The Harris Health System is expected to expand following a $2.5 billion bond proposal for a new trauma center and community clinics.
Harris Health System to Expand with New Trauma Center and Community Clinics Following $2.5 Billion Bond Proposal
The Harris Health System is expected to expand with a new trauma center and community clinics following the $2.5 billion bond proposal in Harris County, wherein the Harris Health System would improve the facilities in several areas struggling with affordable healthcare services.
According to a report published in ABC13, the Harris Health System had been struggling with a lack of healthcare services and facilities and with the funding, would help in building needed facilities for individuals suffering from injuries and other services for low-income residents and those who were uninsured with the decreasing Harris Health System.
The funding for the Harris Health System would also address the needs of low-income patients suffering from a lack of services and infrastructures, improving the Harris Health System’s capability to be accessible for low-income residents seeking affordable yet quality services in the county.
Funding for Harris Health System Will Improve Facilities and Health Workforce Receive Support
Following the proposed funding for the Harris Health System, individuals and groups have expressed their support and approval, claiming it would help low-income residents seeking with their hospital bills and needs.
If the bond proposal was not approved, the administration believed more people would suffer from the lack of better healthcare services and facilities with the struggling Harris Health System, Houston Chronicle reported.