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Jonathan Demiar, RN Critical Care, Surgery/Trauma Progressive Care

For Jonathan Demiar, the fact that JPS is a Level I Trauma Center was a big draw when he considered where to start his career. JPS has the first and only Level I Trauma Center in Tarrant County, allowing the hospital to treat the most critically injured and ill patients.

“I had family that worked here for years and I already knew that I wanted to work in a Level I Trauma Center,” he said. “I was drawn to work here because I wanted to work at a place that is able to provide comprehensive care to all of its patients, no matter how sick and injured they are.”

Triet M. La, DO, MS, Psychiatry Physician

Triet M. La is an attending psychiatrist at JPS Health Network, caring for patients in the Psychiatric Emergency Center (PEC). It’s the only one of its kind in Tarrant County and works to meet the needs of patients experiencing crises.

He started his journey at JPS after completing medical school rotations in 2016, when he developed a strong passion for the PEC. “Because of this experience, I wanted to be a psychiatrist,” he said. He began his psychiatry residency at JPS in 2017.

Huyen Le, BS, RDMS, RVT, Radiology Quality Specialist

Technically, Huyen Le’s first day at JPS was in November 1988 when he was born here.

Years later, as a diagnostic medical sonography student, he completed a rotation in the General Ultrasound Department, and was impressed with the culture at JPS. After graduating, he was offered a PRN or as needed position. In March 2017, not long after, became full time when a position opened up.