More than 100,000 people are expected to fill the Texas Medical Center’s emergency room this weekend, but there’s one hospital in the state that is particularly well-equipped for the situation.
In the wake of the devastating wildfires in Texas, the nation’s third-largest, and the state’s first mass shooting, officials in the Texas state capital of Austin are already planning to shut down nearly all of the state hospital system.
The city is home to a handful of state hospitals, including the Texas Children’s Medical Center and the University of Texas Medical Branch.
And the city also has a large and diverse population of uninsured people.
According to the city’s website, the city “is home to over a million residents and more than 8,000 businesses and organizations,” and is one of the top tourist destinations in Texas.
But the hospital is also a critical provider for the state of Texas, and many residents in the city are already asking if they should be able to keep going to the hospital.
The hospital’s emergency department has been operating since 2010, and in the past year, the number of patients has increased from 1,500 to 1,800, according to city records.
But the hospital has not been able to provide the necessary staff and equipment to provide proper care to all the patients, according the records.
On Sunday, the state will host a statewide conference on the situation in Texas and the emergency room.
The conference will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the Houston Convention Center.
It will feature speakers from hospitals across the state, including Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and the Texas Health Science Center at Houston Methodist.
The American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association will also attend, according a press release from the hospital Monday.
While the hospital will have to close all of its hospitals, it will still be able open for the public, according Houston Public Health.
The event will also include “emergency care education and training, and medical education and resources,” the press release stated.
It added that the hospital would provide “financial and logistical assistance” to the community during the event.
The news conference is expected to be streamed live on social media and YouTube.