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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ is a full-service medical center serving four counties of North Texas and Southern Oklahoma for over 95 years. With 241 licensed beds, approximately 750 employees and almost 190 affiliated physicians, THPH-WNJ's mission is to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve.

Sherman, Texas
 Medical professionals searching for quality of life and a thriving community in which to practice, find what they are looking for in Sherman, Texas.

Sherman is the county seat of Grayson County, a rural county in north central Texas, with a population of approximately 115,000. The population of the city of Sherman is estimated to have grown to near 40,000.

Lake Texoma and the Red River border the county on the north. Dallas is roughly 65 miles south via US Hwy 75 or Hwy 289. There are two small airports in the county, with commercial airline services conveniently located one hour away- Dallas/Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field.

Sherman is proud of its historical significance, but is also a modern city with a thriving present and promising future. The Sherman Independent School District holds true to the traditions of education, it continues to keep up with and often surpass the demands placed on education as an institution. Upgrades in facilities, technology and continued dedication to academics have made the Sherman ISD one of the finest school districts.  The district includes eight elementary schools (and two more under construction), an intermediate school, a middle school, a high school, and a school that houses early childhood, handicapped and alternative learning students. Parents who seek a private education in Sherman are afforded a choice of three private school systems. Sherman is home to two colleges, the nationally acclaimed liberal arts college, Austin College and a top-notch community college, Grayson County College.

The community playhouse, Finley Cultural Center, provides top entertainment throughout the year as well as the annual Community Series, which includes the annual Sherman Symphony Pops Concert of Christmas music and carols the first weekend of December. Shopping opportunities abound in Sherman at the Midway Mall, Sherman Town Center, and downtown area.

Several large companies choose Sherman as home. MEMC Southwest, Fisher Controls, Progress rail, FedEx Ground, Presco Polymers and DuTec, Inc. anchor Shermans economic future.

Sherman, Texas is a phenomenal place to practice medicine and a quality area to raise a family and grow a business.

Please visit the Sherman Chamber of Commerce website at ShermanTexas.com.

Lake Texoma
Just to the north of Sherman lies beautiful Lake Texoma. Spanning the Texas/Oklahoma border, the shoreline of the lake runs a total of 1250 miles long. This man made lake was constructed between 1939 and 1944 as a means of flood control. The dam, which is almost three miles long, holds back 89,000 surface acres of water at normal pool level. The power plant is capable of generating 70,000 kilowatts of power. It has been estimated that as much as $90 million has been saved from flood damage.

For the outdoors enthusiast, Lake Texoma offers boating of all kinds, water skiing, camping, swimming, hiking and dont forget, striper fishing!

For more information concerning Lake Texoma, visit the Lake Texoma Association Guide at LakeTexomaOnline.com.

Explore Your Future at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ
We have a number of healthcare jobs available to qualified applicants, including nursing, clinical, administrative, and non-clinical support positions.  To explore your future here at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ, you can browse our current openings.