Baylor University Medical Center At Dallas

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas (Baylor Dallas or BUMC) is a not-for-profit hospital in Dallas, Texas. In 1903, the hospital opened with 25 beds; today it is a patient care, teaching and research center for the Southwest. Baylor Dallas has 1025 licensed beds and serves as the flagship hospital of Baylor Health Care System.

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... Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas is home to more than 20 specialty centers that are designed to treat a range of medical conditions ... Among the services offered at Baylor Dallas are Asthma Care Behavioral Health Cancer Care Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Diabetes and Endocrinology Digestive Diseases Ear, Nose and Throat ...

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