DHR Health to advise Edinburg City Council, community of “Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month” during Tuesday, March 2 public session
Medical professionals with DHR Health will appear before the Edinburg City Council on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, for a city proclamation recognizing March 2021 as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, which will include a call to observe Friday, March 5, 2021, as “Dress in Blue Day” to help bring awareness to colorectal cancer.
Women’s health, telehealth, and mental health among medical care issues that may see action by the Texas Legislature, announces House Research Organization
While COVID-19 and Medicaid expansion are sure to receive major attention during the ongoing 87th Texas Legislature, other key issues dealing with state health and human services may very well also be taken up by state lawmakers in the next few weeks and months, DHR Health has announced.
Rep. Canales makes Texas history again with reappointment as Chair of House Committee on Transportation by Speaker of the House Phelan
By being selected as Chair, House Committee on Transportation, Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, on Thursday, February 4, 2021, made history again by becoming the first Hispanic state lawmaker to lead that influential group of 12 fellow state representatives.
This is one in a series of stories about the men and women who are vital not only to their respective legislative employers but also to the people of the Rio Grande Valley.
DHR Health, Border Health PAC continue to transform South Texas for the better, Alonzo Cantú tells journalists during media luncheon
DHR Health, one of the more prominent hospital systems in Texas, and its influential legislative and policy-making arm, Border Health PAC, continue to empower South Texas for the better, according to Alonzo Cantú of McAllen, who serves on the governing boards of both organizations.
Valley state representatives land spots on key committees that will shape transportation, health, higher education, energy, redistricting, and the state budget, announces attorney Omar Ochoa
The Rio Grande Valley’s eight-member state representatives on Thursday, February 4, 2021, were appointed to serve on House of Representatives committees that will shape transportation, public health, higher education, energy, redistricting, the state budget and other issues important to deep South Texas, attorney Omar Ochoa has announced.