DHR Health’s Level One Trauma Center is “lifting the entire area because 1.4 million people deserve the best” medical care – Carlos Cárdenas, MD
Almost exactly three years to the day that DHR Health leaders first publicly began their crusade to become a Level One Trauma Center to serve deep South Texas, that far-reaching goal officially became a life-saving reality on Wednesday, September 8, 2021.
Rep. ÓscarLongoria, D-Mission, one of several candidates for Texas Speaker of the House in 2020, recently announced he will be seeking reelection to his current position as the legislator for Texas House District 35, which encompasses parts of Hidalgo and Cameron Counties.
Landmark vote by UTRGV students, praised by Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, to bring a major college football program, more women’s sports, marching band, and economic and educational benefits to the Valley
more women’s sports, marching band, and economic and educational benefits to the Valley is being praised by Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg.
DHR Health proposes ideas to House Committee on Public Health to help improve medical and health care needs for Texas-Mexico border region
Health care in the Rio Grande Valley is still out of reach for too many hardworking people who suffer from poverty, do not have enough education, and lack affordable or dependable transportation to get routine medical check-ups and medications that can help prevent chronic diseases, according to Alberto H. Gutiérrez, MD, Assistant Medical Director, DHR Health Hospice.
Texas Press Association names Sen. Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo/Starr County, as a Champion of Transparency, reports attorney Omar Ochoa
The Texas Press Association has named Sen. Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo/Starr County, as a Champion of Transparency for her leadership in promoting open government and accountability during the 2021 Regular Session of the Texas Legislature, reports attorney Omar Ochoa.
Maricela “Mari” De León of FORMA Public Affairs to help South Texans succeed at the highest levels of the Texas Legislature and state government
Many people believe that the Texas Legislature, statewide elected officials, and appointed leaders of the more than two hundred boards, commissions, and agencies – the highest levels of state government – are beyond the understanding, reach and influence of most individuals.