Texas Health Resources

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Texas Health Resources
Typenon-profit
IndustryHealth care
GenreHealth Care System
Founded1997
HeadquartersArlington, TX, USA
Area servedNorth Texas
ServicesHospital management
Employees21,100 at fully owned/operated facilities, plus 1,400 at consolidated joint ventures
SubsidiariesHarris Methodist Hospitals
Arlington Memorial Hospital
Presbyterian Healthcare System
Websitehttp://www.texashealth.org/
References: [1]
 
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Texas Health Resources
Typenon-profit
IndustryHealth care
GenreHealth Care System
Founded1997
HeadquartersArlington, TX, USA
Area servedNorth Texas
ServicesHospital management
Employees21,100 at fully owned/operated facilities, plus 1,400 at consolidated joint ventures
SubsidiariesHarris Methodist Hospitals
Arlington Memorial Hospital
Presbyterian Healthcare System
Websitehttp://www.texashealth.org/
References: [1]

Texas Health Resources (THR) is a non-profit company that operates a network of hospitals and related health facilities in the North Texas region of the United States. It is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the second largest in North Texas in terms of patients served (Baylor Health Care System ranks first, with 239 access points and 1,819,245 total patient encounters during its last fiscal year, ending June 30, 2010.) [1]. Its mission statement is "To improve the health of the people in the communities we serve."

There are 25 acute-care, transitional, rehabilitation and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with Texas Health Resources, including:

  -- 17 acute-care hospitals   -- 6 short-stay hospitals   -- 1 transitional care hospital   -- 1 rehabilitation hospital  


Contents

History

THR leaders formed the system in 1997 with the assets of Fort Worth-based Harris Methodist Health System and Dallas-based Presbyterian Healthcare Resources. Later that year, Arlington Memorial Hospital joined the THR system.[2].

Hospitals

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance

Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital

Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital Arlington (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle

Texas Health Harris Methodist Outpatient Center Burleson

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne

Texas Health Outpatient Center Craig Ranch

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton

Texas Health Surgery Center Denton (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano

Texas Health Presbyterian Center for Diagnostics & Surgery Plano (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake (Joint Venture)

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth

Texas Health Specialty Hospital

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ Sherman (Joint Venture)

Other Joint Venture facilities . . .

  -- Huguley Memorial Medical Center   -- Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas  -- USMD Hospital at Arlington   -- USMD Hospital at Fort Worth  


External links

References

  1. ^ Texas Heath Resources: About Us
  2. ^ Facts about Texas Health Resources