JPS Stop Six/Walter B. Barbour Health Center has been named Business of the Year among large employers by Southeast Fort Worth Inc., praised as a vital asset in the city’s economic development plans for Southeast Fort Worth.
Alicia Coomes, RN, a nurse health coach at JPS Health Network, has been awarded the DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s top honor for hospital employees in the Metroplex, praised for improving care for the homeless.
JPS Health Network is using technology to help ensure that certain medical supplies and equipment are available where and when our medical professionals need them. Two technologies used at JPS are the Real Time Location System (RTLS) and automated supply cabinets.
JPS and LifeGift team members will gather on Friday morning to hoist the Donate Life Flag at JPS and honor organ donors and their families, including the mother of an Azle woman who became a donor under extraordinary circumstances.
JPS Health Network is No. 1 in the nation for organ donation among hospitals that don’t perform transplants and ninth in the country overall, according to statistics from the United Network for Organ Sharing.
JPS team members are invited to bring unwanted computers and other electronic devices to the Main Campus on April 21 to have them recycled. JPS will have a vendor on site for four hours to collect all electronic devices except televisions.