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A stroke patient loses 1.9 million nerve cells each minute stroke treatment is delayed. When you need help after stroke, Parkland's Stroke Program offers the most up-to-date, evidence-based care practices - http://goo.gl/TTwp4K
AHA Award recognizes Parkland’s commitment to quality stroke care Parkland Memorial Hospital received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines. Hospitals must achieve 8...
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#Healthfacts - Did you know? When you are pregnant, your eyes can change just like the rest of your body. Find out why this happens and what changes at www.parklandhospital.com/eyes.
When you are pregnant, your eyes can go through some changes just like the rest of your body. In most cases, your eyes will go back to normal after you deliver your baby. Here are some things to look out for when you are pregnant:  Prescription change: changes in your hormones can mean that you need to change how strong the prescription is for your eyeglasses or contacts.  Dry eyes:  if you get dry eyes, rewetting eye drops are saf...
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From I Stand for Parkland: The tradition of family and community at Parkland Hospital dates back to when its doors first opened in 1894. Take a look at a son and daughter who are now following the career paths of their mothers as Parkland burn nurses. https://www.istandforparkland.org/parklandfamily
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Happy first birthday to our Hatcher Station Health Center! The clinic provides medical care for some of the people who need it the most - http://goo.gl/kufDQW.
Community Oriented Primary Care facility welcomed in South Dallas Residents near Parkland Health & Hospital System’s Hatcher Station Health Center in South Dallas felt a special sense of pride in the healthcare facility even before it was built. Now that it’s been open for a year, their appreciation has grown.  The Rev. Donald R. Parish Sr. and his wife Deborah of True Lee Missionary Baptist Church, located immediately behind the health ...
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AH! Mosquito season is upon us! Avoid bites and mosquito-proof your home with our tips at www.parklandhospital.com/Mosquito.
Parkland expert urges prevention to avoid bites, disease You can blame it on the mild winter, recent heavy rains, El Niño or even climate change, but whatever the cause, mosquito season is upon us and in addition to being an annoyance, mosquitoes present a serious public health problem. Mosquitoes are the main carriers of diseases such as Zika, West Nile, dengue and Chikungunya viruses. That’s why officials at Parkland Health & Hospital Syste...
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May 15 - 21 is National Police Week, and we honor the men and women of the Dallas County Hospital District Police Department for their tireless work to ensure the safety for Parkland's patients, visitors and staff. Learn more about our Police Department keep the hospital safe at www.parklandhospital.com/Police.
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Thank you to the Wind & Fire Motorcycle Club for their generous support of Parkland Hospital's burn camp, Camp I-Thonka Chi! For more than a decade, the Dallas and Irving chapters have raised nearly $300,000 to send dozens of young burn survivors to camp.
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Parkland's Postpartum Depression (PPD) Program, funded by the state’s 1115 waiver, keeps watch for symptoms of PPD for women during their routine checkups and provides follow-up resources and support to help them heal - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLZeEsAtZ0E.
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On May 19, 1894 – 122 years ago today – Parkland Hospital officially opened on the corner of Maple and Oak Lawn avenues. Thanks to the support of the community, Parkland continues to keep Dallas healthy utilizing the new 2.1-million-square-foot facility, 12 health centers, 12 school-based clinics and other locations across Dallas County.
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Health care for women and infants needs a personal touch. Through Parkland's Nurse Family Partnership program, a nurse visits the first-time mother’s home early in pregnancy and works one-on-one with the mother from the prenatal care stage through when the child turns two years old. Info at www.parklandhospital.com/nurse-family.
The Nurse-Family Partnership improves the health and social skills of Medicaid eligible first-time mothers and their babies. Through this free program, a Registered Nurse visits the first-time mother's home early in pregnancy. The nurse works one-on-one with mother during prenatal care and makes ...
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How poisonous are weed killers? Find out and more on the Texas Poison Center Network blog! For possible poisonings or questions, call the Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222. http://bit.ly/1Oseb88
Springtime is upon us which means lots of pesky weeds will be more prevalent as will the use of weed killers. Weed killers are popular to maintain lawns and landscaping. But how safe are children and pets being around these c...
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5200 Harry Hines Blvd Dallas, TX 75235
5200 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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"Burn center excellent; excellent care, staff."
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Xavier Nunez
3 weeks ago
The Parkland Police Dept., definitely needs to be reviewed starting with Capt. Willie Jenkins. Poor structure and Police officers are very unprofessional. Their appearance and performance were sadly displayed as poor. Needless to say they need physical exercise along with professional dieting as they are overweight and unfit. Not that of what a Law enforcement officer should be. This is a Govt. facility that should hire top Police officers that are capable of handling any incident that may occur. The particular officer that i observed was very flirtacious with the RN's. These are our taxes at work. I had to look again thinking this was a Security Officer. Please Restructure this agency starting from the top, it needs immediate help and attention.
