Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


DALLAS, TX 75231

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Dallas County, TX.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


I recently had to go to the ER at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas and got admitted. It was an out of network situation since I was visiting Dallas and got sick. My insurance paid 70% of billed charges which is an incredible rate in today’s healthcare world. They are balance billing for 100% of charges. This is absolutely wrong. In addition, the last 24 hours of the stay was due to a piece of malfunctioning equipment. They have charged for that portion of the stay as well. I also find it interesting that the medical records do not reflect this issue. (in the last week)

Ira H. was quite helpful in admissions. We laughed and joked and he was super fast with my paper work. My main Nurse, Susie, is the truth. Very professional, knowledgeable, friendly, kind...etc. In fact all the service was professional. The hospital is clean the location is good. And the decorations are gorgeous. The view from my window was worth capturing. 2 thumbs up for everybody... especially floor #2 (2 months ago)

I needed to go to the ER. I couldn’t have asked for better care as soon as I walked in the door. Caspar checked me in quickly and handled all of the paperwork efficiently and very friendly. Aaron R was thoughtful enough to insert my IV needle where I could still read while waiting. Cynthia was a very kind, caring, and empathetic nurse that took care of my needs for most of the day. Dr Trejo managed to get me examined quickly and, after all of the tests, answered all of my questions. If you have to spend a day st the hospital, these are the type people you’d want caring for you! (a month ago)

One knows the dynamics any given ER any given hour can be very diverse. The efficiency demonstrated here in need of tuning. At least it looked that way. Staff was cordial at check in and throughout but in 3 hours time only a few ever got called back to treatment rooms and it was I who helped a male nurse and a smaller female nurse lift a patient in full seizure arrest onto a stretcher roller bed. While three other rns stood and watched. Not impressed the concern demonstrated by several staff. I saw what I saw. Not an opinion. Just exactly what happened as bystanders also scurried to get away from the dude in distress. (a week ago)

Yesterday took my daughter because she's pregnant they done a ultrasound and told her she had a abnormal pregnancy and the doctor wanted to give her injection because they were saying couldn't see the ssc or yoke in ultrasound and that she had a miscarriage told them she was not getting injection that we were getting a second opinion. They never put my daughter in a room we were in the waiting room for about 6 hours. So I took her to medical city of plano and they told my daughter that she was 5 weeks pregnant and baby and her are fine. (in the last week)

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