Future clinic will ease ER crowding

October 16, 2013
Robert Potter, director of nursing emergency services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, told Rotarians that the future new health clinic will off-load the flurry of patients the hospital’s ER sees daily.

Robert Potter, director of nursing emergency services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, told Rotarians that the future new health clinic will off-load the flurry of patients the hospital’s ER sees daily.

By Mark K. Campbell

A new medical clinic in Azle will help with emergency room overcrowding.

At the Oct. 10 Rotary Club meeting, Robert Potter, director of nursing emergency services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle (THAZ), said that a planned walk-in care clinic will ease the burden on the ER.

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