May 2019
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Parkland takes care where it’s needed most

With 23% of Dallas County’s 2.6 million residents uninsured and 17.7% of residents living under the federal poverty level, community health centers in neighborhoods throughout the community are critical to keeping Dallas healthy.

Helping Dallas County residents like Crystal receive high-quality, affordable and accessible medical care close to home is the goal of Parkland’s Community Oriented Primary Care program.

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Sonia receives compassionate care close to home

Sonia doesn’t know what she would do without Parkland. Since 2002, she has successfuly managed multiple medical conditions with the help of her trusted caregivers at Vickery Meadows Health Center.

“Parkland has been the place that I can come to and be seen,” said Sonia. “Without it I’d be lost. I wouldn’t know where to go or what to do. I’m glad I have it.”

Sonia's Story
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Leaders recognized with Community First Award

Thirteen dynamic leaders in the Dallas community have been recognized with the Community First Award: Sponsored by Parkland Foundation.

The 2019 class is the second to be honored with the award, created to shine a light on individuals who use their time and talent to help their neighbors in need.

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Parkland program asks "Did you take you meds?"

The American Diabetes Association says that nearly 50% of patients with type 2 diabetes fail to successfully manage their blood sugar levels.

An innovative pilot program called Parkland Score for Adherence to Medication is streamlining how physicians know if their patients are getting the medicine they need and whether it’s working to help them manage their diabetes.

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A gift that gives back

Stand for Parkland by making a gift in honor of someone you cherish.

Whether in celebration of reaching a milestone or a simple 'thank you', your gift will help Parkland keep Dallas healthy today, tomorrow and for generations to come.

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