Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas Celebrates a Quarter Century of Being Nationally Ranked!
Baylor Dallas marked 25 consecutive years of being ranked in the U.S. News & World Report annual “America’s Best Hospitals” guide – a feat no other North Texas hospital can claim!
- Ear, Nose & Throat (#41)
- Gastroenterology/GI Surgery (#29)
- #2 Hospital in D/FW
- #3 Hospital in Texas
- Aortic Valve Surgery
- Cancer Care
- Colon Cancer Surgery
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Heart Bypass Surgery
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Lung Cancer Surgery
Valve Program Celebrates 600 TAVR Procedures
Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital (BHVH) has performed 600 transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures since the program began in 2011. “As patients live longer, more with aortic stenosis will need treatment. With CMS and FDA approval of intermediate risk, more patients with aortic stenosis can be treated less invasively with TAVR,” says Robert Stoler, MD, Medical Director of Cardiology and Medical Director of Catheterization Lab.
BHVH’s Center for Valve Disorders and the team of specialists on the medical staff are involved in international and national research and clinical trials for TAVR and aortic stenosis treatments and is one of the top volume programs in the region.
Candlelight Vigil Marks the Dallas Shooting Anniversary
On July 7, Baylor Dallas staff gathered to recognize those who lost their lives in the 2016 shooting and to support those still living with the pain and impacts of that night.
They hosted a candlelight vigil in the ED ambulance bay where grief had gripped so many the year prior. Baylor Dallas staff – many of whom were on duty that night – gathered to honor and thank all the law enforcement officers and first responders they work alongside every day and night. Click here to view a WFAA Channel 8 news story about it.
In Memoriam: Louis Sloan, MD
Dr. Louis Sloan, an infectious disease specialist, passed away on June 23, 2017. Dr. Sloan completed both his residency and fellowship at Baylor Dallas, and was a highly regarded physician on the Baylor Dallas medical staff throughout his entire career.
In addition to being a beloved physician who frequently volunteered his services to HIV/AIDS causes, he was a devoted father and husband and known for being exceptionally compassionate and kind to others.