Program areas at BUMC
See Schedule OBaylor University Medical Center at Dallas (BUMC) is a faith-based, nonprofit, 914-bed acute care hospital providing exemplary patient care services to the residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex since 1903. BUMC is a major patient care, research and medical education center of the Southwest and serves local, national and international patients caring for more than 300,000 patients per year.BUMC is affiliated with Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH), a faith-based nationally acclaimed network of acute care hospitals and related health care entities providing quality patient care, medical education, medical research and other community services to the residents of North and Central Texas. As the largest not-for-profit health care system in Texas and one of the largest in the United States, BSWH was born from the 2013 combination of Baylor Health Care System and Scott & White Healthcare. Today, BSWH has over 1,000 patient care sites including 52 hospitals, 562 specialty care clinics, 195 outpatient clinics, 172 primary care clinics, 31 pharmacies, 26 ambulatory surgery centers, and approximately 7,300 active physicians. The system also includes a state certified health maintenance organization, the Scott and White Health Plan and the Baylor Scott & White Quality Alliance accountable care organization both covering over 906,000 lives. BUMC is one of the system's two flagship hospitals and provides inpatient and outpatient medical services in over 20 specialties to treat individuals with diseases, illnesses and injuries of varying complexities. Services include providing patients with innovative methods of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, education and support consistent with a quality teaching and research hospital. Multidisciplinary interaction among physicians helps ensure comprehensive care for all stages of illness through all stages of life. Many of the major health care programs have received national recognition and honors, including the Level I Trauma Center, a Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Level IV Maternal designation, the only dedicated cancer hospital in North Texas and outpatient cancer center, an internationally renowned transplant program, neuroscience center, digestive disease center, and orthopaedic institute. During the fiscal year, BUMC admitted 35,858 patients resulting in 224,497 days of care; delivered 4,026 babies and received 101,080 emergency department visits. Additionally, BUMC provided community benefits (as reported to the Texas Department of State Health Services and in accordance with the State of Texas Statutory methodology) of $168,135,754 and provided community benefits (as reported on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990, Schedule H) of $94,004,831 during the tax year. The Texas Annual Statement of Community Benefit Standard includes approximately $47,132,350 of unreimbursed cost of Medicare that is not included in the IRS Form 990, Schedule H.See Schedule H for more information regarding these services and how BUMC promotes the health of the communities.
See Schedule OMoving scientific theory from the research bench to clinical trials and ultimately to the patient's bedside is central to BSWH's commitment to patient-centered medical research. During the year, BUMC supported clinical research development costs, research papers and studies through Baylor Scott & White Research Institute (BSW Research), at a cost of $14,223,811. At BSW Research alone, there are nearly 2,000 active clinical trials underway.
See Schedule OMedical education is a crucial part of BUMC's mission. BUMC commits resources to help address the shortage of health care professionals including partnering with other educational institutions and similar organizations. BUMC provided medical residency programs for the training of future physicians, nurses and other health professionals in an effort to increase the supply of health care professionals nation-wide. During the year, BUMC served 270 medical residency students. Assisting with the preparation of future nurses at entry and advanced levels of nursing is critical in establishing a workforce of qualified nurses. During the year, BUMC invested in training 668 undergraduate nurses. Total unreimbursed cost of these medical education programs is $25,627,111.