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Review averages

  • 45 employees say

    Excellent (25)
    Good (10)
    Satisfactory (7)
    Subpar (3)
  • 2 applicants say

    Excellent (0)
    Good (0)
    Satisfactory (1)
    Subpar (1)

Company summary

Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health systems in the United States. The health system includes Texas Health Physicians Group and hospitals under the banners of Texas Health Presbyterian, Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Harris Methodist and Texas Health Huguley. The system also includes outpatient facilities, freestanding ERs, home health and preventive and fitness services to provide the full continuum of care for all stages of life. 


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Company info

Who we are

Products, services

More than 23,000 employees of wholly owned/operated facilities plus 2,200 employees of consolidated joint ventures

More than 350 points of access in North Texas
29 hospital locations
including acute-care, short-stay, behavioral-health, rehabilitation and transitional care facilities that are owned, operated or joint-ventured with Texas Health Resources

19 acute-care hospital locations 5 short-stay hospitals
2 behavioral health hospitals
2 rehabilitation hospitals

1 transitional care hospital
More than 100 outpatient facilities, freestanding emergency rooms, surgery centers, behavioral health facilities, fitness centers and imaging centers.

More than 250 other community access points, including THPG clinics, doctors’ offices, sleep medicine clinics, and CVS clinics.

More than 3,800 licensed hospital beds (approximately 3,200 operated/available beds) More than 5,500 physicians with active staff privileges **

Texas Health Physicians Group: approximately 550 physicians and more than 290 physician assistants & nurse practitioners

$4.26 billion in total operating revenue (FY 2015) $7.18 billion in total assets (FY 2015)

$847.9 million of charity care and community benefits reported to the State of Texas (FY 2015)

Southwestern Health Resources

Southwestern Health is a clinically integrated network, formed in 2015, that brings together UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources to provide increased access to primary care and specialized care for the people of North Texas. Southwestern Health is made up of a 31-facility hospital network as well as an expansive network of physicians (UT Southwestern faculty, Texas Health employed, university-affiliated and independent) from both organizations.

Health plan

In 2016, Texas Health and Aetna created a jointly-owned health plan company, the first of its kind in North Texas, that focuses on improving quality, affordability and the overall consumer experience. By combining Texas Health’s high-quality providers and investment in population health management with Aetna’s health plan expertise, care management capabilities and analytical insights, employers and consumers in North Texas will benefit from more affordable, high-quality and better-coordinated care.

Accountable care organizations

Texas Health has more than 200,000 lives covered in seven accountable care organizations with both commercial payers and Medicare.


Texas Health Resources Foundation 

Company outlook

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


In addition to competitive compensation, Texas Health Resources employees receive a comprehensive benefits package that offers both value and variety.

At Texas Health Resources, we pride ourselves on providing eligible employees with great benefits that include:

  • Matching 401(k) plan with accrual beginning after one year of employment
  • Tuition reimbursement for employees pursuing clinical degrees and Career Development Programs
  • Be Healthy — an award winning wellness program to help you get and stay healthy
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life, AD&D and Long Term Care Insurance and Disability coverage
  • Flex Spending Accounts and a Credit Union
  • Adoption assistance, on-site child care and Fitness Centers

Following are additional details about benefits and rewards:

  • Employees classified as working 24 hours or more per week are eligible for benefits
  • Benefits begin the first day of the pay period following one month of service
Medical Insurance
  • Medical Plan (choose one of three plans)
  • Prescription Drug Plan
  • Dental Plan (choose one of three plans)
  • Vision Coverage
Life Insurance
  • Basic Life Insurance (paid by Texas Health)
  • Basic Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (paid by Texas Health)
  • Additional Life Insurance (employee and/or dependent)
  • Additional Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (employee and/or dependent)
Disability Insurance
  • Basic Long-term Disability (paid by Texas Health)
  • Additional Long-term Disability
  • Short-term Disability
  • Workers' Compensation (paid by Texas Health)
Supplemental Benefits (Aflac)
  • Critical Illness
  • Hospital Indemnity 
  • Accident 
Educational Assistance
  • Reimbursement of tuition and fees is available to full and part-time employees
  • Employees can be-full or part-time students getting clinical or non-clinical degrees
Retirement Savings
  • Employees can make before-and after-tax contributions to a 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Texas Health contributes to employees' retirement savings by matching contributions
Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Health Care
  • Dependent Care
Wellness Programs
  • Employees receive rewards for completing activities that promote a healthier lifestyle
  • A variety of programs are available to assist and inspire employees to improve their well-being
  • Employees and dependents have access to the Employee Assistance Program for help with life's many challenges
Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Employees earn PTO accruals biweekly
  • Opportunities to sell PTO twice a year or use to offset the cost of their benefits
Other Benefits
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Employee discounts on a wide variety of tickets, services, and products
  • Credit Union
  • Community Time Off (paid time to volunteer)


For applicants


Career Opportunities at Texas Health Resources

What we offer

What is special about working for us?

Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas in terms of patients served.

More importantly, Texas Health is a great place to work. Ongoing initiatives like our Diversity Action Council and Living Our Promise have helped to create an inclusive, supportive, people-first, excellence-driven culture and workplace.


How would we describe the company culture?

Our values include respect, integrity, compassion, and excellence. These values allow us to remember that every member of our staff represents the healing hands and caring hearts of Texas Health Resources. Every one of us is working together to make health care human again.

What else should applicants know about us?

Texas Health is also committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please call 682-236-7286 Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Central time. Ask for a member of the Talent Acquisition team. Be sure to include the nature of the request and leave your contact information.

Reviews for Texas Health Resources

Reviews - What employees say

3.85 Employees say
1.65 Applicants say

Suggestions for improvement

  • I would communicate staff wide knowledge better. Things are often lost because one person was supposed to tell another and it just didn’t happen. We need to document everything! More than just covering yourself, you set the next person up for success. Wy put off on someone else a mundane task you can do yourself?

What I like about the company

I came to my position with little to no experience in the clinical side of a medical office but everyone had been willing to teach me what they can. My boss even offered to pay for my education in full, up front-just said to bring him the receipt!

  • 11.Jan 2018
  • Employee

Suggestions for improvement

  • More employee forums that invite a melting pot or collaborative experience

Review averages

  • 45 employees say

    Excellent (25)
    Good (10)
    Satisfactory (7)
    Subpar (3)
  • 2 applicants say

    Excellent (0)
    Good (0)
    Satisfactory (1)
    Subpar (1)

kununu score comparisons

Texas Health Resources
47 reviews

Industry average (Hospital & Health Care)
65,256 reviews

kununu average
2,420,000 reviews