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Triet M. La, DO, MS, Psychiatry Physician

Triet M. La is an attending psychiatrist at JPS Health Network, caring for patients in the Psychiatric Emergency Center (PEC). It’s the only one of its kind in Tarrant County and works to meet the needs of patients experiencing crises.

He started his journey at JPS after completing medical school rotations in 2016, when he developed a strong passion for the PEC. “Because of this experience, I wanted to be a psychiatrist,” he said. He began his psychiatry residency at JPS in 2017.

Huyen Le, BS, RDMS, RVT, Radiology Quality Specialist

Technically, Huyen Le’s first day at JPS was in November 1988 when he was born here.

Years later, as a diagnostic medical sonography student, he completed a rotation in the General Ultrasound Department, and was impressed with the culture at JPS. After graduating, he was offered a PRN or as needed position. In March 2017, not long after, became full time when a position opened up.

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JPS seeks community input on healthcare needs

JPS is the community healthcare provider for all of Tarrant County, so it is essential that the public continue to be a part of the JPS Bond Program as it unfolds.

As plans take shape for the new JPS Medical Home Southwest, JPS is holding Community Listening Sessions. JPS wants to hear from people who live and work in the area and learn about their health needs, especially for behavioral health services.

Congratulations to our 2022 Fort Worth Magazine Top Doctors

A total of 57 JPS Health Network physicians have been named to Fort Worth Magazine’s 2022 Top Docs list. Each year, the magazine asks area physicians to nominate some of their peers that demonstrate excellence in their field. Once the online ballot process concludes, a panel of physicians reviews the submissions to determine a final list of honorees. Fort Worth Magazine’s Top Docs issue releases in April.