Baylor Scott & White Health is a very blessed hospital organization with a constant influx of new equipment and supplies. We receive recyclable equipment from the various hospitals, sort through those materials at the FIAI warehouse and freely provide these supplies to worthy opportunities on the local as well the international scenes. Local missions can often times utilize our office furniture and filing systems. Dozens of non-profit organizations have benefited from second life resources in the past year.
Items You May Find at Our Warehouse
310 N. Walton St.
Dallas, TX 75226
By appointment only from Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Closed on weekends.
2911 Herring Ave.
Waco, TX 76708
By appointment only from Monday through Thursday.
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Closed on weekends.
Request Medical Supplies or Equipment
Call 254.202.1280 for Central Texas and 214.818.1080 for North Texas.
BSWH hospitals provide highly valuable supplies to be recycled for humanitarian and faith based projects. As we also develop a positive public reputation, we are beginning to receive donations from many other civic group and medical institutions.
Note: We accept only useful items in working condition that serve a purpose in our mission.
To make a donation of medical supplies and other hospital furnishings or to pick up supplies contact:
Baylor Scott & White clinical or non-clinical staff members and non-Baylor Scott & White employees are critically needed as volunteer to assist in the sorting and identification process at the FIAI Warehouse. Their expertise is needed so we can make certain we are utilizing all resources in the most efficient manner. For further information contact:
- Central Texas: 254.202.1280
- North Texas: 214.818.1080
Faith in Action coordinates the disaster relief efforts of Baylor Scott & White Health. This office gathers physical, medical resources as well as money to address disasters anywhere in the world. In the past, we have responded to disasters in Japan, India, Pakistan and Philippines. Locally, we have reached out to New England; West, Texas; Colorado; Oklahoma; Missouri; and Arkansas.
These lectures are designed to bring clergy and medical personnel together to discuss a common point of concern for all patients, families, and our society. For example, medical ethics issues and end-of-life concerns have to be addressed from both spiritual and clinical perspective.
Faith Community Health seeks to bridge the gap between healthcare and faith communities. This program pairs volunteers from area churches with identified patients who need the assistance of a trained volunteer. The goal of the Faith Community Health Program is to partner a volunteer with an individual who could benefit from extra support, whether they are homebound elderly members, parents with special needs children or others who struggle in their care.
Faith Community Caregivers are trained to support and offer a ministry of presence to patients, alleviating their loneliness, assessing their needs and helping them get access to resources.
Faith Community Health operates from four principles — Right door, providing and educating patients at the most appropriate location; Right time, educating and equipping individuals to help them recognize symptoms early; Ready to be treated, helping people prepare to share with their health care provider concerning symptoms, medications and home remedies; Reassured/not alone, treating people with compassionate care, assuring them they are not alone.
Video: Faith in Community Health
Video: Building a bridge of trust between health care and the community
Faith in Action Initiatives provides monetary scholarships to Baylor Scott & White employees going on international missions trips. We are very enthusiastic for our employees' participation on such experiences where they can utilize their skills for God’s glory in an international context. Such a trip can shape their lives for the good, strengthening their faith, increasing their cultural insight and making them a more competent medical professional as they work for Baylor Scott & White.
To learn more about scholarships and FIAI, contact:
The aim of the Sacred Vocation Program (SVP) is to enhance the spiritual and emotional care of patients and their families by cultivating and renewing a sense of sacred vocation in those who work most closely with them. “Spiritual” as used in this program means different things to different people. Some think of living their life purpose, some heart or soul-work. This facilitation group is for anyone who cares deeply about healing patients in body, mind and spirit. This aim is accomplished by following these guiding principles:
- Nurturing the spirit of patients by first nurturing the spirit of staff/caregivers
- Realizing that everyone has the power to heal and the power to harm
- Recognizing one’s self as healer helps give meaning and validation to life
- Shaping a healthy work environment allows for more meaningful experiences to occur
- It is the right thing to do (mission, vision, values) and it produces results (patient satisfaction, employee satisfaction and retention)
For more information contact: