DFW Healthcare Brief: Staffing Company Moves to the Toyota Music Factory and Medical City’s Newest Level III Trauma Center

Plus, an oncology pharmaceuticals collaboration and more.

Healthcare staffing company Curative Talent is moving its corporate headquarters to the Toyota Music Factory next year. It will occupy 50,000 square feet of office space and add hundreds of employees to the mixed-use development in Irving. Corgan is designing the space, which will include indoor basketball and folding class walls that face the nearby plaza.

Clinical stage biopharmaceutical company Lantern Pharma, which focuses on oncology drug discovery, is collaborating with digital healthcare company Deep Lens, whose artificial intelligence technology hopes to accelerate enrollment for Lanterns planned phase 2 trials for lung cancer patients who never smoked.

Medical City Frisco is now a Level III trauma center, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. Level III trauma centers provide 24-hour emergency care as well as prompt assessment, resuscitation, emergency operations, intensive care and stabilization for injured patients.

Oral and Maxillofical surgery management services company Allied OMS is partnering with Facial & Oral Surgery Associates  which has locations in Fort Worth, Arlington, and Weatherford. 


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