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Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance is a full-service hospital serving the Alliance area. Texas Health Alliance is an affiliate of the faith-based, nonprofit Texas Health Resources system.

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance is a full-service hospital serving the Alliance area. Texas Health Alliance is an affiliate of the faith-based, nonprofit Texas Health Resources system.

Mission: To improve the health of the people in the communities we serve.

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Being a nurse herself, Grace had a plan for how she wanted delivery day to go. When plans changed thanks to COVID-19, Gr...
09/02/2020
Pandemic or Not, Baby Won't Wait

Being a nurse herself, Grace had a plan for how she wanted delivery day to go. When plans changed thanks to COVID-19, Grace was forced to put her trust in the Labor & Delivery team at Texas Health Alliance. Read her story here:

Grace had a plan. There were things she wanted to ensure were in place before and during the birth of her baby girl. She was going to interview staff members to make sure she had the “A Team” on standby at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance for delivery day. She had ideas of who wou...

Are you apprehensive about having physical therapy during this pandemic? Read on for the steps we've taken to ensure you...
09/01/2020
Physical Therapy During COVID-19: Keeping You Safe, Mobile and Pain-Free

Are you apprehensive about having physical therapy during this pandemic? Read on for the steps we've taken to ensure your safety while you get relief:

If you need physical therapy right now, it’s natural to have some apprehension. We spoke with a physical therapist to discuss safety.

Texas Health offers a free, interactive online class that covers information on your baby’s development, nutrition, exer...
08/30/2020
Take Your Free Online Pregnancy Class

Texas Health offers a free, interactive online class that covers information on your baby’s development, nutrition, exercise, discomforts, hazards to avoid, emotions and tips to help your partner.

Congratulations on your pregnancy! You have a lot to look forward to, and probably more than a few questions about what to expect over the coming months. Texas Health offers a free, interactive online class that covers information on your baby’s development, nutrition, exercise, discomforts, hazar...

08/29/2020

Construction alert! Take heed, neighbors, and be careful out there. Here are the latest updates on the I-35W construction plans.

The following closures will be in place on Friday, August 28 at 9 p.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, August 29:
• All lanes of the northbound I-35 TEXpress Lanes from I-30 to Western Center Blvd. will be closed and traffic will be redirected to the general purpose lanes.
• The direct connector from the westbound I-820 TEXpress Lanes to the northbound I-35 TEXpress Lanes will be closed.
• Rolling full freeway closures on eastbound I-820 from FM 156 (Blue Mound Rd.) to I-35W.
• Rolling full freeway closures on westbound I-820 from I-35W to FM 156 (Blue Mound Rd.)
• Rolling full freeway closures on northbound I-35W from Keller Hicks Rd. to Westport Pkwy.

The following TEXpress entrances will also be closed:
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes from eastbound I-30 will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes at Spur 280/US 287 will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes from eastbound Weatherford St. will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes at NE 28th St. will be closed.

Please note that there is currently no work scheduled for the nights of Saturday, August 29 and Sunday, August 30.

08/28/2020

Construction alert! Take heed, neighbors, and be careful out there. Here are the latest updates on the I-35W construction plans.

The following closures will be in place on Friday, August 28 at 9 p.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, August 29:
• All lanes of the northbound I-35 TEXpress Lanes from I-30 to Western Center Blvd. will be closed and traffic will be redirected to the general purpose lanes.
• The direct connector from the westbound I-820 TEXpress Lanes to the northbound I-35 TEXpress Lanes will be closed.
• Rolling full freeway closures on eastbound I-820 from FM 156 (Blue Mound Rd.) to I-35W.
• Rolling full freeway closures on westbound I-820 from I-35W to FM 156 (Blue Mound Rd.)
• Rolling full freeway closures on northbound I-35W from Keller Hicks Rd. to Westport Pkwy.

The following TEXpress entrances will also be closed:
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes from eastbound I-30 will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes at Spur 280/US 287 will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes from eastbound Weatherford St. will be closed.
• The entrance to the northbound I-35W TEXpress Lanes at NE 28th St. will be closed.

Please note that there is currently no work scheduled for the nights of Saturday, August 29 and Sunday, August 30.

Share this to help end the pandemic! UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health launched the DFW COVID-19 Prevalenc...
08/28/2020

Share this to help end the pandemic! UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health launched the DFW COVID-19 Prevalence Study to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on our community. You may have gotten a mailed invitation to participate. We need your help sharing information about the study on social media. Use the hashtag: #DFWAnswerTheCall to help! Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/3hDQJtT.

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.
08/28/2020

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.

