Businesses and individuals in the Austin, Texas, area are looking for a place to relocate, after an opioid crisis in the state intensified this year.
Medical News Today spoke with a number of local business owners, who are looking to make the move and their plans for the coming months.
Dr. Jodi Condon is CEO of Austin Health Care, a health care provider and physician practice.
Condon says that this is an opportunity that she feels has not been available in the past, and she has seen a significant increase in patients, as well as other providers.
She says that in a region that is experiencing a growing number of opioid deaths, this will help to alleviate some of the stress and anxiety.
Condon says, “This is a very good opportunity for Austin.”
Austin has the largest opioid-related mortality rate in the United States, and the number of overdose deaths is expected to increase this year, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Cournier says that for many, the prospect of losing their jobs and not being able to afford to live in Austin is a reality, and many are looking at moving elsewhere to make a living.
Austin has been home to many businesses and individuals that have taken advantage of the opioid crisis, including a number that are looking into moving to the area.
In addition to the Austin Health Center, which is located in the city, the Austin Medical Center, and Austin Clinic, many other medical facilities have taken notice of the situation, and are preparing to move in.
In addition to these hospitals, Austin’s Medical Center has been hosting the Austin City Limits music festival and the Austin Marathon for the past two years.
Cuthbert says that the music festival has helped the community’s recovery, but that the Austin Clinic has been the largest employer in town, and has been a boon for the local economy.
He adds, “We’ve also seen an increase in other healthcare professionals looking to fill the void.
It’s not just the hospital, but many other healthcare providers, like nursing homes, have opened up and they’re helping people get better.”
While Cuthborts job has been at the Austin Police Department, she is not retiring from the medical field.
She plans to continue working at Austin HealthCare and her position is contingent on getting enough patients to meet the needs of the Austin Community Health Center.
Cuthbert believes that many medical professionals will leave Austin because of the crisis, and believes that they will not be able to find another job.
She adds,, “I think it’s just going to be more of the same.
We’ve been here before, and we’ll be here again.”
Austin Health Care will be holding a job fair on January 17th at 7:30 a.m. in the Medical Center.
Anyone interested in the position should contact the company at 1-800-636-7474.
CUTI Health has also been working to make an impact in the community, and is hiring employees to work at the hospital and in the clinic.
They are looking after many different areas, including emergency medical technicians, nurses, and more.
The Austin Health Clinic has also seen some positive change, as some of their staff have moved into the Austin community.
Austin’s Medical City Health Care has received many awards, including one of the Best of Austin award, and their staff has been praised by the community for their dedication and dedication to the community.
They have also made many community programs available to the public, and have helped many people with their needs.
Cuts at the medical center have been ongoing for years, and they are not expecting to make significant changes to their facility.
Cuddier believes that the current situation in Austin, and similar to what has happened in other cities, will not continue for long.
“I think people are just going through this really slowly, and it’s going to take some time to change this, but I think we have a lot of hope that we can,” Cuddiers comments.