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  • The role of chemotherapy in future TNBC treatment

    Pilot trials are investigating the benefits of combination regimens for patients with locally advanced TNBC.

  • Leading innovation through research

    At Baylor Scott & White Health, we are working to individualize treatment plans for patients through basic science and translational research.

  • New technology detects critical feeding problems in preemies

    Clinicians in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas developed an innovative new way to assess swallowing to better diagnose feeding issues in the hospital's tiniest patients.

Our people are at the forefront of health care

Why Baylor Scott & White Health

We’ve created a transformative model for the health care industry that eliminates waste, improves coordination of care and helps us better manage chronic disease.

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

As an accredited provider for the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), we offer conferences—both live and online—at locations across our organization and the Southwest.

Our Departments

Our extensive network of 48 hospitals and more than 900 patient care sites – including specialized centers, institutes and regional clinics – offers your patients a full range of medical expertise.

Innovation with a commitment to every patient

The Most "Best Hospitals" in Texas

The healing power of turmeric

Ajay Goel, PhD, a biophysicist at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Dallas, has been studying turmeric's medicinal qualities to treat diseases from Alzheimer's and Parkinsons to cancer.

CME Opportunity with Ethics Credit

Neuroscience education with ethics

Register for this two-day conference, which focuses on aspects of treatment, prevention and outcome of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases.

The next frontier for treating disease

Immunotherapy is considered the next frontier for precision medicine, harnessing the power of a patient's immune system to fight invading diseases.