The Future of JPS
you said yes to JPS
In November 2018, the voters of Tarrant County overwhelmingly approved our vision for the future of JPS Health Network. Decisions about our growth are being shaped by the JPS Health Network Board of Managers and Tarrant County Commissioners Court. This is the place where you can find details of the plan to make our community healthier and stronger.
The Tarrant County Commissioners Court has recommended a project management partnership to JPS Health Network leaders to oversee a capital improvement plan approved by voters in November 2018.
The decision sets in motion plans for determining how to use up to $800 million in bond funds authorized by voters to shape and create facilities that will allow JPS to best serve its patients for the next 50 years.
“We appreciate the work of the Commissioners Court on this project,” said Adam Lane, Vice President and Chief Facilities Management Officer at JPS. “This project is something that will give us the opportunity to meet the needs of the community and fulfill our mission to provide quality patient healthcare for everyone who needs it, including the underserved, now and into the future.”