LifeCare Services

LifeCare is committed to providing expert level care in a compassionate, healing environment. Our staff is dedicated to helping each patient reach their recovery goals so they can return home or move to the appropriate next level of care. We provide award-winning treatment, which is reflected by our exceptional patients satisfaction levels. Every patient has a unique recovery journey, and we are passionate about working with you to achieve your personal level of success. Our hospitals are Medicare certified and accredited by the Joint Commission. 

Why Choose LifeCare for Medically Complex Respiratory Patients?

The Pulmonary Program at LifeCare was developed to provide complex medical care, needed education regarding respiratory conditions, and a supportive rehabilitation program. Our pulmonary team uses an aggressive approach to healing. 

Why Choose LifeCare for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients?

The Brain Injury Program at LifeCare provides complex medical care, education, and supportive rehabilitation to patients and families.

Patient Types Served

Conditions We Treat

  • Acutely/Chronically Ventilated Patients

    • ET tube​

    • Trach Collar

    • CPAP/BIPAP

  • Complex Respiratory Patients

    • High Flow Oxygen

    • Frequent Suction

  • Complex wounds unable to be managed at a lower level of care

  • Complex Cardiology Patients

    • LVAD

    • Cardiac Drips

    • Telemetry

    • Pacers

  • Acute Neurologic Injuries (CVA/SAH/ICH)

  • Patients requiring multi-drug antibiotic therapy​​​​​

  • Patients with Critical Lines (Dialysis/TPN)

Procedures Performed​

  • Central Lines

  • Thoracentesis

  • Paracentesis

  • Perm-a-cath/port placement

  • Drain placement

  • Percutaneous Tracheostomy

  • PEG tube placement

  • CT- guided biopsy

  • Conscious sedation

Endotracheal Intubation Box

LifeCare Hospitals was one of the first hospitals in North Texas to implement the use of Endotracheal Intubation Boxes for high risk patients.

The box is designed to limit potential exposure to aerosols dispersed during Endotracheal Intubation.  

Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation

(New England Journal of Medicine). Click Here

Compliance Hotline:     469.815.8580

15305 Dallas Parkway

Tower III, Suite 1000

Addison, Texas 75001

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