08/27/2020
Prenatal Yoga at Texas Health

Expecting moms – don’t forget to join us for virtual prenatal yoga! Classes are offered on Monday and Thursday evenings. This virtual class will help guide you through safe, supportive movements to help strengthen your body and mind for labor. To register, visit: https://bit.ly/2Aq76tW.

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welco...
08/27/2020

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welcomes one visitor per day for most patients admitted to the hospital and for elective surgery patients. We are still unable to accommodate visitors for COVID-19 inpatients, or in the Emergency Department or Outpatient Services areas, except for special circumstances. For complete information and visiting hours, visit us at https://bit.ly/2MbohSj.

Expecting parents! Did you know Texas Health has a baby app? The Texas Health Baby mobile app provides valuable informat...
08/26/2020

Expecting parents! Did you know Texas Health has a baby app? The Texas Health Baby mobile app provides valuable information to prepare moms and dads for pregnancy, birth, hospital stay and at-home care. It is available for Apple and Android devices. Download it today! https://bit.ly/2DTjGDs

Planning to deliver your baby at a Texas Health hospital? Become a Texas Health Mom and gain access to the resources Tex...
08/23/2020

Planning to deliver your baby at a Texas Health hospital? Become a Texas Health Mom and gain access to the resources Texas Health has to support pregnant moms! Learn more: https://bit.ly/2BaiY3J

Share this to help end the pandemic! UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health launched the DFW COVID-19 Prevalenc...
08/21/2020

Share this to help end the pandemic! UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health launched the DFW COVID-19 Prevalence Study to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on our community. You may have gotten a mailed invitation to participate. We need your help sharing information about the study on social media. Use the hashtag: #DFWAnswerTheCall to help! Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/3hDQJtT.

08/20/2020
Prenatal Yoga at Texas Health

Expecting moms – don’t forget to join us for virtual prenatal yoga! Classes are offered on Monday and Thursday evenings. This virtual class will help guide you through safe, supportive movements to help strengthen your body and mind for labor. To register, visit: https://bit.ly/2Aq76tW.

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.
08/20/2020

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welco...
08/20/2020

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welcomes one visitor per day for most patients admitted to the hospital and for elective surgery patients. We are still unable to accommodate visitors for COVID-19 inpatients, or in the Emergency Department or Outpatient Services areas, except for special circumstances. For complete information and visiting hours, visit us at https://bit.ly/2MbohSj.

Thinking about having a baby? Texas Health has a free, online pregnancy planning guide with tips to help you on your que...
08/19/2020

Thinking about having a baby? Texas Health has a free, online pregnancy planning guide with tips to help you on your quest to becoming a mom. Download it now!
https://bit.ly/2ZFh709

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.
08/13/2020

Do you have questions about COVID-19? You can call us at 682-236-7601 to speak to a nurse.

Attention, neighbors! As part of the ongoing construction along I-35W, a new closure will affect our area, and the main ...
08/13/2020

Attention, neighbors! As part of the ongoing construction along I-35W, a new closure will affect our area, and the main exit to access our hospital. The off-ramp from southbound I-35W to Keller Hicks Rd./Golden Triangle Blvd. will be closed starting Thursday night, August 13. The closure is expected to last until Summer 2021, and traffic will be redirected to the next exit at Heritage Trace Pkwy. Just a heads-up as you navigate the area!

Planning to deliver your baby at a Texas Health hospital? Become a Texas Health Mom and get access to resources includin...
08/13/2020

Planning to deliver your baby at a Texas Health hospital? Become a Texas Health Mom and get access to resources including pregnancy emails, the Texas Health Baby mobile app, information about the hospital where you will be delivering your baby and more!
https://bit.ly/2BaiY3J

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welco...
08/13/2020

Safety is our top priority, and we also know how important loved ones are in the healing process. Texas Health now welcomes one visitor per day for most patients admitted to the hospital and for elective surgery patients. We are still unable to accommodate visitors for COVID-19 inpatients, or in the Emergency Department or Outpatient Services areas, except for special circumstances. For complete information and visiting hours, visit us at https://bit.ly/2MbohSj.

