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A respected and recognized national leader, Baylor Health Care System is one of the largest, not-for-profit health care networks in the Southwest. Baylor employees work at 14 hospitals, more than 100 clinics, corporate offices and Baylor Research Institute. Learn more about the places that make up Baylor Health Care System.

There are many reasons why the best belong at Baylor. That's why our pursuit of excellence has earned us national acclaim and earned our hospitals and employees many awards and distinctions.

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas (BUMC)

  • 1,002 beds; Baylor's largest hospital
  • Level I trauma center, as well as a major patient care, teaching and research facility.
  • Earned the Magnet Award for Excellence in Nursing Services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
  • U.S. News & World Report's annual "America's Best Hospitals" guide has ranked BUMC among the nation's top hospitals in several medical specialties every year since 1992.
  • Nursing Professionals ranked BUMC in the magazine's list of the 100 best hospitals to work for in the United States in 2009. This list was voted on by nurses.
  • For the 13th consecutive year, BUMC has earned the Consumer Choice Award for the Dallas region, awarded by the National Research Corporation (NRC). This award is given to the hospitals that consumers have chosen as having the highest quality and image in 250 markets throughout the U.S.
  • The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations designated BUMC a Primary Stroke Center and granted the facility a Gold Seal of Approval™ for its Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) program.
  • The American Stroke Association has recognized the BUMC stroke program with a Gold Performance for success in using "Get With The Guidelines" to improve quality of care for stroke patients.
  • More information about Baylor University Medical Center

Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital (BHVH)

  • 64 beds, four operating suites, seven cath labs, four EP labs and a Community Resource Center
  • First hospital in North Texas dedicated solely to care and treatment of heart and vascular conditions
  • Received the Magnet Award for Excellence in Nursing Services from the American Nurses Credentialing Center in July 2007.
  • Awarded accreditation for computed tomography (CT) as the result of a recent survey by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The accreditation is given to facilities for the achievement of high practice standards after a peer-review evaluation of the practice.
  • Achieved the Summit Award for inpatient satisfaction
  • Recognized in Becker’s Hospital Review 2012 as Top 50 Hospitals with the Best Patient Ratings for quality in the country
  • Recipient of the 2011 VHA, Inc. Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence 
  • Recognized in the Joint Commission's 2011 annual report as a top performer on key quality measures
  • Made Becker's Hospital Review's 2011 "50 Physician-Owned Hospitals to Know" which recognizes high-performing leaders in patient care and clinical quality
  • Recipient of a 2010 Get With The Guidelines – Gold Performance Achievement Award, a quality award presented by the National Cardiovascular Data Registry
  • Recognized in 2009 and 2010 for having the lowest readmission rates in the United States for heart failure patients according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Recognized in Becker's Hospital Review for having a Great Cardiovascular Program. This recognition is given to hospitals with the highest distinctions and awards given from other organizations and publications for heart care. They also feature some of the most advanced technology, highest quality of care and best reputations in the specialty.
  • Offers revolutionary cardiac care
  • More information about BHVH

Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano

  • 130 beds; beautiful campus with hotel-like amenities and all private rooms
  • Earned the Magnet Award for Excellence in Nursing Services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
  • Earned the Pathway to Excellence award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which recognizes the hospital's practices, policies and procedures that allow nurses to practice safe, quality patient care and pursue a higher level of professional development and career satisfaction.
  • Ranked in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report as among the "Best Hospitals Metro Area" for Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Recognized in the Joint Commission's 2011 annual report as a top performer on key quality measures
  • First hospital in north Dallas and Collin County to offer minimally invasive robotic surgery through the FDA approved da Vinci Surgical System.
  • Baylor Scoliosis Center treats advanced spine deformities nationwide
  • Dedicated Oncology Unit opened in June 2007
  • More information about Baylor Plano

Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth

  • 550 beds
  • Transplant program offers liver, kidney and pancreas transplants and is on the leading edge of islet cell transplantation. Transplantation team performed its 550th transplant in December 2007. Baylor All Saints is the only hospital in Tarrant County to perform liver and pancreas transplants.
  • Ranked in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report as among the "Best Hospitals Metro Area" for Dallas/Fort Worth.
  • Named by Thomson Reuters 100 top U.S. hospitals study as among the best large community hospitals in 2011
  • The new four-story Paul and Judy Andrews Women's Hospital opened in March 2008 to serve women's health needs in the Tarrant County area. Encompassing nearly 190,000 square feet, the facility offers traditional maternity services, including Fort Worth's largest Level III neonatal ICU and a wide range of specialty services.
  • More information about Baylor All Saints

