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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

8200 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX

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Hospital Bio

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas serves the communities of Dallas County with advanced medical treatments and an experienced staff that provides compassionate care. With a mission of improving the health of the people in the communities we serve, Texas Health Dallas and the physicians on its medical staff are committed to your well-being and the health and wellness of your family. We offer a range of advanced services such as hybrid operating rooms that incorporate advanced imaging devices. We're also recognized as a Magnet facility for excellence in nursing services.

Hospital Info

Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals

Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Private

Military Hospital: No

Awards/Certifications: Accredited by The Joint Commission, American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline® Bronze Plus Receiving Quality Achievement Award, Cycle IV Chest Pain Accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, Magnet Designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center

Teaching Hospital: Yes

Number of beds: 898

ICU beds: 127

Services At This Hospital

  • Advanced Surgical Procedures
  • Asthma Care
  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Behavioral Health
  • Cancer Care
  • Diabetes Care
  • Digestive Health
  • Emergency Department
  • Fitness Center
  • Heart and Vascular
  • Home Health
  • Neurosciences
  • Orthopedics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Sports Medicine
  • Women and Infants Care
  • Wound Care
4.4 review

Cardiovascular ICU (CVICU)

Cardiovascular ICU

PROS:

The night staff is very friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. The patient population is better than most as this is a private hospital.

CONS:

Management is not reliable, schedules are not honored, self scheduling is an illusion in this unit.

Neonatal ICU (NICU)

Three Stars

PROS:

Does working in a NICU and utilizing your experience matter to you? This unit does not utilize new, experienced nurses...the hospital in general is a good sustem to work for...just not this particular NICU to work in .

CONS:

None

Step-down

Three Stars

PROS:

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CONS:

None

Ambulatory Care

Five Stars

PROS:

It is a magnet hospital with a lot of value on the professional nurse. Voted a top 100 places to work. Support from upper management. Opportunities to grow in the Nurse education advancement and professional career ladder. Reimbursement for certification tests in specialties. Great benefits.

CONS:

None

Emergency Room (ER)

Five Stars

PROS:

Never a dull shift.

CONS:

None

Cardiovascular OR (CVOR)

Five Stars

PROS:

Great place to work! Really take care of their nurses!!

CONS:

None

Labor & Delivery (L&D)

Five Stars

PROS:

Great place to start out!

CONS:

None

Labor & Delivery (L&D)

Four Stars

PROS:

You will get called in on ur call shifts

CONS:

None

Telemetry

Three Stars

PROS:

?

CONS:

None

Obstetrics

Five Stars

PROS:

Take advantage of all of the free education. Learn how to work more than one unit. This is a great hospital to work for. You get great experience here. A lot of high risk pregnancies here. Busy Labor and Delivery.

CONS:

None

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