No.

12-50377
In the United States Court of Appeals
for the Fifth Circuit


PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN FAMILY PLANNING, INC.,
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS,
INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF LUBBOCK, INC.,
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CAMERON AND WILLACY COUNTIES,
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO, PLANNED
PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS, PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF
COAST, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH TEXAS, INC., and
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC.

Plaintiffs-Appellees,

v.

THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner, Texas Health and Human Services
Commission, in his official capacity,
Defendant-Appellant.


On Appeal from the United States District Court for the
Western District of Texas, Austin Division
Case No. 1:12-cv-322-LY


EMERGENCY MOTION TO STAY
PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION PENDING APPEAL


NATURE OF THE EMERGENCY

At 11:50 AM Central Time today, Judge Yeakel preliminarily enjoined the State
of Texas, acting through the Executive Commissioner of its Health and Human Ser-
vices Commission, from enforcing state regulations governing the Texas Women’s
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Health Program (“WHP”). See Preliminary Injunction Order, April 30, 2012 (Doc.
25) (“the Order”) (attached). In particular, the district court held that Texas cannot
continue to operate the Texas Women’s Health Program unless it provides taxpayer
subsidies to entities that promote elective abortions—even though the Texas Wom-
en’s Health Program is designed to reduce abortion by subsidizing nonabortion meth-
ods of family planning. Although the State respects the district court, we believe its
analysis of the “unconstitutional conditions” doctrine is flawed in many respects and
is likely to be overturned on appeal. Absent a stay pending appeal, the State of Tex-
as—and the women of Texas who depend on the Women’s Health Program—will be
irreparably harmed because state law prohibits Texas from continuing to operate the
Texas Women’s Program if taxpayer money must be provided to entities that affiliate
with abortion-promoting entities . Consequently, the district court’s preliminary in-
junction effectively forces Texas to choose between contravening state law and shut-
ting down the program. The administrative provisions at issue are scheduled to go
into effect (and Texas will be irreparably injured if they do not) at midnight tonight.
This emergency situation is of Planned Parenthood’s own making. Planned
Parenthood has been on notice of the state law at the heart of this suit for months.
Yet Planned Parenthood filed this lawsuit a mere 19 days ago, forcing the district
court and the litigants into an abbreviated briefing schedule, and causing the district
court to rule one day before the law was scheduled to go into effect.
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Given the time pressure caused by Planned Parenthood’s litigation strategy, it
was impracticable for Texas to file this motion first in the district court. See FED. R.
APP. P. 8(a)(2)(A)(i). Moreover, in light of the district court’s ruling earlier today, the
district court’s likely ruling on that motion is apparent. Given the timing of Judge
Yeakel’s ruling, it also was impossible for Texas to file this motion in the Fifth Cir-
cuit’s clerk’s office by 2 PM. See 5TH CIR. R. 27.3. And given the exceptional circum-
stances forced upon the State and the court because of the plaintiffs’ dilatory filing,
this motion should be considered by a single circuit judge if necessary. See FED. R.
APP. P. 8(a)(2)(D).
Undersigned counsel certifies (1) that this motion was preceded by multiple tel-
ephone calls to the clerk’s office before 2 PM today, and (2) that the facts supporting
emergency consideration of this motion are true and complete to the best of counsel’s
knowledge. See 5TH CIR. R. 27.3. Undersigned counsel further certifies that the par-
ties conferred by email regarding this motion, and Planned Parenthood opposes it.
See id.


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CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PERSONS
Planned Parenthood of Austin Family Planning, Inc., et al. v. Suehs,
No. 12-50377
The undersigned counsel of record certifies that the following listed persons
and entities as described in the fourth sentence of Rule 28.2.1 have an interest in the
outcome of this case. These representations are made in order that the judges of this
court may evaluate possible disqualification or recusal.

• Planned Parenthood Association of Hidalgo County Texas, Inc. —
Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood Association of Lubbock, Inc. —Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of Cameron and Willacy Counties —Plaintiff;
• Family Planning Associates of San Antonio—Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of Central Texas—Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of Gulf Coast, Inc. —Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of North Texas, Inc. —Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of West Texas, Inc. —Plaintiff;
• Planned Parenthood of Austin Family Planning, Inc. —Plaintiff;
• Carrie Y. Flaxman, Helene T. Krasnoff, Roger K. Evans, Planned
Parenthood Federation of America—counsel for Plaintiffs;
• P. M. Schenkkan, Susan G. Conway, Matthew B. Baumgartner, GRAVES
DOUGHERTY HEARON & MOODY, PC—counsel for Plaintiffs;
• Thomas M. Suehs, Executive Commissioner, Texas Health and Human Ser-
vices Commission, in his Official Capacity—Defendant;
• Jonathan F. Mitchell, Arthur C. D’Andrea, OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY
GENERAL—counsel for Defendant.


/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
Jonathan F. Mitchell
Attorney for Defendant-Appellant
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ARGUMENT AND AUTHORITIES
A preliminary injunction is “an extraordinary and drastic remedy, one that
should not be granted unless the movant, by a clear showing, carries the burden of per-
suasion.” Mazurek v. Armstrong, 520 U.S. 968, 972 (1997) (citation omitted). The
plaintiffs in this case have not made this “clear showing” on any of the factors rele-
vant to a preliminary injunction. Whether this Court should stay the district court’s
preliminary injunction pending appeal turns on four factors:
(1) whether the stay applicant has made a strong showing that he is likely to
succeed on the merits; (2) whether the applicant will be irreparably injured ab-
sent a stay; (3) whether issuance of the stay will substantially injure the other
parties interested in the proceeding; and (4) where the public interest lies.

Hilton v. Braunskill, 481 U.S. 770, 776 (1987). All four factors favor a stay.
I. DEFENDANT WILL LIKELY PREVAIL ON THE MERITS.

The district court held that Plaintiffs would likely prevail on the merits of their
federal constitutional claims. Order at 22-23. The State contends, however, that it
likely will succeed in persuading either the Fifth Circuit or the Supreme Court to reject
this analysis.
A. The District Court Erred By Concluding That Provisions of State
Law Violate the First Amendment.

The district court’s analysis of the unconstitutional-conditions doctrine is legal-
ly flawed. It has never been the law that the government “may not condition partici-
pation in a government program or receipt of a government benefit upon an appli-
cant’s exercise of protected rights.” Order at 12. That proposition contradicts nu-
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merous decisions of the Supreme Court—some of which the district court acknowl-
edged, see Order at 17, and others that the district court did not reference in its deci-
sion. Based upon that flawed premise, the district court held that Texas is forbidden
to withhold taxpayer subsidies from any entity that wishes to participate in the Wom-
en’s Health Program on account of its First Amendment activities—even when that
First Amendment activity is antithetical to the goals of the program. But the Consti-
tution does not require Texas to admit all comers into the Women’s Health Program,
and the unconstitutional-conditions doctrine allows Texas to exclude organizations
who seek to advance agendas contrary to the values that the State and its Legislature
seek to promote in this program.
The district court was correct to note that the unconstitutional-conditions doc-
trine prohibits States from withholding subsidies in an effort to “penalize” would-be
recipients for their constitutionally protected conduct. But an unconstitutional “pen-
alty” occurs only when the condition is non-germane to the benefits provided by the
government subsidy. If, for example, the State of Texas decided to withhold police
and fire protection for Planned Parenthood on account of its First Amendment activi-
ty, that would represent an unconstitutional “penalty” because it is not related to the
goals of police and fire protection and would be undertaken only to spite Planned
Parenthood for its abortion-related advocacy. But the district court erred by assuming
that an unconstitutional “penalty” arises whenever the government withholds taxpayer
subsidies on account of constitutionally protected conduct that occurs “beyond the
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scope of the government program”—even when the condition is admittedly germane
to the benefits that the government subsidies seek to provide.
1. The District Court Erred by Holding That Texas “May Not
Condition Participation in a Government Program or Re-
ceipt of a Government Benefit Upon an Applicant’s Exercise
of Protected Rights.”

The district court’s assertion that “government may not condition participation
in a government program or receipt of a government benefit upon an applicant's ex-
ercise of protected rights,” Order at 12, contradicts at least six decisions of the Su-
preme Court. The Supreme Court’s rulings in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, 130 S.
Ct. 2971 (2010) (“CLS”), and Locke v. Davey, 540 U.S. 712 (2004), establish that States
do not violate the Constitution when they condition taxpayer subsidies on refraining
from certain First Amendment activity or speech. Locke upheld a state law that pro-
hibited “even indirectly funding religious instruction,” 540 U.S. at 719, and required
students wishing to study theology to enroll at a separate institution from the one re-
ceiving the state scholarship funds, id. at 721 n.4. Distinct from imposing civil or
criminal sanctions or requiring students to choose between their religious beliefs and
receiving government benefits, the restriction was simply a choice “not to fund a dis-
tinct category of instruction.” Id. at 721. Christian Legal Society allowed a public law
school to deny recognition to a student chapter of the Christian Legal Society on ac-
count of its First Amendment activities, and upheld the prohibition because the state
was “dangling the carrot of subsidy, not wielding the stick of prohibition.” 130 S. Ct.
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at 2986. The district court did not address either of these binding Supreme Court
pronouncements.
South Dakota v. Dole, 483 U.S. 203 (1987), also cannot be reconciled with the
district court’s overbroad assertion. Dole permitted the federal government to with-
hold federal highway money from States that failed to raise their drinking age to 21,
even though the States enjoyed a constitutionally protected prerogative to set their
own drinking age. This federal highway program undoubtedly “condition[ed] . . . the
receipt of a government benefit upon an applicant’s exercise of protected rights,” and
the Supreme Court upheld it anyway.
Finally, it has long been established that governments may condition public
employment on the relinquishment of First Amendment freedoms. See, e.g., United
Public Workers v. Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75 (1973); U.S. Civil Serv. Comm’n v. Nat’l Ass’n of
Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. 548 (1973); Garcetti v. Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410, 418 (2006); and
Dole, 483 U.S. 203. The district court acknowledged these rulings (as well as Dole), but
dismissed them as not “relevant or instructive.” Order at 17. They are surely rele-
vant, as they contradict the major premise of the district court’s argument: that “gov-
ernment may not condition participation in a government program or receipt of a
government benefit upon an applicant’s exercise of protected rights.” Order at 12.

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2. The District Court Erred By Holding That Strict Scrutiny
Applies to Conditions on Recipients of Government Benefits
That Implicate Free-Speech Rights.

The district court further erred when it held that strict scrutiny must be applied
whenever the government conditions the receipt of a government benefit on the re-
linquishment of First Amendment freedoms. See Order at 12. The only authority
that the district court cited for this proposition is Shapiro v. Thompson, 394 U.S. 618,
634 (1969), a case that dealt with the right to travel rather than the First Amendment.
Yet numerous decisions of the Supreme Court have refused to apply strict scrutiny
when governments withhold taxpayer subsidies on account of First Amendment ac-
tivity. When the Supreme Court upheld the Hatch Act, which prohibits the exercise
of certain First Amendment rights on the part of federal employees, it refused to ap-
ply strict scrutiny. Mitchell, 330 U.S. at 567 (balancing the needs of the government
with the freedoms of the employee); see also Nat’l Ass'n of Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. at
564-67 (finding congressional concerns sufficient to enact law). And recently, in CLS
the Supreme Court declined to apply strict scrutiny to a rule that excluded certain reli-
gious groups from using campus facilities on account of their First Amendment ac-
tivity. 130 S. Ct. at 2985-86; see also Locke, 540 U.S. at 725 (refusing to apply strict
scrutiny to law that prohibited funding of theology instruction). The implication of
First Amendment rights is not enough, and the trial court erred in subjected the
State’s regulation to strict scrutiny.
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3. The District Court’s Overbroad Readings of Sherbert and
Speiser Cannot Be Reconciled with Locke, CLS, and Nu-
merous Other Precedents of the Supreme Court.

The district court’s citation of Sherbert v. Verner, 374 U.S. 398 (1963)—and the
assertion that every denial of a government subsidy is functionally equivalent to a fine,
see Order at 12, is unreconcilable with Locke, CLS, and National Endowment for the Arts
v. Finley, 524 U.S. 569, 587-88. Sherbert must be limited to the context of denying un-
employment benefits on account of First Amendment activity—otherwise it cannot
be squared with the later precedents of the Court that distinguish between fines and
withholding of taxpayer subsidies.
Speiser v. Randall, 357 U.S. 513 (1958), also does not support the district court’s
broad conclusion that a government benefit cannot be conditioned on the recipient’s
agreement to restrain from exercising a constitutional right. See Order at 12. In
Speiser, the condition (a loyalty oath) was not germane to the benefit (a tax exemption);
it was aimed at the suppression of “dangerous ideas.” Id. at 519. Whether a withhold-
ing of a subsidy “penalizes” the right depends on germaneness. And as the Supreme
Court has made clear, not all withholdings of subsidies amount to unconstitutional
“penalties.” See Locke, 540 U.S. 712; CLS, 130 S. Ct. 2971.
4. The District Court Erred by Adopting Planned Parenthood’s
“Outside the Program” Theory of Unconstitutional Condi-
tions.

The district court erred in adopting Planned Parenthood’s “outside the pro-
gram” theory of unconstitutional conditions. To begin with, several precedents of the
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Supreme Court directly contradict this approach by permitting governments to with-
hold taxpayer subsidies on account of constitutionally protected conduct that occurs
outside the scope of the federally funded program. See, e.g., Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75; Nat’l
Ass’n of Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. 548; Garcetti, 547 U.S. at 418; and Dole, 483 U.S. 203.
Mitchell rejected a First Amendment challenge to the Hatch Act, which prohib-
ited federal executive-branch employees from actively participating in political man-
agement or in political campaigns, even on the employees’ free time, away from work.
Mitchell, 330 U.S. at 78-79, 95. Contradicting the district court’s “outside the pro-
gram” theory in this case, the Mitchell Court had no trouble finding the restriction—
which extended to conduct outside the scope and hours of government employ-
ment—to be a constitutional means for Congress to ensure efficient public service
and to avoid distortions in the political process. Id. at 99, 103.
The district court’s conclusion also cannot withstand National Association of Let-
ter Carriers, in which the Court “unhesitatingly reaffirm[ed] the Mitchell holding” that
the Hatch Act was constitutional. 413 U.S. at 556. There, the Court held that “nei-
ther the First Amendment nor any other provision of the Constitution invalidates a
law” that prohibits partisan political conduct by federal employees, even when they
are off the clock. Id. The Court found significant the fact that the restriction was an
employment condition, since “it seems fundamental in the first place that employees
in the Executive Branch of the Government, or those working for any of its agencies,
should administer the law in accordance with the will of Congress, rather than in ac-
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cordance with their own or the will of a political party.” Id. at 564-65. Like the Hatch
Act, the WHP statute and regulations simply condition participation in the Program
on avoiding certain conduct in order to ensure that the State does not directly or indi-
rectly fund conduct that it opposes.
The district court’s argument is also shut down by Dole, 483 U.S. 203, in which
the Court upheld Congress’s authority to exercise its spending power to condition
federal funding for highway construction on the States’ raising the drinking age to 21.
The Court was not troubled that the drinking-age was set outside the federally funded
highway-construction program. Id. at 210-211. Although the district court considered
South Dakota, its discussion obscured the fact that it withheld taxpayer subsidies on
account of constitutionally protected decisions that were made outside the scope of
the federally funded program.
Garcetti also forecloses the district court’s conclusion that the Commission can-
not withhold subsidies on account of speech activity that occurs outside of a taxpayer-
funded “program.” 547 U.S. at 418 (a public employer may punish an employee for
speech on matter of public concern so long as employer has “an adequate justification
for treating the employee differently from any other member of the general public.”);
Larry Alexander, Impossible, 72 DENV. U. L. REV. 1007, 1009 (1995).

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5. The District Court Erred By Interpreting Rust to Establish a
Ceiling on Government’s Ability to Withhold Taxpayer Sub-
sidies From Abortion-Performing Entities.

Rust v. Sullivan, 500 U.S. 173 (1991), never establishes, even in dictum, that the
Constitution categorically forbids governments to withhold taxpayer subsidies on ac-
count of constitutionally protected conduct that occurs outside the scope of the tax-
payer-funded program. Although Rust turned aside the “unconstitutional conditions”
claim by holding that governments may implement measures to ensure that taxpayer
funds are spent for their designated purposes, Rust never suggested that this is the only
basis on which a court may reject an unconstitutional-conditions claim; if it did, it
would have overruled Dole, 483 U.S. 203; National Ass'n of Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. 548;
and Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75. Rust establishes that a law designed to ensure that taxpayer
funds are spent for their designated purposes will always prevail over an unconstitu-
tional-conditions challenge.
6. The District Court Erred by Holding that Planned
Parenthood’s Abortion-Related First Amendment Activity
Occurs “Outside of” the Taxpayer-Funded Program.

The district court failed to address the State’s argument that the plaintiffs’ “af-
filiation” activities fall within the scope of the Women’s Health Program. As pointed
out in the State’s briefing, the plaintiffs have been excluded from the Texas Women’s
Health Program for four independent reasons: (1) They “promote” elective abortions
by advocating for legalized abortion on demand; (2) They “affiliate” with entities that
both “perform” elective abortions and “promote” elective abortions by advertising
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for them. (3) They “affiliate” with abortion-performing and abortion-promoting enti-
ties by using the “Planned Parenthood” registered service mark; and (4) They “affili-
ate” with Planned Parenthood Federation of America (“PPFA”), an organization that
“promotes” elective abortions. See PI Motion at 6. The plaintiffs’ affiliation with
abortion-performing and abortion-promoting entities is a continuous activity that oc-
curs both inside and outside the program.
The plaintiffs do not suddenly drop the Planned Parenthood moniker and logo,
and suspend all of their affiliations with abortion-performing entities, whenever a
WHP patient walks into the door, or whenever they collect reimbursement from the
State’s taxpayers for services provided to these patients. The initial decision to affili-
ate may occur “outside the program,” but the act of affiliating remains continuous—
and it is this act for which the plaintiffs are excluded from the program.
The plaintiffs suggested that at least some of them “engage[] in advocacy in-
tended to protect and facilitate access to safe and legal abortion for women who
choose to exercise their constitutional right to choose.” See PI Motion at 6. But nei-
ther the plaintiffs nor the district court explained how the plaintiffs separate their
abortion-promoting activities from the Women’s Health Program or the taxpayer sub-
sidies that it provides. “Money is fungible,” Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, 130 S.
Ct. 2705, 2725 (2010), and when the State of Texas reimburses Planned Parenthood
for the family-planning services it provides to low-income women, it frees up other
resources for Planned Parenthood to use for its “advocacy” and promotion of elective
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abortion. Although the plaintiffs claim that they do not subsidize the abortion proce-
dure or encourage abortions, the “promotion” of elective abortion extends well be-
yond these two activities.
The plaintiffs have not made any “clear showing” that they have established
sufficient separation between their abortion-promoting advocacy and the taxpayer
subsidies that they receive under the Women’s Health Program. Planned
Parenthood’s silence on these matters should have led the district court to deny the
preliminary injunction under Mazurek.


7. The Proper Test Is Whether The Decision to Withhold Tax-
payer Subsidies from Planned Parenthood Is Germane to the
Purpose of the Benefits Offered By The Women’s Health
Program, and the Conditions Imposed by the Texas Wom-
en’s Health Program Satisfy This Test.

Planned Parenthood’s claim that a State violates the Constitution whenever it
withholds a taxpayer subsidy on account of constitutionally protected conduct that
occurs “outside the program” is irreconcilable with at least four decisions of the Su-
preme Court, and in all events Planned Parenthood’s unconstitutional-conditions
claim fails even on its own terms. The proper test for resolving an unconstitutional-
conditions challenge is to ask whether the restriction is related to the benefit that the
State seeks to confer. In Dole, for example, the Court concluded that a State’s deci-
sion to establish a drinking age below 21—even though it occurred outside the scope
of the federally funded highway program—was sufficiently related to the goals of the
federal project (safe and effective transportation) to survive an unconstitutional condi-
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tions challenge. Had the federal statute conditioned the receipt of federal highway
funds on a State decision to provide agricultural subsidies, then a different result
would have obtained. See Daryl J. Levinson, Framing Transactions in Constitutional Law,
111 YALE L. J. 1311 (2002).
Numerous decisions of the Supreme Court, along with lower federal courts and
scholarly commentators, have recognized that germaneness is the touchstone for
evaluating an unconstitutional-conditions claim. See, e.g., Dole, 483 U.S. at 208; Dolan
v. City of Tigard, 512 U.S. 374, 386 (1994) (“[T]he government may not require a per-
son to give up a constitutional right . . . in exchange for a discretionary benefit con-
ferred by the government where the property sought has little or no relationship to
the benefit.”); Nollan v. Cal. Coastal Comm’n, 483 U.S 825, 839 (1987) (requiring a
“nexus” between the benefit and the right surrendered); Nat'l Amusements, Inc. v. Town
of Dedham, 43 F.3d 731, 747-48 (1st Cir. 1995) ("Not all conditions are prohibited,
however; if a condition is germane—that is, if the condition is sufficiently related to
the benefit—then it may validly be imposed. In the final analysis, the legitimacy of a
government proposal depends on the degree of relatedness between the condition on
a benefit and the reasons why government may withhold the benefit altogether.”);
Palmer v. Valdez, 560 F.3d 965, 972 (9th Cir. 2009) (McKeown, J., concurring in part
dissenting in part) ("To determine whether the government has violated the unconsti-
tutional conditions doctrine, the court must look to whether the condition placed up-
on the receipt of a benefit furthers the end advanced as the justification for the prohi-
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bition. In other words, the government cannot impose a condition for a reason not
germane to one that would have justified denial of the benefit.”) (citations and quota-
tion marks omitted); see also Robert L. Hale, Unconstitutional Conditions and Constitutional
Rights, 35 COLUM. L. REV. 321, 350-52 (1935); Kathleen M. Sullivan, Unconstitutional
Conditions, 102 HARV. L. REV. 1415, 1456-76 (1989). The conditions that Texas has
imposed on participants in the State’s WHP easily satisfy the germaneness test.
The Texas Legislature created the Women’s Health Program to expand access
to preventative health and family-planning services among low-income women who
do not qualify for Medicaid. One important aim of the program is to reduce elective
abortions by preventing unwanted pregnancies; WHP achieves this end by subsidizing
birth-control strategies but not elective abortion. This is a legitimate and constitu-
tionally permissible goal for States to pursue, so long as they do not impose “undue
burdens” on women who want an abortion. See Harris v. McRae, 448 U.S. 297 (1980)
(holding that States are permitted to allocate tax subsidies in a manner that prefers al-
ternatives to abortion over abortion).
The Texas Legislature excluded Planned Parenthood from the program for two
reasons—both of which are germane to the benefits that WHP seeks to provide.
First, Planned Parenthood’s mission and philosophy is fundamentally inconsistent
with the goals of the Women’s Health Program. The Women’s Health Program is de-
signed to promote women’s health and reduce unwanted pregnancies by encouraging
family-planning methods and birth-control strategies, while specifically excluding
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abortion. The Women’s Health Program does not pay for abortions, and it seeks to
reduce abortions and unwanted births by encouraging women to avoid unintended
pregnancies before the fact, rather than aborting their fetuses after the fact. Although
Planned Parenthood shares some of the program’s goals (such as promoting women’s
health and reducing unwanted pregnancies), it also contravenes the very purpose of
the program by actively promoting elective abortion as an appropriate and ethical
means of birth control. Planned Parenthood and its affiliates have every right to hold
that belief and advocate for elective abortion, but they are not entitled to receive tax-
payer subsidies from a government program that is designed to encourage preventa-
tive birth control and discourage abortion.
It is no answer to say that Planned Parenthood finances its abortion-related ac-
tivities and advocacy with funds that come from outside the State’s coffers. Planned
Parenthood does not provide any assurance that the tax subsidies it receives from the
Women’s Health Program have not been used directly or indirectly to subsidize its
advocacy of elective abortion. Nor is it possible for Planned Parenthood to provide
this assurance. Money is fungible, and taxpayer subsidies—even if “earmarked” for
nonabortion activities—free up other resources for Planned Parenthood to spend on
its mission to promote elective abortions. Cf. Holder, 130 S. Ct. at 2725-26 (because
“[m]oney is fungible,” First Amendment does not prohibit application of federal ma-
terial-support statute to individuals who give money to “humanitarian” activities per-
formed by terrorist organizations). Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the Wom-
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en’s Health Program enables Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country to redi-
rect their fundraising efforts toward their abortion-related activities, now that their
non-abortion activity receives a generous subsidy from state taxpayers. Id. (noting
that “money is fungible” and that when organizations “that have a dual structure raise
funds, they highlight the civilian and humanitarian ends to which such moneys could
be put.”). And by empowering Planned Parenthood to expand its provision of pre-
ventative health care and family-planning services throughout the State, it enables
Planned Parenthood to cultivate additional paying clients and makes those patients
more receptive to Planned Parenthood’s ideology—even though the services are
funded by the taxpayers of Texas rather than Planned Parenthood donors who sup-
port its desire to promote abortion.
Planned Parenthood was excluded from the Women’s Health Program for a
second reason: Planned Parenthood’s exclusion was necessary to persuade the Texas
House of Representatives, the Texas Senate, and the Governor to establish the Wom-
en’s Health Program in 2005. Without the Planned Parenthood exclusion, the Wom-
en’s Health Program would not exist because the statute creating it would never have
been enacted into law. And if Planned Parenthood succeeds in persuading this Court
to put Texas to the all-or-nothing choice of operating a women’s health program that
provides taxpayer subsidies to Planned Parenthood or having no program at all, state
law requires HHSC to “ensure” that no taxpayer flows to abortion-promoting entities,
which means that the program will cease to exist and cannot be revived. The legisla-
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tors duly elected to represent the interests of their constituents object to Planned
Parenthood’s mission, and they are not willing to support any government program
that causes Planned Parenthood to receive taxpayer subsidies—no matter how much
good that program may accomplish. There is nothing a federal court can do to change
that legislative policy prerogative. The exclusion of Planned Parenthood is therefore
“germane” to benefits provided by the Women’s Health Program, because without
that restriction there would be insufficient legislative support for the program to exist.
II. DEFENDANT WILL SUFFER IRREPARABLE INJURY ABSENT A STAY.

Refusing to stay the district court’s injunction will prevent the State from en-
forcing a statute duly enacted by the Texas Legislature. The 2005 Act passed with
overwhelming majorities, and it is undisputed that the administrative rule faithfully
implements the 2005 Act. See Order at 9; Doc. 24-1. Enjoining the enforcement of
democratically enacted legislation harms the State by keeping its Legislature from im-
plementing the will of the people that they represent. See New Motor Vehicle Bd. v. Or-
rin W. Fox Co., 434 U.S. 1345, 1351 (1977) (Rehnquist, J., in chambers) (“[A]ny time a
State is enjoined by a Court from effectuating statutes enacted by representatives of
its people, it suffers a form of irreparable injury.”); Coal. for Econ. Equity v. Wilson, 122
F.3d 718, 719 (9th Cir. 1997) (“[I]t is clear that a state suffers irreparable injury when-
ever an enactment of its people . . . is enjoined.”).

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III. ISSUING A STAY WILL NOT SUBSTANTIALLY INJURE OTHER PARTIES
INTERESTED IN THE LITIGATION.

On the other side of the balance, Planned Parenthood has not clearly shown
that enforcement of the law pending appeal will cause it irreparable injury. Through
unsworn declarations, Planned Parenthood claims that it will be deprived of hundreds
of thousands in taxpayer funding, and suggests that it may be forced to shut down
clinics, though it “hope[s] it will not come to this.” See, e.g., Mot. for Prelim. Inj. Ex.
L at 4; Ex. K at 3. But monetary damages incurred by private plaintiffs rise to the lev-
el of irreparable injury if and only if the private party’s “financial viability is threat-
ened.” Caballo Coal Co. v. Indiana Michigan Power Co., 305 F.3d 796, 801 (8th Cir. 2002).
None of the plaintiffs has demonstrated that its “financial viability is threatened”; at
very most, they have baldly asserted that they may, at some point in the future, have to
close one or more of their hundreds of clinics because their revenues from the State
of Texas and its taxpayers may drop. See Order at 20. A temporary loss of public
funding is neither a substantial nor irreparable injury. See People Who Care v. Rockford
Bd. of Educ. Dist. No. 205, 921 F.2d 132, 135 (7th Cir. 1991) (“[Plaintiffs] prefer money
now to money later, but the difference is not an irreparable loss . . . .”) (Easterbrook,
J.).
Moreover, plaintiffs’ allegations of harm are speculative and conclusory. Plain-
tiffs have not alleged—much less shown with the certainty that should be demanded
for winning a federal injunction against a State official—particularized facts to support
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their allegations of harm. Cf. Bell Atl. Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007). Planned
Parenthood also has not shown that any losses in State reimbursements will not be
recouped from private donations or other sources. To the contrary, Planned
Parenthood has demonstrated that it does not need taxpayer money to thrive. See
Meghan McCarthy, Planned Parenthood Raises $3 Million in Wake of Komen Funding Contro-
versy, NATIONAL JOURNAL (Feb. 3, 2012).
Moreover, Plaintiffs have not shown that the temporary loss of taxpayer money
will prevent a single woman from undergoing an abortion, or that it will prevent a sin-
gle Plaintiff from affiliating with anyone. Planned Parenthood simply and incorrectly
claims that a federal-court injunction is the only way to prevent irreparable injury to
the women of Texas. But as Commissioner Suehs explained in a sworn affidavit if
Planned Parenthood obtains the relief it seeks, it will cause the entire Women’s Health
Program to be shut down. It is in the best interest of Texas women for this Court to
ensure that does not happen by staying the preliminary injunction pending appeal.
IV. A STAY PENDING APPEAL IS BY DEFINITION IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST.

A stay of the preliminary injunction would allow Defendants to carry out the
statutory policy of the Legislature, which “is in itself a declaration of the public inter-
est which should be persuasive.” Virginian Ry. Co. v. Sys. Fed’n No. 40, 300 U.S. 515,
552 (1937). See also Ill. Bell Tel. Co. v. WorldCom Techs., Inc., 157 F.3d 500, 503 (7th Cir.
1998) (“When the opposing party is the representative of the political branches of a
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government the court must consider that all judicial interference with a public pro-
gram has the cost of diminishing the scope of democratic governance.”).
V. THE TRIAL COURT’S FAILURE TO ORDER THE PLAINTIFFS TO POST
SECURITY PURSUANT TO RULE 65(C) REQUIRES REVERSAL OF THE
INJUNCTION.

