Dallas Regional Medical Center

MedicalRecords.com Rating
263 reviews
MedicalRecords.com Rating 2.2
263 reviews

About Dallas Regional Medical Center

Dallas Regional Medical Center is a 202-bed Joint Commission Accredited acute care hospital serving the health care needs of Northeast Texas since 1964.
Dallas Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Department has a central area with 23 private treatment rooms and a chest pain center accredited by the American College of Cardiology Accreditation Services. The hospital also features women’s health center providing comprehensive women services including breast care, gynecology, cancer care, labor & delivery.
DRMC offers comprehensive medical services including bariatric services and weight loss programs, cancer care, cardiology, imaging & radiology, laboratory services, orthopedic center, respiratory care, and surgical services.

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Special Care Services
  • Intensive Care Unit
Emergency Services
  • Emergency Department
  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Coronary Interventions
  • Carotid Stenting
Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging
  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography
  • Physical Therapy
Surgery Services
  • Inpatient Surgery
Neuroscience Services
  • Sleep Studies
  • Obstetrics
  • Hemodialysis
Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care
Control Type
  • Proprietary
  • Corporation
Total Staffed Beds 202

ICU Beds 24

Licensed Beds 202

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 35.13

MedicalRecords.com Rating 2.2
(263 reviews)


My experience April 2019. 1. Lowest level of cleaning. 2. Rude behavior. 3. Non Availability of Doc in ER. 4. Left ER due to above reasons, went to another hospital. 5. Still received bill for no service. 6. I reported in writing to CEO and staff. 7. Received funniest answer," that's the best they do and see you again".

Lynette Pecorelli-Rogers

I work at Dallas Regional and recently was an outpatient too. I had the best experience! Admitting was fast and professional. The Day Surgery and Endoscopy nurses were attentive, explained each process and very caring. The heated blankets made me feel like I was in a spa! The anesthesiologist was very informative and made me feel at ease. My husband was waiting in the hall for a few minutes and several employees stopped to ask him if he needed assistance. I recommend this home town hospital and am proud to call Dallas Regional my employer.

Sharon Grussaute

Don’t take your dog here there care is Nonexistent and. Staff is totally Incompatemt stay away if you want to love


I visited the ER on Sunday with shortness of breath and pain and tightness in my chest unaware of what may be happening to me....the staff was very fast in checking me in and getting me back to a room to start the whole process of labs and test to be ran, everyone was very professional and comforting during the whole ER process. Unfortunately it turned out I had to be unexpected admitted and that process didn't take very long and once in my room staff was excellent, very attentive to all my needs and concerns. Every staff member that entered my room from the doctors, nurses, PCT's, US techs, cafeteria workers, and housekeeping they made my stay very comforting and assured me that they really care. I would return for future care.

Sharonda Choice

Today's visit with my oldest son was an amazing experience. Our RN Rory was super awesome and has a spirit filled with Peace, Love, and Happiness. If you're ever in need of a Good Hospital with Great Staff then Dallas Regional Medical Center is the only Hospital you'll need to go.