Medical City Denton

Denton, Texas

General Information

3535 South Interstate 35
Denton, TX  76210

185 Beds

Level II Trauma Center

Charting System

Meditech

Scrub color worn by Nurses

OB

N/A

General

Royal Blue

OR

N/A

Hospital Description

Located in North Texas, Medical City Denton is a 208-bed facility with more than 800
physicians. Earning both their Five-Star certification for Carotid Procedures and Treatment of
Sepsis in 2020, Medical City has also been named among the top 5% in the nation for vascular
surgery. The hospital includes a Level II Trauma Center, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center
and is equipped to do advanced open heart surgery. Formerly known as Denton Regional
Medical Center, Medical City Denton expanded recently in 2005 to include a neuroscience
center, radiation oncology unit, and an endovascular lab. Medical City Denton serves patients
from Denton, Wise, Cooke, and Montague Counties.

“Denton, Texas has everything you could want from a big city, while still holding on to that small-
town vibe.” With a population around 140k, Denton is appropriately nicknamed “Little Austin”
and is located on the northern edge of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The cowboy
culture is ripe in Denton, having hosted the annual North Texas State Fair and Rodeo since
1928. Home of the largest community garden, the population of Denton is diverse and
welcoming. Their DART rail system makes traveling between Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth
very convenient. The flat terrain of the city is located on top of the Barnett Shale, a geological
formation considered to contain natural gas. There is also a man-made reservoir, Lewisville
Lake, located 15 miles south of the city. The climate is humid subtropical, with hot, humid
summers that can average between 91 and 96 degrees Fahrenheit, and cool winters, with daily
lows being in the 30s. The area does see snow, averaging about 2.4 inches per year. If you
don’t mind the heat, own a cowboy hat, and love the small-town vibe in the big city, Medical City
Denton may be the right choice for you.

General Information

3535 South Interstate 35
Denton, TX  76210

185 Beds

Level II Trauma Center

About this Hospital

Located in North Texas, Medical City Denton is a 208-bed facility with more than 800
physicians. Earning both their Five-Star certification for Carotid Procedures and Treatment of
Sepsis in 2020, Medical City has also been named among the top 5% in the nation for vascular
surgery. The hospital includes a Level II Trauma Center, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center
and is equipped to do advanced open heart surgery. Formerly known as Denton Regional
Medical Center, Medical City Denton expanded recently in 2005 to include a neuroscience
center, radiation oncology unit, and an endovascular lab. Medical City Denton serves patients
from Denton, Wise, Cooke, and Montague Counties.

“Denton, Texas has everything you could want from a big city, while still holding on to that small-
town vibe.” With a population around 140k, Denton is appropriately nicknamed “Little Austin”
and is located on the northern edge of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The cowboy
culture is ripe in Denton, having hosted the annual North Texas State Fair and Rodeo since
1928. Home of the largest community garden, the population of Denton is diverse and
welcoming. Their DART rail system makes traveling between Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth
very convenient. The flat terrain of the city is located on top of the Barnett Shale, a geological
formation considered to contain natural gas. There is also a man-made reservoir, Lewisville
Lake, located 15 miles south of the city. The climate is humid subtropical, with hot, humid
summers that can average between 91 and 96 degrees Fahrenheit, and cool winters, with daily
lows being in the 30s. The area does see snow, averaging about 2.4 inches per year. If you
don’t mind the heat, own a cowboy hat, and love the small-town vibe in the big city, Medical City
Denton may be the right choice for you.

Charting System

Meditech

Scrub Color that Nurses Wear

OB

N/A

General

Royal Blue

OR

N/A

Commuting

Hospital Features

Commuting

Walking & Biking

0% of nurses reported walking to this facility. 0% of nurses reported biking to this facility.

Driving

100% of nurses reported driving to this facility. 0% parked at the hospital, 0% offsite, and 0% on the street.

Public Transit

0% of people reported using public transportation. We don't have enough responses to know if transit is nearby.

Walking & Biking

0% of nurses reported walking to this facility. 0% of nurses reported biking to this facility.

Driving

100% of nurses reported driving to this facility. 0% parked at the hospital, 0% offsite, and 0% on the street.

Public Transit

0% of people reported using public transportation. We don't have enough responses to know if transit is nearby.

Food & Dining

Food & Dining

Is there a cafeteria? 🍟

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Is there a vending machine? 🍫

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Is there a cafe? ☕️

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Are there other options to eat nearby?

Yes

Is there a cafeteria? 🍟

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Is there a vending machine? 🍫

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Is there a cafe? ☕️

☀️ N/A

🌙 N/A

Other Food options Nearby?

Yes

Nurse Resources

Nurse Resources

Because of the fluctuation between floors, responses are coded as such 0-10% = No, 11-90% = Some, 90%+ = Yes

RT

Always

CNA

None

Phleb

Always

HUC

None

Free Charge

None

IV Start Team

None

Provider on Unit

None

Resource RN

Always

Because of the fluctuation between floors, responses are coded as such 0-10% = No, 11-90% = Some, 90%+ =Yes

RT

Always

CNA

None

Phleb

Always

HUC

None

Free Charge

None

IV Start Team

None

Provider on Unit

None

Resource RN

Always

Safety

Safety

 

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Scheduling & Floating

Scheduling and Floating

 

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Floor Culture & Pay

Floor Culture & Pay

 

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