The district court decided, without any explanation, that no bond would be re-
quired from Plaintiffs under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 65(c). Order at 23. This
Court has held that the failure to require a bond, alone, is sufficient to reverse an in-
junction. Nichols v. Alcatel USA, Inc., 532 F.3d 364, 379 (5th Cir. 2008); Phillips v.
Charles Schreiner Bank, 894 F.2d 127, 131 (5th Cir. 1990); Continuum Co. v. Incepts, Inc.,
873 F.2d 801, 804 (5th Cir. 1989); see also FED. R CIV. P. 65(c) (preliminary injunction
may issue “only if” the movant gives proper security). The bond requirement ensures
that the enjoined party may collect its damages should a court eventually determine
that the injunction was wrongful. Phillips, 894 F.2d at 131. If a plaintiff cannot post a
sufficient bond, an injunction should not issue. Nichols, 532 F.3d at 379.
In the present case, Plaintiffs receive funding of over $1 million a month. Or-
der at 19 (noting that Plaintiffs receive $13.5 million in annual funding). Should the
State ultimately prevail in this suit, it will have no recourse to recover those taxpayer
dollars spent contrary to State law. Moreover, Plaintiffs have given no indication that
they have the means to repay such an amount to the State, failing to brief the bond
issue entirely. The trial court’s failure to order any type of security requires reversal of
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the injunction, and should Plaintiffs be unable to post sufficient security, no injunc-
tion should be permitted.
CONCLUSION
The district court’s preliminary injunction should be stayed pending appeal.

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Respectfully submitted.
GREG ABBOTT
Attorney General of Texas

DANIEL T. HODGE
First Assistant Attorney General

DAVID C. MATTAX
Deputy Attorney General for Defense Litigation



/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Solicitor General
State Bar No. 24075463

ANDREW S. OLDHAM
Deputy Solicitor General

ARTHUR C. D’ANDREA
Assistant Solicitor General

MICHAEL P. MURPHY
Assistant Solicitor General

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
P.O. Box 12548 (MC 059)
Austin, Texas 78711-2548
Tel. (512) 936-1695
Fax. (512) 474-2697

Counsel for Defendant



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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that on the 30th day of April, 2012, a copy of this Emergency
Motion was served via the CM/ECF system to Plaintiffs’ counsel.


/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Counsel for Defendant-Appellant


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CERTIFICATE OF ELECTRONIC COMPLIANCE

Counsel also certifies that on April 30, 2012, the foregoing Emergency Motion
of Appellant to Stay Preliminary Injunction Pending Appeal was transmitted to Mr.
Lyle W. Cayce, Clerk of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, via
the Court’s CM/ECF Document Filing System, https://ecf.ca5.uscourts.gov/.
Counsel further certifies that: (1) required privacy redactions have been made,
5TH CIR. R. 25.2.13; (2) the electronic submission is an exact copy of the paper docu-
ment, 5TH CIR. R. 25.2.1; and (3) the document has been scanned with the most re-
cent version of Symantec Endpoint Protection and is free of viruses.


/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
Jonathan F. Mitchell
Counsel for Defendant-Appellant


CERTIFICATE OF CONFERENCE
On April 30, 2012, we conferred with counsel for plaintiffs and they oppose
this motion and intend to file an opposition.


/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
Jonathan F. Mitchell
Counsel for Defendant-Appellant



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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
AUSTIN DIVISION
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN §
FAMILY PLANNING, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION §
OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF §
LUBBOCK, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CAMERON §
AND WILLACY COUNTIES, §
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN § CIVIL CASE NO. 1:12-CV-00322
ANTONIO, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH §
TEXAS, INC., and §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC., §
Plaintiffs, §
§
vs. §
§
THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner, §
Texas Health and Human Services Commission, §
in his official capacity, §
Defendant. §
COMPLAINT
I. NATURE OF THE ACTION
1. This action is filed pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, to vindicate Plaintiffs’ rights
under the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Plaintiffs also raise state
law claims pursuant to 29 U.S.C. § 1367. Plaintiffs challenge the federal constitutionality and
the state statutory authority of 1 Texas Admin. Code §§ 354.1361-64 (“Affiliate Rule” and
“Rule”), which bars Plaintiffs – family planning providers that do not provide abortion services –
from participating in Texas’s Women’s Health Program (“WHP”) because they publicly
advocate to protect access to safe and legal abortion and/or affiliate with legally separate entities
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that engage in that advocacy and/or are affiliated with legally separate entities that provide and
advertise abortions.
2. In 2005, the Texas Legislature established WHP in order “to expand access to
preventive health and family planning services for women.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248(a).
WHP originated as a demonstration project within the Medicaid program, approved and funded
90 percent by the federal government. WHP is now phasing out of the Medicaid program and
apparently will continue as an entirely state-funded program.
3. The legislation authorizing WHP directed the Texas Health and Human Services
Commission (“HHSC”), for the purposes of WHP, not to contract with entities that are “affiliates
of entities that perform or promote elective abortions.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248(h).
Section 32.0248 did not define “affiliate” or “promote.”
4. In implementing that statute and administering WHP, HHSC took the position
that Section 32.0248(h) could not be constitutionally construed or applied to exclude Plaintiffs
from the program. See Letter from then-Executive Commissioner of HHSC Albert Hawkins to
Texas Senator Robert F. Deuell (Feb. 4, 2009) (“implementing the subsection (h) ban on
contracting with organizations that are affiliates of abortion providers likely would be held
unconstitutional by the courts”).
5. Accordingly, HHSC has, until now, implemented the statutory no-affiliation
directive consistent with its understanding of applicable federal court decisions including
Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas v. Sanchez, 403 F.3d 324 (5th Cir. 2005).
Under Sanchez, the Texas Department of Health (“TDH”) could not exclude Plaintiffs from
participation in a Texas family planning program (one separate and distinct from WHP), as long
as Plaintiffs maintained legal and financial separation from any affiliated entity that provides
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abortion services, which Plaintiffs have done. Thus, Plaintiffs have participated in WHP since
its inception. Moreover, Plaintiffs have been a critical component of that program, together
providing more than 40 percent of the WHP services statewide in fiscal year 2010.
6. On February 23, 2012, HHSC adopted the new Affiliate Rule, to apply to WHP.
The Rule defines the terms “affiliate” and “promote” so as to prohibit Plaintiffs from continuing
to participate in the program because of their associations with the provision of abortion and with
advocacy for access to abortion. Pursuant to Defendant Suehs’ announced implementation plan
for the Rule, unless he is enjoined by this Court, Plaintiffs will be removed from the program
after April 30, 2012.
7. Plaintiffs seek declaratory relief because the Affiliate Rule imposes
unconstitutional conditions on their eligibility to continue to participate in WHP. In particular,
the Rule disqualifies Plaintiffs from eligibility to participate in WHP because of Plaintiffs’
advocacy to protect access to safe and legal abortion and/or Plaintiffs’ affiliation with
organizations who advocate to protect access to safe and legal abortion and/or because they are
affiliated with legally separate entities that provide and advertise abortions. Plaintiffs also seek
declaratory relief under Texas law because HHSC exceeded its statutory authority in
promulgating the Rule, which violates the Texas statutory scheme it purports to implement by
defeating its principal stated purposes.
8. If enforced, the Affiliate Rule will cause irreparable harm to Plaintiffs and to tens
of thousands of low-income women seeking family planning and other preventive health
services. Accordingly, Plaintiffs seek appropriate injunctive relief.
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II. JURISDICTION AND VENUE
9. Jurisdiction over Plaintiffs’ claims is conferred on this Court by 28 U.S.C.
§§ 1331 and 1367.
10. Plaintiffs’ claim for declaratory and injunctive relief is authorized by 28 U.S.C.
§§ 2201 and 2202 and by Rules 57 and 65 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and by the
general legal and equitable powers of this Court.
11. Venue is appropriate under 28 U.S.C. § 1391(b) because the Defendant resides in
this District.
III. THE PARTIES
A. Plaintiffs
12. Planned Parenthood of Austin Family Planning, Inc. (“PPAFP”) is a Texas not-
for-profit corporation, headquartered in Austin, where it operates a health center that provides
family planning services, including through WHP. PPAFP does not provide abortion services.
13. Planned Parenthood Association of Hidalgo County Texas, Inc. (“PPAHC”) is a
Texas not-for-profit corporation headquartered in McAllen. PPAHC provides family planning
services, including through WHP, at four health centers in Hidalgo County. PPAHC does not
provide abortion services.
14. Planned Parenthood Association of Lubbock, Inc. (“PPAL”) is a Texas not-for-
profit corporation headquartered in Lubbock. PPAL provides family planning services,
including through WHP, at its health center in Lubbock. PPAL does not provide abortion
services.
15. Planned Parenthood of Cameron and Willacy Counties (“PPCWC”) and Family
Planning Associates of San Antonio (“FPA”) are Texas not-for-profit corporations headquartered
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in San Antonio. FPA has four health centers, which do business as “Planned Parenthood,” in the
metropolitan San Antonio area, all of which participate in WHP. PPCWC has three health
centers, located in Kingsville, Harlingen, and Brownsville, which participate in WHP. FPA and
PPCWC do not provide abortion services.
16. Planned Parenthood of Central Texas (“PPCT”) is a Texas not-for-profit
corporation, headquartered in Waco, Texas, where it operates a health center that participates in
WHP. PPCT does not provide abortion services.
17. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, Inc. (“PPGC”) is a Texas not-for-profit
corporation headquartered in Houston. PPGC serves a region of more than 400 miles across the
Gulf Coast from Bryan to New Orleans. PPGC provides WHP services at 11 health centers in
Texas: 5 in Houston, as well as centers located in Bryan, Dickinson, Huntsville, Lufkin,
Rosenberg, and Stafford. PPGC does not provide abortion services.
18. Planned Parenthood of North Texas, Inc. (“PPNT”) is a Texas not-for-profit
corporation, headquartered in Dallas. PPNT provides family planning services at 21 health
centers in North Texas. All of these health centers participate in WHP. PPNT does not provide
abortion services.
19. Planned Parenthood of West Texas, Inc. (“PPWT”) is a Texas not-for-profit
corporation headquartered in Midland. PPWT provides family planning services at three health
centers, all which participate in WHP. PPWT does not provide abortion services.
B. Defendant
20. Thomas M. Suehs is the Executive Commissioner of HHSC, the agency that is
responsible for administering WHP and that adopted the Affiliate Rule. He is the government
official responsible for implementation of the Rule. He is sued in his official capacity.
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IV. LEGAL, LEGISLATIVE, AND REGULATORY BACKGROUND
A. Planned Parenthood v. Sanchez
21. In 2003, prior to the inception of WHP, the Texas Legislature attached a rider to
Article II, Health and Human Services, of its annual appropriations bill, known as “Rider 8.”
Rider 8 applied to family planning funds from several federal programs and prohibited those
funds from going to “individuals or entities that perform elective abortion procedures or that
contract with or provide funds to individuals or entities for the performance of elective abortion
procedures.” Tex. House Bill 1 (2003).
22. Several Planned Parenthood entities who participated in those programs and also
provided abortion services with their private funds brought a lawsuit against TDH challenging
Rider 8 as unconstitutional. On appeal of the district court’s issuance of a preliminary
injunction, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled that Rider 8 should be construed,
if possible, to avoid being declared unconstitutional.
23. The Fifth Circuit explained that its “own reading of Rider 8 leads us to the
conclusion that affiliates are permitted.” Planned Parenthood of Houston and Se. Tex. v.
Sanchez, 403 F.3d 324, 341 (5th Cir. 2005). Under the Fifth Circuit’s reading, Rider 8 did “not
preclude a family planning services provider from maintaining a contract with TDH while
simultaneously creating a separate legal entity that performs abortions and receives no federal
funds.” Id. at 337-38. The Court explained, however, that if “the burden of forming affiliates . .
. would in practical terms frustrate [Planned Parenthood’s] ability to receive federal funds,”
Rider 8 would be preempted. Id. at 342.
24. On remand, TDH and the Planned Parenthood entities reached a settlement
consistent with the holding of the Fifth Circuit. The Planned Parenthood entities created separate
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corporate entities – with distinguishable names, separate boards of directors and governing
bodies, detailed employee timekeeping, clear signage, and separate books and records – one for
family planning services and one for abortion services. The family planning entities, some of
whom are Plaintiffs here, continued to receive the family planning funds, and they have been
audited by the State at least once every two years to ensure compliance with these requirements.
B. The Women’s Health Program
25. In 2005, Texas enacted legislation directing HHSC to seek approval from the
United States Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
Services (“CMS”) for a five-year demonstration project through the Medicaid program “to
expand access to preventive health and family planning services for women.” Tex. Hum. Res.
Code § 32.0248(a) (emphasis added). CMS approved the original proposal, and the Women’s
Health Program began providing services on January 1, 2007.
26. Women are eligible to participate in WHP if they are least 18 years of age and
have a net family income at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty level or if they
participate in certain government programs, are presumed eligible for those programs, or have a
family member who participates in those programs. See Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248(b).
27. WHP provides essential well-women services, including physical examinations,
health screenings for breast and cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections (“STIs”), and
counseling and education about, and the provision of, contraception. See Tex. Hum. Res. Code
§ 32.0248(a). WHP does not pay for abortions.
28. The 2005 state legislative authorization for WHP contained the following
directive to HHSC:
(h) The department shall ensure the money spent under the demonstration project,
regardless of the funding source, is not used to perform or promote elective
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abortions. The department, for the purpose of the demonstration project, may not
contract with entities that perform or promote elective abortions or are affiliates of
entities that perform or promote elective abortions.
Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248(h). It did not contain a definition of “affiliate” or “promote.”
29. As explained above, since the inception of WHP, HHSC has implemented the
statutory prohibition on the participation of “affiliates of entities that perform or promote
abortions” consistent with its understanding of Supreme Court and Fifth Circuit precedent.
30. As the original authorization for WHP was set to expire in late 2011, the Texas
Legislature, in the summer of 2011, enacted Rider 62 to Article II of the Budget which provides:
Out of funds appropriated above in Goal B, Medicaid, the Health and Human
Services Commission, contingent on receiving a waiver under Section 1115 of the
Social Security Act, shall provide Women’s Health Program services under
Medicaid to women. Only women whose income and family size puts them at or
below 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines and who meet all other Medicaid
eligibility requirements are eligible for Women’s Health Program services.
Rider 62 to Article II, Health and Human Services, House Bill 1 (2011) (emphasis added).
31. In addition, the 2011 Legislature enacted Senate Bill 7, which states that:
The department shall ensure that money spent for purposes of the demonstration
project for women’s health care services under former Section 32.0248, Human
Resources Code, or a similar successor program is not used to perform or promote
elective abortions, or to contract with entities that perform or promote elective
abortions or affiliate with entities that perform or promote elective abortions.
See Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1). Like the 2005 legislative authorization, Section
32.024(c-1) does not define “affiliate” or “promote.”
32. These provisions of Texas law – former Section 32.0248 and current Section
32.024(c-1) – are part of Chapter 32 of Texas’s Human Resources Code. The express purpose of
Chapter 32 is “to enable the state to obtain all benefits” for needy individuals that are “authorized
under the Social Security Act or any other federal act.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.001. Texas
law requires that if any provision of that Chapter “conflicts with a provision of the Social
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Security Act or any other federal act and renders the state program out of conformity with federal
law to the extent that federal matching money is not available to the state, the conflicting
provision of state law shall be inoperative.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.002(b).
C. The Affiliate Rule
33. On February 23, 2012, HHSC adopted the Affiliate Rule. The Rule defines
“affiliate” for the purposes of WHP as:
(A) An individual or entity that has a legal relationship with another entity, which
relationship is created or governed by at least one written instrument that
demonstrates:
(i) common ownership, management, or control;
(ii) a franchise; or
(iii) the granting or extension of a license or other agreement that
authorizes the affiliate to use the other entity’s brand name, trademark,
service mark, or other registered identification mark.
(B) The written instruments referenced in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph may
include a certificate of formation, a franchise agreement, standards of affiliation,
bylaws, or a license.
1 Tex. Admin. Code § 354.1362(1). The Rule defines “[p]romotes” as “[a]dvocates or
popularizes by, for example, advertising or publicity.” 1 Tex. Admin. Code § 354.1362(6).
34. The Rule’s prohibition on HHSC contracting with entities that perform or
promote abortions or entities that are affiliated with entities that perform or promote abortions
specifically excludes hospitals licensed under Texas Health and Human Safety Code Chapter
241. 1 Tex. Admin. Code § 354.1363; 1 Tex. Admin. Code § 354.1362(5).
35. The Rule took effect on March 14, 2012. Under HHSC’s implementation plan,
providers who do not certify compliance with the Rule will be removed from the program after
April 30, 2012.
36. HHSC adopted the Rule in February 2012 even though CMS had previously
advised HHSC in December 2011 that Texas’s request to renew federal participation in WHP
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would be denied if the Rule was implemented because the Rule conflicts with the requirement of
the Social Security Act that “any individual eligible for medical assistance . . . may obtain such
assistance from any institution, agency, . . . or person, qualified to perform the service . . . who
undertakes to provide him such services.” 42 U.S.C. § 1396A(a)(23). After HHSC proceeded to
formally adopt the Rule, CMS reaffirmed its refusal to renew or extend the prior demonstration
project and advised HHSC that it would continue federal funding for WHP through a “phase-
out” period that will extend no more than nine months.
37. Governor Perry has instructed Defendant Suehs and HHSC to take steps so Texas
can continue to provide the “vital health and wellness services” of WHP using only state funds.
Thus, with or without federal participation in WHP, Defendant intends to continue WHP with the
Affiliate Rule in force.
38. In its Rule adoption order, HHSC did not address the fact that the Rule would
cause WHP to lose federal funding, which the program was enacted expressly to obtain. Nor did
it address the fact that the Rule would decrease the availability of family planning services,
which the program was expressly established to expand. HHSC’s only response to the decreased
availability of family planning services resulting from the Rule was that the agency was
“expressly directed” by the Legislature to adopt the provider-excluding Rule, and that it has
“taken steps” to recruit “additional qualified providers” and to “transition” Plaintiffs’ WHP
patients to other providers. 37 Tex. Reg. at 1699 (Mar. 9, 2012). HHSC did not meaningfully
address the unconstitutionality of the Rule.
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V. THE IMPACT OF THE RULE ON PLAINTIFFS AND WOMEN IN TEXAS
A. The Affiliate Rule Disqualifies Plaintiffs from WHP
39. Although Plaintiffs are all legally and financially separate from any entity that
performs abortions and they do not encourage women to have abortions, the definitions of
“affiliate” and “promote” adopted by HHSC bars each Plaintiffs’ participation in WHP for
numerous reasons, including:
(a) Each Plaintiff, either itself or through an affiliated entity, engages in
advocacy and public education activities intended to protect and facilitate access to safe
and legal abortion for women who choose to exercise their right to choose abortion.
(b) All but one Plaintiff are also affiliated with an entity that provides abortion
care and that advertises that it provides those services.
(c) Although Plaintiffs and their related abortion providers have easily
distinguishable names, as required by the Sanchez settlement, all use the registered
service mark “Planned Parenthood” in providing medical services.
(d) Plaintiffs all are affiliates of, or ancillary organizations of affiliates of,
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (“PPFA”), which also advocates for women’s
access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including abortion, and requires that its
affiliates do the same. PPFA does not provide abortion care itself, but its member-
affiliates offer that service throughout the United States and as of January 2013, all
member-affiliates will be required to do so.
40. Put simply, the Affiliate Rule operates as a complete bar for Plaintiffs to be part
of “Planned Parenthood” and also to participate in WHP. Indeed, HHSC stated this plainly in
adopting the Rule, explaining that its purpose was “to prohibit the participation of specialty
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providers that share a common mission or purpose with entities that perform or promote elective
abortions.” 37 Tex. Reg. 1696 (Mar. 9, 2012).
B. The Rule Will Irreparably Harm Plaintiffs and Their Patients and Disserves
the Public Interest
41. Plaintiffs currently operate 49 health centers throughout the state of Texas where
women can enroll in, and obtain services through, WHP. According to HHSC, in calendar year
2010, WHP served more than 103,000 low-income Texas women. In state fiscal year 2010, at
least 49% of women who obtained services through WHP obtained some services at a Planned
Parenthood provider, amounting to 39% of the claims and 46% of the reimbursements that year.
42. The Rule will cause severe, irreparable injury to Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs’ combined
reimbursements from WHP totaled nearly $13 million during fiscal year 2010; loss of that
funding will severely impact their operating budgets. Without this funding, Plaintiffs will be
forced to reduce services, close clinics, and/or lay off employees. Once these actions are taken
by Plaintiffs, it would be very expensive – if not impossible – for them to resume operations as
they are today.
43. These injuries to Plaintiffs and their patients are especially acute because in 2011,
Texas’s family planning program was cut by two-thirds, reducing it from $111.5 million during
the 2010-2011 biennium to $37.9 million over the next two years. This reduction means that
many fewer providers receive family planning funds; last year, more than 70 agencies received
these funds, but by February 2012, there were only 41 agencies contracting with TDH for these
funds. Plaintiffs, in particular, felt these reductions acutely; altogether, Plaintiffs closed 12
health centers in 2011 and 2012 as a direct result of those cuts. These cuts make the impact of
losing WHP funding worse for Plaintiffs and all their patients, not just those in WHP.
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44. Unless Plaintiffs completely disassociate themselves from their affiliated abortion
providers, from PPFA, and from any entity that advocates for women’s access to comprehensive
reproductive healthcare, they will be forced out of WHP. This will mean that tens of thousands
of women will be forced to choose between seeking services from Plaintiffs at substantially
higher self-pay costs, trying to seek WHP services elsewhere, or forgoing care altogether.
45. Because these are women with family incomes at or below 185 percent of the
federal poverty level, it will be difficult for them to self-pay. If they do, they likely will have to
forgo some of the care for which WHP would have provided reimbursement. For example, some
will forgo testing for certain types of cancer or STIs and/or switch to cheaper, but less effective,
methods of contraception, thereby decreasing their overall health and placing themselves at
greater risk of undiagnosed disease and/or unplanned pregnancy.
46. If these women instead elect to try to find another provider, doing so will not be
easy. There are simply not enough WHP providers to absorb the tens of thousands of women
who relied on Plaintiffs. There is already a shortage of primary care providers throughout the
State. The other reproductive healthcare providers have limited capacity, and many of these
providers have also faced recent funding cuts. This means that many of Plaintiffs’ patients may
be unable to find another provider who participates in WHP.
47. At a minimum, many of Plaintiffs’ WHP patients will have to travel further (at
greater expense to themselves) and/or wait longer for appointments. Delays in seeking testing
and treatment for breast and cervical cancer as well as STIs will have devastating health
consequences for some of these women. Lack of access to and delays in receiving family
planning services can be expected to lead to an increase in unplanned pregnancies and, in turn, to
an increase in abortions.
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48. Given the difficulties of continuing to seek care either at Plaintiffs’ health centers
or alternative providers, many of Plaintiffs’ patients will simply go without this preventive care
altogether, resulting in them being at increased risk of undiagnosed cancer and STIs, unplanned
pregnancies, and abortion.
49. The Affiliate Rule will also harm the public interest and Texas taxpayers because
it will cause the State both to lose federal funding for WHP and have greater overall healthcare
costs because the services Plaintiffs provide through WHP save the State money. For example,
based on formulas used by the Legislative Budget Board, WHP saved more than $46 million in
2009 by preventing pregnancies that would have resulted in Medicaid-covered births. The
State’s share of those savings, after paying WHP expenditures, totaled almost $20 million in
general revenue.
50. Plaintiffs have no adequate remedy at law.
CLAIMS FOR RELIEF
COUNT I – UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITION
(First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)
51. Plaintiffs hereby reaffirm and reallege each and every allegation made in ¶¶1-50
above as if set forth fully herein.
52. The Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1) if it requires that
Rule, impose unconstitutional conditions on Plaintiffs’ eligibility to participate in WHP because
the Rule disqualifies Plaintiffs from eligibility based upon their advocacy to protect access to
safe and legal abortion services, their affiliation with entities that advocate to protect access to
safe and legal abortion services, and/or their affiliation with entities that advertise the availability
of abortion services.
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COUNT II – UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITION
(First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)
53. Plaintiffs hereby reaffirm and reallege each and every allegation made in ¶¶1-52
above as if set forth fully herein.
54. The Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1) if it requires that
Rule, impose unconstitutional conditions on Plaintiffs’ eligibility to participate in WHP because
the Rule disqualifies Plaintiffs from eligibility based upon their association with Planned
Parenthood Federation of America and/or with Planned Parenthood entities that provide abortion
services and/or advocate to protect access to safe and legal abortion services.
COUNT III – UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONDITION
(Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)
55. Plaintiffs hereby reaffirm and reallege each and every allegation made in ¶¶1-54
above as if set forth fully herein.
56. The Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1) if it requires that
Rule, impose unconstitutional conditions on Plaintiffs’ eligibility to participate in WHP because
the Rule disqualifies Plaintiffs from eligibility based upon their providing abortion services
through legally and financially separate affiliates.
COUNT IV – EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS
(Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)
57. Plaintiffs hereby reaffirm and reallege each and every allegation made in ¶¶1-56
above as if set forth fully herein.
58. The Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1) if it requires that
Rule, violate Plaintiffs’ right to equal protection under the laws because it treats them differently
from hospitals licensed under Texas Health and Human Safety Code Chapter 241 that perform or
“promote” abortions and/or are “affiliated” with entities that perform and “promote” elective
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abortion as those terms are defined in the Rule without adequate basis for the differential
treatment.
COUNT V – INVALID RULE
(Texas State Law)
59. Plaintiffs hereby reaffirm and reallege each and every allegation made in ¶¶1-58
above as if set forth fully herein.
60. The Affiliate Rule is void and unenforceable under Texas state law because: (i) in
promulgating it, HHSC exceeded its Texas statutory authority because the Rule is inconsistent
with the Texas statute it purports to implement; and (ii) HHSC acted arbitrarily and capriciously
in adopting the Rule, failing to take the relevant statutory factors into account and failing to
engage in the reasoned decision-making required for adoption of a valid rule under Texas law.
WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs request that this Court:
1. Issue a declaratory judgment that the Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code
§ 32.024(c-1) if it requires that Rule, violate the rights of Plaintiffs by imposing unconstitutional
conditions on Plaintiffs’ participation in WHP, in violation of the First and Fourteenth
Amendments to the United States Constitution;
2. Issue a declaratory judgment that the Affiliate Rule, and Tex. Hum. Res. Code
§ 32.024(c-1) if it requires that Rule, violate the rights of Plaintiffs by treating them differently
from hospitals licensed under Texas Health and Human Safety Code Chapter 241 that perform or
“promote” abortions and/or are “affiliated” with entities that perform and “promote” elective
abortion as those terms are defined in the Rule without adequate basis for the differential
treatment in violation of the Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution;
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3. Issue a declaratory judgment that HHSC exceeded its statutory authority in
promulgating the Affiliate Rule because it is inconsistent with the Texas statute it purports to
implement;
4. Issue a declaratory judgment that the Affiliate Rule is void because, in
promulgating it, HHSC failed to provide reasoned justification in violation of Tex. Gov’t Code
§§ 2001.033 and 2001.035;
5. Issue preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, without bond, maintaining the
status quo and restraining the enforcement, operation, and execution of the Affiliate Rule, and
Tex. Hum. Res. Code §32.024(c-1) if that statute requires that Rule;
6. Grant Plaintiffs attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1988;
and
7. Grant such further relief as this Court deems just and proper.
Dated: April 11, 2012
Respectfully submitted,
/s/ P.M. Schenkkan ____________
P.M. Schenkkan
State Bar No. 17741500
Susan G. Conway
State Bar No. 04716200
Matthew B. Baumgartner
State Bar No. 24062605
mbaumgartner@gdhm.com
GRAVES, DOUGHERTY, HEARON
& MOODY, P.C.
401 Congress Avenue, Suite 2200
Austin, TX 78701-3744
(512) 480-5673
pschenkkan@gdhm.com
sconway@gdhm.com
mbaumgartner@gdhm.com
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Roger K. Evans
*
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
434 W. 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 541-7800
roger.evans@ppfa.org
Helene T. Krasnoff
*
Carrie Y. Flaxman
*
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 973-4800
helene.krasnoff@ppfa.org
carrie.flaxman@ppfa.org
ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFFS
*
Application for admission pro hac vice forthcoming
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I hereby certify that on April 11, 2012, I served, via hand delivery, the foregoing
Complaint, on the following:
Office of the Texas Attorney General
300 W. 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701
Attorneys for Defendant Thomas M. Sues
/s/ P.M. Schenkkan
P.M. Schenkkan
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
AUSTIN DIVISION
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN §
FAMILY PLANNING, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION §
OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF §
LUBBOCK, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CAMERON §
AND WILLACY COUNTIES, §
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN § CIVIL CASE NO. 1:12-CV-00322
ANTONIO, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH §
TEXAS, INC., and §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC. §
PLAINTIFFS, §
§
VS. §
§
THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner, §
Texas Health and Human Services Commission, §
in his official capacity, §
DEFENDANT. §
PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
AND MEMORANDUM OF LAWIN SUPPORT THEREOF
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I. INTRODUCTION
Plaintiffs hereby move for a preliminary injunction to stop enforcement of a new rule
promulgated by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (“HHSC”). 1 Tex. Admin.
Code §§ 354.1361-64 (attached as Ex. A) (“Affiliate Rule” or “Rule”). Unless preliminarily
enjoined by this Court before April 30, 2012, the Rule will bar Plaintiffs from Texas’s Women’s
Health Program (“WHP”), in violation of their constitutional rights and state law. WHP provides
preventive health care, including cancer screenings and family planning services, to more than
100,000 low-income Texas women. See HHSC WHP Summary of Clients, Claims, & Cost by
Provider, SFY2010 (attached as Ex. B). Plaintiffs have participated in WHP since its inception,
and have been critical to it, together serving approximately 45 percent of enrollees statewide. Id.
Plaintiffs do not provide abortion services; nor do they encourage women to choose
abortion. The new Rule nevertheless bars them from participation in WHP because Plaintiffs
advocate to protect access to safe and legal abortion and/or are affiliated with legally separate
entities that engage in that advocacy and/or provide and advertise abortion services. The Rule
imposes an unconstitutional condition on Plaintiffs’ WHP eligibility because it disqualifies them
based on their constitutionally protected conduct. The Rule is also invalid under Texas law.
Preliminary injunctive relief is necessary not only to protect Plaintiffs’ constitutional rights, but
also because enforcement of the Rule would irreparably harm them and tens of thousands of low-
income women who rely on them for critical, preventive health services.
II. BACKGROUND
A. The Women’s Health Programand the Challenged Affiliate Rule
In 2005, Texas enacted legislation directing HHSC to seek approval from the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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(“CMS”) for a five-year Medicaid demonstration project “to expand access to preventive health
and family planning services for women” with a family income at or below 185 percent of the
federal poverty level. Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248. CMS approved the original proposal,
and WHP began providing services on January 1, 2007. In calendar year 2010, more than
103,000 women received health care services through WHP. See HHSC Rider 64 Report (Aug.
2011) (attached as Ex. C). WHP does not pay for abortions.
The 2005 Texas statute that originally authorized WHP ordered HHSC to “ensure the
money spent” under WHP “is not used to perform or promote elective abortions.” In a separate
sentence, it prohibited HHSC from “contract[ing] with entities that perform or promote elective
abortions or are affiliates of entities that perform or promote elective abortions.” Tex. Hum. Res.
Code § 32.0248(h). HHSC originally understood that this statute (which did not define
“affiliate” or “promote”) could not be constitutionally construed or applied to exclude Plaintiffs
– who do not encourage women to have abortions and who are legally and financially separate
from any entity that provides abortions. See Letter from A. Hawkins to Sen. Deuell (Feb. 4,
2009) (attached as Ex. D). HHSC, therefore, implemented the statute consistent with its
understanding of Supreme Court and Fifth Circuit precedent.
As the original WHP authorization was set to expire in late 2011, the Texas Legislature,
in the summer of 2011, enacted Rider 62 to Article II of the Budget, which provides:
Out of funds appropriated above in Goal B, Medicaid, the Health and Human
Services Commission, contingent on receiving a waiver under Section 1115 of the
Social Security Act, shall provide Women’s Health Program services under
Medicaid to women. Only women whose income and family size puts them at or
below 185% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines and who meet all other Medicaid
eligibility requirements are eligible for Women’s Health Program services.
Rider 62 to Article II, Health and Human Services, House Bill 1 (2011). In addition, Senate Bill
7 was enacted, which states that:
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The department shall ensure that money spent for purposes of the demonstration
project for women’s health care services under former Section 32.0248, Human
Resources Code, or a similar successor program is not used to perform or promote
elective abortions, or to contract with entities that perform or promote elective
abortions or affiliate with entities that perform or promote elective abortions.
See Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.024(c-1). “Affiliate” and “promote” are again not defined.
On February 23, 2012, HHSC adopted the Affiliate Rule, which defines “affiliate” for the
purposes of WHP as:
(A) An individual or entity that has a legal relationship with another entity, which
relationship is created or governed by at least one written instrument that
demonstrates:
(i) common ownership, management, or control; (ii) a franchise; or
(iii) the granting or extension of a license or other agreement that
authorizes the affiliate to use the other entity’s brand name, trademark,
service mark, or other registered identification mark.
(B) The written instruments referenced in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph may
include a certificate of formation, a franchise agreement, standards of affiliation,
bylaws, or a license.
1 Tex. Admin. Code § 354.1362(1). “Promotes” is defined as “[a]dvocates or popularizes by, for
example, advertising or publicity.” Id. § 354.1362(6).
Under HHSC’s order adopting the Rule, it took effect on March 14, 2012. See 37 Tex.
Reg. 1701 (Mar. 9. 2012). However, under HHSC’s implementation plan, providers who do not
certify compliance with the Rule will be removed from the program after April 30, 2012. See
Letter from Tex. Medicaid & Women’s Healthcare Partnership to Medicaid WHP Providers
(Mar. 15, 2012) (attached as Ex. E).
HHSC adopted the Rule even though CMS had advised it that the federal waiver required
for WHP to be part of the Medicaid program would not be renewed if the Rule was implemented
because it conflicts with a provision of federal law that requires that “any individual eligible for
medical assistance ... may obtain such assistance from any institution, agency, ... or person,
qualified to perform the service ... who undertakes to provide him such services.” 42 U.S.C.
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§ 1396A(a)(23); see Letter from C. Mann to B. Millwee (Dec. 12, 2011) (attached as Ex. F).
After HHSC announced the final Rule, CMS reaffirmed its refusal to renew or extend the prior
demonstration project and advised HHSC that it would continue federal funding for WHP
through a “phase-out” period that will extend no more than nine months. See Letter from C.
Mann to B. Millwee (Mar. 15, 2012) (attached as Ex. G). Governor Perry, however, has
instructed HHSC to take steps to continue WHP using only state funds. See Letter from Gov.
Perry to T. Suehs (attached as Ex. H). Thus, Defendant intends to forgo federal funds in order to
continue WHP with the Rule and eliminate Planned Parenthood from the program as of April 30.
B. Although Plaintiffs Do Not Provide Abortions, the Rule Was Adopted to
Disqualify Them from WHP, and It Will Have that Effect
Plaintiffs together operate 49 health centers throughout Texas that participate in WHP.
See Decl. of K. Lambrecht (attached as Ex. I) ¶5. Plaintiffs provide services to approximately 45
percent of the women in the program. Ex. B.
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Plaintiffs do not provide abortions or encourage
women to have abortions. However, they do, either themselves or through an affiliated entity,
advocate for access to safe and legal abortion. See Lambrecht ¶¶6-8 (Ex. I); Decl. of P. Gonzales
(attached as Ex. J) ¶8; Decl. of T. Haskell (attached as Ex. K) ¶¶7-9; Decl. of K. Hildebrand
(attached as Ex. L) ¶¶6-7. In addition, all but one Plaintiff has an affiliate relationship with a
legally and financially separate entity that provides abortions and advertises that service. Id.
Plaintiffs’ structure of providing abortions through legally separate entities stems from
prior federal court litigation brought in 2003 by several Planned Parenthood entities against the
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Texas Department of Health (“TDH,” now the Texas Department of State Health Services,
“DSHS”) which challenged a similar prohibition disqualifying “individuals or entities that
perform elective abortion procedures or that contract with or provide funds to individuals or
entities for the performance of elective abortion procedures” from participating in a different
family planning program. Tex. House Bill 1 (2003). This Court issued a preliminary injunction.
On appeal, the Fifth Circuit ruled that the law should be construed to avoid unconstitutionality
and held that its language did “not preclude a family planning services provider from
maintaining a contract with TDH while simultaneously creating a separate legal entity that
performs abortions and receives no federal funds.” The Circuit explained, however, that “if the
burden of forming affiliates ... would in practical terms frustrate [Planned Parenthood’s] ability
to receive federal funds,” the prohibition would be unlawful. Planned Parenthood of Houston &
Se. Tex. v. Sanchez, 403 F.3d 324, 337-38, 342 (5th Cir. 2005).
On remand, the parties reached a settlement consistent with the Fifth Circuit’s holding.
The Planned Parenthood entities created separate corporate entities – with distinguishable names,
separate boards of directors and governing bodies, no direct or indirect subsidies of abortion care
services, detailed employee timekeeping, clear signage, and separate books. Under this
arrangement, the family planning entities, some of whom are Plaintiffs here, remained eligible to
receive the government funds. They have been audited by the State at least once every two years
to ensure compliance with these terms. See Rider 52 to Article II, Health and Human Services,

