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May 2020
Healthcare has a new home in Red Bird

Imagine a place where you can go to work, do some shopping and visit the doctor – all within a few steps from each other.

That’s the vision behind a new development bringing Parkland’s quality, compassionate care close to home for residents in the Red Bird neighborhood.

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Community generosity boosts Parkland’s COVID-19 response

More than $3.5 million in philanthropic gifts have been committed to Parkland Foundation to support the Public Health Preparedness Fund.

In addition to helping Parkland respond to the current pandemic, the fund will build capacity for Parkland to make an immediate impact locally when the next public health emergency arises.

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Thank Dallas Healthcare Heroes

Parkland Foundation has been selected as the beneficiary of the Dallas Healthcare Heroes campaign, presented by Energy Transfer and developed by DHD Films.

For every video submitted, Energy Transfer will donate $50 to Parkland’s Public Health Preparedness Fund, up to a total of $100,000! You and your family can help by visiting www.DallasHealthcareHeroes.com to submit a short video expressing thanks to a healthcare professional.

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How the CARES Act may affect you

The current pandemic has brought into sharp focus how deeply we depend on one another to act for a greater common good. The CARES Act can help in our collective mission to keep Dallas healthy.

Read this special message from Kent C. Weimer, CAP®, director of trusts, estates and gift planning at Parkland Foundation.

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Patients like Margaret are counting on us

While our caregivers are treating COVID-19 cases, they are also continuing to treat victims of traumatic injuries like Margaret, families in need of preventive care and people suffering from the impacts of chronic illnesses.

We need your help to keep our community healthy today and for the greatest needs that lie ahead. 

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Meet Dolores Diaz

The Dallas Morning News: Dolores Diaz was enjoying a day off in March when a colleague called with a life-changing assignment.

The team of nurses Diaz manages was being asked to lead Parkland Hospital & Health System’s coronavirus drive-through testing site — the first of its kind in North Texas.

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