License, Career, and Best Interests
Houston is home to the largest medical complex in the world, Texas Medical Center. Texas Medical Center has earned that title by multiple measures: the number of hospitals, number of physicians, number of nurses, square footage, as well as patient volume.
Back in 2018, Texas Medical Center announced their plans to build a 30-acre multi-institutional research campus, and is scheduled to break ground in late 2020, and is slated to be complete in 2022, thus resulting in the addition of 30,000 jobs and bringing over $5 billion to Houston’s economy.
Houston, Texas is a mosaic of building blocks that has grown over the years in size and stature. The collective power of collaboration across a multitude of various divisions in the health care field is a large reason for this growth.
This change will radiate outward towards the suburbs of Houston where accessibility has become an issue due to Houston’s ever-growing population. Having served as an Assistant District Attorney for Harris County, Bridget Eyler is not only highly knowledgeable about health care law, she has years of experience and firsthand knowledge of the intricate workings of Houston and Harris County, Texas.
For many years, Houston has played a dynamic role on the world’s stage, but that was mostly due to the oil and gas industry. However, an aspect that has often been downplayed is the effect the health care industry has had. Even as Houston’s economy continues to recover from a downturn in the oil and gas industry, the health care industry consistently proves resilient as the area population increases and the demand for medical services and products increase. This again, leads back to needing a Houston healthcare attorney that understands the importance of your role as a health care professional. One who understands not only your importance in saving lives, and maintaining our healthcare, but who also understands the economic impact nurses and physicians have on our communities. A Houston health care attorney that understands how important YOU are to the millions of patients that walk through the doors of these medical facilities. It is very important to have a Texas attorney who understands that your license is your livelihood, and the importance of you keeping that nursing or medical license.
All across the country, the health care industry is growing. However, no other state has seen this growth like Texas has, and regardless of the status of the economy, the healthcare industry will steadily increase, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
At Eyler Law Offices we represent Houston, and the entire state of Texas, medical professionals in various types of civil, criminal, and administrative cases. We represent nurses and physicians who are being investigated by the Texas Board of Nursing or Texas Medical Board, or any state, federal and administrative investigations into health care providers and businesses.
In addition, we represent and defend Houston and Texas medical professionals, e.g. nurses, physicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, dentists, licensed professional counselors, and all Texas State licensed professionals. We represent medical professionals in various types of professional/occupational license liability matters e.g. Texas Medical Board, Texas Board of Nursing, Texas Board of Pharmacy, Texas Board of Physical and Occupational Therapists, Texas Dental Board.
Eyler Law Offices can assist you in any investigation or complaints that have been made about you to your respective professional regulatory board. We can also defend you and your nursing or medical license, or any professional license in front of any Texas regulatory board. We are here to help you protect your professional/ occupational license from corrective action, reprimand, warning, revocation or suspension.
Eyler Law can also help you with any health care compliance issues, HIPAA, regulatory/legal issues, Medicare and Medicaid, health care fraud allegations, or any type of investigation by any state or federal agency. We also represent clients in various types of Texas state and federal criminal cases, including any misdemeanors and felonies.
Even though we are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, we are available to help all nurses, physicians and other medical professions who are located in Houston, Texas or the entire state of Texas.
Eyler Law Offices can be contacted at (214) 540-7750 or email us.
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