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While HHSC has not released more current or complete data, its data for SFY2010 shows that
in its view, 49% of women who obtained services through WHP obtained some services at
“Planned Parenthood Providers,” amounting to 39% of the claims and 46% of the
reimbursements that year. Ex. B. While it is not clear which providers HHSC considered
“Planned Parenthood,” it does seem that they omitted Plaintiff Family Planning Associates of
San Antonio, a Planned Parenthood provider, who would also be disqualified by the Rule,
making these totals even higher.
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House Bill 1 (2011); Haskell ¶¶7-8 (Ex. K); Hildebrand ¶¶6-7 (Ex. L); Lambrecht ¶¶6-7 (Ex. I).
Although each Plaintiff is legally and financially separate from any entity that performs
abortions, and no Plaintiff encourages women to have abortions, the definitions of “affiliate” and
“promote” in the new Rule bar their participation in WHP for numerous reasons, including:
 Each Plaintiff, either itself or through an affiliated entity, engages in advocacy
intended to protect and facilitate access to safe and legal abortion for women who
choose to exercise their constitutional right to choose;
 All but one Plaintiff is affiliated with an entity that provides abortion care and that
advertises that it provides those services;
 Although Plaintiffs and their affiliated abortion providers have names that are
easily distinguishable, they all use the registered service mark “Planned
Parenthood” in providing medical services; and
 Plaintiffs are affiliates of, or ancillary organizations of affiliates of, Planned
Parenthood Federation of America (“PPFA”), which also advocates for women’s
access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including abortion, and requires
that its affiliates do the same. PPFA does not provide abortion care itself, but its
member-affiliates offer that service throughout the United States and as of
January 2013, all member-affiliates will be required to do so.
See Gonzales ¶8 (Ex. J); Haskell ¶¶ 7-9 (Ex. K); Hildebrand ¶¶6-7 (Ex. L); Lambrecht ¶¶6-8
(Ex. I). Put simply, the Rule operates as a complete bar for Plaintiffs to participate in WHP and
remain part of “Planned Parenthood.” HHSC made this plain, stating that the Rule’s purpose
was “to prohibit the participation of specialty providers that share a common mission or purpose
with entities that perform or promote elective abortions.” 37 Tex. Reg. 1696 (Mar. 9, 2012).
C. The Impact of the Rule on Plaintiffs and the Women of Texas
If the Rule is enforced, Plaintiffs’ business will be severely impaired, harming both
themselves and their patients. In fiscal year 2010, Plaintiffs’ combined WHP reimbursements
totaled nearly $13 million. Ex. B. Without these funds, they will not be able to provide anything
near the same level of services. Loss of WHP funds would be particularly damaging because it
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comes directly on the heels of Texas reducing its family planning program by two-thirds, with
many of the Plaintiffs losing that funding.
For example, WHP funding is nearly 50 percent of the budget of Planned Parenthood
Association of Hidalgo County (“PPAHC”), which in 2010 provided family planning services to
more than 23,000 men, women, and teens, 90 percent of whom live at or below the federal
poverty level. Gonzales ¶¶4-5, 9 (Ex. J). If the Rule stands, PPAHC – which already closed four
health centers last year due to the state’s family planning cuts – would likely have to close
another two or three sites and lay off approximately 15 of 35 staff. Id. ¶9. The situation in West
Texas is similar; more than 40 percent of Planned Parenthood of West Texas’s revenue is from
WHP, and it already lost 20 percent of its revenue in the family planning cuts. Hildebrand ¶8
(Ex. L); see also Lambrecht ¶10 (Ex. I) (WHP and family planning cuts combined would result
in Planned Parenthood of North Texas losing 25% of its operating budget in one year). And in
Lubbock, it is worse. WHP funding is more than 60 percent of Planned Parenthood Association
of Lubbock’s (“PPAL”) revenue. If that loss is considered along with its lost family planning
funds, PPAL would lose approximately 90 percent of its revenue, making it nearly impossible for
it to continue to operate its health center if the Rule is enforced. Haskell ¶10 (Ex. K).
Besides Plaintiffs’ injuries, if the Rule is enforced, tens of thousands of WHP enrollees
who rely on Plaintiffs for all or part of their medical care will have three options: (1) pay
substantially higher self-pay costs for Plaintiffs’ services; (2) seek out another WHP provider; or
(3) forgo care. Because these are, by definition, low-income women, many will not be able to
self-pay, and if they do, they will likely forgo some care that WHP covers, thereby decreasing
their overall health and placing themselves at greater risk of undiagnosed disease or unplanned
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pregnancy. See, e.g., Gonzales ¶¶10-12 (Ex. J) (many women would opt for less effective forms
of birth control and forgo disease screening if they self-paid); Lambrecht ¶12 (Ex. I) (same).
Given the general dearth of primary care providers and the limited capacity of the other
family planning providers in Texas that accept Medicaid reimbursement, many women,
particularly those outside of the major cities, will be unable to find another WHP provider within
a reasonable distance – or to find one that can deliver services as promptly or that are as high
quality as Plaintiffs’. For example, in West Texas, there is a severe provider shortage, including
WHP providers, and Planned Parenthood is the largest WHP provider, serving over 3,000
patients. Hildebrand ¶11 (Ex. L). In Lubbock County, Planned Parenthood is also the largest
WHP provider, serving nearly 2,000 enrollees; other providers there see very few WHP patients,
who may already wait three months for appointments. Haskell ¶¶2, 13-14 (Ex. K); see also
Gonzales ¶13 (Ex. J) (in Hildalgo County, Planned Parenthood is the largest WHP provider, and
at other local providers women already wait two months for appointments). If women cannot
find another provider, if they forgo care because of the difficulty accessing it, or even if their
care is delayed, potentially life-threatening diseases and STI’s will go undetected and untreated,
and those women will be at increased risk of unintended pregnancy (and in turn, abortion). See
Lambrecht ¶15 (Ex. I); Gonzales ¶14 (Ex. J).
These are the very problems that WHP was designed to, and indeed does, prevent. As
HHSC’s own documents show, WHP prevents thousands of unintended pregnancies, which if
carried to term would each cost the State thousands of dollars more in reimbursements for
pregnancy and well-baby services for its portion of the Medicaid program than the corresponding
WHP program service reimbursements for preventing pregnancy. See Ex. C. And, of course,
many unintended pregnancies, if not prevented, will end in abortion.
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Finally, the reductions in Plaintiffs’ services and clinic closures that will be needed if the
Rule is enforced will harm not only those enrolled in WHP, but also many other low-income
Texans who rely on Plaintiffs for preventive health care. See, e.g., Haskell ¶12 (Ex. K) (if PPAL
has to close, not only will nearly 2,000 women enrolled in WHP lose their provider of choice,
but all 4,100 of their clients will have to go elsewhere or forgo health care).
III. ARGUMENT
To obtain a preliminary injunction, Plaintiffs must show (1) a substantial likelihood of
success on the merits; (2) a substantial threat of irreparable injury without the injunction; (3) that
the threatened injury outweighs any damage that the injunction might cause HHSC; and (4) that
the injunction will not disserve the public interest. Sanchez, 403 F.3d at 329. Plaintiffs need not
prove their case; “[a] preliminary injunction may issue if plaintiff has raised questions going to
the merits so serious and substantial as to make them fair ground for litigation.” Casarez v. Val
Verde Cnty., 957 F. Supp. 847, 858 (W.D. Tex. 1997). Plaintiffs easily meet this test here.
A. Plaintiffs Are Likely to Succeed on Their Claimthat the Rule Imposes an
Unconstitutional Condition on Eligibility to Participate in WHP.
For at least forty years, it has been clear that government cannot determine eligibility for
a government program “on a basis that infringes on constitutionally protected liberty”:
[E]ven though a person has no ‘right’ to a valuable governmental benefit … [the
government] may not deny a benefit to a person on a basis that infringes his
constitutionally protected interests—especially, his interest in freedom of speech.
For if the government could deny a benefit to a person because of his
constitutionally protected speech or associations, his exercise of those freedoms
would in effect be penalized and inhibited. This would allow the government to
‘produce a result which [it] could not command directly.’ Such interference with
constitutional rights is impermissible.
Perry v. Sindermann, 408 U.S. 593, 597 (1972) (quoting Speiser v. Randall, 357 U.S. 513, 526
(1958)) (emphasis added) (second alteration in original).
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Texas need not fund abortion advocacy, advertising, or services,
2
but it may not
disqualify an otherwise eligible recipient of public funds based on its constitutionally protected
conduct outside of the government program. This was explained in Rust v. Sullivan, 500 U.S.
173, 197-98 (1991), which involved now-repealed federal regulations that restricted recipients of
certain family planning funds from providing information about abortion within the government-
subsidized project. The regulations, however, did not disqualify entities if such information was
provided outside of the subsidized project. The Court upheld the regulations because:
[H]ere the Government is not denying a benefit to anyone, but is instead simply
insisting that public funds be spent for the purposes for which they were
authorized. ... In contrast, our ‘unconstitutional conditions’ cases involve
situations in which the Government has placed a condition on the recipient of the
subsidy rather than on a particular program or service, thus effectively prohibiting
the recipient from engaging in the protected conduct outside the scope of the
federally funded program.
Id. at 196-97 (emphasis in original).
The Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized this critical distinction between limitations
on the use of government funds (which are permissible) and regulations that condition receipt of
funds on the recipient forgoing constitutionally protected conduct outside of the funded project
(which are impermissible). In Rust, it was critical that the recipients of the funds remained able
to engage in abortion-related activities so long as they did so with adequate separation:
The regulations govern the scope of the Title X project’s activities, and leave the
grantee unfettered in its other activities. The Title X grantee can continue to
perform abortions, provide abortion-related services, and engage in abortion
advocacy; it simply is required to conduct those activities through programs that
are separate and independent from the project that receives Title X funds.
500 U.S. at 196 (final emphasis added). Similarly, in F.C.C. v. League of Women Voters of Cal.,
468 U.S. 364 (1984), the Supreme Court held unconstitutional a law that barred entities that

2
Indeed, WHP does not, and Plaintiffs are routinely audited to ensure that no government funds
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editorialized “on controversial issues” of “public importance,” id. at 384, from receiving federal
funds for non-editorial programming and noted that if the law allowed stations “to establish
‘affiliate’ organizations which could then use the station’s facilities to editorialize with
nonfederal funds, such a statutory mechanism would plainly be valid.” Id. at 400.
3
Appellate courts too have recognized this balance, which is constitutionally required to
protect liberties while allowing government to ensure that its funds are spent for the purposes for
which it intends. See Planned Parenthood of Mid-Mo. & E. Kan., Inc. v. Dempsey, 167 F.3d
458, 463 (8th Cir. 1999) (construing statute to allow affiliates of abortion providers to participate
in state family planning program because a contrary construction “would cross the line
established in Rust, League of Women Voters, and Regan, and hence be an unconstitutional
condition”); see also Brooklyn Legal Servs. Corp. v. Legal Servs. Corp., 462 F.3d 219 (2d Cir.
2006), cert. denied sub nom Legal Serv. for New York City v. Legal Servs. Corp., 552 U.S. 810
(2007); Planned Parenthood of Cent. & N. Ariz. v. Arizona, 718 F.2d 938, 942-44 (9th Cir.
1983), appeal after remand, 789 F.2d 1348 (9th Cir. 1986), summarily aff’d sub nom Babbit v.
Planned Parenthood of Cent. and N. Ariz., 479 U.S. 925 (1986); cf. Sanchez, 403 F.3d at 341
(noting that if the family planning funding restriction did not allow for affiliates, it would be
unlike the regulations upheld in Rust because “it would require that entities not engage in
abortion activities even with private funds”). And in the past year alone, three federal district
courts have preliminarily enjoined state action aimed at removing Planned Parenthood entities

are used to subsidize abortion care.
3
See also Regan v. Taxation With Representation of Wash., 461 U.S. 540, 544 (1983)
(constitutionally permissible to prohibit charitable organizations from using tax-deductible
contributions to support lobbying efforts, where they can establish separate affiliates to use non-
tax-deductible contributions for such efforts); Nat’l Endowment for the Arts v. Finley, 524 U.S.
569, 587 (1998) (upholding the use of subjective criteria for arts grants, but noting that “[i]f the
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from eligibility for government funding based on their provision of, advocacy for access to,
and/or association with abortion, recognizing that each Planned Parenthood plaintiff was likely
to prevail on its claim that such action imposed an unconstitutional condition.
4

It is clear that the Rule conditions WHP eligibility on a basis that infringes on
constitutionally protected liberties. Advocating to protect access to abortion or advertising the
availability of abortion services are clearly activities protected by the First Amendment. See
Bigelow v. Virginia, 421 U.S. 809, 822-29 (1975) (application of statute barring advertising
abortion violates the First Amendment); Rust, 500 U.S. at 196 (considering plaintiffs’ asserted
constitutional right “to engage in abortion advocacy and counseling”); Planned Parenthood of
Cent. & N. Ariz., 718 F.2d at 942-44 (recognizing “the right of Planned Parenthood to engage in
abortion or abortion-related speech activities”). Associating with those who advocate for access
to safe and legal abortion services, associating with legally and financially separate entities that
provide safe and legal abortion services, and using the name “Planned Parenthood” are also
speech and association activity protected by the First Amendment. See Roberts v. United States
Jaycees, 468 U.S. 609, 622 (1984) (entity’s “right to associate with others in pursuit of a wide

NEA were to leverage its power to award subsidies on the basis of subjective criteria into a
penalty on disfavored viewpoints, then we would confront a different case”).
4
See Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region v. Dreyzehner, 2012 WL 529811, at *8
(M.D. Tenn. Feb 17, 2012) (disapproval of disease prevention grants likely unconstitutional
when done “to penalize Plaintiffs for the exercise of their constitutionally-protected right of
affiliation with, and/or advocacy for access to abortion services”); Planned Parenthood of Cent.
N.C. v. Cansler, 804 F. Supp. 2d 482, 492-95 (M.D.N.C. 2011) (North Carolina ban on Planned
Parenthood funding likely unconstitutional because “while a state may completely choose not to
fund abortion services, the state may not bar an entity from the benefit of funding for which it
would otherwise be eligible based on the entity’s participation in unrelated legal and
constitutionally-protected conduct”) (quotation and citation omitted); Planned Parenthood of
Kan. & Mid-Mo. v. Brownback, 799 F. Supp. 2d 1218, 1234 (D. Kan. 2011) (Kansas law likely
constituted unconstitutional condition where it “reflects not simply a refusal to fund a given
activity, but serves to entirely deny the plaintiff access to [government funding], based entirely
upon the plaintiff's participation in unrelated political conduct”).
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variety of political, social, economic, educational, religious, and cultural ends” is protected by
the First Amendment because the right to free speech “could not be vigorously protected from
interference by the State unless a correlative freedom to engage in group effort towards those
ends were not also guaranteed”) (citations omitted); Healy v. James, 408 U.S. 169, 185-86
(1972) (“[T]he Court has consistently disapproved governmental action … denying rights and
privileges solely because of a citizen’s association with an unpopular organization.”) (citations
omitted). Finally, Plaintiffs provide abortion services in a way that the State has for five years
recognized the validity of – through legally and financially separate affiliated entities. Such
provision of abortion services is constitutionally protected activity as well. See Singleton v.
Wulff, 428 U.S. 106, 117 (1976) (“A woman cannot safely secure an abortion without the aid of a
physician.”); Planned Parenthood of Cent. Tex. v. Sanchez, 280 F. Supp. 2d 590, 607-08 (W.D.
Tex. 2003), rev’d and remanded on other grounds, Sanchez, 403 F.3d 324 (holding that in
providing abortions, “Plaintiffs are engaging in a constitutionally protected activity”).
Plainly and purposefully, HHSC is imposing an unconstitutional condition on Plaintiffs’
eligibility for WHP. The Rule not only bars them from providing abortions, advocating for
abortion, or advertising abortion themselves; they are barred from affiliating with entities that
engage in that constitutionally protected conduct as well. This prohibition falls on the
impermissible side of the divide established in the unconstitutional conditions jurisprudence
because it operates as a complete bar on Plaintiffs’ participation in WHP unless they cease their
constitutionally protected activities conducted wholly separately from the government-funded
program. There can be little doubt, therefore, that if this Court determines that it must reach the
federal constitutional questions, Plaintiffs will prevail on their claims that the Affiliate Rule
violates their rights under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.
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B. Plaintiffs Are Likely to Succeed on Their State Law Claimthat HHSC
Exceeded Its Statutory Authority.
As a Texas agency, HHSC may not exercise its power contradictory to or inconsistent
with its authorizing statutes. See Pub. Util. Comm’n v. City Pub. Serv. Bd. of San Antonio, 53
S.W.3d 310, 315 (Tex. 2001). The Rule is inconsistent with the WHP statutory scheme in at
least four respects. First, the “determining factor” as to whether HHSC exceeded its authority is
whether the Rule is “in harmony with the general objectives of the Act involved.” Gerst v. Oak
Cliff Sav. & Loan Ass’n, 432 S.W.2d 702, 706 (Tex. 1968). The Rule fails that test because the
WHP’s expressly stated purpose is “to expand access to preventive health and family planning
services for women.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248(a) (emphasis added).
5
But as shown in
Section II.C., supra, the Rule, rather than expanding access to those services, will have the
opposite effect because it will disqualify those who provide more than 40 percent of the WHP
services statewide. Ex. B. The Rule is, thus, not in harmony with WHP’s express purpose.
Second, the Rule is at odds with the statutory context of Section 32.024(c-1), the 2011
statute requiring HHSC to ensure that “money spent” for the demonstration project is “not used
to perform or promote abortion.” See City of San Antonio v. City of Boerne, 111 S.W.3d 22, 25
(Tex. 2003) (“We determine legislative intent from the entire act and not just its isolated
portions.”). The Texas Legislature required WHP to be conducted “through the medical
assistance program,” Tex. Hum. Res. Code §32.0248(a), the purpose of which is “to enable the
state to provide medical assistance on behalf of needy individuals and to enable the state to
obtain all benefits for those persons authorized under the Social Security Act or any other
federal act.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.001 (emphasis added). But, as explained in Section

