Location Profile

Dallas, Texas

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Facility Location
Dallas, Texas
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Trauma Center
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Dallas, Texas. With its standard of excellent care and a large range of services for its patients, it’s one of the most trusted providers in the Lone Star state.

Community Overview

Dallas is the third-biggest city in Texas and the ninth-biggest in the country. Affordable with excellent schools, it attracts nearly 400 people each day. Whether you love exciting cultural options, thrilling sports events, or just enjoying a day kayaking under the beautiful wide Texas skies, you can find something to do in Dallas. Dallas is ranked among the top 20 places to live by U.S. News and World Report. The city is one of the fastest-growing places in the country, and consistently attracts new residents. The city features a great range of neighborhoods with downtown and uptown popular with those who want city living, while southern Dallas locales offer plenty of nature. With so many people and spots to visit, it’s no wonder that the city has a great developed transportation system. From the DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) system, to its bus routes, the city makes it easy to get around with ease.

Learn more about Dallas at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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The Dallas Independent School District covers most of the city and features more than 200 schools. This includes more than 150 elementary schools, 3 primary/secondary schools, 32 middle schools and 28 high schools. There’s also an early childhood development center available for students. The district is well-regarded and has several highly-ranked schools including The School for Talented and Gifted, which has been considered the best school in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Students enjoy advanced curriculum, digital technology and innovative teaching in the district. Many schools in the district require a uniform. Some students, depending on their location, may attend a school in the following districts: Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Duncanville, Garland, Highland Park, Mesquite, Plano, and Richardson.

Click here to read more about public schools in Dallas.
Click here to read about private schools in Dallas.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Dallas is a large shopping destination with plenty to browse and buy. From high-end shops like Chanel to locally-owned stores, Dallas is just bursting with shopping options. Highland Park Village is one of the premier shopping plazas and features luxury brands galore while West Village is an urban walkable spot with a mix of local and national stores. Even more shopping awaits at the NorthPark Center, Village on the Green and Galleria Dallas. Bargain seekers can’t miss the Simon Outlets, Grand Premium Outlets or Grapevine Mills -- each offers discounted merchandise for any taste and budget. When you’ve had your fill of shopping, take in all of the entertainment Dallas has to offer. Arts and culture fans don’t have to look far for great options. The Crow Collection of Asian Art is a rich selection of artwork from China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia. One of the best reasons to visit the Crow is to view the sculpture garden, 15 pieces nestled among bamboo, maples, pine trees and other plants. You can see even more sculpture from a variety of artists at the Nasher Sculpture Center or browse multiple mediums at the Dallas Museum of Art. The Dallas of Museum features more than 22,000 pieces of art that goes from B.C. to present day. You can even watch the museum workers restore classic works of art in the museum’s on-site restoration studio. Kids will love to explore through interactive exhibits at the Perot Musuem of Nature and Science, the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, or SPARK center. Even more fun is had at the Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Odditorium, the Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas Aquarium, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Children’s Aquarium at Fair Place. With so much to see and do in Dallas, we can’t possibly list it all. More than 20 movie theatres, countless music venues and fun creative tours are another way to enjoy a day in the city. And of course, sports fans can find plenty of entertainment, as the Cowboys, Mavericks, Rangers, and Stars each offer their own events.

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Crime Rate

The crime rate in Dallas makes the city safer than nearly 10% of the rest of the country. Crime is on a decline, and is currently at its lowest rate since the 1960’s. There are 2,900 officers on staff at the Dallas Police Department.

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