This year alone, 150,000 children will make a trip to the emergency room at Children’s Medical Center Dallas. But the hospital says some of those youngsters could be treated more quickly, and at a lower cost, closer to home.
The price of taking a child to a doctor’s office has become so expensive that some moms and dads are opting to take their kids to retail clinics for medical care.
Rangers manager Ron Washington says All-Star right fielder Nelson Cruz has done a good job of separating his job on the field from the lingering questions off it.
The new Texas Women’s Health Plan is up and running, but without Planned Parenthood providers. And many clients now find themselves confused about the process that’s forced them to find new doctors.
Dallas County Health and Human Services officials announced that free flu immunizations will be given to the public beginning this week and throughout this flu season.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Convention Center will transform into the largest doctor’s office in the world on September 29. The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) is offering free medical checks […]
In the ongoing battle over whether Texas’ Women’s Health Care patients can access care through Planned Parenthood providers—the latest round goes to the state. But, the legal challenges are far from over.
An attorney for the state argued Thursday that a federal judge improperly barred Texas from enforcing a new rule excluding Planned Parenthood clinics from participating in a taxpayer-funded women’s health program.
A federal appeals judge says Texas cannot ban Planned Parenthood from receiving state funds.
Under a state law taking effect Wednesday, more than 100,000 North Texas women won’t be able to get care at Planned Parenthood clinics — which treat about 44 percent of those participating in the Texas’ Women’s Health Program.
A North Texas doctor has turned her concerns about medical care for low-income children and families into a non-profit medical clinic. Now, dozens of physicians are lending their “Healing Hands”.
Poverty is creeping into the suburbs and with it, services for those who are suddenly having trouble paying for basic necessities like food.