Baylor Medical Center at Garland

  • 270 beds; a small-town atmosphere in a large community
  • Offers a wide range of advanced medical care, including a Level III neonatal ICU and the third busiest Emergency Department in the Dallas-Fort Worth area – nearly 65,000 visits a year. Emergency Department expansion is planned.
  • Recently opened an Outpatient Imaging Center with digital mammography and breast MRI
  • Recent expansion added 50 patient beds, the Hartman Chapel, community resource center and a larger intensive care unit waiting area to make family members comfortable and enlarged the Heart and Vascular Center and admissions and registration department.
  • Ranked in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report as among the "Best Hospitals Metro Area" for Dallas/Fort Worth.
  • Named in 2011 by the Society of Chest Pain Centers as one of only six Accredited Heart Failure and Chest Pain Centers in Texas 
  • Recognized in the Joint Commission's 2011 annual report as a top performer on key quality measures
  • Completed $10.5 million emergency department (ED) renovation in August 2010. The project included extensive renovation of the existing 20,300 square feet and the addition of 4,300 square feet. The new ED features 35 private treatment rooms, dedicated radiology and laboratory services and rapid medical exam rooms.
  •  Received The Permanente Journal (TPJ) Service Quality Award for its "Post-visit Phone Calls in the Emergency Department" at the 2010 Institute for Health Care Improvement (IHI) National Forum.
  • More information about Baylor Garland

Baylor Medical Center at Irving

  • 300 beds; patient-centered, friendly, family-like atmosphere
  • Received the 2009 VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence for the hospital's national performance standards for clinical care. Baylor Irving was one of only two medical centers in Texas to receive this recognition.
  • Ranked in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report as among the "Best Hospitals Metro Area" for Dallas/Fort Worth.
  • Won the 2011 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE) from the Quality Texas Foundation
  •  Recipient of the 2010 Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) MAP Award for Higher Performance in Revenue Cycle. The award recognizes health care organizations that are innovative and effective in revenue cycle process improvements and patient satisfaction. Baylor Irving is one of only 10 hospitals in the country to receive the MAP Award in 2010.
  • Featuring advanced equipment including 64-slice CT and digital mammography and was the first hospital in the Metroplex to have Stereotaxis cardiology equipment
  • Recent $8 million renovation and remodel improved the flow and provides better patient experience
  • Offers the full spectrum of advanced oncology services, as well as physical medicine and rehab, orthopaedics (minimally invasive total joint replacement), weight management and sleep centers.
  • More information about Baylor Irving

Baylor Medical Center at Waxahachie

  • 70 beds; small community hospital with the sophistication of services that Baylor is known for
  • Serving a large market area, the Emergency Department is one of Baylor's busiest, with 40,000 visits a year
  • Earned the Pathway to Excellence award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which recognizes the hospital's practices, policies and procedures that allow nurses to practice safe, quality patient care and pursue a higher level of professional development and career satisfaction
  • Named by Thomson Reuters 100 top U.S. hospitals study as among the best small community hospitals in 2011 
  • Full-service Imaging Center opened in Red Oak in 2006
  • Sleep Center opened on the hospital campus in 2008
  • More information about Baylor Waxahachie

Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine

  • 230 beds; full service hospital serving 10 counties
  • Earned the Magnet Award for Excellence in Nursing Services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center
  • Earned the Pathway to Excellence award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which recognizes the hospital's practices, policies and procedures that allow nurses to practice safe, quality patient care and pursue a higher level of professional development and career satisfaction.
  • Recognized in the Joint Commission's 2011 annual report as a top performer on key quality measures
  • Selected as a recipient of the 2009 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE) which is awarded by The Quality Texas Foundation.
  • Received full Chest Pain Center Accreditation with PCI (percutaneous coronary intervention) from the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC) in 2008
  • Performed 500th open heart surgery in 2007
  • Women's Services delivered more than 3,500 babies and includes a Level III neonatal ICU
  • Emergency Department expansion in 2007 doubled its size to 23,000 square feet and added seven beds
  • Addition of 40 medical/surgical beds by the end of 2009 will include dedicated oncology beds
  • More information about Baylor Grapevine 

Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth

Baylor Specialty Hospital (BSH)

  • 90 beds in three locations – Dallas, Irving and Garland
  • Family-oriented work environment
  • Long-term acute care facility allows staff to build relationship with patients and their families
  • Awarded Quality Texas Award for operational excellence
  • More information about BSH

Our Children's House at Baylor (OCH)

  • 55 beds; only pediatric specialty hospital in the Southwest and only pediatric site in the Baylor Health Care System
  • Care provided includes teaching and transition to home of patients from the NICU and other medical facilities; specialties are tracheostomy and ventilator training, therapy and rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury patients and feeding program
  • Day programs for feeding and traumatic brain injury patients as well as outpatient therapy at eight outpatient therapy facilities.
  • Prides itself on being a family-friendly facility, making patients and visitors feel at home.
  • More information about OCH 

THE HEART HOSPITAL Baylor Plano (THHBP) 

  • 70 beds, all in private suites similar to luxury hotel suites; each suite converts to an intensive care unit environment if needed
  • Earned the Pathway to Excellence award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which recognizes the hospital's practices, policies and procedures that allow nurses to practice safe, quality patient care and pursue a higher level of professional development and career satisfaction.
  • Received the Magnet Award for Excellence in Nursing Services from the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2011
  • Awarded the Press Ganey's Summit Award for their patient satisfaction results. THHBP remained above 95th percentile for three consecutive years in each reporting area.
  • Recognized in Becker’s Hospital Review 2012 as Top 50 Hospitals with the Best Patient Ratings for quality in the country
  • Recipient of the 2011 VHA, Inc. Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence 
  • Recognized in the Joint Commission's 2011 annual report as a top performer on key quality measures
  • Made Becker's Hospital Review's 2011 "50 Physician-Owned Hospitals to Know" which recognizes high-performing leaders in patient care and clinical quality
  • Recipient of a 2010 Get With The Guidelines – Gold Performance Achievement Award, a quality award presented by the National Cardiovascular Data Registry
  • Won three awards at the American Heart Association Scientific Session 2010 conference for work in advancing the care of heart failure and coronary artery disease patients
  • Second busiest cardiothoracic surgery program in North Texas region
  • Press Ganey patient satisfaction scores rank in top 1% nationwide
  • New expansion planned to add 60 beds, one additional cardiac catheterization lab, electrophysiology (EP) lab and two operating rooms
  • More information about THHBP 

Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton

  • 237-bed acute care facility
  • Level III neonatal intensive care unit
  • Received the 2007 Texas Healthcare Quality Improvement Award of Excellence from the Texas Medical Foundation Health Quality Institute, the Medicare Quality Improvement organization for Texas
  • Certified Surgical Weight Loss Program by the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) as a Center of Excellence in Bariatric Surgery
  • More information about Baylor Carrollton

Baylor Medical Center at McKinney 

  • Opened in July 2012
  • The 95-bed, full-service hospital serves the more than 128,000 residents in McKinney and surrounding communities. 
  • The new medical center provides leading medical care and advanced technology in all treatment areas including women's services, labor and delivery, NICU, cardiovascular care, and emergency care.
  • We employee a great team of care givers who are passionately committed to serving our patients, their families, our community, our physicians and each other. 
  • More information about Baylor McKinney

If you are interested in a physical medicine/rehabilitation position at Our Children’s House at Baylor, Baylor Specialty Hospital, Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton, or THE HEART HOSPITAL Baylor Plano, search for listings on the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation page of this website.

Baylor has partnered with a nationally known therapy organization to deliver therapy services at Baylor facilities located in Fort Worth, Dallas (Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation and Baylor University Medical Center), Garland, Irving, Frisco, Mesquite, Grapevine, Plano, Dallas, and Waxahachie. To apply for an inpatient or outpatient job opening at one of these facilities, visit http://careers.bir-rehab.com/JobListings.aspx.