Coronavirus In Texas: Less People Going To ER For Fear Of COVID-19 ExposureWhen they do go in, for everything from chest pain to general sickness, emergency physicians said they are seeing some patients at a more advanced stage of illness.
JPS Health Network CEO To Elevator Company After Accident: 'Own It'The president of JPS Health Network released a letter Monday saying an elevator accident at the Fort Worth hospital is having a ripple effect on patient and staff safety.
Tarrant County Calls For $800M Bond Election To Improve Hospital DistrictProposed improvements include a new mental health and behavioral health hospital, a new main hospital tower, cancer center, four regional health centers and an ambulatory surgical center.
Flu Clinics Hit The Road To Reach The NeedyThe roving clinics are designed to reach people at homeless shelters, a church and other places that are convenient for residents to access care.
Free Class Teaches Life-Saving Skills To Regular PeopleMany people say that everybody should know what to do if a shooter were to take aim in a public setting. It certainly is a sign of the times, but it is now more important than ever.
Long A Niche, Street Medicine For Homeless Heads MainstreamThey're house calls without the house. North Texas healthcare workers are among those practicing "street medicine," a tiny health care niche that advocates predict will become more mainstream as hospitals and health care systems seek to cut costs.
Hospital Issues Flu Alert To Leave Kids At HomeCities across North Texas are taking strong measures to try to stop the spread of the flu. In fact, some hospitals are asking people to leave their children at home when they visit patients.
Former Big Box Store To Be Health Care 'Supermarket' Where most just see a big, vacant space JPS sees a location next to their patients that's easy to access.