PATC


I would like to thank each and everyone from Project Access.  I have a new lease on life now.  Without Project Access and the doctors involved I would have been limited for possibly the rest of my life.  Thank you everyone!!!” -PATC Patient

Project Access Tarrant County is an initiative approved by the Tarrant County Medical Society (TCMS) Board of Directors to provide healthcare access to the uninsured and working poor in Tarrant County. TCMS has led the charge in the life of PATC, and since September 2011, PATC volunteers have provided Tarrant County’s in need with over $14.5 million in donated healthcare access. Over 1,700 patients have enrolled in PATC and have had surgical and/or other specialty procedures completed by utilizing the charitable gifts of a network of existing voluntary providers and collaborative partnerships. PATC’s mission is to expand health care access and improve health outcomes for low-income, uninsured residents of Tarrant County, utilizing the charitable gifts of a network of existing voluntary providers and collaborative partnerships.