Tag: Doctors Hospital at Renaissance

DHR Announces Newly Accredited Residency Programs

Edinburg – Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance in conjunction with the University of Texas Health Science in San Antonio announced a partnership that will be benefitting the future school of medicine in the Rio Grande Valley. Medical students wishing to become a specialist in any of the offered fields would have the advantage of staying in south Texas through these residency programs. The residencies join other programs that will be transitioned to the new medical school, UTRGV. Additional residencies are being considered for the future and are in the planning stages. Fox 2 new will keep you updated. Accredited Residency...

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Plans to Expand DHR in the Works

A multi-million dollar project aimed at expanding the Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance and offer a space for the new medical school is in the works. The city of McAllen along with DHR representatives announced the designation of 50 acres of property for the new facilities, next to the renaissance hospital located east of the McColl and Dove intersection. The new project would house a research institute, along with a family medical center, among others. The city will be offering the land valued at 16 million dollars while 5 million dollars have been set aside for infrastructure. Construction is now...

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Successful DHR Cancer Survivor Walk

Edinburg (KFXV)– Fox 2 and Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance took part in the first cancer survivor walk this evening. Dozens gathered at DHR parking lot to honor cancer survivors in the Rio Grande Valley as well as to help us create awareness about the disease. Cancer survivors got a chance to stand alongside their family, friends and loved ones as they walked for a little over two miles to celebrate their lives. On behalf of Fox 2 news and Doctors Hospital at Renaissance we’d like to thank all of you who were part of this great event and help...

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DHR Hosts Free Seminar To Educate About Diabetes

Nearly one in every ten American adults is diagnosed with diabetes, in the state of Texas it’s 9.3 percent and in the Rio Grande Valley, 11 percent. A majority of these cases are type 2 diabetes, which are linked to a poor diet and sedentary lifestyle. Today, DHR and the McAllen Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Task Force held a free Living with Diabetes seminar, a vital step to educate the public about this disease. A cardiologist, nutritionist and family doctor spoke about the disease, how to prevent it and how to live with it. If left undiagnosed, diabetes has...

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