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University of North Texas
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DFW Healthcare Brief: Nanoscope Therapeutics’ New HQ and Kindred Hospital’s New Rehab Unit

Plus Scottish Rite for Children's award, UNT's fungal drug research, and more.
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DFW Healthcare Brief: Why Axxess Is Offering Free Training and Medical City Fort Worth’s First-in-the-State Acute Heart Failure Treatment

Plus a Defense Department grant for Scottish Rite for Children and Texas Health's heart care recognition.
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DFW Healthcare Brief: The ‘Best Orthopaedic Surgeons in Dallas’ and Texas Health’s Leadership Changes

Plus UTSW and Scottish Rite for Children's mental health research and C-suite changes at Oceans Healthcare.
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Health Systems

Children’s Medical Center Is the Highest Ranked Hospital in North Texas by U.S News and World Report for the Fifth Consecutive Year

Children's Health was nationally ranked in all ten specialties and was the second ranked children's hospital in the southwest.
By Carla McCanna

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Business

Scottish Rite for Children: A Century of Healing

What began as a hospital to treat polio has expanded to become a cutting-edge orthopedic powerhouse.
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Behavioral Health

Expert: What Is the Pandemic Doing to Our Kids?

Scottish Rite for Children Psychologist Whitney Herge on the under appreciated mental health impact of COVID-19.
By Sophie Kidd
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D CEO Awards Finalists

Finalists Named: D CEO’s 2021 Excellence in Healthcare Awards

Now in its eighth year, the program recognizes individuals and organizations for innovation, advocacy, leadership, and more.
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Business

Personnel Moves: Former Neiman Marcus CEO to Chair The Perot Museum Board

Plus, The Beck Group announces new COO, Texas Rangers name new GM, The American Heart Association hires development VP for Dallas office, and more.
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Research

Scottish Rite for Children is Studying the Impact of the Pandemic on Children and Young Adults

The pandemic may have coaxed some children into more outside play, while canceling organized activities for others.