Newsroom Archive

JPS Selected to Lead the Fight Against Opioid Painkiller Abuse

JPS Health Network is one of only 10 hospitals across the nation to be awarded a competitive grant aimed at reducing addiction to opioid painkillers.

Emergency Medicine physician James D’Etienne said the health network will receive a total of $1.5 million divided into three equal installments over the next three years. The money from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration will be used to establish programs which will help to wean patients off addictive pain killers.

Sanders, Wong Wrap up More than 80 Years of Work at JPS

A pair of veteran nurses will take more than 80 years of experience with them as they walk out the doors of JPS and into well-deserved retirement.

It’s a bittersweet time for Trudy Sanders, Vice President of Patient Care Services, and Lily Wong, Director of Nursing Support Services, as they leave behind jobs they love, colleagues they’ve worked alongside for decades to help build JPS into what it is today, and countless team members they've helped to develop to lead the health network into the future.

A Dynamic Duo in the Battle against Vascular Disease

Unhealthy eating habits, high blood pressure and an aging population are all contributing to an increase in vascular disease in Tarrant County and across the United States.

JPS Health Network has a pair of skilled vascular surgeons, Dr. Daisy Chou and Dr. Vikram Palkar, to bring the latest advancements in their field to patients and keep them healthy. They remove plaque and clots from blood vessels to decrease strain on the heart, reduce the likelihood of strokes and make sure the rest of the body has the blood supply it needs to perform as it should.

Being Isolated Doesn’t Mean You’re Alone while Battling COVID-19

Since the beginning of the battle against COVID-19, we have heard how many people tested positive each day and how many of them require hospitalization.

But what happens to the people who aren’t hospitalized? Do they just go home and get back to normal in a few days? The truth is many of them have their health linger in limbo for weeks that turn into months. They live an isolated life in their home, worried about what every new symptom means while simultaneously wondering how they’ll pay their bills and who will bring them medicine and groceries.

JPS Named Top Hospital in America by Washington Monthly

JPS Health Network was named the best hospital in the United States, according to a new hospital evaluating system unveiled Tuesday by Washington Monthly Magazine. Ranking near the top of every category, it out-scored the most prestigious healthcare organizations in America. 

You might ask yourself, “how is it possible for a public safety-net hospital to out-rank the finest private hospitals across the United States?”

JPS Named Top Hospital in America by Washington Monthly

JPS Health Network was named the best hospital in the United States, according to a new hospital evaluating system unveiled Tuesday by Washington Monthly Magazine. Ranking near the top of every category, it out-scored the most prestigious healthcare organizations in America. 

You might ask yourself, “how is it possible for a public safety-net hospital to out-rank the finest private hospitals across the United States?”