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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound
4400 Long Prairie Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
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"Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound is a growing hospital in a wonderful Dallas suburb, with all the benefits of a large metroplex less than 30 minutes away and the opportunity to raise a family in an excellent community with great public schools. The hospital has an excellent nursing staff, a vast array of supportive subspecialty backup, and an approachable, down-to-earth administration. "
Sean Fleming, MD
ED Medical Director
- Annual ED visits: 16,000
- ED beds: 12
- Patients/Hour: 1.7
- Admission Rate: 23%
- Coverage: 8- and 9-hour shifts with 25 hours of physician coverage per day
- Qualifications: BC/BP in Emergency Medicine
- Compensation: RVU-based with employee benefit package
- Documentation: Epic
This 103-bed facility housing more than 400 physicians opened in 2010 and is the first hospital in North Texas to receive LEED certification for green building. The hospital was built in the River Walk at Central Park development, surrounded by three large medical office projects.
The area's first acute care hospital offers a broad range of departments including an 8-bed Intensive Care Unit, 6 surgical suites, 2 Cesarean Suites, 3 GI/Pain Invasive Suites, 1 Interventional Cardiology Suite, 1 Angio/Interventional Suite, Medical Surgical Services, Women’s Services, Newborn Care, and a Diagnostic/Invasive Imaging Department.
About Flower Mound, TX
Flower Mound is situated among the northern suburbs of Dallas and Fort Worth, and just three miles north of DFW International Airport. Located at the southern edge of Denton County, Flower Mound is located between Lake Grapevine and Lewisville Lake. That means recreational options are plentiful, including award-winning bike and nature trails, two beautiful lakes, and two world-class golf courses.
The picturesque, family-oriented community was incorporated in 1961 and prides itself on maintaining a small-town atmosphere (population: 65,000) while embracing and fostering a dymanic economic development environment. Flower Mound’s low tax rate (one of the lowest in the DFW area), excellent school system (Lewisville ISD), safe neighborhoods (boasting the second-lowest crime rate in the U.S. for cities its size), and a high quality of life make it one of the premier cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to live and raise a family.
Flower Mound was also ranked #2 on the 2013 list of America’s Highest-Earning Cities
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is one of the town's four largest employers. The population is highly educated, with more than 85 percent of adults having had post-secondary education. Twelve colleges and universities are located within a 35-mile radius.
For more information, visit http://www.flower-mound.com