“Human Side of Health Care” interviews guests from Texas Health, Parkland and Cancer Support Community

02/10/2020

Episode six of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday, February 2 on KRLD 1080 AM. Guest stars included: • Dr. Glenn Hardesty, Director of the Physician Leadership Council at Texas Health Resources; • Kellie Rodriguez, Director of the Global Diabetes Program at Parkland Health & Hospital System; • and … Read More

“Human Side of Health Care” interviews guests from Parkland, Baylor Scott & White and Cook Children’s

01/27/2020

Episode four of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday, January 26 on KRLD 1080 AM. Guest stars included: • Dr. Phillip Huang, Director of Dallas County Health and Human Services; • Kellie Rodriguez, Director of the Global Diabetes Program at Parkland Health & Hospital System; • Dr. Don Sewell, … Read More

Community health projects to highlight Sunday’s “The Human Side of Healthcare”

01/24/2020

From Faith in Action initiatives at Baylor Scott & White to diabetes awareness at Parkland, a variety of community health projects will highlight Sunday’s edition of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care.” The broadcast will air on KRLD 1080 AM at 1:00 p.m. It’s a loaded lineup, with guest stars including: • Dr. … Read More

YMCA Dallas – Healthcare Partnership to Impact Communities

03/03/2017

The DFW Hospital Council is posting blogs submitted by our Associate Members. The following was provided by YMCA Dallas. For guidelines, please contact Chris Wilson at [email protected] YMCAs, healthcare providers and other community organizations across the country are increasingly finding new ways to collaborate to address the health of their community members. The “Y” aims to improve the nation’s health … Read More

DMN story reveals overall Texas numbers on health

12/10/2015

In a story penned this morning by The Dallas Morning News reporter Karen Robinson-Jacobs, a composite index of more than 20 factors in America’s Health Rankings revealed Texas ranked 34th in overall health, down from 31st in 2014. Released by the United Health Foundation, the report showed Texas had one of the largest declines among U.S. states for 2015. You … Read More