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Health Systems

The March Northward: Children’s Health’s Prosper Specialty Center Is Now Open

The three story, 30,000-square-foot center will offer sports medicine and other specialty services.
Children's Medical Center
Health Systems

Here Is Where the New UTSW and Children’s Health Pediatric Hospital Will Be Built

According to documents issued last year, construction of the 532-bed hospital is set to begin in 2024 and will be located in the Southwestern Medical District.
Children's Medical Center

Children’s Health and UT Southwestern Plan New $2.5 Billion Dallas Pediatric Medical Campus

Original RFQ documents call for the hospital to have 532 beds and to begin construction in 2024.
Behavioral Health

First Look: Dallas’ State Behavioral Health Hospital

UTSW, Children's Health, and state officials kicked off the construction of the Texas Behavioral Health Center at UT Southwestern this week with a groundbreaking ceremony.
Business Briefs

Connect Partnership Group Acquires Chicago-based HARLON

Plus: Andres Coil Processors Expands to Fort Worth, and Governor’s Commission for Women announces business leadership series.
By Suzanne Crow


Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2022

Presented in partnership with Communities Foundation of Texas, year's awards will recognize 126 North Texas nonprofit organizations and corporations.

UTSW is Building Up a Plasma Supply to Fight COVID-19

Recovered patients in DFW can donate their plasma to be used to boost others' immune systems.

UTSW Research Finds Potential Weakness in Coronavirus

Scientists are comparing the new virus to past epidemics SARS and MERS.

Identifying the Best Approach to Single Breast Reconstruction with UTSW

Their pre-surgery planning methods promote consistent post-op success.
Dr. Juan Pascual Portrait
Health & Medicine

The Doctor You See When Nothing Else Works

When every other diagnosis falls short, patients find their way to Dr. Juan Pascual and his Rare Brain Disorder Program. His secret: listening.