The new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital will transform patient care in the region and have education and research implications throughout the world. Here, members of the Campaign Steering Committee, prominent civic leaders, UT Southwestern staff, and generous donors express their support for the project and the importance of its success.
Chair of the Campaign Steering Committee
A new hospital is critical to North Texas for what it will bring qualitatively to the community. Bill Solomon outlines the project’s importance and discusses the culture of philanthropy in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Read more.
John Warner, MD
Chief Executive Officer, University Hospitals
Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine-Cardiology
A collaborative approach to medicine is key to providing comprehensive patient care. John Warner, MD, describes how the architecture of the new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital will maximize collaboration among a patient's caregivers. Read more.
Member of the Campaign Steering Committee
A well-designed hospital can lessen a potentially stressful situation. Roger Horchow draws from his own personal experience to discuss how aesthetics can make a difference and why the new hospital’s patient-centric design will make it unique. Read more.
Eleanor Phelps, BSN, MA, RN
Director for Nursing Quality Improvement
Research has shown that well-designed physical spaces are important not only in reducing risk in a hospital, but also in promoting healing for patients. Eleanor Phelps highlights ways the new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital design takes safety and patient comfort into account. Read more.