All Saints Health Foundation

Our Areas of Need


Cardiovascular Program

Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care 


Heart disease affects 82 million Americans.  For more than a half a century, Baylor Scott & White All Saints has delivered advanced heart and vascular care right here in North Texas. Our team also has pioneered many breakthrough techniques to revolutionize cardiac care from treatment for heart attacks, major heart surgery, and injuries involving the cardiovascular system.

To support the Cardiovascular Program click here and choose Cardiovascular Services Fund from the dropdown menu.

For a personal tour of the Cardiovascular Program or for more specific information, please contact Christina Judge at or 817-922-7708.


Child Life Specialist

Baylor Scott & White All Saints palliative care consultation services offer compassionate care to help patients facing life-threatening and advanced illnesses. We go beyond medical treatments to help care for you and your family members cope. The Baylor Palliative Care team includes physicians, nurses, chaplains, occupational therapists, social workers, pharmacists, nutritionists, speech therapists, music practitioners and a child life specialist. These dedicated team members are trained to help you with the issues you may face in dealing with a critical illness.

To support the Child Life Specialist click here and choose Child Life Specialist from the dropdown menu.

For more specific information on the Child LIfe Specialist, please contact Christina Judge at or 817-922-7708.


Emergency Care Center

The current Baylor Scott & White All Saints Emergency Care Center currently handles 45,000 patient visits per year, an average of 135 patients per day.  Last updated in 1994, the facility was designed to care for 20,000 patients annually.  As a result, the Emergency Care Center is experiencing severe overcrowding during peak volume periods.  

Despite these space restrictions, the Emergency Care Center staff deliver superior care.  The acuity of the patients seen is very high, as 25% of patients seen in the Emergency Care Center are admitted to the Medical Center for continued care.  These patients account for 50% of all our hospital admissions, which again attests to the high acuity of illness and injuries being seen in the Emergency Care Center.  The Baylor Scott & White All Saints Emergency Care Center is the symbolic ‘front door’ to the Medical Center. 

To address the existing limitations our current Emergency Care Center, this Spring we will begin building a new Emergency Care Center to effectively and efficiently manage the current volume and anticipated growth of patient needs.  The additional space will allow an increase in the number of beds and relocate necessary equipment.  Additionally, improved equipment and resources for monitoring and caring for our patients will be incorporated.

This project will substantially improve patient care while allowing Baylor Scott & White All Saints the ability to serve more patients in a cost-effective manner through an improved workflow.  The new Emergency Care Center will allow our doctors and nurses to assess patients and determine the best plan for each individual more efficiently.  The ability to care for more patients comfortably within the Emergency Care Center while they are being processed for admission to the Medical Center will have a positive impact on both patient care and patient satisfaction.

To support the Emergency Care Center click here and choose Emergency Care Center from the dropdown menu.


Fort Worth Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Coalition Unit

Cancer is the number one disease-related cause of death in adolescents and young adults (AYAs).   Teens and young adults with cancer often have delayed diagnoses.  They don’t go to the doctor soon enough, or their doctors miss their symptoms because they do not fit the typical profile of a potential cancer patient.  Once diagnosed, they face unique treatment and psychosocial issues.  There are 2.5 times as many 16-29-year-olds diagnosed with cancer each year as children, but there are no dedicated facilities or resources, research agendas, or support services focused on this population.  Their survival rates have remained stagnant for the last 30 years.

The Fort Worth Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Coalition (FWAYAOC) brings together teen and young adult cancer patients, survivors, health professionals, nine medical treatment organizations, two cancer services organizations, and the community in a unified effort to support young people before, during, and after cancer.  The Coalition’s first major project is to create a hospital unit dedicated to serving AYA cancer patients. 

The FWAYAOC Unit is the first of its kind in the United States.  Having opened in May 2016, this unit provides our community a dedicated, age-relevant treatment environment for patients diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 18 years to 29 years old.  It features uniquely designed rooms to meet the needs of patients and their loved ones.  All staff in the unit are specially trained in adolescent and young adult oncology.  In addition to clinical staff, a navigator and social worker are on hand to assist with psychosocial and financial needs.  Together, we are dramatically improving care for adolescents and young adults battling cancer in our community. 

