Tarrant County, TX, officials are concerned about problems in JPS network
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 7, 2008
Tarrant County, TX, commissioners have expressed concern over questions raised by a series of Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports about the JPS Health Network. Commissioners were careful to praise the medical and administrative staff of the taxpayer-supported John Peter Smith Hospital, but promised to press the hospital's leadership on finance and patient care issues at a coming meeting. Commissioner Marti VanRavenswaay, who represents southeast Tarrant County, said she has asked mayors in her precinct to invite residents to meet with her to discuss their complaints and concerns regarding JPS.
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