Location Profile

Irving, Texas

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Facility Location
Irving, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Irving, Texas and one of the largest healthcare providers in the area. More than 100 physicians work for the facility, and the company offers a wide range of treatments and specialties including women's health, children's care, urgent and emergency care. The facility has even been named one of the best in the nation by Becker's Hospital Review.

Community Overview

Located in the heart of Texas right next to Dallas, Texas, Irving is one of the most exciting cities in the Lone Star State. It's also one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. Irving attracts young professionals and families due to its diversity, abundant arts and culture, and down-home hospitality. Irving is a bustling city nestled right between Dallas, Texas, and Fort Worth, Texas. The area is thriving with activity and growth, and living here puts you in the middle of everything. Although there's plenty to see and do in Irving, just a short drive lets you experience even more arts, culture, sports, and recreation.

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

Cost of Living


The Irving Independent School District serves most of the public schools in the area, with a few schools run by a nearby school district. Irving ISD features over 33,000 students and consists of 3 Pre-K schools, 20 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 5 high schools. The district is rated above average, and despite its size, offers a low student-teacher of 15 to 1. Irving ISD is known for its academics and offers a challenging and engaging curriculum for its students. Several of the district's schools have been named National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, and 5 of the high schools have been recognized by U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. There are also 20 private schools located in Irving.

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Getting around in the area is a breeze thanks to the Dallas Area Rapid Transportation (DART), a light rail and bus system.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Irving's shopping destinations offer a bit of everything for any budget. As the home of multiple boutiques and specialty shops, it's a great place to buy a piece of Texas in home decor, art, and other merchandise. The Irving Mall features shops like Macy's, The Children's Place, and Dillard's, while downtown's Heritage District features antique shops and boutiques. You'll also find familiar department stores like Kohl's and Walmart in Irving as well. Just 10 minutes away in Dallas, Texas is NorthPark Center, a shopping mall with more than 220 stores, with Macy's, Dillard's, and Finish Lane. This sprawling complex is among the top 20 largest shopping malls in the country.

Irving has many ways to enjoy the unique arts and culture of the area. The hub of the arts community is Irving Arts Center, which contains 4 galleries and hosts more than 20 exhibits each year. The Arts Center is a pleasant way to spend the day, especially with a stroll through its 2-acre sculpture garden. The venue also hosts concerts, musicals, and other live performances throughout the year.

History is everywhere you look in Irving. Ruth Paine House Museum is located in Irving and is an important part of local and national history. Restored to its 1963 appearance, it's now a suburban museum about President John F. Kennedy. Another historical museum is the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center, a museum about the area's African-American history and settlers. Heritage House is located in Heritage Park and offers a look at the life of Irving's earliest residents. Guests are welcome to tour the house for free on the first Sunday of each month. Even the youngest Irving residents and visitors have a museum, the Play Street Museum, an interactive learning space. Located just 10 minutes away in Dallas, Texas, are even more museums, including the Dallas Museum of Art, Crow Museum of Asian Art, and Frontiers of Flight Museum.

Irving's beautiful natural landscape offers great recreational opportunities year-round. One of the must-do activities is to travel through the local canals, the Mandalay Canals, in an authentic gondola. You can also paddleboard, kayak, or pedal through the water on a water trike where permitted. Campion Trails, a 22-mile trail along the Trinity River, is just the thing for hikers and bikers, offering breathtaking views. Fritz Park is definitely a destination for families, as it offers sports fields, disc golf, and a petting zoo open in early summer. Mustang Park is another great spot for a family day out with a playground, beach volleyball, picnic areas, and regularly scheduled activities.

Irving is rich with diversity, and is the 15th most diverse city in the country according to Niche.com, with 33% of Irving's population not born in the United States. Inihaw Avenue Filipino Kitchen is located in the city and is home to authentic grilled Filipino dishes like lumpia, ukoy, and Bistek Tagalog. Nearby Dallas, Texas just held the first Dallas Filipino Food Festival in early 2020 and plans to continue the tradition each year, plus offer Filipino pop-up restaurants throughout the area.

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Crime Rate

Irving is safer than 43% of the cities in Texas, and the crime rate has decreased by 7% over the last year. The police department of Irving consists of 542 employees, and they're all focused on the continuing safety of the city. Irving's police department has several community-oriented programs including neighborhood watch and Citizens on Patrol.

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