UT Southwestern’s new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital opened its doors on December 6, 2014, transforming the opportunities for medical care in North Texas. Clements University Hospital has been designed to enhance the experience of our patients and their families and to support our physicians and other caregivers in delivering safe, effective, and compassionate care to all who come to us for help. This facility is more than just a new hospital. Designed with the involvement and input of hundreds of health care professionals, patients, and community friends, it is a is a place where UT Southwestern’s missions of compassionate care, research, and education come together to serve our patients and advance human health.
Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals
Ownership: Government - State
Military Hospital: No
Awards/Certifications: Press Ganey's Pinnacle of Excellence Award, 2014 Press Ganey Beacon of Excellence Award, Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission, Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, National Research Consultants' Five Star National Excellence Award
Teaching Hospital: Yes
Number of beds: 460
Services At This Hospital
- Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Emergency Care
- General Surgery
- and Vascular Disease
- Liver Disease
- Orthopaedic Surgery
- Neonatal Intensive Care
- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Solid Organ Transplantation
It's been pretty good.
Pay, learning experiences, diversity, complex patient population, multidisciplinary teams, the hospital is in the heart of dallas and easily accessible from a variety of fun neighborhoods.
Nurses gave bad patient care along with dr
Worked through agency's pay was. Good and close to home kept me working alot the patients where very nice got a lot of experience in different areas worked in ER a few times
Bad facility patients not getting good care lots did not get the help they truely needed
Neurology ICU (Neuro ICU)
This unit is like a family
Scheduling is hard, we get moved around a lot but coworkers are usually good about switching each other around. Current managers that are staying are really kind and knowledgable. The unit is Very big on team work.
Doctors with neurology and neurosurgery are great but some of the stroke team are inconsiderate and like to disagree with other doctors in front of patients.
Operating Room (OR)
It is a great place to work, and they require a lot of you in terms of skills. There is always teaching opportunities and overall is a very pleasant environment
Home Health (Hospice)
I will have to think about it
Pulmonary (Respiratory, Asthma)
Its a wonderful hospital that provides you with tons of experience