January 13th, 2019
A Bit of Health Services of North Texas History
HSNT has a rich history of caring for those in our community that need us the most and one of our founding community advocates, Barbara McCraw has been there with us since the very beginning. Barbara McCraw, Master Quilter, is a community advocate, friend to HSNT and many community groups. Barbara and Ernie McCraw connected to HSNT as soon as they moved to Denton in 1995. They served as volunteers, Board Members, donors, advocates, and friend to many staff and clients.
HSNT recently learned through an article in the Denton Record Chronicle that Barbara’s passion for quilting began when she was volunteering at ASNT. Click here to read more about Barbara’s work.
Health Services of North Texas celebrates 30 Years
Health Services of North Texas celebrated 30 years of improving the quality of life for all North Texans through medical care, support services and advocacy. HSNT has grown from its grass roots beginnings into a highly respected agency dedicated to making a difference in North Texas communities.
June 22, 2018
Health Services of North Texas Receives GuideStar Platinum Award
GuideStar USA provides a trusted seal of transparency for nonprofit organizations. Health Services of North Texas has received a Platinum rating from GuideStar, the highest rating. We are committed to the highest level of transparency! Read more
August 31, 2018
Health Services of North Texas Best of Denton County Winner
Health Services of North Texas was voted the best nonprofit in the Health Organization category. We are very proud to be able to provide families of Denton County with quality medical care.
December 30, 2017
Health Services of North Texas Receives HRSA Quality Award
Health Services of North Texas receives the 2017 Health Center Quality Leader Award from HRSA, (Health Resources and Services Administration) in recognition of exemplary service and commitment to providing quality health care. CEO, Doreen Rue has this to say about the quality award, “Providing quality care to our patients is central to all that we do here at Health Services of North Texas, and we are committed to being the provider of choice for our patients and community.” HSNT ranks in the top 30% of health centers across the nation and this achievement is awarded by providing quality care one patient at a time. Dr Jason Siegel responds to this award by reaffirming HSNT’s commitment to caring for our patients, “The HSNT Team is here for you and thankful that you’ve chosen to trust us with your medical care.” See the award
December 20, 2017
HSNT Awarded Grant from Dallas Women’s Foundation
Health Services of North Texas receives a $30,000 Grant from Dallas Women’s Foundation to Provide Healthcare for Women In Need.
Health Services of North Texas (HSNT) is excited to announce that we’ve been awarded a $30,000 grant from Dallas Women’s Foundation. The funds will support our Women’s Clinical Services program which provides essential healthcare services (i.e. medical visits, reproductive healthcare, labs, imaging, referrals, medications, medical supplies) for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured women. Read more
March 24, 2017
Health Services of North Texas receives a $1,000,000 Grant to Expand Medical Services and Needs Community Support.
Health Services of North Texas is excited to announce that we’ve been awarded a $1,000,000 Federal Grant to build a new Medical Center on Mesa Drive that will allow us to meet the growing demand in Denton County for medical care and support services. This lead gift has jump started the project and now we need community support to raise an additional 1.5 million. The Capital Campaign Cabinet is co-chaired by Andy Eads, County Commissioner, Jill Jester, Minor & Jester, P.C. and Dale Kimble retired Chairman of the Board of DATCU and community volunteer. Read more
January 23, 2017
Cuisine for a Cure
8th Annual Cuisine for A Cure progressive dinner at the Shops at Legacy Plano, in support of Plano Children’s Medical Clinic, will be held Sunday, March 26, 2017. Event Co-Chairs are Dr. Raymund C. King and Kristi Nelson, NBC 5 Anchor. The 8th annual fundraising event, Cuisine for A Cure, supports the Plano Children’s Medical Clinic’s efforts to deliver compassionate high quality pediatric care regardless of a family’s ability to pay. Over 4,500 children (representing 10,620 annual visits) were seen in 2016, and the number is expected to be nearly 5,000 by the end of 2017. All children are either uninsured or on Medicaid/CHIP. Read more
December 19, 2016
Debra Layman Joins Health Services of North Texas
Health Services of North Texas (HSNT) Announces New Chief Operations Officer, Debra Layman R.N. as it Realizes Unprecedented Growth in Patient Care.
During 2015 and 2016 Health Services of North Texas experienced a growth of 172% (7,814 patients) in patient care. Along with this growth we realize the need to add industry experts to our team. HSNT announces the addition of Debra Layman, R.N. as Chief Operations Officer.
In her new role, Mrs. Layman will look at scope of services and processes that are in place to ensure they are the most effective and efficient in support of our vision of a Healthy Community. Mrs. Layman shares her perspective, “One of the things that I have learned is that people are the most valuable asset in the organization. I am pleased to see as I come in that the staff at HSNT embodies the spirit of servitude and I look forward to encouraging that and creating efficiencies and opportunities that will strengthen the organization and our service to the community.” Full Story
August 22, 2016
Hearts & Heroes
Hearts and Heroes honors outstanding citizens and organizations that are dedicated to leadership, philanthropy and a commitment to community service.
Health Services of North Texas, a non-profit organization providing services to underserved North Texans, will be hosting its 15 annual Hearts & Heroes event at the Denton Country Club on Thursday, October 27, from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Hearts & Heroes honors outstanding citizens and organizations that are dedicated to leadership, philanthropy and a commitment to community service. Awards that will be granted include the Spirit Award, Founders Award, Community Leadership Award, The Richard Sale III Award and the Agency of the Year Award.
The honorees that have been chosen for the awards have made a difference within the North Texas community. Honorees include Susan R. Frank, Mark Merki, Delena Stuart-Watson, Gene Gumfory and Communities in Schools of North Texas.
The business dress event will take place on Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6:00 PM and draws 200 attendees to honor those that typically avoid recognition for their service to the greater North Texas community.
August 25, 2014
Denton South Center
Health Services of North Texas Strengthens Women’s Health Care Services in Denton through the Acquisition of Family Health Care, Inc.
Denton, TX –August 25, 2014—Health Services of North Texas announces that Family Health Care Inc. (FHC) staff, services and patients will now be part of HSNT. The addition of prenatal care, family planning and general women’s health care services will strengthen accessibility of women’s health care in the Denton and surrounding communities. Full Story
HSNT Celebrates Pamela Barnes, CFO 20 Year Anniversary
Denton, TX, January 31, 2014 – Since 1994 Pamela Barnes has worked diligently to make a difference not only in her work at Health Services of North Texas, but in her community as well. Ms. Barnes has played a significant role in growing HSNT from a small HIV treatment organization with a budget just under $300,000 to a full service Federally Qualified Health Center with a budget of over $5 million yearly. Full Story
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December 30, 2015
Dr. Terrence Moore Joins Health Services of North Texas
Health Services of North Texas Announces Dr. Terrence Moore, Family Practice Physician to Join Our Team of Providers in January 2016.
Dr. Terrence Moore has practiced medicine in Denton for more than 36 years, bringing with him a wealth of experience and commitment to the community that he serves. With a passion to focus on medical care instead of managing the complexities of having his own practice, Dr. Moore joins Health Services of North Texas and is eager to continue to provide the same quality of service as he did at his private practice.
When I asked Dr. Moore, “What advice do you find yourself repeating over and over again to your patients?” his response was, “Exercise more, it is the best medicine.” Full Story.