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Kathy Powell
2 weeks ago
My son was injured and admitted to the ER on 5/05 for a nose and orbital fracture. At the time of admission he was unable to provide his insurance info so it was provided to the nurse the following morning by myself. I spoke with the nurse directly who stated very clearly that he would need surgery and they had already scheduled it for the following Tuesday. While in the hospital not only was his phone documented incorrectly, but his insurance info was NEVER documented. We tried for days to follow up with someone on his surgery schedule but every time we called we were told they were still waiting on it to be scheduled. We finally reached someone on Monday, 5/9 at which time were told that his surgery was cancelled because no one could get in touch with him. But yet we called at least three times per day for 3 days in a row. We then were told that there was no insurance documented and THIS was why it was cancelled. We have insurance. The scheduler then told us that she had given the information to the financial dept. and they were reviewing the information.....this was Tuesday morning.....Tuesday afternoon I received another call from the scheduler stating she followed up with financial with an email to see what the status of the insurance review was. Wed. morning I received a call from financial. They STILL did not have the insurance information that had been provided three times. So needless to say the review or approval was still yet to happen. Meanwhile, I paid for a flight to get here on Monday to see my son through surgery on Tuesday. I am missing work, and paying for hotels all while several people are still failing to do their jobs. The treatment we have received has been absurd. We have been told several different versions of what was really going on and blatantly lied to by one particular individual. I am from SC. I am a single parent. My son is injured. I do not have the means to spend money for hotels and flights on unverified information. I will see to it that my son receives justice for being treated like he is irrelevant. Even IF he didn't have insurance coverage, no one should be treated as if they do not matter. His nose and orbital sockets are fractured and he has been dealing with this pain for 6 DAYS NOW!! I would not recommend this hospital to anyone. There is ZERO patient relations provided here. And quite frankly no one cares anything at all about the person...it's all about the money.
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Rosalinda Moreno Zuniga
a month ago
Wonderful service and great care for the patients , always making sure they're okay. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Even though no one likes to be at the hospital especially if a loved one is sick they make you feel save and secure.
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Angelica Alvarado
a month ago
I go to womens mfm clinic for my pregnancy. I dont understand why they have to give you appointments if they take two damn hours to call your name and then one more hour while they see you and let you go home. Stupid staff, they should of hired new people when they opened the new hospital. They only let me get appointments on Wednesdays after 12, and thats stupid cause they be taking to damn long and I have kids I have to pick up from school. I only come here cause I have no other choice cause of my diabetes and pregnancy, but Parkland would have never been my first option.
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Deb Tiji
2 weeks 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!!!
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Michael Gyduska
3 weeks ago
Very good surgical staff. Only problem I have with the hospital, is that I have been there so many times for the same thing. They start a course of medicines and it goes fine for a few days. Then the doctor discontinues the meds and I get discharged. I'm okay for 1 -2 weeks, and I'm right back at the E.R. an the whole thing starts again. At least I get to know all the nursing staff
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amjad Hamadneh
a month ago
Horrible experience, I guess I'm not alone when all other people who came here left same negative reviews, STAFF STAFF STAFF RUDE RUDE RUDE , no manners no smiles like they hate their jobs and the world even tho it's a medical center a new state of the art facility nothing seemed like it just a regular hospital with very bad and poor service , you need to work on your staff , replace them all my wife and I came few times and each time we feel treated like garbage and we can't really complain to anyone because it will only make things worse as if they weren't already and don't ever thing about coming here for pregnancy Google hospitals first before you even think about this one worst experience I'm still here writing this April 18 2016 read people before you come here please it's the worst place to be in with so much negative people and rudeness take care. Maybe one day someone will read this and make changes at this piece of garbage place
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Shantel Johnson
2 months ago
I AM FROM NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA. I WENT INTO PARKLAND E.R. LABOR AND DELIVERY ON MARCH 8TH 2016 TO DELIVER MY BABY. WHAT STARTED OUT AS LABOR AND DELIVERY ENDED IN HORROR. I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS HOSPITAL AS A PLACE OF GIVING BIRTH. THE MEDICAL STAFF DO HUNGER AND THIRST FOR BABIES.(YOUR BABY) AND ANY OTHER CHILDREN YOU MAY HAVE. I HAD NO FAMILY OR FRIENDS TO COME TO THE HOSPITAL WITH ME. I DID HOWEVER HAVE MY TWO CHILDREN WITH ME AGE 11&5. THE HOSPITAL SOCIAL WORKER CAME TO VISIT ME AFTER I DELIVERED MY BABY AND WAS ADDMITTED INTO MY ROOM. ACCORDING TO THE SOCIAL WORKER I WAS A NEGLECTIVE UNFIT PARENT WHOM COULD NOT FOLLOW THROUGH WITH HOSPITAL POLICY. "AFTER GIVING BIRTH A MOTHER IS NOT LIABLE AND OR WELL OFF ENOUGH TO LOOK AFTER HER OTHER CHILDREN." "IF YOU SHOULD HAVE OR KNOW SOMEONE AGE 14 OR OLDER THAT PERSON MAY SIT OR SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU AND YOUR KIDS. THE SOCIAL WORKER PROCEEDED TO CALL C.P.S. BECAUSE I HAD NO-ONE TO COME OUT. MEAN-WHILE THE NURSERY SAFF IN THE NEWBORN DEPARTMENT WITH HELD MY BABY FROM ME AND REFUSED TO BRING HER TO MY ROOM. I WAS INTERROGATED REPEATEDLY AS TO WHERE DO I LIVE. OF COURSE THE MATTER ENDED IN ME DISCHARGING MYSELF FROM THE HOSPITAL THE SAME DAY I GAVE BIRTH AGAINST MEDICAL ADVICE TO KEEP MY FAMILY IN ONE PIECE. THE CITY OF DALLAS ITSELF IS HUNGRY FOR CHILDREN. WHAT ARE THEY DOING WITH THESE KIDS ONCE THEY TAKE THEM FROM THEIR MOTHERS?
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