Medical City Healthcare is proud to announce an official partnership with the Dallas Stars.
With the new partnership, doctors at Medical City Frisco will manage the orthopedic healthcare needs of Dallas Stars players on and off the ice. Dr. William Robertson, a physician on the medical staff at Medical City Frisco has served as the Stars’ head team physician for the past five years. Players underwent rigorous physicals at Medical City Frisco prior to the season’s start.
“This partnership further advances our commitment to providing the highest quality medical care to our community,” says Erol Akdamar, FACHE, president of Medical City Healthcare. “Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, the orthopedic team at Medical City Healthcare offers personalized treatment options and advanced technology to get you back in the game.”
Medical City Healthcare and its 14 North Texas hospitals will now also serve as a Fitness Stars supporting partner. The Fitness Stars program, which reaches children in 340 North Texas schools, teaches the importance of healthy eating and staying active through a hockey-based curriculum. The program compliments the Medical City Children’s Hospital kids teaching kids program, developed to help kids form life-long healthy eating habits starting with better snacking.