5
The 2011 WHP statute incorporates this purpose by reference to the 2005 statute. Tex. Hum.
Res. Code § 32.024(c-1) (“money spent for purposes of the demonstration project for women’s
health care services under former Section 32.0248 ... or a similar successor program …”).
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II.A., supra, rather than enabling the State to obtain federal benefits, the Rule is causing the State
to lose those benefits, as CMS has clearly stated that federal funds are not available for WHP if
the Rule is enforced. HHSC’s actions are not in conformity with Texas law in this way as well.
Third, HHSC erred in its belief that the Rule’s definitions “conform to the apparent
legislative intent of the statute.” 37 Tex. Reg. 1696 (Mar. 9, 2012). Under Texas law, legislative
intent is determined using a “text-centric” model. Ojo v. Farmers Grp., Inc., 356 S.W.3d 421,
435 (Tex. 2011) (Jefferson, C.J., concurring). That means seeking legislative intent “first and
foremost” in the statutory text. Lexington Ins. Co. v. Strayhorn, 209 S.W.3d 83, 85 (Tex. 2006).
A court shall presume that “compliance with the constitutions of this state and the United States
is intended,” the “entire statute is intended to be effective,” “a just and reasonable result is
intended,” and “a result feasible of execution is intended.” Tex. Gov’t Code § 311.021. The
statute instructs HHSC, while maintaining federal funding, to “ensure the money spent” for
WHP is not used to “contract with entities that ... affiliate with entities that perform or promote
elective abortion.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.0248. It could have done this by maintaining the
arrangement under which it had been operating since WHP’s inception. There was no legislative
directive for HHSC to adopt the extremely broad definitions that it chose.
Finally, perhaps the clearest evidence that HHSC’s interpretation of Section 32.024(c-1)
exceeded its authority is that the Rule has the effect of rendering that Section inoperative. The
Legislature has provided very explicit rules of construction for all of Chapter 32, which includes
Section 32.024(c-1), that state that “[i]f a provision of this chapter conflicts with a provision of
the Social Security Act or any other federal act and renders the state program out of conformity
with federal law to the extent that federal matching money is not available to the state, the
conflicting provision of state law shall be inoperative.” Tex. Hum. Res. Code § 32.002(b).
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Here, CMS has been clear that the Rule renders WHP out of conformity with federal law and that
federal matching money will, therefore, not be available. HHSC cannot have been acting within
its authority in adopting a rule pursuant to a statute in a way that will render that statute
inoperative. Therefore, Plaintiffs are likely also to succeed on their claim that HHSC exceeded
its statutory authority under Texas law in adopting the Rule.
C. The Rule Will Irreparably Harm Plaintiffs and the Women of Texas.
Unless enjoined, the Rule will irreparably harm Plaintiffs and the women, men, and teens
of Texas they serve. First and foremost, as demonstrated above, the Rule violates Plaintiffs’
constitutional rights, which itself constitutes irreparable harm. See, e.g., Ingebretsen v. Jackson
Pub. Sch. Dist., 88 F.3d 274, 280 (5th Cir. 1996) (“Loss of First Amendment freedoms, even for
minimal periods of time, constitute irreparable injury.” (citing Elrod v. Burns, 427 U.S. 347, 373
(1976)); Murillo v. Musegades, 809 F. Supp. 487, 497 (W.D. Tex. 1992) (“Irreparable injury is
established upon movants showing constitutionally protected rights have been violated.”).
Further, as nonprofit health care providers dedicated to serving low-income communities,
Plaintiffs depend on public funding, and as explained in Section II.C., supra, loss of WHP funds
will severely impact their operating budgets, causing them to reduce services, lay off employees,
and/or close clinics. Once Plaintiffs take these actions, it would be very expensive, if not
impossible, to resume operations as they are today. See, e.g., Haskell ¶11 (Ex. K); Gonzales ¶9
(Ex. J). And, as is explained in Section II.C., supra, the Rule will impair the health of not only
their WHP patients, but all of the Texans who rely on them for preventive health care. This
Court already recognized that these very harms constitute irreparable injury. Sanchez, 280 F.
Supp. 2d at 610; see also Planned Parenthood of Kan. & Mid-Mo., 799 F. Supp. 2d at 1235
(finding irreparable injury where “[i]n the absence of [government] funding, Planned Parenthood
will be required to either increase its charges to clients, fire employees, close one or more of its
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health centers, or engage in some combination of these responses”); Planned Parenthood of Ind.,
Inc. v. Comm’r of Ind. State Dep’t of Health, 794 F. Supp. 2d 892, 912-913 (S.D. Ind. 2011)
(prohibition on contracting with abortion providers would irreparably harm Planned Parenthood
because it would have to close clinics, make layoffs, and cease providing Medicaid services,
causing “thousands of patients [to] lose their healthcare provider of choice”).
D. The Threatened Injury Outweighs Any Harm to Defendant and an
Injunction Will Serve the Public Interest.
HHSC cannot claim that it or the State will be harmed by the issuance of a preliminary
injunction which merely maintains the status quo, allowing WHP to operate as it has since its
inception and without any disruption to the more than 103,000 Texas women who depend on it
for preventive health services. Indeed, the injunction will have at least two important benefits to
the State. First, it will allow WHP to continue to be funded 90 percent by the federal
government, which CMS has stated it is willing to do so long as the Rule is not enforced.
Second, maintaining access to all WHP providers will reduce the State’s overall healthcare costs
because the services available through WHP save money. Ex. C (in 2009, WHP saved more than
$46 million by preventing pregnancies that would have resulted in Medicaid-covered births in
2009; the State’s share of those savings, after WHP expenditures, was almost $20 million in
general revenue).
Finally, as this Court has recognized, “[t]he public interest will be served by protection of
Plaintiffs’ constitutional rights.” Murillo, 809 F. Supp. at 497. It also serves the public interest
to avoid “a reduction in family planning services.” Sanchez, 280 F. Supp. 2d at 611; see also
Planned Parenthood of Kan. & Mid-Mo., 799 F. Supp. 2d at 1236 (“The public interest is
advanced by allowing family planning services to be provided in a manner consistent with
uniform local history, avoiding disruptions in the provision of such services.”).
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IV. CONCLUSION
For all the foregoing reasons, Plaintiffs respectfully submit that this Court grant
Plaintiffs’ motion for preliminary injunctive relief.
V. CERTIFICATE OF NOTICE AND REQUEST FOR HEARING
Plaintiffs respectfully request a hearing on their motion for preliminary injunctive relief
at the Court’s earliest convenience, in order to provide sufficient time to rule before April 30,
2012. Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 65(b) and Local Rule CV-7, the undersigned certifies that
Plaintiffs, through their counsel, have called the Office of the Texas Attorney General to provide
notice of, and have delivered, Plaintiffs’ Complaint and Motion for Preliminary Injunction and
Memorandum in Support Thereof. Plaintiffs will immediately withdraw the Motion for
Preliminary Injunction and notify the Court if an agreement can be reached regarding the relief
requested in the Motion.
DATED: April 11, 2012
Respectfully submitted,
/s/ P.M. Schenkkan ____________
P.M. Schenkkan
State Bar No. 17741500
Susan G. Conway
State Bar No. 04716200
Matthew B. Baumgartner
State Bar No. 24062605
GRAVES, DOUGHERTY, HEARON
& MOODY, P.C.
401 Congress Avenue, Suite 2200
Austin, Texas 78701-3744
(512) 480-5673
pschenkkan@gdhm.com
sconway@gdhm.com
mbaumgartner@gdhm.com
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Roger K. Evans
*
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
434 W. 33rd Street
New York, N.Y. 10001
(212) 541-7800
roger.evans@ppfa.org
Helene T. Krasnoff
*
Carrie Y. Flaxman
*
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 973-4800
helene.krasnoff@ppfa.org
carrie.flaxman@ppfa.org
ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFFS
*
Application for admission pro hac vice forthcoming
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I hereby certify that on this, the 11th day of April, 2012, I served, via hand delivery in
accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P. 5(b), the foregoing Motion for Preliminary Injunction and
Memorandum of Law in Support Thereof, the following:
Office of the Texas Attorney General
300 W. 15
th
Street
Austin, Texas 78701
Attorneys for Defendant Thomas M. Sues
/s/ P.M. Schenkkan ____________
P.M. Schenkkan
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
AUSTIN DIVISION
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN §
FAMILY PLANNING, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION §
OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF §
LUBBOCK, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CAMERON §
AND WILLACY COUNTIES, §
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN § CIVIL CASE NO. 1:12-CV-00322
ANTONIO, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS, §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST, INC., §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH §
TEXAS, INC., and §
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC. §
PLAINTIFFS, §
§
VS. §
§
THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner, §
Texas Health and Human Services Commission, §
in his official capacity, §
DEFENDANT. §
APPENDIX TO PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
APPENDIX
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Summary of Facts in Compliance with Local Rule CV-7
Ex. A: Texas Affiliate Rule, 1 TEX. ADMIN. CODE §§ 354.1361-64.
Ex. B: Texas HHSC Women’s Health Program Summary of Clients, Claims & Cost, by
Provider, 2007-2010
Ex. C: Texas HHSC Rider 64 Report (August 2011)
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Ex. D: Letter from HHSC Executive Commissioner Albert Hawkins to Texas Senator
Robert F. Deuell, M.D. (Feb. 4, 2009)
Ex. E: Letter from Texas Medicaid & Women’s Healthcare Partnership to Medicaid
WHP Providers (Mar. 15, 2012)
Ex. F: Letter from CMS Director Cindy Mann to HHSC Associate Commissioner for
Medicaid and CHIP Billy Millwee (Dec. 12, 2011)
Ex. G: Letter from CMS Director Cindy Mann to HHSC Associate Commissioner for
Medicaid and CHIP Billy Millwee (Mar. 15, 2012)
Ex. H: Letter from Texas Governor Rick Perry to HHSC Executive Commissioner
Thomas Suehs (March 8, 2012)
Ex. I: Declaration of Ken Lambrecht
Ex. J: Declaration of Patricio Gonzales
Ex. K: Declaration of Tara Haskell
Ex. L: Declaration of Karen Hildebrand
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
20/20 VISION CARE INC HIDALGO 1 2 $50
4 C'S CLINIC-GALVESTON GALVESTON 32 32 $4,392
4 C'S CLINIC-TEXAS CITY GALVESTON 39 39 $5,352
A A A VISION NOW PA BEXAR 1 1 $62
A HEALTH SPECIALIST FOR HER PA CAMERON 5 6 $784
ABILENE-TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 218 433 $24,677
ACADEMIC INSTITUTE OF HARRIS 1 1 $15
ACCUTOX INC JEFFERSON 1 1 $10
ACHIEVEMENT MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HARRIS 1 1 $9
ACOSTA CORRAL, MANUEL EL PASO 2 3 $647
ACS PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS SOUTHWEST PA BEXAR 2 2 $116
ADESOMO, ADEBAYO J HARRIS 1 1 $86
ADOLFO A ALDAPE MD ,PA-ADOLFO A ALDAPE MD PA WEBB 1 1 $29
ADVANCED OB/GYN CARE OF SOUTH TEXAS ATASCOSA 1 2 $517
AGUIRRE BURGOS, JESUS I WEBB 1 1 $209
AGUIRRE FAMILY CARE CLINIC PA LEON 1 1 $29
AHMAD, SALMAN FLOYD 1 2 $85
AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY-AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTMCLENNAN 3 3 $167
ALAMBAR, EFREM S LUBBOCK 1 1 $69
ALANIZ, JOHN M HARRIS 1 2 $77
ALBERTO D. DURAN , MD , PA-ALBERTO D. DURAN MD,PA HIDALGO 4 6 $194
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA STARR 7 9 $503
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA-FRANCIS ALBERTO MD HIDALGO 4 5 $201
ALBRITTON, LAMAR J BEXAR 3 4 $630
ALECOZAY, ABRAHAM A BEXAR 13 16 $1,901
ALEJANDRO A TEY MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $8
ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD PA-ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD JIM WELLS 2 2 $100
ALEXANDER P SUDARSHAN MD-VISTA OPTICAL HIDALGO 1 1 $33
ALEXANDER P SUDARSHAN- HIDALGO 1 2 $104
ALFREDO LOPEZ JR MD PA HIDALGO 1 4 $88
ALINDADA, JULIANA B SHELBY 3 3 $298
ALLEN MCKINNEY SHERMAN WOMENS CARE AND CONTINENCE- GRAYSON 1 2 $56
ALLERGY PRACTICE CONSULTING GROUP INC HIDALGO 2 2 $176
ALLIANCE OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC-OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC DENTON 3 5 $1,044
ALNAJJAR, MOHAMMED R EL PASO 1 1 $86
ALPINE FAMILY HEALTH CARES SERVICES LLP-ALPINE FAMILY HEALTHBREWSTER 3 3 $170
ALPINE MEDICAL CENTER BREWSTER 6 6 $290
ALUKAL, JOHN K BEXAR 2 2 $171
ALWAYS BEST CARE MEDICAL CENTER-ALWAYS BEST CARE MEDICA DALLAS 1 1 $32
AMARILLO MEDICAL SPECIALISTS POTTER 1 1 $29
AMARO, MICHAEL A FORT BEND 1 1 $120
AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE TRAVIS 2 2 $300
AMERICAN RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS PLLC DALLAS 1 1 $22
AMERICAN REGIONAL HEALTH CTR VICTORIA 1 1 $57
AMERIPATH 5.01 (A) CORPORATION DALLAS 1 1 $80
AMERIPATH TEXAS INC DALLAS 1 1 $24
AMOAH-HONNY, YAA HARRIS 1 1 $29
ANA L SALINAS-HAMMOND VISION CENTER HIDALGO 2 2 $151
ANATOMICAL MEDICAL LABORATOR DENTON 3 3 $108
ANDERSON EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PA ANDERSON 1 1 $28
ANDREWS CITY-COUNTY HEALTH ANDREWS 13 13 $1,049
ANDREWS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICALANDREWS 2 3 $8,193
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
ANDROS ANDREJEWSKA, WIESLANA BEXAR 1 2 $202
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF DALLAS-ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTSODALLAS 1 1 $149
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF FREDERICKSBURG-ANESTHESIA CONSGILLESPIE 1 1 $172
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF LONGVIEW- GREGG 3 3 $733
ANTONIO SOEGAARD-TORRES, MD,PA EL PASO 2 2 $308
ARTEX MEDICAL, INC BOWIE 1 3 $297
ASGHARIAN, ROBERT B EL PASO 2 4 $176
ASHLEY PEDIATRIC DAY AND NIGHT CLINIC HIDALGO 1 2 $104
ASUMUGHA, KINGSLEY N HARRIS 4 9 $975
ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER, INC- ATASCOSA 46 46 $6,440
ATASCOSA VISION SOURCE PA ATASCOSA 2 2 $101
AUN, JOSE EL PASO 1 1 $73
AUSTIN ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP TRAVIS 2 4 $643
AUSTIN MINOR EMERGENCY CLINC TRAVIS 1 1 $47
AUSTIN RADIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION-AUSTIN RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATETRAVIS 2 2 $95
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC P A TRAVIS 14 21 $1,370
AUSTIN TRAVIS COUNTY MHMR CENTER-AUSTIN-TRAVIS COUNTY MH MTRAVIS 1 1 $41
AUSTIN, CHARLES I HIDALGO 1 1 $47
BABB, FRANKLYN C HOCKLEY 1 1 $48
BACA, AMERICO M HIDALGO 2 4 $233
BAILEY, MICHAEL G HOCKLEY 1 1 $585
BALLI, EDWARD A GUADALUPE 1 1 $69
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-MEMORIAL HERMANN BAPJEFFERSON 1 2 $177
BAPTIST ST ANTHONYS HOSPITAL CORPORATION-BAPTIST ST ANTHONPOTTER 4 4 $759
BARRERA, ROSENDO A CAMERON 1 1 $43
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY BEXAR 5 5 $597
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY-ELLA AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER BEXAR 226 355 $14,332
BARRY W FLANDERS W MD PA- UVALDE 1 2 $19
BASIN ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL ECTOR 1 1 $74
BASORA, MANUEL H WILBARGER 1 1 $31
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE-DEPT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLHARRIS 1 1 $488
BAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-SEYMOUR HOSPITAL RURALHEABAYLOR 55 93 $5,828
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 356 511 $32,357
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - BEN TAUB HARRIS 1 2 $140
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - CULLEN HARRIS 2 2 $156
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - LBJ HARRIS 1 1 $90
BCS FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC BRAZOS 4 6 $300
BEHARA, VENKATARA HIDALGO 1 1 $29
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT- BELL 253 480 $28,888
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KILLEEN SUB OFFICE OF BEL BELL 287 545 $35,852
BELLAIRE GESSNER MEDICAL CLI HARRIS 1 1 $54
BELLAIRE OPTOMETRY CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $76
BENAVIDES, ENRIQUE F WEBB 1 1 $47
BENAVIDES, HENRY A CAMERON 1 2 $66
BENTLY JAMES A MD PA DALLAS 1 4 $450
BERTHA L MEDINA MD PA HIDALGO 3 4 $311
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST BEXAR 201 408 $39,961
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 5 5 $276
BHARKSUWAN, SAMUEL HARRIS 1 1 $77
BICH NGUYEN MD PA- HARRIS 1 1 $47
BIOCOM CLINICAL LABORATORIES HIDALGO 13 16 $925
BLACK, JACK D JEFFERSON 1 1 $71
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
BLANCO REGIONAL CLINIC PA-WEAVER JD MD BLANCO 1 1 $19
BLANCO-QUANT, RONALD E HIDALGO 3 3 $166
BLUEBONNET FAMILY CARE TOM GREEN 1 1 $57
BOND FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC LIMESTONE 2 2 $159
BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CNTR-BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH C FANNIN 73 73 $8,995
BOONE, LINDA J ORANGE 1 1 $48
BOONE, RAYMOND D CHEROKEE 1 1 $68
BORDER REGION MHMR COMMUNITY-BORDER REGIONMHMR COMMUNWEBB 2 2 $37
BRAZOS FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOC-BRAZOS FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOC BRAZOS 1 2 $96
BRAZOS MATERNAL & CHIL HLTH-BRAZOS MATERNAL AND CHILD BRAZOS 2 3 $92
BRAZOS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 8 9 $378
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BREWASHINGTON 37 67 $3,927
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BRYBRAZOS 3 4 $189
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN HEAROBERTSON 9 9 $434
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN JEWETLEON 42 73 $4,026
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN NAVASGRIMES 8 9 $420
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-GRIMES COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTHGRIMES 21 21 $3,194
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-BRYAN COLLEGE SBRAZOS 111 112 $16,987
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-ROBERTSON COUNROBERTSON 22 22 $3,328
BRENHAM CLINIC ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON 10 10 $251
BRION A GLUCK MD PA EL PASO 1 2 $135
BRITO, SONIA A HIDALGO 1 3 $122
BROWN AND ASSOCIATES MEDICAL LAB LLP-BROWN AND ASSOC MEDHARRIS 1 1 $68
BROWN, JACQUELIN E HARRIS 1 1 $69
BROWNFIELD REGIONAL MED CTR TERRY 1 1 $26
BROWNSVILLE ADVANCED MEDICAL IMAGING LP CAMERON 1 1 $47
BROWNSVILLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOC CAMERON 2 2 $92
BROWNSVILLE WOMENS CLINIC CAMERON 3 4 $211
BROWNWOOD SPECIALTY GROUP BROWN 1 4 $123
BULLOCK, GERALD L MONTGOMERY 2 2 $599
BURD, RHONDA J ERATH 14 14 $861
BURGETTE, PHILLIP L OUT OF STATE 3 5 $182
BURK, CHARLES R CHEROKEE 4 5 $711
C GRUESBECK/FD CRUZ MD PA BEXAR 3 4 $265
C LYNN ANDERSON JR MD PA-VALLEY DAY AND NIGHT CLINIC CAMERON 1 1 $56
CACST COMMUNITY HEALTH CTR-RIO GRAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINSTARR 6 6 $221
CACST COMMUNITY HEALTH CTR-ZAPATA FAMILY CLINIC STARR 2 2 $101
CALVARY MEDICAL PA LIBERTY 2 2 $109
CAMERON COUNTY HEALTH-CAMERON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEACAMERON 86 133 $7,399
CAMPOS, JUAN M HIDALGO 1 7 $369
CANALES, ERASTO HIDALGO 2 7 $1,803
CANALES, RICARDO HIDALGO 5 9 $408
CANDELARIA MEDICAL EL PASO 1 2 $134
CAPITOL EMERGENCY ASSOCIATES PA-CAPITOL EMERGENCY ASSOC TRAVIS 2 2 $127
CARDENAS, RICHARD K PARKER 1 1 $29
CARDIOLOGY CONSULTANTS OF TEXAS LLP-CARDIOLOGY CONSULTANDALLAS 1 2 $801
CARDIOLOGY CONSULTANTS OF TEXAS LLP-CARDIOLOGY CONSULTANDALLAS 1 1 $115
CARE FOR WOMEN HARRIS 3 4 $274
CARING CENTER FOR WOMENPA-CARING CENTERFOR WOMENPA HAYS 1 1 $47
CARIS DIAGNOSTICS INC DALLAS 1 1 $59
CARLOS H LOUBRIEL MD PA EL PASO 4 5 $242
CARLOS HERNANDEZ MD PA-SOUTHWESTERN WOMENS CLINIC MAVERICK 1 3 $165
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
CAROLE WARD FNP C PC-THE CLINIC FOR FAMILY WELLNESS HALL 1 1 $48
CASTILLO, LUIS O DALLAS 3 3 $142
CAVAZOS, ANTONIO BEXAR 1 1 $57
CAWLEY, JAMES E YOUNG 2 2 $68
CENTER FOR DISEASE DETECTION-CENTER FOR DISEASE DETE BEXAR 4,551 6,804 $247,870
CENTER FOR MEDICAL GENETICS PLLC-KATHERINE H THOMAS HARRIS 1 1 $12
CENTRAL AMBULANCE SERVICE HUNT 1 1 $140
CENTRAL RIVER HEALTHCARE GROUP PLLC TRAVIS 1 1 $84
CENTRAL TEXAS OB GYN TRAVIS 1 2 $56
CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY LAB PA-CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY MCLENNAN 32 36 $1,258
CENTRAL TEXAS WOMENS CLINIC PA BROWN 4 10 $948
CENTRAL WOMENS HEALTH CARE BEXAR 14 19 $1,480
CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR LA EL PASO 7 8 $1,387
CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR LA-CENTRO DE SAULD FAMILIAR LE EL PASO 1 2 $302
CEPEDA, ALBERTO HIDALGO 2 2 $103
CERTIFIED 6/6OPTICIANS INC ECTOR 1 1 $33
CHADWICK, TUESDAY L LAMAR 1 1 $68
CHANDLER, JAMES M BEE 3 3 $150
CHANG, CHIN-JUEI KAUFMAN 1 1 $96
CHAPMAN, MICA D MONTGOMERY 5 8 $925
CHAPPELL JOYCE PATHOLOGY BOWIE 5 5 $122
CHARLES A ODOM PC- WEBB 1 1 $118
CHAVEZ, ANTHONY HARRIS 5 5 $296
CHAVEZ, JORGE A BEXAR 4 5 $199
CHCA BAYSHORE LP-BAYSHORE MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 1 2 $2,433
CHEROKEE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT CHEROKEE 158 384 $26,218
CHEROKEE EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA CHEROKEE 5 5 $187
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REG MED CTR ANESTH CHILDRESS 1 2 $135
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTCHILDRESS 5 6 $391
CHOUMAROV, GEORGE ECTOR 3 3 $147
CHRISTIAN, LEWIS S UVALDE 1 1 $35
CHRISTUS JASPER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-CHRISTUS JASPER MEMORIAJASPER 1 1 $32
CHRISTUS SANTA ROSA BEXAR 2 2 $119
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOHN NUECES 2 2 $520
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOHN KLEBERG 1 1 $272
CISNEROS, JOSE S CAMERON 4 4 $182
CITY OF AUSTIN TRAVIS 27 33 $4,364
CITY OF EL PASO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH EL PASO 8 16 $787
CITY OF EL PASO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH-CITY OF EL PASO- EL PASO 3 3 $36
CITY OF GARLAND-GARLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT AMB DALLAS 1 1 $155
CITY OF HOUSTON FIRE DEPT HARRIS 1 1 $217
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 6 6 $84
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LA NUEVA CASA DE AMIGOS HARRIS 4 4 $200
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LYONS HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 4 4 $303
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-MAGNOLIA HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 8 8 $546
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-NORTHSIDE HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 5 7 $677
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-RIVERSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $40
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-SUNNYSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 3 3 $200
CITY OF KILLEEN FIRE DEPT BELL 1 1 $172
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPART WEBB 6 9 $437
CITY OF MINERAL WELLS AMB DI PALO PINTO 1 1 $162
CITY OF SAN ANGELO TEXAS TOM GREEN 1 1 $0
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-EASTSIDE BRANCH CBEXAR 36 41 $3,219
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-KENWOOD CLINIC BEXAR 15 21 $1,929
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-OLD HIGHWAY 90 CL BEXAR 150 242 $18,968
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-PECAN VALLEY CLIN BEXAR 50 82 $7,134
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-RICHARDO SALINAS BEXAR 1 1 $42
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-SAN ANTONIO METROBEXAR 153 294 $25,147
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-SOUTH FLORES CLINBEXAR 59 88 $6,720
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-SOUTHWEST BRANC BEXAR 105 186 $16,182
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-WESTEND CLINIC BEXAR 244 457 $43,716
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-ZARZAMORA CLINIC BEXAR 81 127 $8,645
CLARK, GLORIA M EL PASO 2 2 $148
CLEBURNE OBSTERICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOCIATES-CLEBURNE OJOHNSON 1 1 $69
CLEVELAND EMERGENCY GROUP PA LIBERTY 1 1 $28
CLIFTON E WILKERSON MD PA LAMAR 4 4 $564
CLINICA HISPANA HARRIS 1 1 $80
CLINICAL PARTNERS PA NUECES 3 4 $634
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY ASSOC-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY CONSULTAN TAYLOR 46 46 $1,440
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LAB INC TRAVIS 118 172 $8,497
CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS WICHITA 5 8 $789
COASTAL BEND WOMENS CENTER NUECES 21 47 $4,082
COLLINS, JANICE M TARRANT 3 3 $249
COLUMBIA MEDICAL CENTER OF PLANO LP-MEDICAL CENTER OF PLANCOLLIN 1 1 $421
COLUMBIA RIO GRANDE HEALTHCARE LP-RIO GRANDE REGIONAL HOSHIDALGO 2 2 $359
COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL-COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL MED CAMERON 2 2 $1,074
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER JIM WELLS 27 39 $6,449
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ELGIN COBASTROP 162 255 $16,862
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-LOCKHARCALDWELL 119 201 $10,664
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-MLK COMHAYS 132 221 $10,477
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ROUND RWILLIAMSON 80 101 $5,050
COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS INC-FLORESVILLE FWILSON 70 173 $7,189
COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS INC-KENEDY FAMILYKARNES 30 69 $2,640
COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS INC-SEGUIN FAMILYGUADALUPE 243 628 $27,526
COMMUNITY EMS INC MEDINA 1 1 $117
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC LUBBOCK 19 19 $2,860
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-PARKWAY COMMUNIT LUBBOCK 1 1 $151
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-COMMUNI GONZALES 35 35 $8,444
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-LULING COCALDWELL 20 27 $1,258
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TEXSMITH 475 483 $25,045
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TEXSMITH 269 506 $28,164
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-CANYON HEALTH CENTER REAL 5 5 $754
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-OUR HEALTH/NUESTRO CEN UVALDE 113 113 $17,045
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-ROLLING HILLS HEALTH REAL 2 2 $302
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC HUNT 201 201 $24,793
COMMUNITY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES BEXAR 1 1 $19
COMMUNITY MOTHER AND CHILD VICTORIA 21 26 $1,820
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-DEHARO SALDIVAR WOMEN'S HEALTDALLAS 76 95 $7,995
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-EAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALTH CENDALLAS 199 295 $25,994
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-GARLAND WOMENS HEALTH CENTERDALLAS 51 69 $6,248
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-MAPLE WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 99 131 $13,944
