Texas Health Resources

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Texas Health Resources
IndustryHealth care
GenreHealth Care System
Area served
North Texas
Key people
Barclay Berdan, Chief Executive Officer
ServicesHospital and health care services
Number of employees
More than 24,000 at wholly owned/operated facilities, plus 2,200 at consolidated joint ventures
SubsidiariesTexas Health Harris Methodist
Texas Health Arlington Memorial
Texas Health Presbyterian
Texas Health Huguley

Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas in terms of inpatients and outpatients served. The health system includes Texas Health Physicians Group and hospitals under the banners of Texas Health Presbyterian, Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Harris Methodist and Texas Health Huguley. Texas Health has affiliated with numerous organizations — from all aspects of the health care industry — to better serve the more than 7 million residents of North Texas. These relationships, along with other major initiatives and quality programs, are supported by Texas Health's more than 350 points of access, 24,000 employees and 6,000 physicians with active staff privileges, with the collective aim to provide employers and consumers in North Texas with more affordable, high-quality and better-coordinated care. Their vision is "partnering with you for a lifetime of health and well-being."

Texas Health has 29 hospital locations - including acute-care, short-stay, behavioral health, rehabilitation and transitional care facilities - that are owned, operated or joint-ventured with Texas Health Resources along with more than 350 outpatient facilities, satellite emergency rooms, surgery centers, fitness centers, imaging centers and other community access points including Texas Health Physician Group clinics, doctors' offices, sleep medicine clinics, and Minute Clinics. In 2020, Fortune magazine ranked Texas Health Resources at number 15 on their Fortune List of the Top 100 Companies to Work For in 2020 based on an employee survey of satisfaction,[1] rising to #7 in 2021. [2]


Texas Health was formed 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.[3]

In May 2016, Adeptus Health reached an agreement with Texas Health Resources in which it rebranded 27 First Choice Emergency Rooms, and all of the FCERs in Dallas–Fort Worth, under the Texas Health name.[4] However, the facilities were closed thereafter and the properties sold to other entities.

Service Area[edit]

Texas Health's points of access serve more than 7 million residents in 18 counties throughout the North Texas region: Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Grayson, Hamilton, Henderson, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Somervell, Tarrant, and Wise.

Texas Health Facilities[edit]


All hospitals managed by Texas Health Resources, whether solely or via joint venture, are branded as Texas Health followed by the location (unless otherwise specified below).

Behavioral Health Centers[edit]

All behavioral health centers managed by Texas Health Resources, whether solely or via joint venture, are branded as Texas Health Behavioral Health Center followed by the location (unless otherwise specified below).

  • Alliance
  • Allen
  • Arlington (operates two centers near Texas Health Arlington Memorial, one as named above and the other named Behavioral Health only)
  • Dallas (operates two centers near Texas Health Dallas, one as named above and the other named Behavioral Health only)
  • Flower Mound
  • Fort Worth
  • Frisco
  • HEB (branded as Springwood Behavioral Health)
  • Huguley Fort Worth South (branded as a hospital)
  • Mansfield (branded as Recovery & Wellness Center)
  • Plano (branded as Seay Behavioral Health)
  • Prosper
  • Richardson
  • Rockwall
  • Southlake
  • Southwest Fort Worth
  • Uptown Dallas

Neighborhood Care & Wellness Centers[edit]

Each center provides a multitude of services, such as emergency care, advanced imaging, a fitness center and physician offices.

  • Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Burleson
  • Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Prosper
  • Texas Health Neighborhood Care & Wellness Willow Park


  1. ^ Jessica Snouwaert. "The 25 best companies to work for, based on employee satisfaction". Business Insider. Retrieved April 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "Texas Health Resources | 2021 100 Best Companies". Fortune. Retrieved 2021-11-30.
  3. ^ "About Texas Health Resources - Hospital System in North Texas". www.texashealth.org.
  4. ^ Hethcock, Bill (May 11, 2016). "Texas Health Resources and First Choice ER Operator Adeptus Health Join Forces". Dallas Business Journal. Retrieved September 23, 2016.
  5. ^ "Texas Health Huguley adding four-story patient tower". Fort Worth Business Press. 2021-07-30. Retrieved 2022-07-11.
  6. ^ Maddox, Will (2020-12-04). "Now Open: Texas Health Mansfield". D Magazine. Retrieved 2022-07-11.

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