DALLAS, Nov. 20 In its 18th year, the Dallas 100(TM)Awards, presented by the SMU Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship,recognized the Texas Institute for Surgery at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallasas one of the North Texas area's top 100 fastest growing, privately heldcompanies. This is the fourth year that TIS has been recognized for its rapidgrowth.
"The Dallas market is full of dynamic and enterprising companies, so it isan honor to again be included in this year's list. From day one our missionat the Texas Institute for Surgery has been about innovating the health careexperience," says Debbie Hay, RN, BSN, CASC, president, Texas Institute forSurgery. "For a relatively young company, this honor is a direct testament tothe continued energy and entrepreneurship of our surgeons and front line staffwho are working every day to deliver the best health experience possible toour patients."
Co-founded in 1990 by the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at the SMUCox School of Business, the annual Dallas 100 Awards identifies and honors the100 fastest-growing privately held companies in the Dallas area. The stringentqualification criteria for the award include the legal status, location, saleshistory, credit report and character of a company, while the winners arechosen on the basis of increased growth in sales, giving weight to percentageof growth as well as absolute dollar growth between 2005 and 2007. The Dallas100 award is widely recognized as a tribute to the innovative spirit,determination and business savvy of entrepreneurs in the area.
About Texas Institute for Surgery
Founded in 2004, the Texas Institute for Surgery at Presbyterian Hospitalof Dallas, is one of the premier specialty surgical hospitals in the country.Surgeons operating at the Texas Institute for Surgery in North Dallasspecialize in orthopedic surgery, back and spinal surgery, ENT procedures,sports medicine, plastic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, urological surgicalcare, sports medicine. For more information please visithttp://www.texasinstituteforsurgery.com.
SOURCE Texas Institute for Surgery