Partnering with you for a lifetime of health and well-being ™ As 2018 draws to a close, the Texas Health communications team has taken a look back at our favorite stories from the last 12 months.
“Family is very important to me,” explains George Humphrey, a 60-year-old grandfather from McKinney. “God and family — that’s my life.” That life had the potential to look very different for Humphrey and his family
Any baseball player knows a good throw or hit also involves careful follow-through. For one Granbury man, he found that follow-through is just as important in medical care as it is in sports. Tim Hatch
Claire McKibben, an 18-year-old from Arlington, has big dreams and aspirations for her future. But one thing this lifelong soccer player never expected was a future without sports or physical activity. That nightmare threatened to
For the past year, 17-year-old Karsyn Kimbrough has been on the sidelines recovering from a debilitating ACL injury, the longest she’s gone without playing soccer since she was four years old. An estimated 200,000 ACL
As 2017 draws to an end, Texas Health is taking a look back at our top ten favorite stories throughout the year. From babies dressed for Halloween to a nurse making the Dallas Cowboys cheerleading
When news broke that Grand Prairie-born celebrity Selena Gomez had undergone a kidney transplant earlier this year, many people were shocked since she had managed to keep it a secret for months. Something Gomez is
A tremor, slowed movement, rigid muscles, impaired posture or balance — all characteristic signs of Parkinson’s disease. But all of those telltale symptoms simply melt away once classically-trained concert pianist Lucien Leinfelder’s fingers hit the
They are there when families and patients need comfort beyond the valuable treatments a medical team can provide. They hold hands, they pray, they listen — and they provide the compassionate voice of health care.
Sophie Lanzel’s journey to success is well underway but, to continue, she needed to go back to where it first began. After 20 years, she and her mother, Matilda, returned to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital