“Our group has enjoyed our involvement in Project Access Tarrant County immensely. Many of my partners have mentioned that the program has given back to them more than they have given. So many patients are encountered at the hospital with serious problems but no resources for managing them after discharge. Collaborating with PATC has given us a new resource for treating these problems and preventing ongoing, repeat ER visits without a long-term solution. We are lucky to have so many other partners in the community such as THR, local anesthesiologists, radiology groups and laboratories as often treatment without that coordination would be impossible. We are lucky to have such giving people in our community. And there is no better feeling than to see these very happy and appreciative patients return to be able to resume their life and work. My group Urology Partners of North Texas is so appreciative to PATC and all the other physicians and groups that contribute.”

-FH Trey Moore III, MD, Urology Partners of North Texas


In 2011, Tarrant County Medical Society created Project Access to not only meet the needs of local patients but also to aid our physicians in being able to provide charity care. PATC takes care of it all: from original referral to vetting patient eligibility; from hospital application to scheduling ancillary care. We coordinate so you can do what you do best: Practice Medicine.

When you volunteer for PATC, you are in control of how many patients you see per year. If you reach that number, we will not ask you to see additional patients until the following calendar year. You are always in control of the patients you see, and they will be scheduled directly with your office so your practice flow is not interrupted.

You can download the volunteer form here. Please contact Kathryn with any questions.  




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