Video: Fort Worth community celebrates unveiling of Pediatric Mobile Clinic
The goal of the Pediatric Mobile Clinic is to improve the overall health of children in Tarrant County, 75,000 of whom are uninsured.
The clinic, unveiled during a celebration Tuesday at Morningside Middle School, will be staffed by a medical team from UNT Health Science Center. It will deliver care at no cost to youngsters in the Fort Worth neighborhoods of Como, Morningside, North Side and Stop Six.
By Jan Jarvis The anticipation kept Vincent Wang awake all night. “It’s like Christmas,” the fourth-year medical student said. “You know you’re getting a present, but you don’t know what it is.” Wang was among 213 Texas of College of Osteopathic Medicine fourth-year ...Read more
Mar 20, 2018
By Sally Crocker Sara Byrd is looking forward to UNT Health Science Center graduation day for two very big reasons. After crossing the stage in cap and gown at this spring’s commencement ceremonies, the School of Public Health MHA graduate will board a plane for Africa. There she w...Read more
Mar 19, 2018
By Alex Branch In 2012, medical students Sammy Lee Chong and Nicole Hocevar Howerton helped brainstorm ideas for students to work together for a good cause outside the classroom. They started Tee Off F.O.R.E. TCOM, a golf tournament that raised money for student scholarships at UNT H...Read more
Mar 16, 2018
By Jan Jarvis Last fall, Gemma Sookprasong flew to Wichita, Kan., for an interview that could lead to a medical residency at a hospital there. She never made it to the interview, but she did end up at that hospital. “I woke up in a trauma bay,” she said. The car accident th...Read more
Mar 14, 2018