Medical City is engaged in the community, both within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and across Texas. Physicians and employees participate in educational programs at local schools and events. Additionally, the Marketing and Communications Department works to provide the latest health information to the public through free seminars and screenings, physician visits to community groups, and news stories. Please contact the appropriate person below with your question. If you have a general question, please call 972-566-7000. Due to the large volume of calls and emails received, inquiries unrelated to the subject matters below may be substantially delayed.
Pam manages media relations efforts, marketing and social media at Medical City Dallas Hospital and Medical City Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she manages community service events and partners with numerous non-profit organizations as part of Medical City’s commitment to giving back to communities. Journalists may contact Pam with story inquiries. Members of the media on deadline are encouraged to email, call her cell phone and text.
Tanya handles media relations efforts, digital communications and social media marketing for Medical City Dallas Hospital and Medical City Children’s Hospital. She also provides community outreach support and serves as a hospital liaison for community and non-profit partners. Journalists may contact Tanya with story inquiries. Members of the media on deadline are encouraged to email, call her cell phone and text.
Community and Public Relations Coordinator
Direct: (972) 566-8983
Cell: (903) 279-8865
Emily handles community outreach efforts for Medical City Dallas Hospital and Medical City Children’s Hospital. She partners with various community and non-profit organizations at public events, health fairs, schools, businesses and other locations.
Medical City Dallas Hospital received recognition its for sustainable clinical excellence in quality performance outcomes for patients.Read More
Meeting the Dallas area demand for excellent emergency care service, the newest Medical City ER at Preston Center begins treating patients on October 29.Read More
Medical City now offers a new FDA-approved alternative to Warfarin Therapy that provides better, long-term results for patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation who are also at a high risk of stroke.Read More
Medical City Dallas Hospital is the first hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth to provide the Topera System, a treatment for atrial fibrillation patients. The new technology is shown to provide better long-term outcomes for patients with irregular heartbeats.Read More
Medical City Dallas Hospital receives national award from Blue Cross Blue Shield for exceptional quality patient care in its obstetrics, bariatric, transplant, knee/hip and cardiac programs.Read More
Medical City Dallas Hospital is the first hospital in North Texas to offer patients the first implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) system approved for use with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans by the U.S. FDA.Read More
On Thursday, Sept. 17, Medical City Dallas Hospital pathologist, Dr. Beck Weathers, will answer questions about the Hollywood film, “Everest,” which is based on the story of his 1996 Mount Everest expedition.Read More
National three-year award with gold, silver, bronze designations marks a significant milestone on the path to exceptional patient care and achieving a healthy work environmentRead More
One thing you may have forgotten when sending the kids back to school is prepping them for the upcoming fall allergy season. Medical City allergy and immunology physician, Stacy Silvers, MD, discusses what to expect and how to prepare.Read More
The Medical City Dallas Hospital Heart and Vascular team successfully implanted the first MitraClip, a minimally invasive and FDA-approved therapy for degenerative mitral disease patients with prohibitive risk for open heart procedures.Read More