JPS Foundation

 


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Geriatric CareThe JPS Foundation serves as the bridge to connect community leaders and benefactors with JPS Health Network to create healthier communities, particularly those who are most in need. While JPS receives some property tax dollars, the care provided could never be done without additional funding. The JPS Foundation exists to secure philanthropic gifts, goods and grants, providing service and support to improve the health status of families receiving health care via JPS.

Click here to become a donor or call us at 817-702-7310.

JPS Foundation
1223 South Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76104

Phone: 817-702-7310
Fax: 817-702-7330
Email: jpsfoundation@jpshealth.org 

Meet our Foundation board and staff.



JPS Makes Lives Better Sponsors

 

JPS depends on you to invest in a healthier Tarrant County.

Please consider making a gift to make lives better for those who depend on JPS.

JPS Health Network provides outstanding compassionate care to Tarrant County residents which translates into over 1.8 million patient encounters each year. With more than 6,500 team members, JPS is dedicated to making lives better in the community it serves.

 

 

  1. JPS is the only Level 1 Trauma Center in Tarrant County.
  2. JPS is the only public hospital in the nation certified for heart attack, sepsis, stroke and trauma care.
  3. JPS has the only Psychiatric Emergency Center in Tarrant County.
  4. JPS is ranked 51 out of 150 organizations nationwide in Modern Healthcare’s 2017 Best Places to Work.
  5. JPS has 48 caregivers certified as Geriatric Resource Nurses who specialize in early recognition and prevention of delirium.
  6. JPS has 20 school-based clinics in Tarrant County.
  7. JPS received the 2017 Environmental Services Department of the Year award for large hospitals by the Association for Healthcare Environment.
  8. JPS ranks among the nation’s top hospitals for employee engagement.
  9. JPS provides cutting-edge healthcare through its nationally recognized Behavioral Health Department.
  10. JPS has more than 60 unique sites of care in Tarrant County.