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    The nonprofit health care system won accolades from minority employees for its “strong stance against unfair practices” and support for women and LGBT groups. Diversity education starts at orientation and then keeps going with training and multicultural celebrations. Says one biracial staffer: “They believe in equality for all employees—and patients.”

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    Company Info

    HQ Location
    Arlington, Texas
    Total # of Employees
    18,815*
    Revenue (Most Recent Year)
    $4.1 billion
    Industry
    Health Care
    Type of Organization
    Non-profit
    # Work Sites250
    Year Founded1,997
    Web Addresshttp://www.texashealth.org
    Employee counts and revenue are global statistics. Women and minority executive representation track only U.S. employees.

    Diversity

    Women Executives60%
    Minority Executives14%

    Race and Ethnicity Groups

    African-American/Black
    18%
    American Indian/Alaska Native
    1%
    Asian
    11%
    Hispanic/Latino
    12%
    Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
    <1%
    Two or More Races-
    Caucasian/White
    59%