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DFW Healthcare Brief: Catalyst Health Network Rebrand and Texas Health’s Equity Work

Plus the sale of a medical building in Plano and JPS bond news.
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Parkside on Legacy (Courtesy: Cushman & Wakefield)

Catalyst Health Network, Catalyst Health Rx, and StratFi Health are rebranding as Catalyst Health Group, a reflection of the integration of the different sectors of the business. Catalyst Health Network was formed in 2015 by StratiFi Health co-founders Dr. Christopher Crow and Lance Spivey. The independent primary care network includes more than 1,000 providers serving 1.5 million patients. StratiFi Health provides physician support to improve efficiency and quality, and Catalyst Health Rx provides pharmacy services.


Texas Health Resources is part of one of only two Texas teams and 20 across the nation to be a part of the American Hospital Association’s Hospital Community Collaborative, which promotes health equity through collaboration between hospitals and community organizations. Texas Health’s team includes Erath County United Way and Tarleton State University, which are supporting Erath County Community Bridges program, providing mental health assistance and access to healthy food among other services.


Denver-based Eating Recovery Center has leased a 101,608-square-foot building on Legacy Drive in Plano. Called Parkside on Legacy, the three story building will house the internationally recognized eating disorder treatment center, which will provide inpatient and outpatient services. The $58 million building was developed by VanTrust Real Estate and acquired by Cawley Partners in 2018, when the lease was secured with ERC. The new owner of the building is Ventas, which focuses on senior living, life science, research, and medical facilities. Cushman & Wakefield advised Cawley on the sale.


JPS Health Network’s first two packages for contract bidding have been released. The projects are part of an $800 million bond program that will provide Tarrant County with new healthcare facilities. JPS is looking for bids to design build services for a new Medical Home facility and a new parking garage on the main campus. In early 2022 JPS will bid out an upgrade to the the nurse call system, the fire alarm system, and other projects. More info about the bids and future projects can be found here.

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