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Updated: May 10
JPS seeks community input on healthcare needs
JPS is the community healthcare provider for all of Tarrant County, so it is essential that the public continue to be a part of the JPS Bond Program as it unfolds.
As plans take shape for the new JPS Medical Home Southwest, JPS is holding Community Listening Sessions. JPS wants to hear from people who live and work in the area and learn about their health needs, especially for behavioral health services.
It is important to understand the community itself and how residents gain access to healthcare. This input will be utilized to inform plans for the design of the new clinic and to determine which health resources will be available at the facility.
JPS Medical Home Southwest is slated to be the first major project of the JPS Bond Program. Its location is being finalized. It will include primary care services as well as other healthcare services. The medical home model will allow patients to access care under one roof for convenience and efficiency.
The first in-person Community Listening Session is 6 - 7:30 p.m. on May 11 at the Dionne Phillips Bagsby Southwest Subcourthouse, 6551 Granbury Road, Fort Worth. A virtual event is planned for May 17.
An online survey is now available to share input related to behavioral health resources, service options, and access to healthcare in the community. Your input will make a difference for all of Tarrant County.
JPS wants to learn more about how Tarrant County families use medical facilities and get input on how JPS can provide facilities and health resources that meet the needs of the public. Visit YesToJPS.org/engagement for more details.