923 Windbell Circle
Mesquite, TX 75149
Phone: (972) 285-6300
Fax: (972) 285-7677
The hospital serves the community of East Dallas, including Mesquite, East Dallas, Balch Springs, Rockwall, Garland, Rowlett, Quinlan, Royse City, Seagoville, Terrell, Kaufman, Forney, Greenville, and other nearby communities. The hospital boasts all private rooms, making it a unique facility. Founded in 1978, Mesquite Community Hospital opened the area's first Maternity Center. Other features include a high-tech surgery department and a cardiac cath lab.
This facility, which opened in 1959, is a full service acute care hospital with 228 beds. The key services offered at the Doctors Hospital include 24-hour emergency care, a cardiac cath lab, diagnostic services, surgical services and maternity services. Bloodless surgery is another feature of this hospital.
Lakewood Elementary School is an award winning school in the neighborhood of Lakewood. An educational institute focused on excellence, learning and respect, the school follows a strict code of dressing where all students are to wear uniforms during their term. Lakewood Elementary has a stallion as its mascot. Established in 1956, it has been active in sports and other extra-curricular activities and also has teams for each of them.
A glimpse at the facade of this church as one passes along the Abrams Road would probably give one the impression of an office building rather than a place of worship. Save for the big cross at the top of the building, one may even miss the spiritual and religious journey that the church's community has to offer. Describing itself as a 'neighborhood church', the Lakewood United Methodist Church, or Lakewood UMC, strives to spread the Christian way of life in the neighborhood and thus live by God's words. Besides worship, the church also plays host to a range of events, like concerts, recitals and much more. See the website for more information.
This beautiful park is situated two miles east of downtown Dallas. It boasts of nine museums and six performance facilities, such as the Music Hall, Smirnoff Music Center, Band Shell, and the Cotton Bowl Stadium. With the largest collection of 1930s Art Deco style architecture, this National Historic Landmark is open to public and corporate events. Over 749,000 sq. ft. of space is leased for exhibits, markets, festivals and sports events. Its 277 acres of skillfully landscaped grounds also consist of the Leonhardt Lagoon, Texas Vietnam Memorial and Smith Fountain. Over seven million people frequent this venue every year!
The Centennial Building located within the historic Fair Park, is a massive indoor exhibition space totaling up to roughly 94,000 sq.ft. Ideal for conducting exhibitions or trade fairs, it has been designed such, as to create 58 separate booths. Besides this, indoor sports tournaments are also held here. The walls of the Centennial Building are covered in beautiful murals that have been carefully preserved over the years. The Building has a rich history behind it. It was first built in 1905 with its art deco facade and later revamped for the 1936 Texas Centennial Celebration held at Fair Park.
Whether dancing is your passion or you were born with two left feet, you can very well make your way to Vow To Dance. Not only can you enroll in the ballroom and swing dancing workshops, but also take private lessons under the expert guidance of Elaine Hewlett, an instructor and performer, who enjoys nationwide acclaim. Vow To Dance is the place for all those couples planning to get married and who need a wee bit of training to make those perfect moves on the dance floor. If your fiancée is out of town, don't fret—a partner is not obligatory. Just step in with your dancing shoes and comfortable clothing (try avoiding flip flops or clothing subject to tearing with the slightest move). Check their web site for details on the Early Bird Special.
This full service hospital is one of the best in the nation, with numerous services including emergency, cardiovascular, neurology and oncology. Each of the hospitals in the Baylor Healthcare System provides cutting-edge technology. The Baylor University Medical Center is also a teaching facility for Baylor University.
The third largest city in Texas, Dallas is a major transit and trade hub in the northeast of the state. After a long period of occupation by the Caddo people, French and Spanish colonists squabbled over property rights to the land. While the Spanish ended up controlling the territory, little development or settlement occurred until 1841 when John Neely Bryan established the first permanent structures on the land. Dallas is notable for being the site of John F. Kennedy's assassination, an event that significantly altered America's course. Today, Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport is a major travel hub and one of the busiest airports in the world.
Come see a show or exhibition here! It doesn't stop there, though. Are you a freelance worker? Or just have your own business but no workspace? Join the Co-Op and reap the benefits of a shared space.
If you're put in a friend's apartment for a few days while staying in the city, here's a place for cleaning your clothes. Come here to get your used clothes washed and dried. A self-service laundry, this is an essential service for the traveler who is not carrying loads of clothes.
The primary function of this center is to preserve, promote and encourage Latino arts and culture in Dallas. You can expect to be enthralled by the traditional Flamenco performances, the best Salsa movers and shakers and Latin musicians. Not only can you enjoy these exciting dance performances but you can also learn these styles during weekly workshops at the center.