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    Your Name in New Parkland

    Include your name on the Community Display in the new hospital and be a part of the next chapter in our history. More than 30,000 daily visitors will see your name and know you stand for Parkland.

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    New Parkland Hospital Tour

    Our new video takes you inside, outside and on top of the new facility to show how it will improve care for generations to come.

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    New Parkland Dedication

    A dedication ceremony was held this spring for the new hospital, marking the next chapter in our mission to keep Dallas heathy.

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  • New Parkland Community Open House

    Thank You!

    Donors celebrate the new hospital and the successful fundraising campaign at a series grand opening events.

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  • I Play for Parkland

    Ready, Set, Play!

    I Play for Parkland event takes guests through The Game of Life in new Parkland to raise funds for the new hospital.

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Help us build the new Parkland hospital.

Together, we’ll build a brighter future for Dallas.

Meet Our Patients

Photo of PearlinePearline has lived in Dallas her entire life, receiving care at the old Parkland on Maple and Oak Lawn and at the current hospital. The mother of six children and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren is eager to witness the opening of the new hospital in August.

Meet Pearline

Parkland News

Mike A. Myers Sky Bridge

Mike A. Myers Sky Bridge at Parkland connects two generations of hospitals

Sky bridge will provide a safe and secure way to travel from one side of the campus to the other. Read more

Burn Camp Photo

Parkland’s Camp I-Thonka-Chi brings out the kid in everyone

Camp for kids with burns provides a place to interact with peers who have experienced similar injuries. Read more

Hatcher Station Clinic Photo

New community clinic opens at Hatcher Station

Located across from the DART station, the clinic will provide easy access and anticipates more than 75,000 patient visits a year. Read more