Starting a family? Texas Health offers a free, online pregnancy planning guide with tips to help you prepare. Download i...
08/10/2020

Starting a family? Texas Health offers a free, online pregnancy planning guide with tips to help you prepare. Download it today! https://bit.ly/32uAvP6

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10864 Texas Health Trl
Fort Worth, TX
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BEWARE of this hospital I overheard that the nurses who work in the nursery and in the NICU are being forced to work in the ER and other floors where there is possibility to COVID then coming back to take care of babies!! How wreckless can a hospital be!!!! Definitely NEWS WORTHY! I’m going to find out if it’s true I wouldn’t have a baby there for nothing!!!! Terrible! Spread the word!!!! have your babies elsewhere!!!
https://www.facebook.com/CactusCafeJustin/ Hi night shift!! As you make it in to work tonight, remember The Cactus Cafe can deliver your dinner. Just send a message on their FB page linked here. All orders will be delivered after 2300.
Don't forget the Cactus Cafe can deliver you dinner tonight! We have Minestrone soup today. https://www.facebook.com/CactusCafeJustin/
Just a reminder that we will deliver day shift or night shift.... send a message through FB to order or for questions. https://www.facebook.com/CactusCafeJustin
To all my wonderful nurses who took such great care of me in PCU last week- you are special and awesome and know how to make a sick girl calmer!!! Thank you so much! You all deserve more than just a day!
Happy Texas Health Halloween!! 🎃
If you are coming here, don't bring any belongings. My husband was here for 4 days and I kept most of his items with me. He had his phone, charger, and shoes. When they moved him from one room to the next, his shoes did not make the move. They refuse to reimburse us for them because, these are Sandy Elings exact words, " If you left your shoes sitting on a bench at the mall would you expect the mall to reimburse you for them?" Next time I will make sure my husband fully disconnects himself from all iv's and monitors and retrieves his shoes before going into another room.
Merry Christmas 🎄 from Texas Health Alliance! We love our volunteers!
Hi! Will Santa be visiting this year? Thank you!
So on August 16th 2017 we brought my Dad into the ER, He was very ill, he had a very high fever and a pretty bad cough, sick to his tummy and feeling un-normal with strange behavior and had been sick a few weeks prior to us bringing him in. A chest Xray was done, a ct scan and blood work. In one of these test you would think that the ER would have found that my father had pneumonia and because it had been there for a long period he had 7 very infected puss pockets form around his right lung. Also they located a mass at the bottom of his right lung and a polyp located top left lung which he's now being tested for lung cancer, (we are still waiting for results to come back) and we were told by the ER Dr nothing was FOUND and he was FINE and maybe he had a stomach bug going around and sent him home. 2 days later my mom took him back in to see he's primary care Dr. My Dads a VETERAN so he's now been in the Dallas VA hospital since August 18th to currant. The VA had to insert a chest tube to drain the infections and he has a pickline for 3 separate IV antibiotics that he has to have treatments with for the next 3 weeks. He was in very serious condition. I advised my Mother to speak with her Attorney on this matter. They definitely shouldn't pay that ER bill.
So on August 16th 2017 we brought my Dad into the ER, He was very ill, he had a very high fever and a pretty bad cough, sick to his tummy and feeling un-normal with strange behavior and had been sick a few weeks prior to us bringing him in. A chest Xray was done, a ct scan and blood work. In one of these test you would think that the ER would have found that my father had pneumonia and because it had been there for a long period he had 7 very infected puss pockets form around his right lung. Also they located a mass at the bottom of his right lung and a polyp located top left lung which he's now being tested for lung cancer, (we are still waiting for results to come back) and we were told by the ER Dr nothing was FOUND and he was FINE and maybe he had a stomach bug going around and sent him home. 2 days later my mom took him back in to see he's primary care Dr. My Dads a VETERAN so he's now been in the Dallas VA hospital since August 18th to currant. The VA had to insert a chest tube to drain the infections and he has a pickline for 3 separate IV antibiotics that he has to have treatments with for the next 3 weeks. He was in very serious condition. I advised my Mother to speak with her Attorney on this matter. They definitely shouldn't pay that ER bill.
So on August 16th 2017 we brought my Dad into the ER, He was very ill, he had a very high fever and a pretty bad cough, sick to his tummy and feeling un-normal with strange behavior and had been sick a few weeks prior to us bringing him in. A chest Xray was done, a ct scan and blood work. In one of these test you would think that the ER would have found that my father had pneumonia and because it had been there for a long period he had 7 very infected puss pockets form around his right lung. Also they located a mass at the bottom of his right lung and a polyp located top left lung which he's now being tested for lung cancer, (we are still waiting for results to come back) and we were told by the ER Dr nothing was FOUND and he was FINE and maybe he had a stomach bug going around and sent him home. 2 days later my mom took him back in to see he's primary care Dr. My Dads a VETERAN so he's now been in the Dallas VA hospital since August 18th to currant. The VA had to insert a chest tube to drain the infections and he has a pickline for 3 separate IV antibiotics that he has to have treatments with for the next 3 weeks. He was in very serious condition. I advised my Mother to speak with her Attorney on this matter. They definitely shouldn't pay that ER bill.