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-OAKWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTE DALLAS 236 372 $33,157
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-SOUTHEAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALDALLAS 80 97 $9,700
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES JASPER 13 23 $2,506
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
COMPREHENSIVE OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY OF GRANBURY- HOOD 2 6 $800
CORPUS CHRISTI EMERGENCY NUECES 1 1 $136
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY NUECES 458 564 $29,852
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY-CORPUS CHRISTI NUECES COUNTNUECES 365 776 $41,236
COSTELLO, JOHN J BASTROP 4 6 $242
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM-COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 1 1 $19
COVENANT MEDICAL GROUP LUBBOCK 2 2 $509
COX AND SOSA OD UVALDE 1 1 $69
CRANE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CRANE 1 1 $27
CREEL, NICHOLAS B BRAZORIA 3 4 $293
CRNA ASSOCIATES INC EL PASO 2 2 $408
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-BROWNWOOD COMMUNITY HEABROWN 1 1 $202
CTMF INC TRAVIS 6 6 $282
CUERO MEDICAL ASSOCIATES PA DEWITT 2 2 $94
CY FAIR COLUNTEER FIREDEPT HARRIS 1 1 $262
CYPRESS CREEK EMS ASSOCIATION-CYPRESS CREEK EMS ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $221
CYPRESS OB GYN HARRIS 2 3 $178
CYTO SPECIALTY LABORATORIES BEXAR 43 43 $1,540
CYTOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF HARRIS 1 1 $24
D DEBRA ROGERS MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $69
DAGOBERTO MARTINEZ MD PA-CLINICA SANTA MARIA CAMERON 61 165 $7,987
DALLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT DALLAS 58 60 $2,287
DALLAS OPHTHALMOLOGY CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $379
DALLAS OPHTHALMOLOGY CENTER-DALLAS OPHTHALMOLGY CTR INCDALLAS 1 1 $109
DANDONA, SUKLESH FORT BEND 1 2 $105
DANIELLE J JIMENEZ FLORES MD PA HIDALGO 2 2 $116
DANIELS, GAYLE Y TARRANT 1 1 $43
DARRYL C HARRIS MD PA JEFFERSON 6 6 $450
DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY HEALTH SERVICES OF AUSTIN-SETON MEDICTRAVIS 1 1 $57
DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY HEALTH SERVICES OF AUSTIN-SETON NORTTRAVIS 1 2 $417
DAVID C CHAMPION MD PA CAMERON 1 3 $78
DAVID R SCHECTER MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $62
DAVIS LANDING MRI & IMAGING LP STARR 1 1 $56
DAVIS, RANDALL K MIDLAND 1 2 $96
DCF-ABILENE PHYSICIAN GROUP TAYLOR 7 9 $1,374
DE LA GUARDIA, ALBERTO E NUECES 7 7 $1,093
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL MED DEAF SMITH 1 1 $95
DEAF SMITH GEN HOSP ER PHYS-DEAF SMITH GENERAL HOSP DEAF SMITH 1 1 $278
DEAN, FRANK T DALLAS 1 1 $8
DECATUR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER WISE 1 2 $535
DEL SOL MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 3 3 $841
DEL VALLE HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 3 3 $558
DELEON'S WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE CLINIC PA-DR DELEON'S WOMEN'S DALLAS 2 2 $118
DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES-LAB TRAVIS 45 48 $729
DESERT PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA EL PASO 2 2 $123
DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY-DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY ASSOCIA JEFFERSON 9 10 $366
DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF LONGVIEW PA-DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC LONGVIEW GREGG 1 4 $583
DIAGNOSTIC OUTPATIENT IMAGIN EL PASO 2 2 $71
DIGESTIVE HEALTH CLINIC OF EL PASO PA EL PASO 1 3 $374
DIONNE D OLIVER MD PA-TOTAL WOMENS HEALTH OF ORANGE ORANGE 7 10 $517
DO, HIEU T HARRIS 1 2 $180
DO, THUY T TRAVIS 1 1 $91
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
DOCTORS HOSPITAL AT RENAISSANCE LTD HIDALGO 9 11 $2,530
DOKA DAVID S MD PA-DOKA DAVID SMD PA EL PASO 1 1 $66
DONNA MEDICAL CLINIC PA HIDALGO 1 1 $33
DONNELL-KOWAL, JENIFER R HAYS 1 1 $12
DOUGHTIE, JAMES D HOPKINS 1 1 $54
DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA MD PA-DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA PA WEBB 1 1 $50
DR VICTOR RAMIREZ OPTOMETRIS EL PASO 7 7 $488
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP NUECES 1 1 $32
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP-DRISCOLL MAT NUECES 2 4 $257
DRS WAGNER & WAGNER PA-WAGNER LAVACA 1 1 $62
DUFF, DIANA S HARRIS 1 1 $32
DUTTON, WILLIAM A DALLAS 1 1 $570
DX INC MIDLAND 16 17 $598
DZUBEY, KENNETH C EL PASO 1 2 $76
EAST AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER-EAST AUSTIN CHC TRAVIS 13 13 $2,419
EAST TEXAS COMM HLTH SVC INC NACOGDOCHES 5 5 $728
EAST TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE ANDERSON 2 3 $264
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL ALLIANCE-FIRST MED CHOICE ANDERSON 1 1 $50
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER SMITH 103 115 $10,688
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE 1 1 $51
EAST TEXAS PATHOLOGY PA JEFFERSON 5 5 $122
EAST TEXAS RADIOLOGY CONS GREGG 2 3 $75
EAST TEXAS WOMENS CLINIC ANGELINA 1 1 $8
EDEN, MARK D GILLESPIE 1 1 $463
EDINBURG OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY HIDALGO 45 64 $6,298
EDUARDO O CAVEDA MD- JIM WELLS 1 1 $59
EDWARD LEE HOLT DO PA TAYLOR 1 1 $47
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO BEXAR 147 153 $21,415
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO-EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO INC BEXAR 5 5 $1,376
EL PASO COMMUNITY MHMR CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $38
EL PASO COMMUNITY MHMR CENTER-LIFE MANAGEMENT CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $28
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-RE THOMASON GENERAL HOSPEL PASO 1,275 2,015 $82,766
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 27 35 $5,210
EL PASO EAR NOSE AND THROAT ASSOCIATES INC-EL PASO ENT ASSOEL PASO 1 1 $61
EL PASO INTEGRATED PHYSICIAN EL PASO 2 8 $366
EL PASO ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY GROUP-EL PASO ORTHOPEDIC SURGEL PASO 3 3 $261
EL PASO PHYSICIAN GROUP, PA EL PASO 1 1 $47
EL PASO PRIMARY HEALTHCARE PHYSICIANS PA-EL PASO PRIMARY H EL PASO 1 1 $29
EL PASO SURGICAL ASSOCIATES EL PASO 1 2 $468
EL-ASFOURI, SOUHAIL A TRAVIS 1 1 $48
ELIAS PRIETO M MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $11
ELIUD ACEVEDO MD PLLC WEBB 3 4 $48
ELIZONDO, ROY J BEXAR 4 7 $920
ELLINGTON MEMORIAL CLINIC-ELLINGTON MEM CLINIC CASS 6 7 $313
ELLIOTT, RANDALL BEXAR 1 1 $76
ENDOSCOPY CENTER AT RIDGE PLAZA-ENDOSCOPY CENTER AT MEDPHIDALGO 1 2 $755
ENDOSCOPY CENTER OF ELPASO EL PASO 1 1 $386
ERAJ, UMMEED A HARRIS 1 1 $63
ERMIS, KEVIN L UVALDE 1 3 $102
EUGENE SCOTT MACKIE MD PA-EUGENE S MACKIE MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $47
EYEMART EXPRESS LTD WEBB 1 1 $33
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC-FCHC RUCKER CLINIC MCLENNAN 1 1 $56
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
FAMILY CARE AND MINOR EMERGENCY CENTER PA BEXAR 1 1 $14
FAMILY CARE CENTER PECOS 10 16 $1,026
FAMILY DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL CENTER HILL 5 5 $1,120
FAMILY FIRST MEDICAL CENTER PA- HIDALGO 1 1 $10
FAMILY FUTURES PA HARRIS 4 6 $364
FAMILY HEALTH CARE CLINIC DENTON 147 249 $13,316
FAMILY HEALTH CENTER LLP STARR 6 7 $508
FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC OF TEXOMA WICHITA 1 1 $48
FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC-FAMILY HEALTH CENTER ECTOR 2 2 $64
FAMILY MEDICAL & SPECIALTY STARR 1 1 $72
FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER DIMMIT 2 3 $210
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-BRUTON ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATIODALLAS 1 2 $59
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-SOUTHWEST DALLAS FAMILY MEDICAL ASSODALLAS 2 3 $104
FAMILY MEDICAL CTR OF MONAHANS WARD 1 2 $172
FAMILY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 2 3 $147
FAMILY MEDICINE RURAL HEALTH LAMPASAS 2 2 $58
FAMILY PLANING-TDH-FAMILY PLANING-DHS HARRIS 67 127 $5,951
FAMILY PLANING-TDH-FAMILY PLANNING-DHS CAMERON 524 966 $43,097
FAMILY PLANNING SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN 14 15 $766
FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER MCLENNAN 1 1 $9
FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTH-FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTH CHAMILTON 1 1 $105
FAMILY VISION CARE PC HIDALGO 1 1 $33
FAR NORTH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER- TRAVIS 3 3 $558
FARMERSVILLE MEDICAL CENTER COLLIN 29 29 $3,595
FATIH OZCELEBI MD PA- HIDALGO 1 3 $400
FAYETTE COUNTY EMERGENCY SER FAYETTE 1 1 $159
FEMALE SPECIALTY CARE INC DALLAS 4 6 $748
FERCOWICZ, ANDREW J ANGELINA 1 5 $125
FISH, DANIEL B ANDREWS 1 2 $97
FLORENCE, LEWIS HARRIS 2 2 $250
FLORES, AMADOR WEBB 1 1 $33
FLORES, GUADALUPE A HIDALGO 1 1 $43
FORT BEND COUNTY EMS FORT BEND 1 1 $182
FORT BEND FAMILY HEALTH CTR FORT BEND 36 39 $7,918
FORT BEND OB/GYN LLP FORT BEND 1 1 $47
FORT DAVIS FAMILY PRACTICE PA JEFF DAVIS 3 4 $185
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER MAVERICK 4 5 $3,408
FORT WORTH NORTHSIDE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER- TARRANT 1 2 $259
FOX CLINIC CHILDRESS 47 66 $3,026
FOX CLINIC-FOX RURAL HEALTH CLINIC CHILDRESS 1 3 $312
FREY, PATRICIA A HARRIS 6 7 $543
FRIGO, JANICE E POTTER 3 3 $70
FRIO HOSPITAL FRIO 1 1 $116
GALINDO, CONRADO G VAL VERDE 3 4 $295
GALO EYE CARE CENTERS VAL VERDE 1 1 $33
GARCIA, CARLOS M EL PASO 1 1 $29
GARCIA, JUAN M CAMERON 2 2 $96
GARCIA, LUIS M CAMERON 3 3 $29
GARCIA, LUIS R BEXAR 1 2 $58
GARCIA, RAUL G BEXAR 2 2 $94
GARCIA, SAMUEL T HIDALGO 2 3 $609
GARCIA-ARECHA, LUIS A BEXAR 2 4 $121
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
GARCIA-DAVALO, JOSE N WEBB 4 5 $544
GARFIELD MEDICAL CLINIC FRIO 2 5 $297
GARFIELD, HERBERT I LASALLE 1 2 $14
GARZA, PABLO G VICTORIA 1 1 $47
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-CENTRAL CLINIC WEBB 10 10 $345
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-THE GATEWAY COMMUNITY HWEBB 3 4 $684
GAYLE, ROSALYN A HARRIS 1 1 $62
GEORGE D HILLIARD MD PA- BEXAR 3 3 $205
GEORGE, CECIL R PECOS 2 2 $1,140
GHASSAN N FANOUS MD PA-GHASSAN FANOUS MD PA ECTOR 2 2 $65
GILL, CHRISTOPHER R CAMERON 1 1 $51
GLEN I FEINSTEIN MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $41
GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC ASSOC-GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC CASS 3 4 $182
GOLDEN PLAINS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CLINIC-GOLDEN PLAINS COHUTCHINSON 69 146 $9,732
GONZALEZ, AGUSTIN L DALLAS 1 1 $69
GONZALEZ, MARIA ELENA EL PASO 1 1 $29
GONZALEZ-DICKSON, JUAN J HIDALGO 7 8 $861
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CTR-GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 2 2 $125
GOPALAKRISHNAN, THANDAVAR HARRIS 1 1 $148
GOWEN ROSE M MD CAMERON 1 1 $11
GRACIA MEDICAL LLP-NIXON FAMILY PRACTICE AND OBSTETRICS GONZALES 1 1 $74
GRAND MEDICAL CLINIC POTTER 1 1 $29
GRAYSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPT GRAYSON 12 23 $1,411
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA HARRIS 2 2 $419
GREATER HOUSTON EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $51
GREATER ORANGE WOMEN'S CENTER ORANGE 1 2 $605
GREATER SAN ANTONIO EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PA BEXAR 2 2 $90
GREGGS, SHARON E DALLAS 1 1 $51
GREGORIS E NUNEZ MD PA HIDALGO 11 12 $1,030
GRETCHEN M VELASCO MD PA- HIDALGO 3 6 $140
GRIEGO, ENRIQUE J HIDALGO 2 5 $543
GUADALUPE VALLEY WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER PA GUADALUPE 10 11 $2,205
GUERRA, JOHN R HIDALGO 4 4 $269
GUILLIAMS, STEPHEN E HARRIS 3 5 $697
GUILLORY, DEREK W BEXAR 1 1 $28
GULF COAST HEALTH CENTER INC- JEFFERSON 3 3 $454
GULF IMAGING ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 1 3 $223
GURAV, RAMCHANDRA S BOWIE 1 2 $155
GUTIERREZ, J SANTIAGO WEBB 5 6 $378
GUTIERREZ, MARCO A HIDALGO 3 12 $429
GWOZDZ, JENNIFER HARRIS 1 1 $48
GYN PATH SERVICES INC EL PASO 2 3 $167
HADDAD, VICTOR HIDALGO 1 3 $797
HAECKLER, CHRISTOPHER R HOUSTON 5 6 $353
HAGAN IMAGING LLC EL PASO 2 2 $115
HAGEN, JEFF E BASTROP 5 8 $907
HALASWAMY, RAVI H JEFFERSON 1 1 $207
HALOW, GEORGE M EL PASO 1 4 $377
HAMMAMI IMAGING ASSO C HIDALGO 1 2 $96
HANSON, ROBERT E JEFFERSON 5 10 $1,405
HANY H AHMED MD PA HARRIS 4 8 $631
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSCCAMERON 1 1 $122
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCAMERON 1 1 $142
HARLINGEN OB-GYN ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 9 17 $1,984
HARLINGEN PHYSICIANS NETWORK INC-HARLINGEN PHYSICIANS NETWCAMERON 1 1 $48
HARPER, JAMES J ECTOR 1 1 $43
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 13 16 $826
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT- HARRIS 1 1 $85
HARRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HARRIS COUNTY HOSP DISTRICTHARRIS 3 7 $3,231
HARRIS, NORMAN ECTOR 2 2 $531
HAWKINS, KIMBERLY HARRIS 5 5 $235
HAWKINS, WILLIAM N JEFFERSON 17 26 $2,466
HAYS, BARRETT K BEXAR 2 3 $167
HAZEM EL ZUFARI MD PA-HAZEN EL ZUFARI MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $29
HAZRA, BARUN K FORT BEND 1 1 $38
HCHD FAMILY MEDICINE-HCHD COMMUNITY MEDICINE HARRIS 3 3 $82
HCHD GERIATRICS HARRIS 1 1 $81
HCHD INTERNAL MEDICINE HARRIS 1 2 $88
HCHD OB/GYN HARRIS 1 1 $11
HCHD OPHTHALMOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $62
HCHD RADIOLOGY HARRIS 2 2 $30
HEALTH TEXAS PROVIDER NETWORK-NORTH TEXAS HEALTH CARE ASDALLAS 1 1 $47
HEALTHY WOMAN, PA BEXAR 2 3 $213
HEART CLINIC, P.A.-HEART CLINIC PLLC HIDALGO 1 1 $41
HEART OF TEXAS COMMUNITY MCLENNAN 4 4 $651
HEART OF TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE PA BROWN 1 2 $85
HECTOR R VILLASENOR MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $340
HENDRICK MEDICAL CENTER TAYLOR 1 1 $56
HENRY J GREYNER-OPTICA LATINA FAMILIAR DALLAS 1 1 $33
HERMAN WHOLESALE OPTICAL INC CAMERON 1 1 $40
HERMANS OPTICAL-TRUE VISION OPTICAL CAMERON 1 1 $33
HERNANDEZ, ERNESTO BEXAR 5 8 $996
HIDALGO COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HIDALGO 116 209 $10,733
HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION-HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICAPOTTER 2 2 $33
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-CAMERON FAMMILAM 151 218 $18,828
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-COPPERAS CO CORYELL 279 521 $28,488
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HILLSBORO FA HILL 114 179 $11,581
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-SAN SABA FAMSAN SABA 67 89 $6,919
HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL-HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL HOSP GILLESPIE 71 98 $5,825
HILLCROFT MED CLINIC ASSN HARRIS 1 1 $61
HILLCROFT PHYSICIANS PA HARRIS 3 5 $254
HILLIARD, INGRID A BRAZORIA 1 1 $76
HILLIARD, ROBERT L BEXAR 1 1 $10
HINOJOSA, ALICIA BEXAR 1 1 $83
HIXSON, RONALD R MAVERICK 1 3 $210
HOBSON, DAVID W FORT BEND 5 9 $1,094
HOEFELMANN, RICHARD W PALO PINTO 1 1 $69
HOERSTER CLINIC LLANO 17 20 $994
HOFMANN, JAMES C HARRIS 1 1 $47
HOHENSTEIN, JACOBO Q HIDALGO 1 2 $66
HOLLOWAY, RUBY L JEFFERSON 1 1 $84
HOPE WOMENS CLINIC PA- FORT BEND 1 1 $51
HORD, MICHAEL TERRY 1 1 $47
HOUMAM AL-HAKEEM MD PA BEXAR 3 4 $101
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
HOUSTON EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA HOUSTON 4 5 $227
HOUSTON ENT CLINIC HARRIS 1 2 $117
HOUSTON METROPOLITAN HARRIS 1 1 $290
HOUSTON NORTHWEST MED CNTR-HOUSTON NORTHWEST MEDICAL CHARRIS 1 1 $525
HUTCHINSON COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-GOLDEN PLAINS COMMUN HUTCHINSON 1 1 $117
IK GUNDAI MD PA-IRWAN K GUNADI MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $72
IMTIAZ, FARHINA K HARRIS 1 1 $29
INSTITUTE FOR WOMENS HEALTH BEXAR 38 59 $2,529
IRVING COPPELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA DALLAS 3 3 $621
J E GRAHAM PA- MOORE 1 1 $48
J KIRKLAND GRANT MD DALLAS 3 3 $141
J SHANE RHOTON MD PA HUTCHINSON 1 1 $488
JACKSON, RALPH H HIDALGO 1 1 $76
JACOB S PLOTKIN MD PA-PLOTKIN JACOB SMDPA CAMERON 2 4 $127
JACOB TAL MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $693
JAFARIAN, ALI DALLAS 1 1 $47
JANES, LAURA A LAMAR 1 1 $79
JANOWITZ, DAVID H HARRIS 1 1 $20
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-BUNA CLINIC JASPER 47 79 $4,613
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-JASPER NEWTONJASPER 193 347 $19,909
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KIRBYVILLE CLINJASPER 57 94 $5,481
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-NEWTON CLINIC NEWTON 58 116 $6,383
JEARALD AND LINDA HEFLIN MD PA ERATH 1 1 $29
JEFFREY C KOMENDA MD COLLIN 1 1 $69
JEFFREYS, CHARLES A BEXAR 1 1 $29
JOHN G PREDDY DO RURAL UVALDE 1 1 $73
JOHNS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE HEALTH CENTER AT JOHNS COMMWILLIAMSON 3 3 $141
JOHNSON, JESSE B WILLIAMSON 2 2 $145
JOHOL C. CHAN DO- WEBB 4 6 $282
JONES, LILLIAN M BEXAR 1 1 $488
JORGE C ZAMORA-QUEZADA MD MPH PA-ARTHRITIS AND OSTEOPOROHIDALGO 3 17 $2,310
JOSE COHEN MD PA-VALLEY WOMENS CLINIC HARLINGEN PA CAMERON 4 5 $333
JOSE N GARCIA DAVALOS-JOSE N GARCIA-DAVALOS MD WEBB 2 2 $66
JOSE ROEL MALDONADO JR MD PA WEBB 1 2 $131
JOSE V. BONILLA MD AND ASSOC- BEXAR 5 10 $449
JT JS LLP-MCALLEN PRIMARY CARE CLINIC HIDALGO 2 7 $404
JUNE WILLIAMS COLMAN MD PA HARRIS 5 6 $288
KAPASI, MOSHIN BEXAR 6 6 $484
KARIMJEE, NAJMUDDIN K HARRIS 1 1 $48
KAUFMAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 59 59 $7,292
KAYWIN M CARTER MD ANGELINA 1 1 $3
KEITH I.G. SPOONER AND ASSOCIATES-KEITH I.G.SPOONER MD LIBERTY 2 2 $221
KELLUM FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 8 11 $1,747
KELLY, CONRAD F HARRIS 1 1 $38
KELLY, MARISE HARRIS 1 1 $29
KELLY, RICHARD J HOUSTON 2 2 $88
KEMPER, EDDIE P BELL 19 38 $2,504
KERR COUNTY OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA-KERR COUNTY OB/GYN ASSO KERR 2 2 $89
KEVIN R WADDELL MD PA JEFFERSON 1 1 $47
KIANI-KHOZANI, GHOLAM A HIDALGO 10 11 $629
KILLEEN FAMILY HEALTH AND URGENT CARE PA BELL 2 5 $191
KIMBERLY CARTER MD PA TRAVIS 2 2 $124
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
KING, CHARLES F HUNT 1 1 $19
KINGS DAUGHTERS CLINIC BELL 6 12 $393
KINGSVILLE CLINIC KLEBERG 1 1 $48
KIRBY, EDWARD E BURNET 1 1 $69
KISUCKY, PAUL J EL PASO 1 1 $175
KLENZ, MARY E HIDALGO 3 4 $328
KNAPP, WILLIAM B BEXAR 1 1 $43
KORHONEN, MATTI O HARRIS 2 2 $180
KRAMER, BRYAN L BROWN 1 1 $38
LA ESPERANZA CLINIC, INC-LA CLINIC ESPERANZA INC TOM GREEN 1 1 $164
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HARRIS 341 426 $18,812
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA-NATIONAL HEALTH LABORADALLAS 52 65 $2,015
LAGUNAS, YOLANDA EL PASO 1 1 $91
LANDRUM-CHESTER OB-GYN ASSOC HIDALGO 4 5 $771
LAREDO EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA-LAREDO EMERGENCWEBB 1 1 $69
LAREDO FAMILY PLANNING SVC WEBB 325 614 $32,013
LAREDO MATERNITY & GYNECOLOGY-LAREDO MATERNITY & GYNECO WEBB 2 2 $74
LAREDO MEDICAL CENTER WEBB 8 9 $853
LAREDO OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA- WEBB 1 1 $88
LAREDO PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA-LAREDO PATHOLOGY SERVICES PWEBB 1 1 $72
LAREDO URGENT CARE PA WEBB 1 1 $47
LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 2 2 $235
LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER-LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 2 2 $772
LEDOUX, LANCE L HAYS 3 4 $189
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES-MONTROSE CLINIC INC HARRIS 39 71 $3,843
LEHMANN, DEBORAH K TARRANT 1 1 $47
LEIBOLD, DAVID G BEXAR 1 1 $111
LEONARD, MICHAEL M HIDALGO 1 1 $63
LESTER, R ANTON SMITH 1 1 $34
LETREISE D WINKFIELD MD PA HIDALGO 1 4 $137
LHC FAMILY MEDICINE- LAMB 4 8 $266
LIBSON, DAVID S ECTOR 1 1 $40
LIFE AMBULANCE SERVICE EL PASO 2 2 $321
LIM, KIM L CAMERON 1 1 $43
LIRA, NOE NUECES 3 3 $150
LISA ROUSE MD PA KERR 1 1 $62
LOBAUGH, MARK BELL 1 5 $558
LOCKLEAR, MIKE L MILAM 1 1 $67
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 41 41 $5,977
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LSCC OB/GYN WILLIAMSON 7 7 $1,020
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-ROUND ROCK COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 9 9 $1,312
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEMONTGOMERY 7 8 $1,239
LONE STAR HMA LP-DALLAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $104
LONE STAR OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 12 14 $567
LONESTAR OPHTHALMOLOGY CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO PA BEXAR 1 1 $43
LONGVIEW MEDICAL CENTER LP-LONGVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTGREGG 2 3 $52
LONGVIEW SPECIALTY PHYSICIANS LLP GREGG 1 1 $47
LONGVIEW WELLNESS CENTER INC-WELLNESS POINTE GREGG 405 491 $36,453
LORD JR EDWARD A MD PA HARRIS 3 3 $111
LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS CDALLAS 1 1 $106
LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY COMM HIDALGO 1 1 $53
LUBBOCK DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY LUBBOCK 1 1 $23
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
LUEVANO, ALFONSO DIMMIT 1 2 $109
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST LYNN 27 48 $3,353
MADJITEY, GEORGE E HARRIS 1 2 $182
MAHAN, MILES E HARRIS 1 2 $153
MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC.-MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC GALVESTON 1 1 $21
MAJOR OPTICALVISION CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $33
MALDONADO, YASMINS S CAMERON 1 1 $66
MALLIK, SUBODH K PECOS 6 12 $465
MANOR HEALTH FACILITY-MANOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC TRAVIS 2 2 $372
MARADANI, SARITA TRAVIS 1 1 $76
MARCOS-FRAIGE, GUILLERMO A BEXAR 1 1 $86
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA- HIDALGO 5 9 $389
MARK L ELDORE MD PA-ATHENS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CENTER HENDERSON 9 11 $1,006
MARLEY, EUGENE W DALLAS 1 1 $43
MARRON, JOAQUIN BEXAR 1 1 $47
MARSHALL HEALTH SERVICES HARRISON 3 5 $256
MARSHALL, JUNE G HARRIS 2 2 $110
MARTIN, RAY M BROWN 2 2 $129
MARTINDALE, TIMITHY D MCLENNAN 1 2 $96
MARTINEZ, ENRIQUE A TRAVIS 1 1 $29
MARTINEZ, RAYMOND ECTOR 2 2 $95
MARTINEZ, TONY EL PASO 1 1 $86
MATAGORDA COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-MATAGORDA REGIONAL MEMATAGORDA 1 1 $267
MATHEWS, JESELLE A HIDALGO 3 3 $171
MATLOCK OB GYN ASSOC PA TARRANT 1 1 $86
MAVERICK COUNTY RURAL RADIOLOGIST PA-MAVERICK COUNTY RUR MAVERICK 1 1 $25
MAXIE C. SPROTT II, MD PA JEFFERSON 8 12 $1,087
MAYO, DAWN G BEXAR 2 2 $58
MCALLEN ADVANCED MEDICAL IMAGING LLC HIDALGO 5 5 $262
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA-MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONHIDALGO 2 2 $301
MCALLEN FAMILY CARE CLINIC HIDALGO 2 3 $133
MCALLEN HOSPITALS LP-MCALLEN MEDICAL HEART HOSPITAL HIDALGO 2 4 $592
MCALLEN NORTH IMAGING INC HIDALGO 1 1 $43
MCALLEN PATHOLOGY ASSOC HIDALGO 1 1 $16
MCCAIN, STEFANIE B TAYLOR 4 5 $330
MCQUILLIN, PAMELA A ECTOR 1 1 $496
MED CARE EMERGENCY MEDICAL HIDALGO 3 3 $406
MED CURE PRIMARY CARE PHYSIC HARRIS 4 5 $180
MEDCARE ASSOCIATES PA MEDINA 1 1 $29
MEDICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $131
MEDICAL CENTER OPHTHALMOLOGY BEXAR 1 2 $76
MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO MEDINA 1 1 $48
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES LLC OUT OF STATE 1 1 $95
MEDICAL IMAGING CONSULTANTS-MEDICAL IMAGING CONSULTANTS, LGREGG 1 1 $31
MEDICAL IMAGING DIAGNOSTIC ASSOCIATES-MEDICAL IMAGING DIAGNNUECES 1 2 $31
MEDICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES BEXAR 22 35 $2,669
MEDSTAR TARRANT 1 1 $195
MEHTA, VIRENDRAK D WICHITA 2 2 $80
MELENDEZ, GILBERTO BEXAR 2 3 $616
MELINDA J HISCOCK MD PA-MELINDA J HISCOCK MS PA GRAY 1 1 $585
MEMORIAL FAMILY PRACTICE CTR FORT BEND 2 2 $142
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MHHS KATY HOSPITAL HARRIS 1 1 $1,949
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NACOGDOCHES 3 3 $344
MEMORIAL RADIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $36
MENDOZA, JOE EL PASO 2 2 $37
MENN, NONA D D SAN PATRICIO 6 11 $1,997
MERCADO, LUIS S CAMERON 2 3 $551
METHODIST HOSPITAL BEXAR 3 3 $282
METHODIST HOSPITAL LEVELLAND INC-COVENANT HOSPITAL LEVELLAHOCKLEY 1 1 $25
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $180
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER-METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $10
METROPLEX ADVENTIST HOSPITAL INC-METROPLEX HOSPITAL BELL 1 1 $63
METROPLUS OB GYN HARRIS 4 4 $449
MEZA, BERTHA A VAL VERDE 7 20 $773
MICHAEL A FLORES MD PA HIDALGO 1 2 $91
MICHAEL D WILLIAMS MD PA POTTER 2 3 $107
MICHAEL D. GARCIA , MD, PA-MICHAEL D GARCIA MD PA BEXAR 8 11 $376
MICHAEL TUAN PHAM & ASSOCIATES, INC- HARRIS 1 1 $76
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES- MIDLAND 18 18 $2,411
MIDLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MIDLAND 3 3 $540
MIDLAND PATHOLOGISTS PA-MIDLAND PATHOLOGISTS P.A. MIDLAND 1 1 $72
MIDLAND VISION HEALTH SERVIC MIDLAND 1 2 $80
MIDLAND WOMENS CLINIC PA MIDLAND 1 1 $69
MIDTOWN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 1 1 $47
MIDTOWN DOCTORS GROUP PA HARRIS 1 1 $29
MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNING INC-MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNINGINC BROWN 3 7 $390
MIGUEL, BRENO L HARRIS 1 1 $8
MIHIA SATURDAY PRENATAL ECTOR 156 267 $19,859
MILLENNIUM WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HARRIS 2 2 $56
MIRELES QUINT, RUY HIDALGO 2 8 $643
MISSION HOSPITAL INC-MISSION REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 1 2 $514
MITCHELL B HUGHSTON MD CAMERON 2 3 $42
MOLINA, MIGDALIA BEXAR 1 1 $69
MOLLAND, JOHN R ECTOR 1 1 $74
MONDINI, GREGORY F HENDERSON 4 4 $223
MONTALVO, JUAN F WEBB 5 5 $924
MONTANEZ, GUILLERMO L HIDALGO 4 6 $280
MONZER H YAZJI MD & ASSOCIATES-MONZER H YAZJI MD AND ASSOCI HIDALGO 2 3 $433
MOREANO, WALTER F HARRIS 2 2 $123
MORTON L RUBIN DO PA-TOTAL CARE MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $48
MOSES, CHARLES R JEFFERSON 2 2 $100
MOTHER FRANCES HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE 4 5 $488
MPL, INC- GREGG 4 4 $97
MT ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC RUSK 1 2 $154
MUNOZ, RICK ECTOR 1 1 $19
NELLSCH, VERNER O POLK 9 10 $483
NEW BRAUNFELS OB/GYN COMAL 1 1 $48
NEWTON, RONALD B ZAPATA 1 1 $71
NGUYEN, TOM T HARRIS 1 2 $72
NIKKI A WALDEN MD PA DALLAS 1 1 $9
NOCONA MEDICAL CLINIC MONTAGUE 2 3 $106
NORMA A IGLESIAS MD & ASSOC HIDALGO 1 2 $176
NORTH CENTRAL TEX MED FOUND-WILSON FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC WICHITA 746 1,299 $77,166
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL FOUNDATION-WICHITA FALLS FAMILWICHITA 2 3 $151
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PA-NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHHARRIS 4 4 $588
NORTH TEXAS OB-GYN ASSOC DENTON 2 2 $131
NORTHEAST AUSTIN HEALTH CTR TRAVIS 9 9 $1,674
NORTHEAST OB/GYN ASSOCPLLC BEXAR 11 15 $638
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMENTITUS 2 5 $1,202
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMENTITUS 1 1 $47
NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH-NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH DALLAS 1 1 $117
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL POTTER 7 8 $640
NORTON, KATHRYN S TAYLOR 1 2 $98
NOVAMED SURGERY CENTER LAREDO LP-CLEARVIEW SURGICAL INSTWEBB 1 1 $556
NOVOA, JULIO C EL PASO 8 14 $1,320
NUECES COUNTY WOMEN'S CLINIC-CORPUS CHRISTI WOMENS CLINICNUECES 33 79 $3,330
NUESTRA CLINICA DEL VALLE HIDALGO 1 1 $179
OAK HILL HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 1 1 $186
OAKBEND MEDICAL GROUP FORT BEND 1 1 $29
OAKWOOD WOMENS CENTRE PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $47
OASIS DERMATOLOGY GROUP PLLC HIDALGO 1 2 $98
OATES, MYRTLE HARRIS 1 1 $12
OB-GYN ASSOCIATES EL PASO 1 1 $19
OB-GYN OF HOUSTON LLP HARRIS 2 2 $133
OB-GYN SPECIALIST OF LAREDO WEBB 4 9 $846
OBSTETRICAL AND GYN ASSOC NUECES 5 8 $786
OBSTETRICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 4 4 $551
OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY ASSO DENTON 1 1 $3
