Texas Health Opportunites in DFW Area
The 304-bed hospital is an acute care and surgical facility that has served the Tarrant County community since 1973.
Delivering more than 1,900 babies each year, it is home to a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), private birthing suites, maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk pregnancies and educational classes for new parents.
It is a designated “Baby-Friendly” facility by WHO and UNICEF.
Bedford is located in Tarrant County, Texas, between Dallas and Fort Worth. It is home to more than 49,000 residents.
The local economy is powered by healthcare, insurance, retail and government services.
Bedford is served by several highways and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
Bedford’s Cultural District is home to ONSTAGE in Bedford live theater, outdoor concerts, an art gallery and several historical sights.
Residents and visitors enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in the city’s eight diverse parks, Boys Ranch Activity Center and the Bedford Splash Family Aquatic Center.
The city hosts numerous events each year, including Bedford 4thFest, Arts Fest, Bedford Labor Day Blues and BBQ Festival, Twilight Thursdays, Dog Days of Summer and weekly farmers markets.
Bedford is served by the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District and several private schools.
Nearby institutions of higher education include Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, University of Dallas, North Lake College, Tarrant County College, Southern Methodist University, Arlington Baptist College, El Centro College, Dallas Baptist University, Brookhaven College, Messenger College, Dallas Christian College, Mountain View College, Wade College and Remington College.
Fort Worth, Texas
The hospital, part of the Texas Health Resources system, provides 1,900 annual deliveries and sees 1,400 annual triage patients.
Fort Worth is located in North Central Texas. It is the 17th-largest city in the United States and the fifth-largest in Texas, with a population of nearly 778,000. The city is conveniently located 17.5 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Aeronautics, military, education, corporate headquarters, government and healthcare comprise the majority of Fort Worth's economy.
Arts and Entertainment
Known as the "City of Cowboys and Culture," Fort Worth celebrates its frontier western heritage as well as the arts. The city has five distinct entertainment districts within three miles of each other:
- Sundance Square: Located in downtown Fort Worth, this 35-block shopping and entertainment district is home to live theater, shopping, festivals, concerts and more.
- Stockyards National Historic District: This homage to the Old West includes the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Texas-themed dining and shopping, a rodeo, saloons, a honky-tonk and more than 25 shops and galleries.
- Cultural District: West of downtown, this area is home to five nationally recognized museums in a beautiful park-like setting.
- West 7th District: This area is a popular new urban development home to boutiques, nightlife and high-concept restaurants.
- Southside/Magnolia District: A district that features historic homes, farm-to-table restaurants, a brewery, a whiskey distillery, art and performances by local musicians.
Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Fort Worth's hiking and biking trails, golf courses, watersports, gardens and more.
Forth Worth is home to public and private elementary and secondary schools, as well as several higher education institutions. These include Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, University of Texas at Arlington, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the Art Institute of Forth Worth and the University of North Texas Health Science Center, to name a few.
The 129-bed hospital is a not-for-profit acute care and surgical center that has served the Waxahachie community since 1914. It is home to six private delivery rooms, 11 post-partum rooms, and two surgical suites for Caesarean sections.
Waxahachie is located in Ellis County, Texas. It is home to more than 32,000 residents and is located just south of the Dallas suburbs.
The local economy is powered by industry, education, distribution and retail.
Dallas is served by Mid-Way Regional Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
Popular Waxahachie attractions include the historic downtown district, Scarborough Renaissance Festival, the annual Gingerbread Trail Festival, Richardsonian Romanesque courthouse, Children's Museum of Waxahachie, Ellis County Museum, Munster Mansion, Waxahachie Downtown Farmers Market, Waxahachie Community Theatre and more.
The city is served by the Waxahachie Independent School District, a public charter school and several private schools.
Institutions of higher education include Southwestern Assemblies of God University and Navarro College.