HOUSTON, Nov. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The value and need of the freestanding emergency center will be in focus on a dedicatedsegment of Public Television's Voices in America series. "The Future of Emergency Care" will air nationally and highlight the mission of Neighbors Emergency Center and the advances Neighbors has made in the emergency medicine arena. The Neighbors
With healthcare in a constant state of change, the common sense approach to ER treatment that Neighbors Emergency Center has perfected will give viewers the opportunity to see inside of a Neighbors Emergency Center without having to be a patient. The audience will see the on-site laboratory and imaging services of CT Scan, Ultrasound, and X-Ray. Viewers will gain an understanding of the Neighbors process of quick, convenient ER care. The discussion of what freestanding ERs are, the difference they provide for patients and a community, and the personalized care and cost savings will be featured in the segment.
Voices in America highlights industry professionals and groundbreaking organizations as featured content providers. Neighbors will contribute to the healthcare portfolio of spotlighting new innovations, procedures, treatments, and products that promote the full spectrum of personal health.
About Neighbors Emergency Center: Neighbors Health, LLC. operates Neighbors Emergency Center, a series of 24-hour freestanding emergency centers that have seen rapid growth in Texas since 2009.
Neighbors' 29 Texas locations service many communities, including Houston, Austin, El Paso, and College Station, with a new center now open in West Warwick, Rhode Island.
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SOURCE Neighbors Health System
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