eNewsletter
June 2019
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A Tipping Point of Change

A pilot project to address health disparities in an underserved area of Dallas County might be a step toward larger change to address how care is delivered in our community.

How? By talking to the community first.

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Support Lifesaving Care at Parkland

Just 12 days after an ATV accident, renowned chef Kent Rathbun was well enough to return home thanks to the lifesaving emergency care he received at Parkland.

Please give to help Parkland be there when people need us most.

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Healthy Behaviors that Last a Lifetime

Summer break is usually synonymous with too much TV, video games and unhealthy snacks.

To help combat these habits, Parkland hosts Camp CHAMPS, a series of day camps where physicians, educators, social workers and dietitians are on hand to teach families how to live healthy lifestyles in a fun and entertaining environment.

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The Ripple Effect of Healthy Choices

David Becker joined Parkland’s Smoking Cessation Program as a 32-year smoker determined to quit. Today, he appreciates the big and small benefits of kicking the habit.

“Making this one good decision has encouraged me to make other healthy decisions, and I am much better about addressing my other health needs,” he said.

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Return the Favor this Father's Day

Lessons from our parents often teach us how to treat others – those we love, those we cherish and those in need.

Give a gift that keeps on giving by donating to Parkland and sending an e-card this Father's Day at www.IStandforParkland.org/Tribute.

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