Texas Health Resources

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Texas Health Resources
Type non-profit
Industry Health care
Genre Health Care System
Founded 1997
Headquarters Arlington, TX, USA
Area served North Texas
Services Hospital and health care services
Employees 21,100 at fully owned/operated facilities, plus 1,400 at consolidated joint ventures
Subsidiaries Texas Health Harris Methodist
Texas Health Arlington Memorial
Texas Health Presbyterian
Texas Health Huguley
Website http://www.texashealth.org/

Texas Health Resources (THR) is a non-profit company that operates a network of hospitals and related health facilities in the North Texas region of the United States. It is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States, and the largest in North Texas in terms of patients served.[1] Its mission statement is "To improve the health of the people in the communities we serve."

There are 25 acute-care, transitional, rehabilitation and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with Texas Health Resources, including 17 acute-care hospitals, 6 short-stay hospitals, 1 transitional care hospital and 1 rehabilitation hospital.

History[edit]

A leadership team formed the system in 1997 with the assets of Fort Worth-based Harris Methodist Health System and Dallas-based Presbyterian Healthcare Resources. Later that year, Arlington Memorial Hospital joined the Texas Health system. Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South joined in 2012.[2]

Hospitals[edit]

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance
  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital
  • Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital Arlington (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Outpatient Center Burleson
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne
  • Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Outpatient Center Craig Ranch
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton
  • Texas Health Surgery Center Denton (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Center for Diagnostics & Surgery Plano (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake (Joint Venture)
  • Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth
  • Texas Health Specialty Hospital
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ Sherman (Joint Venture)

Other Joint Venture facilities[edit]

  • Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas
  • USMD Hospital at Arlington
  • USMD Hospital at Fort Worth

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Texas Health Resources, "Body, mind and spirit: 2012 Stewardship Report"
  2. ^ Texas Health Resources, "Facts about Texas Health Resources"