Hospital Capacity in Dallas on October 3

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DALLAS — Twenty-five hospitals on Saturday reported ventilator and bed capacity numbers to Mayor Eric Johnson’s office.

Dallas hospitals are required to report the information pursuant to the City of Dallas emergency regulations enacted by Mayor Johnson during the local state of disaster. The reporting requirements are meant to provide data to decision-makers and information to the public regarding the medical community’s capacity to handle COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

Here are the aggregate capacity totals for Saturday, as reported by the 25 hospitals:

  • Total beds: 5,822
    • Beds occupied: 4,090
  • Total ICU beds: 919
    • ICU beds occupied: 637
  • Total ventilators: 994
    • Ventilators in use: 336

Please note that the numbers represent a point-in-time snapshot and might fluctuate throughout the day. Hospitals also may be able to expand bed capacity if necessary.

Here are the hospitals that reported data to the City:

Baylor University Medical Center

Baylor Heart & Vascular Hospital

Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation

Baylor Scott & White – Uptown

Children’s Health Dallas

Children’s Health Our Children’s House

City Hospital at White Rock

Dallas VA Medical Center

Encompass Rehabilitation Hospital of Dallas

Kindred Hospital Dallas Central

Lifecare Hospital of Dallas

Medical City Dallas

Medical City Heart Hospital

Medical City Spine Hospital

Methodist Charlton

Methodist Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital

Methodist Dallas

North Central Surgical Center Hospital

Parkland Health & Hospital System

Promise Hospital of Dallas

Select Specialty Hospital

Texas Health Dallas (Presbyterian)

Texas Institute for Surgery

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

UT Southwestern William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital

For more information on COVID-19, including testing data, visit DallasCityHall.com/coronavirus. And visit the City’s COVID-19 dashboard to see data visualizations.