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSO OF LAREDO PA-OBSTETRICS & WEBB 2 2 $218
OBUKOFE CHRISTIE E MD- HARRIS 1 1 $9
ODESSA PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATES PLLC ECTOR 1 1 $47
ODESSA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ECTOR 2 2 $34
OJEAGA, MACAULAY A HIDALGO 1 1 $86
OKOLI, OKEY BEXAR 3 12 $205
ONDRIZEK, RICHARD R JOHNSON 1 1 $535
OPEN M R I OF EL PASO EL PASO 1 1 $53
OPTICAL IMAGE CAMERON 1 1 $33
ORDONEZ, CONRADO J FORT BEND 1 2 $79
PADILLA, GUILLERMO HARRIS 3 3 $177
PAGE, CINDY K SAN PATRICIO 7 12 $1,504
PAISANO MEDICAL CENTER, LP EL PASO 2 2 $123
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-PALESTINANDERSON 1 1 $40
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LP-PALESTINE REGIONAL MEDICAANDERSON 2 3 $614
PANDYA, RAJANIKAN P MIDLAND 2 2 $41
PANHANDLE EYE GROUP LLP POTTER 1 1 $43
PANHANDLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY-AMARILLO OB-GYN ASSOPOTTER 3 3 $629
PAPPAS, GREGORY A MATAGORDA 6 11 $1,481
PARCHURI, RAVINDRA BASTROP 1 2 $44
PARK CITIES EYE ASSOCIATES DALLAS 1 1 $72
PARKER, DIANA L POTTER 1 1 $18
PARKEY, WENDELL W GAINES 2 2 $910
PARKLAND HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SYSTEM-PARKLAND HEALTH & HOSDALLAS 2 2 $32
PARKLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DALLAS 20 22 $2,749
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC RHC-PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 11 16 $1,105
PARMER COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL PARMER 1 2 $1,018
PARMER COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-PARMER COUNTY COMM HOPARMER 1 2 $49
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
PARTNERS IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE PA HARRIS 2 2 $52
PARTNERS IN OB GYN CARE PA HARRIS 1 1 $585
PASADENA WOMEN'S CENTER HARRIS 14 21 $4,010
PASO DEL NORTE SURGERYCENTER EL PASO 2 3 $1,502
PATE, ROBERT J ANDERSON 1 2 $96
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-. WICHITA 348 359 $7,269
PATHOLOGY LABORATORY LLP CAMERON 2 3 $157
PATHOLOGY PROFESSIONAL SERVI EL PASO 2 3 $205
PATHOLOGY REFERENCE LAB BEXAR 143 151 $10,473
PATRICK L VALLS MD PA WEBB 1 1 $39
PATRIOT EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS EL PASO 1 1 $69
PAUL A LENZ MD CAMERON 1 1 $73
PAUL C REDMAN II PA MCLENNAN 1 1 $496
PAUL, RICKY A HARRISON 1 1 $50
PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATES PA-PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATE LAMAR 1 2 $144
PEA IN THE POD OB GYN ASSOCIATION BEXAR 3 3 $158
PEARLE VISION DALLAS 1 1 $33
PECHE, WILLIAM BEXAR 1 1 $58
PECOS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP PECOS 2 2 $334
PECOS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-FAMILY CARE CENTER PECOS 1 1 $161
PECOS VALLEY RURAL HEALTH REEVES 2 3 $485
PEINERT, ROBERT A HIDALGO 1 2 $54
PENA, PEDRO J HIDALGO 1 1 $38
PEREZ ABIMAEL MD- NUECES 1 1 $29
PERMIAN BASIN RADIOLOGY- ECTOR 1 1 $22
PERMIAN CLINICAL LABORATORY ECTOR 1 1 $23
PERMIAN FAMILY CLINIC INC CS-FNP ECTOR 1 1 $53
PERMIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL ER-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENT ANDREWS 1 1 $255
PERMIAN WOMEN S CENTER PA-PERMIAN WOMEN'S CENTER PA ECTOR 18 43 $4,644
PETITT, MICHAEL A HARRIS 1 1 $69
PFLUGERVILLE HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 1 1 $186
PHILIPS, DUDLEY A GALVESTON 6 6 $378
PHILLIPS, CHARLES MIDLAND 1 1 $71
PHOLVICHITR, PAUL P EL PASO 2 2 $158
PHONSOMBAT, SUPRANEE ANDERSON 1 1 $10
PHYSICIANS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES PA-PHYSICIANS HEALTHCAREEL PASO 3 5 $302
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY SERVICES HIDALGO 8 9 $747
PHYSICIANS SPECIALTY HOSPITAL OF EL PASO EAST LP-PHYSICIANS HEL PASO 1 1 $779
PICKEL, JOHN A TARRANT 2 3 $133
PINEYWOODS OF EAST TEXAS ANGELINA 2 2 $52
PISHARODI MADHAVA AMD CAMERON 1 1 $31
PITRE, CLARENCE A EL PASO 3 5 $252
PLAINS EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS LLP POTTER 2 2 $70
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSN LUBBOCK 502 915 $39,525
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-EDINBURG CENTER HIDALGO 550 1,016 $55,214
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-LAS MILPAS CENTER- PHARR HIDALGO 83 155 $8,192
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MCALLEN CENTER HIDALGO 713 1,381 $65,912
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MISSION CLINIC HIDALGO 328 565 $32,699
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PHARR CENTER HIDALGO 14 25 $1,203
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PROGRESO COMMUNITY CLINIC HIDALGO 13 15 $875
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-RIO GRANDE CITY CLINIC STARR 178 327 $15,328
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-WESLACO CENTER HIDALGO 339 523 $31,225
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNCAMERON 462 727 $39,413
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNCAMERON 10 18 $882
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNWILLACY 102 186 $9,009
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNCAMERON 118 203 $8,677
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-SOUTHCAMERON 218 379 $18,764
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CTR OF EL PASO-PLANNED PARENTHOOD CEEL PASO 615 1,137 $39,370
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CTR OF EL PASO-PLANNED PARENTHOOD CEEL PASO 916 1,859 $57,932
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-. FORT BEND 2,557 4,324 $550,387
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET FANNIN CLINIC HARRIS 1,363 2,221 $264,808
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET SOUTHWEST CLINI HARRIS 427 689 $95,412
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOMCLENNAN 1,182 2,248 $137,932
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH TEXAS INC- DALLAS 3,014 5,684 $299,772
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 20 27 $1,819
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 1,357 2,669 $128,493
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF TEXAS TRAVIS 208 311 $21,708
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-MIDLAND CLINIC MIDLAND 387 697 $43,604
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-ODESSA CLINIC ECTOR 403 717 $36,229
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-PLANNED PARENTHOOD ABI TAYLOR 390 691 $36,669
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-SAN ANGELO CLINIC TOM GREEN 548 926 $46,464
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SEXUAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES-FAMILY PLABEXAR 3,312 8,245 $444,599
PLAZA ANESTHESIA GROUP PLLC BEXAR 1 1 $223
PLAZA OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 1 4 $162
POOL, STANLEY J HARRIS 1 1 $62
PORT LAVACA CLINIC ASSOC PA CALHOUN 1 1 $57
POWERS, CATHY L POTTER 1 1 $57
PRASUNA SAJJA MD PA-CARE WELLNESS AND WEIGHT MGMT CLINIC PHARRIS 1 1 $47
PREDDY, JOHN G UVALDE 1 1 $48
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING INC-COLLINGSWORTH FAMILY MEDIC COLLINGSWORTH 3 4 $284
PREMIER HOUSTON AREA FAMILY-PREMIER HOSTON AREA FAMILY BRAZORIA 1 1 $92
PRESSON, SUZANNE G GRAY 120 294 $12,975
PRICE, BRADLEY B TRAVIS 4 7 $344
PRICE, WILLIAM F BRAZOS 2 2 $167
PRIME CARE ASSOCIATION HIDALGO 1 4 $499
PRO MEDIC EMS HIDALGO 1 1 $143
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 218 219 $25,342
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER-PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTE EL PASO 16 16 $1,822
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES DALLAS 9 13 $734
PROVIDENCE FAMILY PRACT HARRIS 5 5 $207
PROVIDENCE IMAGING CONSULTAN EL PASO 2 3 $77
PROVIDENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EL PASO 2 2 $324
QUAN, ANGEL HARRIS 1 1 $3
QUANTUM PHYSICIANS PA HARRIS 1 1 $93
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL DALLAS 61 67 $3,058
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL-QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL HARRIS 17 20 $803
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS # 2 2 $125
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL LABORATORIES INC-QUEST DIAGNOSTBEXAR 8 9 $152
QUESTCARE MEDICAL SERVICES PA-QUESTCARE MEDICAL SERVICES DALLAS 4 4 $186
QUEZADA, OSCAR R EL PASO 2 2 $81
QURAISHI, AADAM Z HIDALGO 7 8 $229
QURAISHI, RAFATH HIDALGO 4 5 $121
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES NUECES 1 1 $73
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO PA-RADIOLOGY ASSOC BEXAR 4 5 $89
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
RAGLAND, JANE T CHEROKEE 1 1 $48
RAMESH C. SHAH MD, PA-RAMESH C. SHAH, MD ,PA HIDALGO 1 1 $8
RAMIREZ, ANTONIO HIDALGO 1 1 $43
RAMIREZ, SYLVIA A STARR 1 1 $76
RAMSAY, JOHN P GILLESPIE 1 1 $38
RAMSEY, DANIEL E BLANCO 1 1 $29
RAMSEY, J WESLEY JEFFERSON 1 2 $40
RASTOGI, SHASHI P TARRANT 3 5 $221
RATH, KERI L HARRIS 1 1 $47
RAYMOND P MUSSETT MD PLLC-ROMA MEDICAL CLINIC STARR 1 1 $29
REEVES COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-REEVES COUNTY HOSPITAL REEVES 2 3 $303
REGENCE HEALTH NETWORK INC- POTTER 2 4 $556
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-COMMUNITY MEDICTOM GREEN 31 44 $4,498
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-REGIONAL EMPLOYNAVARRO 1 2 $96
REGIONAL RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATE ANDERSON 1 1 $170
REICHERT, OSCAR M TITUS 1 2 $111
REISS, ANH P HARRIS 4 5 $282
RENAISSANCE WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HIDALGO 2 3 $561
RGV ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 1 1 $120
RHODES, ERNESTO P MIDLAND 2 3 $574
RICHARD E REINMUND MD PA TAYLOR 1 1 $0
RICHARD T DELGADO OD INC BEXAR 1 1 $71
RIDGE EYE CLINIC AND OPTICAL HIDALGO 1 2 $76
RIO GRANDE DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING-RIO GRANDE DIAGNOSTIC IMAGIN EL PASO 2 2 $104
RIO GRANDE NP INC-RIO GRANDE WOMENS CLINICS HIDALGO 2 2 $90
RIO GRANDE OB/GYN GROUP PA EL PASO 3 4 $802
RIO GRANDE VALLEY ADULT & INTERNAL MEDICINE CLINIC-RIO GRANDHIDALGO 1 1 $48
RIO GRANDE VALLEY EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PLLC HIDALGO 1 1 $48
RIOS, ANGEL M EL PASO 2 3 $130
RIVERWALK OB GYN PLLC BEXAR 19 35 $3,486
ROBERT L STOCKBURGER LIMESTONE 2 2 $155
ROBSTOWN EMS NUECES 1 1 $205
ROBY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC FISHER 33 64 $4,459
RODRIGUEZ, RENE HIDALGO 1 1 $76
RODRIGUEZ-AQUINO MD PA HIDALGO 1 3 $215
ROLLING PLAINS PHYSICIANS NOLAN 2 2 $65
RON MANSOLO MD PA- WILLIAMSON 1 1 $62
ROSEWOOD-ZARAGOSA HEALTH TRAVIS 3 3 $558
ROTHWELL, RICHARD O TAYLOR 4 4 $224
ROUND ROCK HEALTH CLINIC WILLIAMSON 12 12 $1,749
RRV MEDICAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES-RED RIVER VALLEY RADIOLOGLAMAR 1 1 $73
RRV PATHOLOGY LAB PA-RRV PATHOLOGY LAB LAMAR 3 4 $168
RUBEN D BOCANEGRA MD PA- WEBB 4 5 $387
RUIZ, GUILLERMO W BEXAR 1 2 $2,849
RURANGIRWA, CHARLES CAMERON 12 17 $2,496
SAENZ MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 4 7 $494
SALIMAH CUMBER MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $9
SALINAS, BENJAMIN A HIDALGO 3 3 $149
SALUD Y VIDA PA EL PASO 3 7 $391
SAMUEL, DONALD R JASPER 2 2 $37
SAN ANTONIO DIAGNOSTIC BEXAR 1 1 $22
SAN ANTONIO HEAD AND NECK BEXAR 1 1 $98
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
SAN BENITO MED ASSOC CAMERON 4 9 $205
SAN MARCOS OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PLLC-KOTESWARA R K HAYS 5 5 $216
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-INGLESIDE CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 144 309 $20,749
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-MATHIS CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 106 210 $13,573
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-SINTON CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 122 238 $13,863
SANCHEZ, VICENTE Y BEE 1 3 $616
SANCHEZ, WLFRANO A WEBB 1 1 $14
SANJIV R KUMAR MD PA UVALDE 1 1 $46
SANTA ROSA FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 2 2 $130
SASIKALA HEMKUMAR, MD PA- TRAVIS 1 1 $29
SATIR AND SATIR PA NACOGDOCHES 2 3 $164
SCHEEL NAYAR DO PA BEXAR 3 3 $95
SCHETTLER, HEINRICH G HARRIS 4 4 $231
SCHMIDT MEDICAL CLINIC PA SOMERVELL 1 1 $69
SCHORLEMER, WENDELL C BEXAR 2 2 $94
SCOTT AND WHITE CLINIC BELL 12 18 $2,939
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BELL 12 13 $1,310
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- BELL 5 5 $728
SCROGGINS, MARK E TARRANT 1 1 $29
SEAN WENGROFF MD-SEAN WENGROFF GALVESTON 7 7 $369
SEGUIN PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA GUADALUPE 4 4 $97
SERNA, LINDA S DEAF SMITH 2 3 $709
SERRANO, CHRISTOPHER W BEXAR 3 5 $762
SETON HEALTHCARE-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT BRACKENRIDGTRAVIS 1 1 $27
SHAH, KIRAN H GALVESTON 1 1 $62
SHANNON CLINIC TOM GREEN 5 7 $905
SIERRA MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 2 2 $8,608
SIEVERS MEDICAL CLINIC GONZALES 3 3 $610
SILVER, MORRIS M NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $47
SINHA, RAJIV WILLACY 1 1 $111
SJ ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGISTS-S J ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGISTS HARRIS 1 1 $37
SKULEMOWSKI, PATRICK S CAMERON 2 5 $962
SLEEPWIND ANESTHESIA PA TARRANT 1 1 $152
SMITH, CLAUDIUS G HARRIS 5 5 $261
SMITH, FRANK A HOUSTON 2 2 $114
SMMC MEDICAL GROUP-FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 4 5 $1,054
SOTO, WIGBERTO HARRIS 3 5 $138
SOUTH AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER TRAVIS 12 12 $2,233
SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILYPL HARRIS 3 9 $2,613
SOUTH MAIN CLINIC INC HARRIS 2 3 $148
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOC INC-LUBBOCK WOMENS H LUBBOCK 34 42 $2,887
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HALE COUNTY HALE 623 1,281 $75,138
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HOCKLEY COU HOCKLEY 187 304 $20,846
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH TERRY 40 71 $4,344
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-DAWSON COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 103 166 $10,786
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-GAINES COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 105 172 $10,438
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-YOAKUM COUNTY FIELD OFFICE R1 TERRY 49 85 $5,772
SOUTH TEXAS DERMATOPATHOLOGY BEXAR 1 1 $45
SOUTH TEXAS EMERGENCY CARE FOUNDTION, INC. CAMERON 3 3 $358
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC NUECES 223 522 $28,540
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC BEEVILLE BEE 163 363 $18,880
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC KINGSVILL KLEBERG 201 527 $28,513
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROBSTOWNUECES 29 68 $3,729
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROCKPOR ARANSAS 46 97 $5,594
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLNINC SINTON SAN PATRICIO 40 79 $3,941
SOUTH TEXAS GASTROENTEROLOGY HIDALGO 1 2 $272
SOUTH TEXAS HEALTH SYSTEM HIDALGO 1 1 $0
SOUTH TEXAS MEDICAL CLINICS WHARTON 26 59 $3,222
SOUTH TEXAS OPTOMETRISTS WEBB 1 1 $43
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY GROUP PA-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY GROBEXAR 1 2 $19
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY IMAGING CENTERS-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOBEXAR 1 1 $54
SOUTH TEXAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ATASCOSA 1 2 $74
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-DILLY CLINIC FRIO 4 6 $299
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-HONDO CLINIC MEDINA 11 17 $827
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH MEDINA 14 14 $2,169
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH SVC LASALLE 42 42 $6,601
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHCLINIC DIMMIT 8 8 $1,261
SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN AND CHILDRENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH THIDALGO 3 3 $124
SOUTHEAST HOUSTON CARDIOLOGY-DAVID HAMER MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $118
SOUTHEAST TEXAS EYE ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 1 1 $57
SOUTHEAST TEXAS MEDICAL ASSO JEFFERSON 1 1 $47
SOUTHSIDE WOMENS CENTER PA NUECES 4 8 $272
SOUTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE OUT OF STATE 1 1 $43
SOUTHWEST MEDICAL IMAGING MIDLAND 2 3 $75
SOUTHWEST OB/GYN ASSOCIATES EL PASO 2 3 $937
SPECIALTY LABORATORIES INC OUT OF STATE 3 3 $158
SPECTRUM EYE CARE HARRIS 1 1 $83
SPINE AND REHAB SPECIALISTS EL PASO 2 7 $1,883
SPRING BRANCH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $29
ST DAVIDS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-ST DAVIDS HOSPITAL TRAVIS 1 2 $300
ST DAVIDS HEALTHCARE PARTNERSHIP-SOUTH AUSTIN HOSPITAL TRAVIS 1 1 $325
ST JULIEN, BEVERLY A JEFFERSON 1 1 $79
ST MARIE CLINIC PA- HIDALGO 3 9 $350
ST MARK'S MEDICAL CENTER FAYETTE 123 228 $12,213
STAR ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 1 1 $158
STARR COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL STARR 3 5 $661
STEPHANOU, NICHOLAS J HARRIS 1 2 $1,285
STEPHENVILLE M AND S CLINIC ERATH 1 1 $29
STERN, STEVEN E HARRIS 3 3 $123
STEVENS PARK CLINIC MEDICAL GROUP DALLAS 1 1 $29
STOCKTON, DANIELLA MONTGOMERY 7 10 $1,771
STONE, FAITH M HARRIS 2 2 $155
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER CAMERON 54 56 $9,645
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-HARLINGEN CAMERON 1 1 $165
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-RAYMONDVILLE WILLACY 7 7 $1,194
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-SCC-SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-BROWNSVILLE CAMERON 10 10 $1,690
SUDAN MEDICAL CLINIC, LLC- LAMB 1 2 $76
SURGICAL ASSOCIATES OF TRAVIS 1 1 $69
SWEETWATER WOMENS CLINIC- NOLAN 3 3 $94
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER NOLAN CO HEALTH NOLAN 122 243 $17,907
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER-NOLAN COUNTY HEANOLAN 62 107 $7,032
TALATI, SHRADDHA K DALLAS 1 2 $167
TAMIM, MARWAN Y DALLAS 1 1 $81
TAN, EDWARD H HIDALGO 2 2 $98
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
TARKENTON, TIM R PALO PINTO 2 3 $152
TARRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH TARRANT 26 28 $1,513
TAUSSIG, PEDRO Z FRIO 1 1 $14
TCID-DHS-TCID-TDH BEXAR 758 967 $33,371
TCID-DHS-WOMEN'S HEALTH LAB BEXAR 6,495 9,060 $335,973
TEJAS ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 1 1 $190
TERRELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 1 1 $86
TERRY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT TERRY 2 3 $429
TEXAN EYE PA-TEXAN EYE CARE TRAVIS 1 1 $43
TEXAN STAR EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS BRAZORIA 1 1 $69
TEXARKANA-BOWIE CO FAMILY-TEXARKANA-BOWIE COUNTY FAMIL BOWIE 368 795 $51,367
TEXAS ALLIANCE MEDICAL GRP HARRIS 1 1 $95
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES CAMERON 834 874 $46,975
TEXAS EMERGENCY ROOM SERVICES PA HIDALGO 2 2 $57
TEXAS EMERGENCY STAFFING SOLUTIONS PA UVALDE 1 1 $28
TEXAS HEALTH ARLINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- TARRANT 1 1 $96
TEXAS HEALTH CARE PLLC-TEXAS HEALTH CARE P.L.L.C. TARRANT 5 5 $210
TEXAS ONCOLOGY PA EL PASO 1 1 $17
TEXAS PANHANDLE FAMILY PLANNING AND HEALTH CENTERS POTTER 2,021 4,177 $199,753
TEXAS PANHANDLE FAMILY PLANNING AND HEALTH CENTERS-PLANNEPOTTER 1 1 $68
TEXAS STATE OPTICAL TRAVIS 1 1 $76
TEXAS STATE OPTICAL OF CAPITAL PLAZA-TEXAS STATE OPTICAL OF TRAVIS 1 1 $83
TEXAS TECH HS CENTER INTERNAL EL PASO 1 1 $6
TEXAS TECH HS CTR FAMILY MED EL PASO 1 1 $19
TEXAS TECH HS CTR OB/GYN EL PASO 10 22 $2,914
TEXAS TECH HSC ANESTHESIOLOGY EL PASO 3 5 $897
TEXAS TECH HSC ORTHOPAEDICS EL PASO 1 2 $185
TEXAS TECH HSC RADIOLOGY EL PASO 8 8 $184
TEXAS TECH HSC-TEXAS TECH HEALTH SCIENCES LUBBOCK 5 6 $395
TEXAS TECH UHSC OB/GYN POTTER 5 5 $242
TEXAS TECH UHSC-SON-LUBBOCK-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SLUBBOCK 3 4 $188
TEXAS TECH UNIV HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER OBGYN-TTHSC OB/GYNECTOR 64 109 $5,862
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH LUBBOCK 2 2 $96
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES EL PASO 1 1 $35
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT LU-TTUHSC OLUBBOCK 12 27 $2,211
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR AMARILLO-TEXAS TEPOTTER 7 7 $244
THE EAR INSTITUE OF TEXAS PA BEXAR 1 1 $157
THE HOPE PROJECT SHELBY 1 1 $59
THE LENS FACTORY EL PASO 1 1 $96
THE OB/GYN GROUP OF AUSTIN PA TRAVIS 5 5 $679
THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE CEN-TEXAS A BRAZOS 2 3 $531
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTE DALLAS 1 15 $1,350
THE WOMENS SPECIALIST OF HOU-THE WOMEN'S SPECIALIST OF HOUHARRIS 1 1 $69
THOMAS, FLAVIA L HARRIS 2 2 $94
THURMOND EYE ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 3 3 $174
THURMOND OPTICAL HIDALGO 2 2 $66
TIJERINA, HUMBERTO HIDALGO 1 1 $129
TIMBERLAND MEDICAL GROUP LIBERTY 4 4 $172
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST TITUS 1 1 $32
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS CO MEMORIAL HOSP DIST TITUS 261 456 $27,634
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TITUS 10 11 $7,565
TJM MOLECULAR LABORATORY DENTON 2 2 $189
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
TOKS AKINYEYE MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $47
TOMASINO PORT, RODOLFO EL PASO 1 1 $40
TOMBALL WOMENS HEALTHCARE HARRIS 8 8 $322
TORRES, ANTONIO J HARRIS 1 1 $112
TORRES, EMILIO M TRAVIS 1 1 $585
TRAN, FELIPE T WEBB 1 1 $43
TRANVAN, QUE HARRIS 11 14 $1,091
TREADWELL, STEPHEN C DALLAS 1 1 $43
TREVINO, ALFREDO WEBB 1 1 $50
TREVINO, JOSE A BEXAR 1 1 $31
TREVINO, VICTOR D WEBB 1 1 $48
TRICORE REFERENCE LABORATORIES OUT OF STATE 1 2 $119
TRINITY CLINIC SMITH 2 2 $95
TSAI, HWAI-JER HARRIS 2 3 $718
TUCKER, BOBBY F POTTER 3 5 $636
TX TECH UNIVERSITY HSC-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HSC EL PASO 1 1 $19
UBESIE, KANAYO E HARRIS 4 6 $625
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS MAVERICK 112 116 $21,805
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS-UNITED MEDICAL CENTER #3 VAL VERDE 91 93 $17,086
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT-UNIVERSTARRANT 6 7 $676
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH GALVESTON 2 2 $19
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH-UNIVERSITY OF TEX MED BRGALVESTON 1 1 $574
UPPER VALLEY INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY PA-UPPER VALLEY INTEHIDALGO 1 1 $36
URIBE-BOTERO, GONZALO HARRIS 1 4 $133
UROLOGY ASSOCIATES OF SOUTH TEXAS PA HIDALGO 1 4 $519
UT DEPT OF GENERAL SURGERY BEXAR 1 1 $35
UT DEPT OF OB-GYN BEXAR 1 1 $11
UT DEPT OF UROLOGY BEXAR 1 1 $40
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER AT TYLER SMITH 2 2 $101
UT PHYSICIANS HARRIS 8 8 $359
UT SOUTHWESTERN MSP DALLAS 1 1 $17
UTMB FACULTY GROUP PRACTICE GALVESTON 8 11 $2,658
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM GALVESTON 490 763 $47,380
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-PEARLANDBRAZORIA 181 253 $14,951
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REGFORT BEND 152 247 $13,865
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REGJEFFERSON 2,087 3,383 $206,952
UTSW MSP ANESTHESIOLOGY DALLAS 4 4 $598
UTSW MSP FAMILY PRACTICE DALLAS 1 1 $17
UTSW MSP RAD ONCOLOGY DALLAS 1 6 $524
UTSW MSP RAD PMH DALLAS 2 2 $72
UVALDE COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-UVALDE COUNTY HOSPITAL AUVALDE 1 3 $349
VALENZUELA, RAFAEL E HARRIS 1 1 $130
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSVILLE CAMERON 2 2 $234
VALLEY CARDIOLOGY PA-VALLEY CARDIOLOGY HIDALGO 1 2 $958
VALLEY DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC PA CAMERON 1 2 $40
VALLEY PULMONARY GROUP HIDALGO 1 1 $97
VALLEY RADIOLOGISTS ASSOC CAMERON 7 11 $428
VALLEY WOMENS CLINIC PA CAMERON 10 13 $599
VALLEY-HI OPTICAL INC BEXAR 1 1 $33
VAN RIPER, JAMES W ECTOR 1 1 $505
VAN VAN NGUYEN MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $56
VANDEGIESSEN, KATHLEEN H HARRIS 2 2 $1,028
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
VARMA, KAMLESH LUBBOCK 1 1 $68
VEGA, OSCAR EL PASO 1 1 $117
VENEGAS, ERIC J MIDLAND 2 3 $119
VERDOOREN, RAMIRO E HIDALGO 1 1 $120
VHS SAN ANTONIO IMAGING PARTNERS LP-VHS SAN ANTONIO IMAGINGBEXAR 1 1 $27
VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LLC-BAPTIST HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 1 1 $65
VICTORIA ANESTHESIA ASSOC. VICTORIA 1 1 $181
VICTORIA WOMENS CLINIC ASSOC VICTORIA 16 21 $2,653
VISION ESSENCE INC- HARRIS 1 1 $33
W J MANGOLD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-W J MANGOLD MEMORIAL FLOYD 1 1 $83
W J STRADER, MD AND ASSOC EL PASO 1 1 $29
W T ANESTHESIOLOGY PC MIDLAND 1 1 $154
WAL MART VISION CENTER#180 CHEROKEE 1 1 $33
WALKER, DAVID G HARRIS 1 1 $46
WALKER, MELISSA A BEXAR 1 1 $47
WALMART STORES TEXAS LP-WAL MART VISION CTR 300397 HIDALGO 1 1 $33
WALMART STORES TEXAS, LP-WAL-MART VISION CENTER 30-0504 GALVESTON 1 1 $33
WALMART VISION CENTER #1137 HARRIS 1 1 $33
WALMART VISION CENTER #2133 TRAVIS 1 1 $33
WALSS, RODOLFO J CAMERON 10 30 $3,346
WALTON, CYNTHIA A POTTER 2 3 $70
WALZ TIMOTHY JOD NUECES 1 1 $38
WANG, BRUCE S TARRANT 1 1 $90
WASHINGTON, JEROME T BEXAR 6 8 $193
WATSON, MICHAEL Q GAINES 2 2 $82
WEISSLER, THOMAS E BEXAR 1 1 $38
WELLS, JED M WEBB 1 1 $47
WESLACO ADVANCED MEDICAL-WESLACO ADVANCED MEDICA HIDALGO 2 4 $190
WESLACO DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING CENTER LTD HIDALGO 1 1 $52
WEST TEXAS OB GYN P A EL PASO 2 2 $58
WHITE, RONALD N TARRANT 1 2 $148
WHITMIRE, ROGERS O HARRIS 1 2 $75
WICHELHAUS, HARLAN P GALVESTON 1 1 $95
WILLACY COUNTY EMS INC-WILLACY COUNTY EMS WILLACY 1 1 $186
WILLIAM, GEORGE A CALHOUN 1 3 $136
WILLIAMS, SUE A RUSK 1 2 $61
WILSON, GREGORY S JOHNSON 1 1 $8
WILTZ, ARMAND GAINES 2 3 $966
WISE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PA WISE 1 2 $28
WISIACKAS, PHILIP R SAN JACINTO 1 1 $53
WITT, VAUGHN P NUECES 1 3 $115
WOMANS TOTAL HEALTHCARE PA BRAZORIA 2 3 $138
WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST-WOMEN & CHILDREN FIRST GILLESPIE 1 1 $570
WOMEN OF THE WOODLANDS OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY P.A-WOM HARRIS 2 2 $124
WOMEN PARTNERS IN HEALTH PA TRAVIS 3 3 $106
WOMEN'S HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP TARRANT 1 1 $51
WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE AFFILIATES PA HARRIS 10 14 $1,655
WOMENS CLINIC OF DIMMIT AND ZAVALA COUNTIES PA-WOMENS CLINDIMMIT 1 1 $62
WOMENS HEALTH ASSOCIATE GRAYSON 2 2 $76
WOMENS HEALTH CARE-WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER OF HOUSTOHARRIS 1 2 $159
WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC HIDALGO 4 6 $370
WOMENS PROFESSIONAL HEALTH BRAZOS 3 4 $144
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PROVIDER NAME COUNTY CLIENTS CLAIMS COST
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2007
SFY2007
WOMENS SPECIALITY CENTER-WOMENS SPECIALTY CENTER DALLAS 2 2 $94
WOMENS TOTAL CARE OF EAST TEXAS PA CHEROKEE 2 2 $271
WOMENS WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE WEBB 1 1 $31
WOO-TELLES, ARGELIA EL PASO 1 1 $74
XYDAS, NICOLAS P HARRIS 3 4 $277
YOUNG, GEORGE J HOCKLEY 1 2 $96
YUCHNITZ, MICHAEL J BEXAR 1 1 $33
ZAMARRON, ELOY WEBB 1 1 $178
ZAPATA, HUGO HIDALGO 3 3 $148
ZAPATA-CABRER, VICENTE HARRIS 4 7 $401
ZEID, YASSER F GREGG 1 1 $60
ZIMMERMAN, GEOFFREY A HARRIS 1 1 $69
SUBTOTAL FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROVIDERS 21,599 43,058 $2,731,937
SUBTOTAL FOR ALL OTHER PROVIDERS
29,155 54,972 $3,169,349
TOTAL 42,762 98,030 $5,901,286
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4 C'S CLINIC-GALVESTON GALVESTON 53 55 $7,815
4 C'S CLINIC-TEXAS CITY GALVESTON 104 116 $16,453
A HEALTH SPECIALIST FOR HER PA CAMERON 6 12 $1,522
ABBAS, DENNIS R DALLAS 1 1 $53
ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC PLLC-ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC-N. TAYLOR 3 8 $1,801
ABILENE PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATES-ABILENE PRIMARY CARE ASSOTAYLOR 1 1 $30
