Health Industry Council to host Dec. 20 breakfast event


The Health Industry Council Foundation will host the breakfast event “Training the Next Generation of Physicians: Building the Empathetic Scholar” on Dec. 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC) campus in Fort Worth. The event will be held in the IREB Building on the second floor in room 230. Keynote speaker will be … Read More

Local physicians to start Supportive/Palliative Care interest group


A team of local physicians including Dr. Robert Fine of Baylor University Medical Center, Dr. Mary Paulk of UT Southwestern and Dr. Winnie Wang of UT Southwestern are planning to kick off a city-wide Supportive/Palliative Care interest group. The goal is to bring Palliative Medicine providers together from across the metroplex to meet four times a year. “We would love … Read More

ACU to host luncheon for area friends and stakeholders


Abilene Christian University (ACU) is hosting an Accreditation Luncheon tomorrow from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. at its local campus at 16633 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 800 in Addison. The ACU Board of Trustees, donors, administration, students, faculty and friends from the healthcare community are invited. The luncheon has been organized around ACU’s accreditation review by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing … Read More

Hall Render – Take heed Texas healthcare employers


The DFW Hospital Council is posting blogs submitted by our Associate Members. The following was provided by Hall Render. For guidelines, please contact Chris Wilson at The Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) is a federal law that establishes, among other things, when time spent by an employee is compensable. Because the Texas Payday Law defers to the FLSA on … Read More

DFWHC signs joint marketing agreement with Coker Group


IRVING, TX – The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) and Coker Group are pleased to announce a joint marketing agreement effective immediately. The partnership is expected to benefit the hospitals of North Texas by enhancing the value DFWHC offers its members through the wide range of advisory services and education provided by Coker Group. The partnership continues a long-standing DFWHC … Read More

DFWHC members to receive discount to online ACU classes


Members of the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) can now learn online for a 10 percent discount, thanks to a new partnership with the Abilene Christian University’s (ACU) new North Texas campus that opened in Addison in 2015. The growing demand for faith-based online graduate programs has prompted ACU to bring expanded degree offerings to North Texas. The degree programs include: … Read More

Univision details DFWHC’s “Growing Little Minds”


Univision 23 KUVN-TV Dallas detailed yesterday’s press conference at Parkland Health & Hospital System announcing the DFW Hospital Council’s infant brain development campaign “Growing Little Minds.” You can view the segment here.

DFWHC’s Steve Love and Mayor Rawlings interviewed on FOX 4


DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) President/CEO W. Stephen Love and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings were interviewed by FOX 4 News Anchor Lauren Przybyl this morning on Good Day for a story detailing the infant brain development campaign “Growing Little Minds.” The initiative kicked off this summer in North Texas in an effort to educate new parents on the importance of infant … Read More

Morning press conference kicks off DFWHC and City of Dallas initiative “Growing Little Minds”


Hospitals of the DFW Hospital Council and the City of Dallas today launched an initiative inspired by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings to encourage new parents to promote their child’s brain development. A press conference was held this morning at Parkland Health & Hospital System to announce “Growing Little Minds,” a free program that highlights simple steps that can be taken … Read More

Love interviewed for story detailing “Growing Little Minds”


DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) President/CEO W. Stephen Love was interviewed by State of Reform reporter JJ Lee for a story detailing the infant brain development campaign “Growing Little Minds.” The campaign kicked off earlier this month in North Texas in an effort to educate new parents on the importance of infant brain development during the first 12 months of a … Read More