Big donors to get naming rights at new Dallas' Parkland Hospital
David Krause, president and chief executive of the Parkland Foundation, says those who make generous contributions to the foundation's $150 million "I Stand for Parkland" campaign will receive naming rights. The campaign was created last year in anticipation of the public's approval of the Nov. 4 bond vote for a new Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. Krause says naming rights will be available for "trauma centers and burn centers, surgery suites, patient rooms, major services, classrooms, labs" and many other venues in the new Parkland.
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