Texas Health Opportunites in DFW Area
The 369-bed hospital is an acute care and surgical facility that has served the Arlington community for more than 60 years. It is home to a 20-bed level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), private maternity suites, two cesarean birth suites, an antepartum area for high-risk pregnancies and educational classes for new parents.
Arlington is located in Tarrant County, Texas, and is home to nearly than 400,000 residents.
The local economy is powered by health care, education, tourism, retail, manufacturing, government services, banking, professional sports and financial services.
Arlington is served by the Arlington Municipal Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Metro Arlington Xpress (MAX) bus service, Trinity Railway Express and several major highways.
Arts and Entertainment
Arlington’s arts and culture scene includes Theatre Arlington, the Mainstage Theatre at UT Arlington, the Arlington Museum of Art, the Gallery at UT Arlington, the Planetarium Dome Theater at UT Arlington, Levitt Pavilion Arlington, Texas Hall and Symphony Arlington.
Other popular local attractions include Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor waterpark, the International Bowling Museum, the International Bowling Hall of Fame, Parks Mall, the Texas Live! mixed-use district, Downtown Arlington and more.
Arlington is home to several professional sports teams, including the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Wings.
The city offers plenty of outdoor recreation – including walking, running, cycling, hiking, fishing, skateboarding, disc golf and more – at the Richard Greene Linear Park, Arlington’s Sculpture Trail, River Legacy Parks, Crystal Canyon Natural Area, Lake Arlington, Rush Creek Linear Park, Veterans Park and Vandergriff Park.
Arlington hosts numerous events each year, such as KAABOO Texas, Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Texas, the Annual Arlington Turkey Trot, Enchant Christmas, Holiday Lights Parade, Texas Taco Festival, NYE Live! at Texas Live!, Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games, Art on the Greene, NewPlayFest, Light Up Arlington and EcoFest Arlington.
Arlington is served by the Arlington Independent School District, Mansfield Independent School District, Grand Prairie Independent School District, Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District and Kennedale Independent School District, as well as several private schools.
Institutions of higher education include the University of Texas at Arlington, Tarrant County College, Arlington Baptist College, Kaplan College, University of Phoenix and Ogle School.
Texas Health Frisco is a brand new facility opening in late 2019 which is expected to perform approximately 1,500 annual deliveries. The environment has been planned to be warm and welcoming, and the buildings are designed to utilize natural sunlight and local eco-friendly materials.
The care team will include nursing staff skilled in perinatal care including antepartum, labor and delivery, newborn nursery, postpartum and neonatal intensive care. Nurses are neonatal resuscitation provider certified.
Texas Health hospitals have been voted ‘the best place to have a baby’ in the North Texas area by local parent and child magazines.
Frisco is located in Collin and Denton counties in Texas, just 25 minutes north of Dallas. The city is home to more than 159,000 residents.
The city’s economy is powered by retail, education, technology, government, healthcare and pharmaceuticals.
Frisco is served by several major highways, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
Designated a “Tree City USA” by the National Arbor Day Foundation, Frisco offers no shortage of outdoor activities in its 1,300 acres of parks and 90 miles of trails.
Frisco’s arts and culture scene includes live musical performances and theatre, one of the state’s largest collections of outdoor public art, art galleries, museums, Central Park, Sci-Tech Discovery Center, Historic Downtown Frisco and Texas Sculpture Garden, to name a few.
Other thrilling local attractions include Canyons Rock Climbing Gym, Pole Position Raceway and iFly, an indoor skydiving experience.
The city is also home to five professional sports teams, including the Dallas Cowboys (NFL), FC Dallas (MLS), Frisco RoughRiders (Class AA affiliate of MLB’s Texas Rangers), Dallas Stars (NHL) and Texas Legends (D-League affiliate of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks).
Frisco hosts many popular events throughout the year, including Off the Rails Country Music Fest, Frisco Rotary Farmers Market and frequent sporting events.
The city is served by Frisco Independent School District, Lewisville Independent School District, Little Elm Independent School District and Prosper Independent School District, as well as several private schools.
Institutions of higher education include Collin College, Amberton University, Frisco ISD Career and Technology Education Center, UT Arlington MBA program, and University of North Texas’ New College at Frisco.