Medical City Alliance
November 11, 2021

Fort Worth Medical City Alliance, in partnership with The Greater Keller Chamber of Commerce, hosted its 7th annual Spooktacular Fall Festival on October 30. The socially distanced drive-through event welcomed nearly 2,000 attendees from the local community. Hosted since the hospital was opened in 2015, Spooktacular has become an annual family tradition for many who call the north Fort Worth area home.

“We are pleased to provide our community a safe environment for trick-or-treating while they learn more about the many services we provide to improve their own health,” says Glenn Wallace, CEO at Medical City Alliance. “This event further supports the many ways we care for our community while living our mission to the care and improvement of human life.”

2021 marks the second year Medical City Alliance provided a socially distanced event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. From the safety of their cars, children received treats from hospital units and physician practices, while adults were able to access health information related to women’s health, heart health, stroke awareness, and more. Event coordinators hope to return to a traditional in-person event in 2022.

The 8th annual Spooktacular event is scheduled for October 29, 2022.