ABILENE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TAYLOR 1 1 $12
ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 3 3 $46
ABILENE-TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 330 948 $58,008
ACCENT FAMILY HEALTH CARE LLC TARRANT 1 2 $102
ACHIEVEMENT MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HARRIS 2 2 $18
ADAMI, BERNARD F DALLAS 1 1 $585
ADVANCED OB/GYN CARE OF SOUTH TEXAS ATASCOSA 2 3 $703
AFFILIATES FOR WOMENS HEALTH BRAZOS 1 2 $67
AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY-AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSMCLENNAN 4 6 $360
AKONYE, ANGELA C BEXAR 2 2 $137
ALANIZ, JOHN M HARRIS 4 8 $924
ALBERTO D. DURAN , MD , PA-ALBERTO D. DURAN MD,PA HIDALGO 25 40 $1,867
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA STARR 30 49 $3,193
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA-FRANCIS ALBERTO MD HIDALGO 2 3 $126
ALBRITTON, LAMAR J BEXAR 2 2 $112
ALECOZAY, ABRAHAM A BEXAR 53 64 $3,382
ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD PA-ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD JIM WELLS 5 9 $433
ALEJO, ESTEBAN WEBB 4 5 $636
ALIBHAI, HUSSAMUDD DALLAS 2 2 $129
ALICE OB/GYN SPECIALTY CLINIC PA JIM WELLS 4 5 $1,173
ALINDADA, JULIANA B SHELBY 8 11 $664
ALLEN MCKINNEY SHERMAN WOMENS CARE AND CONTINENCE- GRAYSON 5 10 $1,749
ALLEN, GWENDOLYN J BROWN 1 1 $73
ALLIANCE OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC-OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC DENTON 2 2 $95
ALPINE FAMILY HEALTH CARES SERVICES LLP-ALPINE FAMILY HEALTHBREWSTER 11 12 $642
ALPINE MEDICAL CENTER BREWSTER 39 42 $2,110
AMARILLO ANESTHESIA CONSULT-AMARILLO ANESTHESIA POTTER 1 1 $193
AMARILLO PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES LTD POTTER 55 55 $2,021
AMARO, MICHAEL A FORT BEND 10 13 $1,126
AMAZON HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 3 4 $181
AMERICAN REGIONAL HEALTH CTR VICTORIA 6 8 $889
AMERIPATH LUBBOCK 1 1 $28
AMERIPATH SEVERANCE 5.01(A) CORPORATION- BEXAR 1 1 $15
AMERIPATH TEXAS INC DALLAS 4 4 $117
AMMON D WEBER MD PLLC HUTCHINSON 3 3 $999
ANATOMICAL MEDICAL LABORATOR DENTON 22 23 $823
ANDERSON-PERE, MABEL HARRIS 9 11 $669
ANDREA V BROWN MD PA DALLAS 1 1 $13
ANDREWS CITY-COUNTY HEALTH ANDREWS 29 37 $1,479
ANDREWS FAMILY MEDICINE-ANDREWS COUNTY HOSP DIS ANDREWS 8 8 $375
ANDREWS, RICHARD C DALLAS 3 8 $300
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF LONGVIEW- GREGG 10 10 $2,479
ANESTHESIA MEDICAL GROUP OF THE PERMIAN BASIN LLP MIDLAND 4 4 $796
ANESTHESIA PROVIDERS OF EAST TEXAS PA-ANESTHESIA PROVIDERANDERSON 1 1 $180
ANTHONY, ROBERT R DALLAS 3 6 $952
ANTONIO SOEGAARD-TORRES, MD,PA EL PASO 9 19 $740
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
APPIAH-DWAMENA, LYDIA BEXAR 7 8 $641
ASGHARIAN, ROBERT B EL PASO 5 7 $867
ASHBY, WENDELL B POTTER 2 3 $647
ASUMUGHA, KINGSLEY N HARRIS 7 10 $1,209
ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER, INC- ATASCOSA 157 175 $26,069
ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES PA-ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES HENDERSON 1 1 $175
ATLANTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CASS 3 3 $113
ATLURU, SUSEELA D HARRIS 3 3 $222
ATTIA, AHMED S BEXAR 1 1 $180
AUSTIN ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP TRAVIS 2 3 $518
AUSTIN COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC-BELLVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL THEAUSTIN 1 1 $126
AUSTIN DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC-AUSTIN DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF TRAVIS 1 1 $600
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC WILLIAMSON 2 4 $151
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC P A TRAVIS 50 115 $8,776
AUSTIN, CHARLES I HIDALGO 1 1 $81
AUSTIN/TRAVIS COUNTY COMMUNITY HLTH CTR-AUSTIN RESOURCE CTRAVIS 1 1 $193
BALCONES ANESTHESIOLOGISTS WILLIAMSON 2 2 $386
BALCONES ANESTHESIOLOGISTS-BALCONES ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PWILLIAMSON 1 1 $193
BANSAL, AMIT K HARRIS 2 4 $727
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-BAPTIST HOSP OF SE TEXJEFFERSON 2 2 $1,119
BAPTIST ST ANTHONYS HOSPITAL CORPORATION-BAPTIST/SAINTANT POTTER 1 1 $558
BARLAS ENTERPRISES INC HARRIS 1 1 $9
BARNETT, MARCUS D HARRIS 1 2 $94
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY-ELLA AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER BEXAR 323 616 $26,185
BARRY, GENE N JEFFERSON 3 4 $241
BASTROP MEDICAL CLINIC PA BASTROP 2 3 $87
BAY AREA ANESTHESIA ASSOC NUECES 7 7 $1,258
BAY AREA MEDICAL CENTER NUECES 5 5 $2,770
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE-DEPT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECO HARRIS 1 1 $34
BAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-SEYMOUR HOSPITAL RURALHEBAYLOR 87 188 $8,728
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT GARLAND-BAYLOR MEDICAL CNTR-GARDALLAS 1 1 $577
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT IRVING-IRVING HEALTHCARE SYSTEM DALLAS 1 1 $577
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $3
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 1,813 3,875 $203,655
BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP PA-BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOHARRIS 1 1 $170
BAYSHORE SURGERY CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
BCS FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC BRAZOS 5 5 $369
BELINDA V JORDAN MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $48
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT- BELL 630 1,028 $81,911
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KILLEEN SUB OFFICE OF BELBELL 258 386 $26,048
BELLI PATHOLOGY PA BROWN 14 14 $300
BEN EDWARDS MD PA- GARZA 2 3 $108
BENAVIDES, ENRIQUE F WEBB 11 11 $588
BENAVIDES, HENRY A CAMERON 16 30 $1,648
BERTHA L MEDINA MD PA HIDALGO 22 23 $1,238
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST BEXAR 966 1,725 $144,262
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST- BEXAR 4 5 $369
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 173 195 $15,907
BIRTHING FROM THE HEART PLLC DENTON 2 2 $101
BITTING, JANETTA A POTTER 1 1 $45
BLANCO-QUANT, RONALD E HIDALGO 11 16 $1,040
BOND FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC LIMESTONE 3 4 $217
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CNTR-BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CFANNIN 98 101 $12,373
BOONE, LINDA J ORANGE 1 2 $107
BRAUN, OPTA L DALLAS 5 6 $675
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA BRAZOS 2 2 $346
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA-BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOBRAZOS 2 2 $284
BRAZOS FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOC-BRAZOS FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCBRAZOS 10 21 $1,447
BRAZOS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 38 43 $3,460
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BREWASHINGTON 32 72 $3,706
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BRYBRAZOS 3 3 $119
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN HEAROBERTSON 6 6 $336
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN JEWETLEON 8 9 $440
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN NAVASGRIMES 12 15 $633
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-GRIMES COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTGRIMES 22 22 $3,435
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALMADISON 7 7 $1,105
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC BRAZOS 33 33 $5,199
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-BRYAN COLLEGE BRAZOS 203 207 $32,380
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-LEON COUNTY COLEON 33 34 $5,314
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-ROBERTSON COUROBERTSON 27 28 $4,380
BRENHAM CLINIC ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON 61 75 $2,745
BRITT, CAREY L BEXAR 1 1 $41
BROWN, JACQUELIN E HARRIS 37 66 $4,990
BROWNFIELD REGIONAL MED CTR TERRY 1 1 $26
BROWNLOW, MILTON L WILBARGER 1 2 $107
BROWNSVILLE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-BROWNSVILLE COMM HCAMERON 2 2 $1,271
BROWNSVILLE DOCTORS HOSPITAL LLC-BROWNSVILLE SURGICAL HOCAMERON 1 1 $551
BROWNSVILLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOC CAMERON 11 22 $3,408
BROWNSVILLE WOMENS CLINIC CAMERON 8 8 $545
BRYAN RADIOLOGY ASSOC BRAZOS 1 1 $75
BULLOCK, GERALD L MONTGOMERY 7 10 $1,408
BURD, RHONDA J ERATH 31 47 $4,915
BURGETTE, PHILLIP L OUT OF STATE 11 15 $744
BURK, CHARLES R CHEROKEE 14 22 $2,989
BURKE ANDREW B DO PA-BURKE ANDREW BDO PA DALLAS 1 3 $116
BURKE, ROBERT A TARRANT 1 1 $9
BURNETT AND ASSOCIATES ANESTHESIA-BURNETT AND ASSOCIATESBOWIE 1 1 $186
CACST COMMUNITY HEALTH CTR STARR 85 136 $26,015
CADWALDER MEDICAL MANAGEMENT HARRIS 2 3 $99
CALVARY MEDICAL PA LIBERTY 13 14 $671
CAMERON COUNTY HEALTH-CAMERON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HECAMERON 5 6 $217
CANALES, ERASTO HIDALGO 5 5 $1,047
CANALES, RICARDO HIDALGO 9 12 $394
CAPITAL DIALYSIS OF TEXAS- TERRY 2 2 $84
CARDENAS, SALVADOR J HIDALGO 1 1 $41
CARE FOR WOMEN HARRIS 22 26 $1,579
CARLOS H LOUBRIEL MD PA EL PASO 5 8 $448
CARLOS HERNANDEZ MD PA-SOUTHWESTERN WOMENS CLINIC MAVERICK 33 46 $3,700
CAROLE WARD FNP C PC-THE CLINIC FOR FAMILY WELLNESS HALL 1 1 $62
CARPENTER, DAVID A LAMAR 3 4 $320
CASTILLO, LUIS O DALLAS 7 8 $419
CASTRO COUNTY COMMUNITY CLIN-MEDICAL CENTER OF DIMMITT CASTRO 4 6 $372
CAVAZOS, ANTONIO BEXAR 13 18 $885
CAWLEY, JAMES E YOUNG 16 20 $1,334
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SFY2008
CAZARES-ZAVALA, JOSE EL PASO 1 1 $48
CENIZA HILLS RURAL HLTH CL-CENIZA HILLS RHC VAL VERDE 8 8 $674
CENTER FOR DISEASE DETECTION-CENTER FOR DISEASE DETE BEXAR 19,317 30,862 $1,472,663
CENTER STREET MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 2 $137
CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY LAB PA-CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY MCLENNAN 130 152 $8,052
CENTRAL TEXAS WOMENS CLINIC PA BROWN 18 45 $2,392
CENTRAL WOMENS HEALTH CARE BEXAR 95 157 $16,183
CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR LA EL PASO 174 284 $50,618
CEPEDA, ALBERTO HIDALGO 8 9 $619
CESAR A REYES MD PA-COMPREHENSIVE OB/GYN COLLIN 2 3 $577
CH WILKINSON PHYSICIAN NETWORK NUECES 7 7 $262
CHANDLER, JAMES M BEE 5 7 $1,316
CHANG, CHIN-JUEI KAUFMAN 2 2 $102
CHAPMAN, MICA D MONTGOMERY 17 39 $3,311
CHAPPELL JOYCE PATHOLOGY BOWIE 23 23 $669
CHARTRAND, DANIEL J VAL VERDE 2 2 $133
CHAVEZ, ANTHONY HARRIS 17 17 $927
CHAVEZ, JORGE A BEXAR 5 5 $378
CHEROKEE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT CHEROKEE 192 510 $27,193
CHEROKEE EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA CHEROKEE 1 1 $90
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENCHILDRESS 2 2 $44
CHING, ROBERT T BEXAR 1 1 $48
CHRISTUS HEALTH SE TX-CHRISTUS HOSPITAL JEFFERSON 1 1 $12
CHRISTUS JASPER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-CHRISTUS JASPER MEMORIAJASPER 1 1 $104
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOHNNUECES 3 3 $1,662
CISNEROS, JOSE S CAMERON 8 13 $1,175
CITY OF AUSTIN TRAVIS 1 1 $264
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 2 2 $38
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LA NUEVA CASA DE AMIGOS HARRIS 36 64 $3,120
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LYONS HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 33 36 $2,220
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-MAGNOLIA HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 12 13 $680
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-NORTHSIDE HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 15 15 $1,340
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-RIVERSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 4 4 $254
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-SUNNYSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 3 4 $220
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LARED HEALTH DEPT WEBB 2 6 $65
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPART WEBB 5 7 $268
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-KENWOOD CLINIC BEXAR 12 13 $789
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-OLD HIGHWAY 90 CLBEXAR 141 191 $11,420
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-PECAN VALLEY CLINBEXAR 62 85 $5,441
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-RICHARDO SALINASBEXAR 1 1 $38
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-SAN ANTONIO METRBEXAR 131 203 $13,607
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-SOUTH FLORES CLINBEXAR 81 107 $7,864
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-WESTEND CLINIC BEXAR 187 260 $19,134
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO METRO HEALTH DISTRICT-ZARZAMORA CLINICBEXAR 90 118 $7,267
CLARK, GLORIA M EL PASO 10 10 $902
CLARK, WILLIAM D HARRIS 9 10 $549
CLEBURNE OBSTERICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOCIATES-CLEBURNE OJOHNSON 2 3 $105
CLEVELAND EMERGENCY GROUP PA LIBERTY 3 3 $206
CLIFTON E WILKERSON MD PA LAMAR 4 6 $161
CLINICA FAMILIAR SAN JOSE PA HIDALGO 3 7 $302
CLINICA LAS AMERICA #2 HARRIS 4 4 $217
CLINICAL PARTNERS PA NUECES 9 12 $2,018
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SFY2008
CLINICAL PARTNERS WHARTON-CLINICAL PARTNERS- WHARTON WHARTON 2 2 $422
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY ASSOC-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY CONSULTAN TAYLOR 186 192 $6,198
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LAB INC TRAVIS 660 952 $52,605
CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS WICHITA 9 11 $931
COASTAL BEND SURGERY CENTER NUECES 8 8 $4,433
COASTAL BEND WOMENS CENTER NUECES 108 245 $26,216
COLEMAN COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER COLEMAN 1 1 $43
COLETTE M DOMINIQUE,MD PA DALLAS 3 6 $650
COLLINS, JANICE M TARRANT 44 93 $8,371
COLLOM AND CARNEY CLINIC BOWIE 4 5 $260
COLUMBIA RIO GRANDE HEALTHCARE LP-RIO GRANDE REGIONAL HO HIDALGO 3 3 $40
COLUMBIA VALLEY HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS LP-VALLEY REGIONAL ME CAMERON 1 1 $35
COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL-COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL MED CAMERON 1 1 $551
COLUMBIA/CONROE REGIONAL MONTGOMERY 1 1 $585
COLVIN, JAMES T GUADALUPE 6 6 $316
COMEAUX, TAMYRA Y HARRIS 1 1 $4
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER JIM WELLS 46 62 $10,321
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER-COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORASAN PATRICIO 1 1 $167
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ELGIN COBASTROP 247 455 $32,432
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-LOCKHARCALDWELL 206 434 $25,763
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-MLK COMHAYS 245 448 $31,238
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ROUND RWILLIAMSON 244 409 $29,163
COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS INC-SEGUIN FAMIL GUADALUPE 217 351 $17,608
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC LUBBOCK 169 222 $35,371
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-CHATMAN COMMUNITLUBBOCK 18 24 $3,697
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-PARKWAY COMMUNITLUBBOCK 13 17 $2,609
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-WOMEN'S PROTECTIVLUBBOCK 23 25 $4,043
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-COMMUNGONZALES 77 160 $34,181
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-LULING CCALDWELL 30 61 $3,035
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TESMITH 672 909 $30,754
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TESMITH 360 708 $32,180
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-CANYON HEALTH CENTER REAL 10 10 $1,563
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-OUR HEALTH/NUESTRO CENUVALDE 178 180 $27,646
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-ROLLING HILLS HEALTH REAL 10 10 $1,563
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC HUNT 293 296 $36,663
COMMUNITY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES BEXAR 560 791 $44,770
COMMUNITY MOTHER AND CHILD VICTORIA 100 200 $12,992
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY DALLAS 10 17 $976
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-DEHARO SALDIVAR WOMEN'S HEAL DALLAS 138 231 $16,185
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-EAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALTH CEDALLAS 281 534 $42,908
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-GARLAND WOMENS HEALTH CENTEDALLAS 185 330 $28,198
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-MAPLE WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 189 304 $24,310
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-OAKWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTEDALLAS 466 870 $69,507
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-SOUTHEAST DALLAS WOMENS HEA DALLAS 398 801 $66,527
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-WISH TUBAL CLINIC DALLAS 3 3 $2,514
COMPASS VISTA SOLUTIONS LLC CAMERON 3 3 $535
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES JASPER 39 80 $3,851
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES- JASPER 5 6 $71
COMPREHENSIVE OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY OF GRANBURY- HOOD 11 14 $654
CONCHO COUNTY HOSPITAL CONCHO 6 7 $129
CORELLO, ROXANNE HARRIS 1 1 $2
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY NUECES 739 870 $48,286
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SFY2008
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY-CORPUS CHRISTI NUECES COUNTNUECES 431 1,020 $50,487
CORYELL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CORYELL 1 1 $49
COSTELLO, JOHN J BASTROP 11 14 $1,346
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM LUBBOCK 1 1 $560
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM-COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 2 2 $99
COVENANT MEDICAL GROUP LUBBOCK 18 21 $1,522
COVINGTON KARL KMDPA HARRIS 2 2 $129
CREEL, NICHOLAS B BRAZORIA 1 3 $94
CRNA ASSOCIATES INC EL PASO 5 5 $941
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-EASTLAND COMMUNITY HEALT EASTLAND 1 1 $202
CROSS, BRUCE A OUT OF STATE 4 11 $921
CTMF INC TRAVIS 8 11 $853
CUADRA, FERNANDO L HARRIS 1 1 $81
CUERO MEDICAL ASSOCIATES PA DEWITT 2 2 $82
CYPRESS FAMILY PRACTICE PA HARRIS 1 2 $18
CYPRESS OB GYN HARRIS 1 1 $81
CYTO SPECIALTY LABORATORIES BEXAR 2,603 3,675 $144,832
CYTOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF HARRIS 1 1 $25
D DEBRA ROGERS MD PA BEXAR 9 11 $1,067
DAGOBERTO MARTINEZ MD PA-CLINICA SANTA MARIA CAMERON 131 440 $23,601
DALEY, HEARTHER A HIDALGO 6 10 $285
DALLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT DALLAS 911 970 $86,923
DAN STEWART MD PA BROWN 1 1 $9
DANDADE, USHA P EL PASO 5 5 $295
DANIELLE J JIMENEZ FLORES MD PA HIDALGO 2 2 $89
DARRYL C HARRIS MD PA JEFFERSON 2 2 $123
DAVID P HERNANDEZ MD PA HIDALGO 5 5 $390
DAVIS, DONALD J TARRANT 6 8 $333
DAVIS, RANDALL K MIDLAND 2 2 $107
DAWSON, DANIEL D BRAZOS 2 2 $648
DCF-ABILENE PHYSICIAN GROUP TAYLOR 37 49 $5,920
DE LA GUARDIA, ALBERTO E NUECES 13 14 $3,186
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL MEDDEAF SMITH 1 1 $510
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL MEDDEAF SMITH 4 6 $401
DEAF SMITH GEN HOSP ER PHYS-HEREFORD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENDEAF SMITH 2 3 $852
DECATUR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER WISE 3 5 $602
DEL VALLE HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 1 1 $41
DELEON'S WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE CLINIC PA-DR DELEON'S WOMEN'SDALLAS 5 7 $280
DELUCA, ROBERT C EASTLAND 3 4 $142
DENISE I LEONARD MD PA- HARRIS 7 9 $280
DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES-LAB TRAVIS 100 111 $953
DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY-DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY ASSOCIA JEFFERSON 43 46 $4,826
DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF LONGVIEW PA-DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC LONGVIEWGREGG 35 91 $4,490
DIAZ, HORACIO A WEBB 1 1 $62
DIAZ, PEDRO S NUECES 5 11 $1,240
DIONNE D OLIVER MD PA-TOTAL WOMENS HEALTH OF ORANGE ORANGE 11 19 $1,623
DIPIKA S AMBANI MD PLLC HARRIS 5 5 $348
DOCTORS HOSPITAL 1997 LP-DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL TIDWELL HARRIS 1 1 $585
DOCTORS HOSPITAL AT RENAISSANCE LTD HIDALGO 6 6 $3,282
DOCTORS SURGICENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
DONALD CHAD SIMMONS MD PA-CHAD SIMMONS MD PA DALLAS 1 1 $34
DONALD L BLAIR MD PA DALLAS 2 2 $240
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SFY2008
DONNELL-KOWAL, JENIFER R HAYS 4 6 $185
DOSS, DAVID R BRAZOS 1 1 $53
DOUGHTIE, JAMES D HOPKINS 9 14 $854
DOUGLAS R SHELTON MD PA DBA TOTAL WOMEN CARE-TOTAL WOMEPOTTER 3 3 $148
DOWDY, CHRISTOPH P JEFFERSON 1 1 $90
DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA MD PA-DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA PA WEBB 4 5 $250
DR JOHN J HALL MD BRAZOS 1 1 $77
DR RUBEN ALEMAN AND ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 2 2 $95
DRIGGS, SHANE C CAMERON 2 2 $190
DRISCOLL CHILDRENS HOSPITAL NUECES 1 1 $126
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP NUECES 6 8 $923
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP-DRISCOLL MATNUECES 9 10 $587
DRS E QUIROS AND C QUIROS HUTCHINSON 1 1 $81
DUBLIN FAMILY MEDICINE ERATH 1 2 $56
DUFF, DIANA S HARRIS 2 2 $202
DURAN, DONNA JOHNSON 1 1 $28
DURAYAPPAH, AMARASEEL S HARRIS 6 10 $408
DX INC MIDLAND 12 12 $444
EADS, GREGORY L HARRIS 2 3 $142
EAST AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER-EAST AUSTIN CHC TRAVIS 9 9 $1,735
EAST END MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 2 2 $43
EAST HOUSTON ANESTHESIA PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $255
EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOC-EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOCIATIOHARRIS 4 6 $315
EAST TEXAS ANESTHESIOLOGY AS SMITH 1 1 $178
EAST TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE ANDERSON 3 5 $247
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL ALLIANCE-FIRST MED CHOICE ANDERSON 10 16 $1,286
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER SMITH 4 7 $828
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER ATHENS-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTEHENDERSON 1 1 $577
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CARTHAGE PANOLA 11 11 $362
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CROCKETT HOUSTON 8 10 $871
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER FIRST PHYSICIANS SMITH 3 4 $219
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER JACKSONVILLE-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CHEROKEE 3 3 $1,610
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENT PANOLA 27 35 $2,738
EAST TEXAS PATHOLOGY PA JEFFERSON 3 3 $78
ECTOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL ECTOR 3 4 $1,201
EDINBURG OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY HIDALGO 116 170 $20,243
EDUARDO E ROBLES EMANUELLI MD PA- HIDALGO 2 3 $174
EDWARD LEE HOLT DO PA TAYLOR 9 12 $1,957
EDWARDS G RUSSELL MD PA-EDWARDS G RUSSELL MD PA HARRIS 3 4 $863
EL CENTRO DE CORAZON EASTWOOD CLINIC-EL CENTRO DE CORAZOHARRIS 1 1 $173
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO BEXAR 410 650 $93,961
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO-EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO INC BEXAR 169 186 $23,480
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-RE THOMASON GENERAL HOS EL PASO 198 199 $3,074
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTEREL PASO 2,488 3,110 $66,313
EL PASO WOMENS HEALTHCARE CE EL PASO 3 10 $543
EL-ASFOURI, SOUHAIL A TRAVIS 4 8 $1,103
ELIA FANOUS MD PA DALLAS 3 4 $686
ELIUD ACEVEDO MD PLLC WEBB 11 12 $531
ELIZONDO, ROY J BEXAR 10 10 $400
ELLINGTON MEMORIAL CLINIC-ELLINGTON MEM CLINIC CASS 51 60 $4,353
ELLISON, SUZANNE GILLESPIE 1 1 $53
ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ MD PA LUBBOCK 2 2 $119
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SFY2008
ERAJ, UMMEED A HARRIS 2 3 $95
ETMC HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES-FIRST PHYSICIANS CHEROKEE 1 1 $53
EVELINA V ALCALEN MD PA TARRANT 1 3 $147
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC FALLS 1 1 $10
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC-FCHC RUCKER CLINIC MCLENNAN 1 1 $56
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE DOCTORS CLINIC FALLS 1 1 $82
FAMILY CARE CENTER PECOS 14 22 $1,617
FAMILY DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL CENTER HILL 7 7 $1,682
FAMILY FIRST MEDICAL CENTER PA- HIDALGO 1 1 $34
FAMILY FUTURES PA HARRIS 17 22 $1,014
FAMILY HEALTH CARE CLINIC DENTON 252 488 $28,068
FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC-FAMILY HEALTH CENTER ECTOR 10 13 $385
FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER WARD 2 3 $577
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC OF NORTH DALLAS DALLAS 2 2 $80
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-BRUTON ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIAT DALLAS 11 21 $930
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-SOUTHWEST DALLAS FAMILY MEDICAL ASSDALLAS 2 4 $228
FAMILY MEDICAL CTR UT HIDALGO 3 5 $220
FAMILY MEDICINE RURAL HEALTH LAMPASAS 16 18 $901
FAMILY PLANING-TDH-FAMILY PLANNING-DHS EL PASO 54 55 $2,189
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO- BEXAR 67 69 $6,537
FAMILY PLANNING SAN ANGELO TOM GREEN 10 11 $1,004
FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOC PA KERR 2 2 $150
FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER MCLENNAN 27 30 $2,090
FAR NORTH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER- TRAVIS 13 13 $2,499
FARMERSVILLE MEDICAL CENTER COLLIN 51 52 $6,461
FEMALE SPECIALTY CARE INC DALLAS 59 99 $8,152
FERCOWICZ, ANDREW J ANGELINA 2 2 $70
FERNANDEZ, JOSE R HIDALGO 9 19 $2,020
FIELD, TIMOTHY E CHEROKEE 4 6 $1,358
FLORENCE, LEWIS HARRIS 1 1 $101
FORD, DINSDALE W HARRIS 11 14 $878
FORT BEND FAMILY HEALTH CTR FORT BEND 158 232 $48,140
FORT BEND OB/GYN LLP FORT BEND 2 2 $122
FORT DAVIS FAMILY PRACTICE PA JEFF DAVIS 9 10 $729
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER MAVERICK 3 3 $632
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-FORT DUNCAN MEDICAL MAVERICK 2 2 $1,073
FOUNDATION SURGERY CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO LLP-PHYSICIANS ABEXAR 1 1 $525
FOX CLINIC CHILDRESS 64 103 $7,228
FRANCISCO J CALICA MD PA- BEE 1 1 $53
FREDERICKSBURG FAMILY CLINIC PA-CORNERSTONE CLINIC GILLESPIE 3 4 $181
FRESNO ARCOLA FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC-FRESNO-ARCOLA FAMILY MFORT BEND 2 2 $175
FRIGO, JANICE E POTTER 2 2 $37
FRONTERA HEALTHCARE NETWORK MENARD 3 3 $382
GALINDO, CONRADO G VAL VERDE 4 6 $408
GARCIA, JUAN M CAMERON 3 5 $676
GARCIA, LUIS M CAMERON 6 6 $56
GARCIA, LUIS R BEXAR 2 2 $776
GARCIA, RAUL G BEXAR 1 1 $48
GARCIA, SAMUEL T HIDALGO 4 5 $790
GARCIA-ARECHA, LUIS A BEXAR 2 3 $169
GARFIELD, HERBERT I LASALLE 3 3 $253
GARZA, PABLO G VICTORIA 2 2 $110
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GASKIN, CHARLES D HARRISON 7 8 $354
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-CENTRAL CLINIC WEBB 33 42 $1,846
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-SOUTH CLINIC WEBB 3 5 $208
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-THE GATEWAY COMMUNITY WEBB 50 66 $11,521
GAYLE, ROSALYN A HARRIS 26 28 $3,030
GEORGE D HILLIARD MD PA- BEXAR 6 8 $872
GEORGE T KUHN MD PA HARRIS 3 4 $250
GHASSAN N FANOUS MD PA-GHASSAN FANOUS MD PA ECTOR 5 5 $182
GIDMEC LP- LEE 1 1 $12
GLEN I FEINSTEIN MD PA BEXAR 4 4 $143
GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC ASSOC-GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC CASS 25 37 $1,801
GOLDEN PLAINS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CLINIC-GOLDEN PLAINS CHUTCHINSON 12 13 $870
GONZALES HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-GONZALES GONZALES 1 1 $510
GONZALEZ, JUAN M JEFFERSON 1 1 $210
