Community Outreach


Community Outreach is conducting virtual presentations about JPS Health Network services such as access to the network & health education. To submit your request please click on the Online Request for Outreach Activities link below.


Community Outreach strengthens and builds community linkages internal and external to the Network that improve the health and well-being of the residents of Tarrant County.


Key focus areas include:

  • Develop and maintain community collaborations and partnerships
  • Participate at community events and speaking engagements
  • Implement community based programs


Online Request for Outreach Activities






There are no community events scheduled this month.




Joint Council began with JPS President and CEO Robert Earley’s vision to bring together groups of people to discuss how JPS Health Network can better serve Tarrant County’s diverse population. JPS Joint Council is comprised of individuals and representatives of community and faith-based organizations and interest groups. Initially, five councils were created to focus on various projects supporting the transformation of JPS: Arlington Council, Northeast Council, Pastoral Council, Salud Council and Senior Leadership. Over time, the councils merged into one Joint Council, which meets quarterly.

Joint Council aims to build community partnerships to improve health and well-being in Tarrant County. Active and engaged external stakeholders provide invaluable feedback and assistance in guiding JPS initiatives. As JPS continues to transform healthcare to make lives better, leadership recognizes the need for continuous input from the community we serve.

For further inquiries, please contact Lisa Padilla, Director of Community Outreach at 817-702-7318 or via email at