To support the Fort Worth AYA Oncology Coalition Unit click here and choose Fort Worth AYA Oncology Coalition Unit from the dropdown menu.

For a personal tour of the AYA Oncology Coalition Unit or for more information, please contact Kristie Gibson at or 817-922-7714.


Joan Katz Breast Center

Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Navigation Services


The Joan Katz Breast Center provides hope for all who hear the words, “You have cancer.”  All of the non-medical services offered by the Joan Katz Breast Center are free to breast and gynecologic cancer patients and their families regardless of where they receive their direct medical care.  Serves offered at the breast center include:  patient navigation from diagnosis through wellness; education regarding disease process, pathology, cancer treatment options, nutrition and wellness; one-on-one chemotherapy teaching; connection to community resources and support; coordination of medical appointments; genetic counseling and testing; breast cancer support group; access to Survivor Gals Salon offering specialty products for women facing chemotherapy - related appearance issues; and free yoga and other fitness classes.   

Click here to: Learn More About the Services Available at the Joan Katz Breast Center. 

To support the Joan Katz Breast Center click here and choose Joan Katz Breast Center Endowment from the dropdown menu.

For a personal tour of the Joan Katz Breast Center or for more information,                   please contact Kristie Gibson at or                     817-922-7714. 


Memorial Garden

In an effort to provide quality, compassionate care to families who experience the loss of their babies during the early stages of pregnancy, Baylor Scott & White All Saints is creating a Memorial Garden to help grieving families.  The Memorial Garden at Greenwood Cemetery will be a special place to honor these difficult losses.  We invite you to consider a gift for this special project. 

To support the Memorial Garden click here and choose Memorial Garden from the dropdown menu.

 For more information, please contact Kristie Gibson at  or 817-922-7714.


Oncology Program

Cancer Screenings, Diagnosis,Treatment and Recovery

Oncology Family Waiting Room

The oncology unit at Baylor Scott & White All Saints offers 26 dedicated inpatient beds and an outpatient infusion center.  Every year, more than one million people are diagnosed with cancer. If you're faced with a cancer diagnosis, our comprehensive cancer care services and team of oncologists on our medical staff can give you the tools you need to fight back.

We offer technologically advanced inpatient and outpatient cancer services for removing tumors and treating cancer symptoms in a caring, supportive atmosphere.

Baylor Scott & White All Saints has received the Commission on Cancer accreditation from the American College of Surgeons. The program sets quality of care standards for cancer programs and reviews programs to ensure they conform to their high standard.

Click here to: Learn More About Our Oncology Unit

To support the Oncology Unit click here and choose Oncology Program Fund from the dropdown menu.

For more specific information, please contact Christina Judge at or 817-922-7708.


Paul and Judy Andrews Women's Hospital

Complete Care For All the Stages of Your Life

Baylor All Saints Medical Center

To treat your unique needs, Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center's Andrews Women’s Hospital is a complete health care destination designed for women and offers the next generation in women’s health care, all in a soothing environment.

Click here to: Learn More About Andrews Women's Hospital

To support the Paul and Judy Andrews Women's Hospital click here and choose Paul and Judy Andrews Women's Hospital from the dropdown menu.

For a personal tour of the Andrews Women's Hospital or for more information,                please contact Kristie Gibson at or                817-922-7714. 


Transplant Program

The Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute at Baylor Scott & White All Saints is an internationally renowned destination for transplant care.  Our transplant program started in 2002 and performs kidney, liver and pancreas transplants.  The achievement of reaching 1,000 kidney transplants in 2014 was truly a significant accomplishment for Baylor Scott & White All Saints.  Our world-renowned physicians on our medical staff and highly trained staff have made transplant services a shining star.  Our transplant services reach well beyond Fort Worth since our kidney transplant team now travels weekly to a kidney transplant clinic in Lubbock, and soon the team will add Amarillo. Setting up these clinics is part of Baylor All Saints’ patient-centered care.  We want to provide services – pre-transplant evaluation or transplant follow-up for post-transplant patients – in a convenient setting for our patients.

 To support the Transplant Program click here and choose Transplant Program from the dropdown menu.

For a personal tour of the Transplant Unit or for more information, please contact Christina Judge at or 817-922-7708.