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Community Involvement 

Our Ministry of Healing

For 110 years, Baylor Health Care System has existed to be a Christian ministry of healing and to serve all people through exemplary health care, education, research and community services. This includes providing care to those without health coverage or the means to pay. As a not-for-profit health system, Baylor uses revenue over expenses to improve the health of the community. Our business is healing and we have positioned ourselves in Dallas/Fort Worth as not only a provider of quality health care, but as a business that truly cares about people.

How We Identify Community Health Needs

It's important for Baylor to be aware of the health status of the community to provide the greatest benefit to those in need. Through a community health needs assessment, we identify areas of need where we can extend a helping hand.

Learn More About the Needs of Our Community

How We Respond to Community Health Needs

At Baylor, we are committed to enhancing the health of the communities we serve through outreach efforts focused on quality, compassionate care. By investing in valuable programs and services for the uninsured, underserved and most at-risk populations, Baylor is building healthier communities and strengthening lives in North Texas.

Learn More About Our Community Outreach

Baylor Scott & White Stories

Members of the Baylor Scott & White Health family bring hope and smiles to patients and their families every day. Our employees are the heart of our organization. We've begun a tradition of collecting their stories of hope, healing and caring to share and inspire others to lead lives of service and compassion. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Read Our NEW 2014 Baylor Scott & White Stories

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