Nearly 100% of UT Southwestern Medical students matched to residency programs this year, while the national average is 94 percent. A total of 219 UT Southwestern medical school students matched to more than 80 programs nationally, including included Massachusetts General, John Hopkins, and Mayo Clinic. About half of the students matched to hospitals affiliated with U.S. News & World Report’s top 25 medical schools, including UT Southwestern, and more than 100 students matched to programs in Texas. Additionally, more than 50 students matched to UTSW- affiliated residency programs, which are ranked among the best in the nation. The medical students are expected to graduate in May and were among nearly 40,000 who were accepted to residency programs.
Catalyst Healthcare Real Estate, a healthcare real estate firm, has chosen JLL as the leasing agent for Greenville Medical Tower, a multi-tenant medical office. Located directly across from the Texas Health Dallas Campus, the building offers 79,310 square feet of mixed clinical and specialty space, including an existing underground structure for parking. Current tenants include cardiologists, eye care centers, surgical centers, and family physicians. The building located at 7150 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, is expected to be a convenient location for the Lake Highlands and Preston Hollow communities. JLL’s Austin Barrett and Reese Bowles are representing Catalyst.
Frisco-based Soleo Health, a provider of specialty pharmacy services, announced the appointment of Chief Executive Officer Drew Walk to the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) 2023-2024 Board of Directors. Walk, a trained pharmacist, has been involved in the home infusion industry since 1985. He has previously led roles at small, independent pharmacies and at large, national providers. Walk’s new appointment marks the second time he will serve on the NHIA board, his first term was from 2010-2014. Soleo Health has 22 pharmacy locations, and the company operates more than 40 infusion centers across the nation. Founded in 1991, NHIA is an organization providing education, advocacy, and resources for the home and alternate site infusion provider community.
Texas Health opened a new Breeze Urgent Care Center in Richardson, on March 14th, located at 1225 E. Belt Line Road. It is the first Breeze Urgent Care for Richardson and the 25th center in the region. Breeze Urgent Care centers are located within shopping and business centers, to offer patients convenience and affordable care, 365 days of the year. New or existing patients can be seen by Texas Health nurse practitioners or physician assistants. The model also aims to treat patients who may not have a relationship with a primary care provider but like the ease of urgent care. Breeze Urgent Care accepts most major insurance plans and offers a flat-rate fee of $185 for those without insurance. Texas Health launched the Breeze Urgent Care model in 2020, and now includes practices in Denton, Fort Worth, Arlington, Rockwall, Mansfield, and Cedar Hill.