospital.com
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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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Tonya Washington Mccoy
a month ago
Went to the urgent care with my sister last week. Total we were there 4 hours. The dr came in and seen her. Told her wait just a minute, he left. 30 minutes later the nurse came in with discharge papers. We were like WTH? The nurse had to go get him. That is among other things, unethical. Is this how they treat the patients. SMH HARD!!!!!
moder basim
2 weeks ago
Doctors and nurses, something wonderful and a great total of Ultimate, but the problem in the delay 🌹🌹🌹❤️❤️❤️💝💘💟💓💞🎉🎋🎑🎆🚥🇺🇸🇺🇸
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johnny Ray Yarbrough
7 months ago
Parkland under the care of Dr. Cerise and Patient relations under the care of Theresa Johnson has put this Hospital on a fast track to the best in Texas! I am proud to say I stand for Parkland. WOW, I can not believe the level of care my wife received when issues were brought to the attention of Theresa Johnson she got the ball rolling and things happened very fast! If you find the need to speak with Mrs. Johnson just remember to be polite, she is here to help and nobody deserves to be cursed at! I am honored to know Mrs. Johnson at a level to if I see her in the hospital she will come over, call me by name and give me a hug! Parkland has made landmark changes! Thank you for your continued help for my wife. Please don't think it is not appreciated.
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Alma Mendoza
6 months ago
well i think parkland should get new nurses or helpers cuz everytime i go for aappoiment they take a long tim too see u or call u
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chris wisener
a month ago
Horrible E.R. Dept., you could actually die their before they treat you. Was taken into the back and given a " STAT" priority. Set in hard plastic chair for 5 1/2 hrs with I.V. in arm and not once did anyone come check on me, or provide the pain shot the Dr. ordered 5 hours when I 1st arrived. After waiting 13 hours, I left to seek professional medical help. Three days later, they called and advised me my blood tests warranted my return in which I did and once again was left sitting in a plastic chair for 5-1/2 hours again without any treatment other than blood samples. They assured me that I would be treated " STAT " I REALLY PITY THE PATIENTS THAT ARE GIVEN A LOWER PRIORITY STATUS !!!!!! I wouldnt take my dog there for treatment. I walked out for a 2nd time to never return. If u need a bandaid, they may can handle that. In my opinion, the staff REALLY doesn't care, you are just one of the cattle they have to deal with.
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Chuck cudjoe
3 months ago
jason and his management team by far is the worst bunch of folks to work for. I will never work for Parkland so-longs any of them is still visible. They do not care about your career, only themselves. And since they are at the top already. They will throw you under the bus. They do it everyday. It was such a relief to have left this hole in the ground. They need more supervisors like Mark. Parkland has REAL trouble across the board, but since we are rating where I worked, it is a very sorry place to work. I wish the county and or the state would investigate, why employment turnover is so high. Taht's my money the are wasting. Sorry place to work. STAY AWAY Hope the get new sterile processing management staff when they transition to the new facility.
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Tim Rains
3 months ago
worst place to be. was treated like street trash and wouldn't ever go back there. when I got back home to Oklahoma had to go to another hospital to be rechecked and they were very disappointed at parkland for there poor service
markos zala
6 months ago
This hospital sucks ass. Staff is rude. Nurses get mad when you ring for help. Doctors are amitures. Its always croweded. U wait hours to be trated. & get sent home like a number. Health department failed. America failed. Obama administration failed.