Medical City Dallas is a hospital located at 7777 Forest Lane, just west of North Central Expressway (US 75), in north Dallas, Texas (USA). It is operated by Hospital Corporation of America
Medical City opened its doors after Dr. Frank Seay cut the ribbon that opened Medical City Dallas Hospital to the residents of the community on October 2, 1974. The 12-story, 367-bed hospital had 78 physicians on the medical staff and enough staff to care for an 85 percent occupancy rate. All entities in the facility, including the hospital, physician offices, retail areas and other services are tenants of the Limited Partnership formed at Medical City's inception.
Patient's Guide to Joint Replacement Surgery at Medical City Dallas Hospital
Medical City Roar Contest Lipdub
This video was created by child life specialists, doctors, nurses, cancer survivors and their families at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas in Septe...
Woman Who Came Back From Death Reunited with Paramedics, Medical City Dallas Hospital Team
Angela Perkins thanks paramedics, physicians, nurses and co-workers who saved her life. Medical City honored them with the Medical City Lifesavers Award. KXA...
Medical City Dallas Hospital performs first robotic, single-site hysterectomy
Medical City surgeon Dr. Thomas Heffernan performed the first single-site robotic hysterectomy on May 9, 2013. The minimally invasive surgery leaves nearly n...
Questcare Emergency Medicine - Medical City Dallas Hospital
Matt Bush, MD explains the benefits of working for Questcare in the ER at Medical City Dallas Hospital.
Flu Cases Jump at Medical City Dallas Hospital
The Medical City Emergency Department is seeing a big jump in flu cases. The hospital is encouraging patients' friends and family not to visit if they are si...
Albinism Families Meet at Medical City Children's Hospital
This story originally aired in its entirety on Channel 33 in Dallas on Saturday, June 22, 2013. Families of children and adults diagnosed with albinism came ...
Medical City Dallas Hospital Offers Health Tips Before Surgery
Before seeking surgery, getting a second opinion can help reduce the risk of complications. WFAA's Gloria Campos explains why.
Conjoined Twin Boys Successfully Separated At Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas
When Dave and Jenni Ezell first found out their twin sons were conjoined, they considered terminating the pregnancy. The couple was initially told even if th...
Medical City Dallas Hospital Doctors and Nurses on WFAA
This story aired in its entirety on WFAA, Channel 8, on January 11, 2013 in Dallas.
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 08:00:00 -0700
Dozens of doctors are trained in robotic surgery at Medical City Dallas hospital. Courtesy Photo. Medical City Dallas Get Directions - 7777 Forest Ln. Dallas. Going under the knife always involves a certain element of risk, but a new surgical robot is ...
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 13:12:44 -0700
Two conjoined twins separated at Medical City Children's Hospital last August are celebrating their first birthday in the comfort of their home. Owen and Emmett Ezell moved home in June, and the hospital reports the boys are showing signs of ...
Becker's Hospital Review
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 10:16:29 -0700
Dr. Berrett has served as president of the 866-bed hospital since 2010, before which he served as president and CEO of Medical City Dallas Hospital. Sydney Bersante, RN, is president of St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, Wash. Ms. Bersante has served ...
Tue, 01 Jul 2014 15:00:55 -0700
"It's a hormone test that can tell you a patient's egg supply," says Dr. Noel Peng, a reproductive endocrinologist at Medical City Dallas Hospital. "It can't tell you exactly how many eggs are left, but it can tell you if there is an adequate or ...
Newswise (press release)
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 09:55:14 -0700
A 17-year night shift nurse, Brunson is the night shift supervisor in the cardiovascular ICU at Medical City Dallas Hospital, a position she has held since 2007. As a nurse researcher, Brunson has led studies to determine which interventions post ...
Waterbury Republican American
Sat, 05 Jul 2014 15:07:30 -0700
Tattoos can also prevent the early detection of skin cancer, says Peter Beitsch, a surgeon specializing in melanoma at Medical City Dallas Hospital. The ink can camouflage changes in asymmetry, borders, color and diameter, the "ABCDs" of melanoma ...
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