Podcast series produced by JPS Health Network.
New Road, Same Rules
Own it. Seek joy. Don’t be a jerk. Those are the rules of the road at JPS. President and CEO Robert Earley talks about how in the face of a pandemic those rules are now more than ever key to the care we provide.
How Far We've Come
COVID-19 has put pressure on the healthcare system and our caregivers, but we’re responding at record speed. Dr. Steve Davis gives us a look into what we’ve learned over the last nine months, and how we’re taking that into the future of medicine.
About 40 years before COVID-19, another deadly virus swept the globe. JPS Health Network’s Healing Wings program has played a vital role over the decades in helping to tame HIV in Tarrant County.
While HIV has never been cured, it’s become something those infected can live with. Healing Wings serves about 2,000 patients a month, making sure they get the medication and all the associated care they need to continue to live to their fullest.
Remembering Your Why
These are tough times, not only for healthcare workers, but for everyone. So, how do JPS team members, nine months into the COVDI-19 pandemic, find the determination to keep serving their community?
We handed them the microphone and asked where they find the strength, courage and willpower to be ready to serve when they're needed.
When Seconds Count
It may seem like time stands still for family members as they wait for a loved one to emerge from trauma surgery, but things happen fast when lives are in the balance. That’s why there’s no substitute for the skill and experience of the Level I Trauma team at JPS. Trauma surgeons Dr. Carlos Rodriguez and Dr. Raj Gandhi discuss what Level I Trauma care means for patients in an emergency and the community as a whole.
Making Time for Mental Wellness
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of fear and anxiety for many of us, but getting the care we need can be a challenge when we're supposed to stay apart. Fortunately, the JPS Behavioral Health team is finding new ways to connect with patients remotely, ensuring they get the counseling and resources they need to be well.