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We believe that great healthcare should be accessible, affordable and simplified for all. We believe we can achieve this by empowering healthcare providers to do what they do best — take care of their patients.

We're committed to the success of our providers, supporting them with insights and empathy, demonstrating it's possible to deliver improved patient health outcomes while controlling costs.

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A trusted partner in transforming care

SWHR is committed to creating positive change in the lives of patients and providers. Our clinically integrated network of doctors, hospitals and healthcare facilities blends the research, teaching and healing strength of a preeminent academic medical center with the access and quality of one of the largest faith-based community health networks in the nation to deliver high-performing, affordable care across North Texas.

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Whether you’re looking for a primary care physician or need to find a specialist, our network offers you access to quality care conveniently located throughout North Texas.

SWHR is a clinically integrated network of more than 7,000 providers, 31 hospitals and more than 650 outpatient facilities and clinics
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