A Commitment to Rural Healthcare

In the mid-1800’s, the western trail took thousands of longhorn cattle through what is now Abilene. Though the city has grown significantly since then, the area is still known as “Big Country” because of its wide-open landscape. But that location, 150 miles west of Dallas-Fort Worth, could have cost Abilene resident Barbara Swisher her life two years ago, when she suffered a massive stroke. Luckily, her hospital had forged a smart long-distance relationship with Medical City Healthcare to anticipate just such a medical crisis. Early in my career I had the good fortune to serve in leadership roles in rural… Full Story