GONZALEZ-DICKSON, JUAN J HIDALGO 21 25 $1,147
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CTR GREGG 7 7 $3,940
GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICIANS SERVICES-GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICIAGREGG 3 5 $117
GOODALL WITCHER HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION-CLIFTON MEDICAL CLBOSQUE 2 2 $193
GORSKI, TIMOTHY N TARRANT 7 7 $1,459
GOWEN ROSE M MD CAMERON 4 8 $272
GPCH LLC-GOLDEN PLAINS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL HUTCHINSON 2 2 $111
GRACIA MEDICAL LLP-BOHMAN CLINIC DEWITT 3 4 $243
GRAHAM TIME PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $56
GRANADOS, RODOLFO V BEXAR 1 1 $515
GRAND PARKWAY FAMILY PRACTICE CLINIC PA HARRIS 3 3 $173
GRAYSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPT GRAYSON 102 198 $10,691
GREATER DALLAS HEALTHCARE ENTERPRISES DALLAS 1 1 $75
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA HARRIS 5 5 $807
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA-GREATER HOUSTON ANESHARRIS 3 3 $504
GREATER NW HOUSTON ENTERPRISES- HARRIS 1 2 $517
GREATER ORANGE WOMEN'S CENTER ORANGE 4 6 $1,156
GREER, RUTH E DALLAS 1 1 $75
GREGGS, SHARON E DALLAS 1 1 $52
GREGORIS E NUNEZ MD PA HIDALGO 20 25 $1,732
GRETCHEN M VELASCO MD PA- HIDALGO 9 21 $1,977
GRIEDER, KEVIN T GUADALUPE 4 4 $86
GUADALUPE VALLEY WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER PA GUADALUPE 44 60 $5,086
GUERRA, JOHN R HIDALGO 8 11 $1,617
GUERRINI, JOSEPH B HARRIS 1 1 $38
GUILLIAMS, STEPHEN E HARRIS 22 25 $2,954
GUILLORY, JEFFREY J HARDIN 3 6 $273
GULF COAST HEALTH CENTER INC- JEFFERSON 20 21 $3,190
GULF SHORE ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA-GULF SHORE ANESTHESIANUECES 5 5 $938
GURAV, RAMCHANDRA S BOWIE 1 1 $80
GUTIERREZ, J SANTIAGO WEBB 7 14 $709
GUTIERREZ, MARCO A HIDALGO 3 4 $187
GYN PATH SERVICES INC EL PASO 6 7 $320
GYNICS ASSOCIATES TRAVIS 1 1 $53
HAECKLER, CHRISTOPHER R HOUSTON 8 21 $1,406
HAGEN, JEFF E BASTROP 4 4 $299
HAMILTON GENERAL HOSPITAL HAMILTON 1 1 $9
HANES, MICHELLE A HARRIS 1 3 $128
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
HANNA, JOHN B HOCKLEY 2 2 $640
HANSON, ROBERT E JEFFERSON 26 57 $8,155
HANY H AHMED MD PA HARRIS 21 30 $4,027
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASS CAMERON 12 12 $1,649
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASS CAMERON 12 12 $1,989
HARLINGEN MEDICAL CENTER LP CAMERON 2 2 $1,102
HARLINGEN OB-GYN ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 41 75 $6,880
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 234 425 $28,284
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT- HARRIS 6 6 $278
HARRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HARRIS COUNTY HOSP DISTRICHARRIS 4 4 $187
HARRIS EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 4 4 $235
HARRIS METHODIST FORT WORTH-HARRIS HOSPITAL TARRANT 1 1 $582
HARRIS, NORMAN ECTOR 17 22 $2,046
HARRISON, LUTRICIA A HARRIS 3 5 $355
HASAN, FERHAT M HARRIS 16 17 $1,265
HAWKINS, KIMBERLY HARRIS 21 25 $1,223
HAWKINS, WILLIAM N JEFFERSON 35 44 $2,295
HAYS COUNTY HEALTH HAYS 2 4 $185
HAYS, BARRETT K BEXAR 4 5 $324
HAZEM EL ZUFARI MD PA-HAZEN EL ZUFARI MD PA HARRIS 2 6 $256
HCA SOUTH ARLINGTON MED CTR TARRANT 2 2 $1,164
HCHD INTERNAL MEDICINE HARRIS 1 1 $38
HCHD OB/GYN HARRIS 1 1 $70
HEALTH & WELLNESS CLINIC PA HARRIS 1 1 $9
HEALTH TEXAS PROVIDER NETWORK-BAYLOR FAMILY MEDICAL CENTROCKWALL 1 1 $48
HEALTH TEXAS PROVIDER NETWORK-NORTH TEXAS HEALTH CARE ASDALLAS 1 1 $31
HEALTHTEXAS PROVIDER NETWORK- TARRANT 1 1 $53
HEALTHY WOMAN, PA BEXAR 10 15 $688
HEARN, DONALD R HARRIS 3 3 $145
HEART OF TEXAS COMMUNITY MCLENNAN 10 11 $1,856
HEART OF TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE PA BROWN 1 2 $141
HECTOR R. TREVINO MD PA- MAVERICK 1 2 $106
HENDERSON MEM HOSP ANES GRP RUSK 1 1 $156
HENDERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL RUSK 3 3 $583
HER HEALTHCARE LLP HARRIS 2 5 $1,046
HERCARE WOMENS SPECIALTY CLNIC OF BONHAM PA-HERCARE WOMGRAYSON 4 6 $1,276
HEREFORD HEALTH CLINIC DEAF SMITH 1 1 $50
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS A HARRIS 4 7 $362
HERNANDEZ, ERNESTO BEXAR 11 24 $862
HIDALGO COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HIDALGO 170 426 $16,700
HIGHWAY 30 FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER PA-HIGHWAY 30 FAMILY MEDICTARRANT 1 2 $57
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-CAMERON FAMMILAM 78 90 $6,715
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-COPPERAS COCORYELL 161 222 $11,342
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HILLSBORO FAHILL 56 66 $4,184
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-SAN SABA FAMSAN SABA 576 836 $55,388
HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL-HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL HOSP GILLESPIE 187 295 $19,885
HILL COUNTRY OB/GYN ASSOC PA TRAVIS 1 2 $18
HILL, WELTON E AUSTIN 3 3 $102
HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER-HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL MCLENNAN 2 2 $991
HILLCROFT MED CLINIC ASSN HARRIS 5 5 $299
HILLCROFT PHYSICIANS PA HARRIS 13 31 $1,272
HILLIARD, ROBERT L BEXAR 3 6 $189
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
HISEL, CHRISTOPHER G TERRY 1 1 $53
HOBSON, DAVID W FORT BEND 7 9 $585
HOEFELMANN, RICHARD W PALO PINTO 7 9 $489
HOERSTER CLINIC LLANO 51 71 $3,891
HOFMANN, JAMES C HARRIS 16 16 $813
HOHENSTEIN, JACOBO Q HIDALGO 5 9 $372
HOLMAN, NICOLE D DALLAS 1 1 $9
HONDO HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO DEVINE MEDINA 1 2 $114
HOOD MEDICAL GROUP HOOD 2 2 $85
HOPE WOMENS CLINIC PA- FORT BEND 4 4 $238
HORD, MICHAEL TERRY 1 3 $133
HOSSEIN GHANBANI MD PA WICHITA 5 8 $825
HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS INC- HARRIS 4 4 $633
HOUSTON EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA HOUSTON 4 4 $330
HOUSTON METROPOLITAN HARRIS 2 2 $470
HOUSTON NORTHWEST OPERATING COMPANY LLC-HOUSTON NORTHHARRIS 1 1 $585
HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCIATES-HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCAIATHARRIS 2 2 $95
HUFFMAN, LARRY W GREGG 1 3 $160
HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES-HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES INCJOHNSON 5 5 $419
HUGULEY PATHOLOGY CONSULTANT JOHNSON 2 2 $53
HUMANA HOSPITAL ABILENE TAYLOR 2 2 $1,129
INSTITUTE FOR WOMENS HEALTH BEXAR 109 148 $10,052
IRVING COPPELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA DALLAS 8 11 $435
IRVING WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER-DALLAS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRDALLAS 38 56 $3,655
J & J HEALTHCARE CLINIC DALLAS 2 3 $124
J AND D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLC-J & D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLCHARRIS 1 1 $170
J E GRAHAM PA- MOORE 9 18 $2,620
J KIRKLAND GRANT MD DALLAS 8 9 $952
JAFARIAN, ALI DALLAS 1 1 $60
JAFARNIA, MOHAMED R HARRIS 1 1 $53
JAMES-AYANRU, MARIE D TARRANT 9 11 $217
JANOWITZ, DAVID H HARRIS 16 20 $2,361
JANSA, CAROLYN S DEAF SMITH 6 6 $528
JAROD MENDEZ MD PA- CAMERON 12 18 $1,004
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-BUNA CLINIC JASPER 65 98 $4,689
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-JASPER NEWTOJASPER 184 268 $16,079
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KIRBYVILLE CLINJASPER 94 131 $5,909
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-NEWTON CLINICNEWTON 52 74 $3,576
JEARALD AND LINDA HEFLIN MD PA ERATH 1 2 $82
JEFF M LIVINGSTON MD PC- DALLAS 9 15 $2,272
JEFFREYS, CHARLES A BEXAR 2 2 $70
JENKINS, TARYLL L HARRIS 13 14 $995
JENNIFER M ARZOLA MD PA BEXAR 2 3 $189
JIMMY SCOTT ELLIS DO PA- GRAY 1 1 $81
JOHN PETER SMITH HOSPITAL TARRANT 3 4 $149
JOHNS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE HEALTH CENTER AT JOHNS COMMWILLIAMSON 6 7 $385
JOHNSON, JESSE B WILLIAMSON 10 16 $2,227
JOHOL C. CHAN DO- WEBB 10 10 $562
JONES, LILLIAN M BEXAR 3 3 $124
JONES, PATSY TRAVIS 1 1 $73
JOSE COHEN MD PA-VALLEY WOMENS CLINIC HARLINGEN PA CAMERON 44 84 $4,836
JOSE V. BONILLA MD AND ASSOC- BEXAR 19 50 $4,162
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP INC-JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP, INC TARRANT 1 1 $20
JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD PA-JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD. PHIDALGO 4 4 $224
JUNE WILLIAMS COLMAN MD PA HARRIS 36 46 $4,017
KABIR, MOHAMMED W HARRIS 3 3 $116
KAPASI, MOSHIN BEXAR 31 39 $3,616
KAREN G CORNETT MD PA GILLESPIE 3 4 $166
KARIMJEE, NAJMUDDIN K HARRIS 3 3 $155
KAUFMAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 85 87 $10,805
KAYWIN M CARTER MD ANGELINA 3 3 $645
KEISHA L LOFTIN MD PA BEXAR 22 35 $2,773
KEITH I.G. SPOONER AND ASSOCIATES-KEITH I.G.SPOONER MD LIBERTY 24 30 $1,443
KELLUM FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 33 49 $5,026
KELLY, RICHARD J HOUSTON 5 10 $664
KEMPER, EDDIE P BELL 29 36 $1,997
KENDRA L THORN MD PA COMAL 2 2 $70
KERN, JAMES H HARRIS 8 10 $1,247
KERR COUNTY OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA-KERR COUNTY OB/GYN ASSOKERR 7 12 $1,028
KEVIN R WADDELL MD PA JEFFERSON 14 17 $1,056
KIANI-KHOZANI, GHOLAM A HIDALGO 22 28 $3,464
KIMBERLY CARTER MD PA TRAVIS 1 1 $73
KIMBLE HOSPITAL KIMBLE 1 1 $24
KINGS DAUGHTERS CLINIC BELL 7 11 $346
KINGWOOD PLAZA HOSPITAL HARRIS 1 1 $585
KLENZ, MARY E HIDALGO 6 8 $893
KNOX FAMILY WELLNESS CLINIC PA- KNOX 1 2 $135
KODACK, STEPHANIE L TRAVIS 1 1 $81
KOKILA P PARIKH MD PA HARRIS 3 3 $656
KRAVETZ, JAMES H DALLAS 1 1 $53
KRISHNAN, ELIZABETH G HIDALGO 2 3 $215
KRISHNAN, VIJAY K JEFFERSON 1 1 $210
KRISHNASWAMY, KANNAPPAN AUSTIN 2 3 $156
LA BLANCA FAMILY CLINIC INC HIDALGO 1 1 $66
LA ESPERANZA CLINIC, INC-LA CLINIC ESPERANZA INC TOM GREEN 3 3 $507
LA STRAP, RHODESIA N TARRANT 2 5 $634
LABORATORY CORP OF AMERICA HOLDINGS-LABORATORY CORP OF OUT OF STATE 2 2 $207
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HIDALGO 1,007 1,155 $72,369
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA-NATIONAL HEALTH LABORDALLAS 479 813 $34,424
LACKRITZ, RICHARD M BEXAR 1 1 $34
LADAGE, F S RUSK 1 1 $10
LADONNA P RUTLEDGE MD PA MATAGORDA 8 11 $527
LAGUNAS, YOLANDA EL PASO 18 21 $2,069
LAJOYA NEIGHBORHOOD DOCTOR-NORMA L CAVAZOS SALAS DO HIDALGO 2 2 $140
LAKELAND MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HENDERSON 12 17 $1,316
LAKEWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 26 38 $3,071
LANDRUM-CHESTER OB-GYN ASSOC HIDALGO 9 9 $471
LANGHAM III, CHARLES G TARRANT 1 1 $9
LAREDO FAMILY PLANNING SVC WEBB 631 1,182 $61,169
LAREDO OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA- WEBB 8 13 $1,533
LARRY K MILNER MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $600
LATHAM, MIA L LUBBOCK 9 22 $2,272
LAWRENCE, NEAL C COLLIN 1 1 $53
LEAL, ENRIQUE A BRAZORIA 1 1 $10
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SFY2008
LEAL, RAMIRO HIDALGO 2 2 $120
LEDOUX, LANCE L HAYS 17 19 $1,049
LEE, CHIN H HARRIS 12 13 $2,464
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES-MONTROSE CLINIC INC HARRIS 16 21 $1,081
LEHMANN, DEBORAH K TARRANT 4 5 $724
LEIBOLD, DAVID G BEXAR 1 2 $3,275
LEONG, DANIEL K DALLAS 1 1 $48
LESTER, R ANTON SMITH 2 2 $129
LHC FAMILY MEDICINE- LAMB 23 38 $2,245
LIBSON, DAVID S ECTOR 1 1 $48
LIRA, NOE NUECES 12 15 $1,983
LISA ROUSE MD PA KERR 3 3 $210
LIVINGSTON, JEFF M DALLAS 4 5 $1,104
LOBAUGH, MARK BELL 5 7 $792
LONE STAR ANESTHESIA CONSULT POTTER 1 1 $179
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 125 149 $22,532
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LSCC OB/GYN WILLIAMSON 58 72 $11,149
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-ROUND ROCK COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 49 60 $9,326
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC MONTGOMERY 19 20 $1,264
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-LONE STAR COMMUNITY H MONTGOMERY 1 1 $160
LONE STAR OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 79 104 $8,538
LONG, DONALD P JEFFERSON 2 4 $660
LONGVIEW WELLNESS CENTER INC-WELLNESS POINTE GREGG 600 667 $60,371
LORD JR EDWARD A MD PA HARRIS 13 13 $1,170
LORI GORE GREEN DO PA-LORI GORE-GREEN DO PA DENTON 1 1 $70
LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS DALLAS 5 5 $543
LOUIS, ALFRED R HARRIS 2 3 $100
LOWRY, MADISON D COMAL 3 3 $143
LSU MEDICAL CENTER OUT OF STATE 1 1 $9
LUNA, JOSEPH H BEXAR 1 1 $48
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST LYNN 44 91 $6,483
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL-LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT LYNN 6 6 $208
LYONS, CALVIN J HARRIS 3 3 $23
MADJITEY, GEORGE E HARRIS 3 3 $124
MAHAN, MILES E HARRIS 3 3 $186
MAIA DANIELSON MD PA CAMERON 2 4 $151
MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC.-MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC GALVESTON 1 1 $21
MALLIK, SUBODH K PECOS 15 51 $2,871
MANOR HEALTH FACILITY-MANOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC TRAVIS 3 3 $572
MARADANI, SARITA TRAVIS 2 2 $119
MARIA CHRISTINA MADRID MD PA-MADRID FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 1 1 $120
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA HIDALGO 2 2 $55
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA- HIDALGO 10 13 $654
MARINO, BARBARA D HARRIS 1 2 $85
MARIO M PADILLA MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $52
MARK E NICHOLS MD PA- MONTGOMERY 1 1 $585
MARK L ELDORE MD PA-ATHENS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CENTER HENDERSON 79 119 $10,440
MARSHALL HEALTH SERVICES HARRISON 8 11 $721
MARSHALL, JUNE G HARRIS 24 34 $2,355
MARTHA E SCHMITZ MD PC TRAVIS 1 2 $498
MARTINDALE, TIMITHY D MCLENNAN 1 1 $53
MARTINEZ, JESUS L EL PASO 5 6 $394
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
MARTINEZ, RAYMOND ECTOR 5 6 $266
MARTINEZ, RICHARD E KENDALL 1 1 $9
MASCORRO, WHITNEY V TAYLOR 1 1 $15
MATAGORDA EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA-MATAGORDA EMATAGORDA 1 1 $81
MATAGORDA EPISCOPAL HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM- MATAGORDA 2 2 $58
MATHEWS, JESELLE A HIDALGO 15 20 $1,150
MATLOCK OB GYN ASSOC PA TARRANT 16 29 $4,461
MATTHEW ROMBERG MD PA WILLIAMSON 2 4 $1,143
MATTISON PATHOLOGY LLP-AVERO DIAGNOSTICS LUBBOCK 4 6 $376
MAXIE C. SPROTT II, MD PA JEFFERSON 37 75 $5,864
MAYO, DAWN G BEXAR 10 13 $624
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA HIDALGO 1 1 $190
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA-MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONHIDALGO 1 1 $186
MCCAIN, STEFANIE B TAYLOR 8 17 $985
MCCLANAHAN, MARK L HALE 1 1 $62
MCCRAW, RONALD K JEFFERSON 2 2 $202
MCCULLOUGH, MICHAEL R DALLAS 1 1 $48
MCGHEE, ORSEL S KAUFMAN 14 19 $1,534
MCGUIRE, LINDA D MIDLAND 2 2 $131
MCLAUGHLIN, ROANE H COOKE 1 1 $34
MCLEAN, CATHY GALVESTON 1 1 $70
MCMINN, DENISE L POTTER 3 3 $58
MCMULLEN, CRAIG M SHELBY 1 1 $81
MED CURE PRIMARY CARE PHYSIC HARRIS 10 15 $586
MED PATH LABS INC GREGG 33 33 $970
MEDCARE ASSOCIATES PA MEDINA 1 2 $116
MEDICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 2 2 $251
MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO MEDINA 4 5 $286
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES LLC OUT OF STATE 8 8 $781
MEDICAL HEALTH LABORATORY HARRIS 1 1 $104
MEDICAL HOME PARTNERS-LA VERNIA LIGHTHOUSE HEALTHCARE WILSON 4 4 $831
MEDICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES BEXAR 48 66 $3,281
MEDICLINIC HARRIS 1 3 $103
MEDINA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL MEDINA 2 2 $112
MEDITIERRA INC- TRAVIS 1 1 $48
MEHTA, VIRENDRAK D WICHITA 16 25 $1,722
MELINDA J HISCOCK MD PA-MELINDA J HISCOCK MS PA GRAY 2 3 $160
MEMORIAL CITY CARDIOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $161
MEMORIAL FAMILY PRACTICE CTR FORT BEND 11 17 $653
MEMORIAL HERMANN HEALTHCARE HARRIS 2 2 $1,170
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN IMAGI HARRIS 1 1 $17
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN OUTPHARRIS 1 1 $44
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GONZALES 1 1 $175
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN AUGUSTINE SAN AUGUSTINE 2 2 $29
MENDOZA, JOE EL PASO 6 9 $444
MENN, NONA D D SAN PATRICIO 8 14 $4,178
METHODIST HOSPITAL LEVELLAND INC-COVENANT HOSPITAL LEVELL HOCKLEY 1 1 $10
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF DALLAS-METHODIST CHARLTON MEDICAL CDALLAS 5 5 $637
METHODIST HOSPITAL-SOUTHWEST TEX METHODIST HREV BEXAR 18 18 $9,831
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER ASC LP BEXAR 1 1 $525
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER-METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTERDALLAS 1 1 $10
METROPLUS OB GYN HARRIS 11 18 $576
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SFY2008
METROPOLITAN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS LLP DALLAS 1 1 $164
MEYER, JAMES R UVALDE 7 10 $2,330
MEZA, BERTHA A VAL VERDE 10 15 $635
MICHAEL D WILLIAMS MD PA POTTER 8 16 $2,221
MICHAEL D. GARCIA , MD, PA-MICHAEL D GARCIA MD PA BEXAR 17 17 $1,461
MICHAEL E CADENA DO PA WALKER 1 1 $43
MICHAEL G SHAFFER MD PA- EL PASO 1 2 $148
MID COAST MEDICAL CLINIC WHARTON 5 5 $272
MID TEXAS HEALTH CARE ASSOCI GILLESPIE 3 3 $179
MID VALLEY FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES PA- HIDALGO 4 4 $343
MID-TOWN OB/GYN ASSOCIATES, HARRIS 3 4 $99
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES MIDLAND 103 130 $18,178
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES- MIDLAND 46 52 $7,335
MIDLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MIDLAND 7 7 $2,436
MIDTOWN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 5 6 $264
MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNING INC-MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNINGINC BROWN 63 135 $6,641
MIGUEL, BRENO L HARRIS 3 4 $176
MIHIA SATURDAY PRENATAL ECTOR 226 417 $32,391
MILLENNIUM WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HARRIS 1 1 $53
MINCK, RORY N HIDALGO 3 5 $148
MIRO, RAMON E HARRIS 1 1 $81
MISKELL, MELISSA H COMAL 1 1 $48
MITCHELL B HUGHSTON MD CAMERON 7 12 $803
MONTALVO, JUAN F WEBB 13 18 $2,243
MONTANARO, LOUIS DALLAS 1 1 $564
MONTANEZ, GUILLERMO L HIDALGO 3 8 $1,026
MONTGOMERY, CURTIS E WALKER 2 3 $691
MOONAT, SUNITA HARRIS 1 1 $4
MOORE COUNTY HOSPITAL-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MOORE 1 1 $537
MOORE, VIVIAN C ROCKWALL 4 6 $257
MOORE, WILLIAM A OUT OF STATE 1 2 $634
MOREANO, WALTER F HARRIS 7 7 $324
MORTON L RUBIN DO PA-TOTAL CARE MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $53
MOSES, CHARLES R JEFFERSON 26 37 $5,059
MOTHER FRANCES HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE 3 5 $224
MPL, INC- GREGG 4 4 $100
MT ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC RUSK 3 4 $310
NANCY NAGHAVI DO PA-FAMILY CARE PLUS REHAB HARRIS 1 1 $23
NAYAK, SATISH ANDREWS 1 1 $62
NELLSCH, VERNER O POLK 30 34 $2,050
NELLUM, CONNIE DALLAS 2 3 $127
NEMA I UWAYDAH MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $43
NEPTUNE EMERGENCY SERVICES PA HARRIS 2 4 $274
NEW BRAUNFELS OB/GYN COMAL 2 2 $79
NEWTON FAMILY CLINIC NEWTON 12 16 $472
NGUYEN, JENNIFER T HARRIS 1 1 $23
NIKKI A WALDEN MD PA DALLAS 1 1 $75
NIX MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-NIX HEALTH CARE SYSTEM BEXAR 6 6 $3,312
NOCONA MEDICAL CLINIC MONTAGUE 6 10 $544
NORMA A IGLESIAS MD & ASSOC HIDALGO 1 1 $62
NORTH CENTRAL TEX MED FOUND-WILSON FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC WICHITA 921 1,707 $96,798
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL FOUNDATION-WICHITA FALLS FAMI WICHITA 6 9 $461
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PA-NORTH HOUSTON ANEST HARRIS 3 3 $505
NORTH HOUSTON EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS ASSOC HARRIS 1 2 $115
NORTH TEXAS OB-GYN ASSOC DENTON 7 11 $1,650
NORTHEAST AUSTIN HEALTH CTR TRAVIS 11 11 $2,093
NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 6 8 $1,063
NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES-NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATESHARRIS 1 1 $43
NORTHEAST OB/GYN ASSOCPLLC BEXAR 49 78 $7,218
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMETITUS 23 27 $4,233
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMETITUS 2 2 $150
NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH-NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTHDALLAS 10 15 $1,304
NORTHWEST ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN SERVICE-NORTHWEST ANEHARRIS 3 3 $405
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL POTTER 31 36 $3,097
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL DPOTTER 1 1 $558
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-WOMENS AND CHILDRENS HEALPOTTER 10 10 $318
NORTHWEST NURSE PRACTITIONERS CLINIC LLC HARRIS 1 1 $76
NOVOA, JULIO C EL PASO 21 43 $5,010
NUECES COUNTY MEDICAL EDUCATI-NUECES COUNTY MEDICAL NUECES 10 11 $893
NUECES COUNTY WOMEN'S CLINIC-CORPUS CHRISTI WOMENS CLINICNUECES 86 133 $13,506
NULIA-CROUSE, RICHARD F HARRIS 1 1 $34
OAK HILL HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 1 1 $193
OAKBEND MEDICAL GROUP FORT BEND 1 1 $70
OAKWOOD ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATE WILLIAMSON 1 1 $137
OAKWOOD SURGERY CENTER- WILLIAMSON 2 2 $980
OATES, MYRTLE HARRIS 12 21 $1,101
OB GYN ASSOC OF HENDERSON LLP-BROOKRIDGE MEDICAL CENTERGREGG 2 2 $85
OB GYN CARE PA HARRIS 2 2 $62
OB-GYN OF HOUSTON LLP HARRIS 35 45 $4,033
OB-GYN SPECIALIST OF LAREDO WEBB 22 25 $3,607
OBIORA M. EKWEANI, MD, PA-FRISCO URGENT CARE & CLINICS COLLIN 1 1 $53
OBSTETRICAL AND GYN ASSOC NUECES 33 59 $7,509
OBSTETRICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 8 9 $1,163
OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY ASSO DENTON 1 1 $44
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSO OF LAREDO PA-OBSTETRICS &WEBB 1 1 $0
OBUKOFE CHRISTIE E MD- HARRIS 18 24 $1,689
OCCUPATIONAL AND FAMILY MEDICINE OF SOUTH TEXAS HARRIS 1 1 $34
OCHILTREE GENERAL HOSPITAL OCHILTREE 1 1 $98
OCHILTREE HOSPITAL DISTRICT OCHILTREE 17 40 $3,529
ODESSA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-ODESSA REGIONAL HOSPITAL ECTOR 1 1 $555
OKOLI, OKEY BEXAR 29 42 $3,037
OLAYA, BERNARDO WICHITA 2 2 $146
OMEGA OB/GYN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTH ARLINGTON TARRANT 29 41 $2,244
ONDRIZEK, RICHARD R JOHNSON 4 4 $229
OSCAR GARZA MD FRIO 8 15 $636
OSCAR QUINTANA MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $34
PADILLA, GUILLERMO HARRIS 3 4 $160
PAGE, CINDY K SAN PATRICIO 5 9 $487
PAK, KRISTEN J WILSON 1 1 $56
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-PALESTINANDERSON 9 9 $412
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LP-PALESTINE REGIONAL MEDICANDERSON 26 38 $4,949
PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL PALO PINTO 1 1 $0
PALO PINTO HOSPITAL DISTRICT-BRIDGE TO HEALTH PALO PINTO 1 1 $152
PANHANDLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY-AMARILLO OB-GYN ASSPOTTER 3 5 $669
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
PAPPAS, GREGORY A MATAGORDA 25 57 $4,999
PARIS HEALTH CLINIC LAMAR 1 1 $41
PARK PLAZA ANESTHESIOLOGISTS HARRIS 4 4 $704
PARK PLAZA HOSPITAL HARRIS 1 1 $585
PARKER, DIANA L POTTER 2 2 $58
PARKEY, WENDELL W GAINES 7 8 $2,612
PARKLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DALLAS 8 8 $347
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 1 1 $46
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC RHC-PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 9 12 $573
PARTNERS IN OB GYN CARE PA HARRIS 1 1 $70
PASADENA WOMEN'S CENTER HARRIS 37 39 $3,390
PATE, ROBERT J ANDERSON 7 10 $549
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-. WICHITA 642 672 $18,092
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-PATHOLOGY ASSOC WWICHITA 1 1 $25
PATHOLOGY LABORATORY LLP CAMERON 2 2 $10
PATHOLOGY REFERENCE LAB BEXAR 354 364 $31,135
PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATES PA-PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATELAMAR 2 3 $265
PEA IN THE POD OB GYN ASSOCIATION BEXAR 3 3 $129
PEACHTREE MEDICAL PA HARRIS 1 2 $114
PEARCE CLINIC BREWSTER 3 6 $243
PECHE, WILLIAM BEXAR 3 3 $137
PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC INC TRAVIS 75 107 $4,611
PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC TRAVIS 90 145 $5,095
PERMIAN ANESTHESIA ASSOC ECTOR 1 1 $159
PERMIAN CLINICAL LABORATORY ECTOR 1 1 $29
PERMIAN WOMEN S CENTER PA-PERMIAN WOMEN'S CENTER PA ECTOR 35 64 $5,847
PETITT, MICHAEL A HARRIS 3 3 $229
PHAM, CHUONG H HARRIS 1 1 $70
PHAM, HAI H HARRIS 1 1 $38
PHILIPS, DUDLEY A GALVESTON 29 42 $1,796
PHONSOMBAT, SUPRANEE ANDERSON 1 1 $10
PHYNET INC GREGG 3 3 $174
PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTHWEST DALLAS DALLAS 6 7 $222
PHYSICIANS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES PA-PHYSICIANS HEALTHCAREEL PASO 1 1 $23
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY SERVICES HIDALGO 50 59 $2,960
PHYSICIANS NETWORK SERVICES LUBBOCK 2 3 $97
PICKEL, JOHN A TARRANT 27 46 $4,354
PINEDA AYESTA, RAMON A HARRIS 1 1 $56
PINEYWOODS OF EAST TEXAS ANGELINA 8 10 $452
PINNACLE ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA DALLAS 8 8 $1,445
PITRE, CLARENCE A EL PASO 13 18 $950
PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CASTRO 1 1 $25
PLAINS REGIONAL MEDICAL-PLAIN REGIONAL MEDICAL OUT OF STATE 1 1 $17
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSN LUBBOCK 805 1,918 $67,678
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-EDINBURG CENTER HIDALGO 922 2,026 $108,927
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-LAS MILPAS CENTER- PHARR HIDALGO 49 64 $3,305
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MCALLEN CENTER HIDALGO 1,389 2,982 $150,904
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MISSION CLINIC HIDALGO 704 1,570 $83,550
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PHARR CENTER HIDALGO 24 35 $2,163
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PROGRESO COMMUNITY CLINIC HIDALGO 19 20 $964
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-RIO GRANDE CITY CLINIC STARR 381 744 $36,549
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-WESLACO CENTER HIDALGO 791 1,723 $106,166
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLAN CAMERON 681 1,434 $59,229
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLAN CAMERON 47 77 $3,926
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLAN WILLACY 114 256 $10,598
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-SOUTCAMERON 331 695 $26,785
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CTR OF EL PASO-PLANNED PARENTHOOD CEEL PASO 1,681 4,690 $138,784
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-. FORT BEND 5,363 10,024 $1,157,011
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET FANNIN CLINIC HARRIS 2,768 4,755 $594,473
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET SOUTHWEST CLINHARRIS 880 1,555 $194,491
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHMCLENNAN 1,719 3,657 $213,868
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH TEXAS INC- DALLAS 5,837 15,163 $635,765
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 81 125 $8,638
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 2,043 4,886 $255,988
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF TEXAS TRAVIS 648 988 $64,589
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-MIDLAND CLINIC MIDLAND 419 794 $39,490
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-ODESSA CLINIC ECTOR 505 976 $55,850
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-PLANNED PARENTHOOD ABTAYLOR 365 646 $33,627
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-SAN ANGELO CLINIC TOM GREEN 762 1,335 $66,657
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SEXUAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES-FAMILY PLABEXAR 4,718 11,041 $480,136
PLAZA ANESTHESIA GROUP PLLC BEXAR 1 1 $198
PLAZA OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 9 9 $426
PLEASANT GROVE FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC PA DALLAS 3 4 $361
POOL, STANLEY J HARRIS 4 8 $407
POPE, DONALD D BROWN 1 1 $34
PORTLAND IMAGING CENTER, LTD-NORTHSHORE MEDICAL IMAGING SAN PATRICIO 2 2 $149
POWERS, CATHY L POTTER 1 2 $116
PRASUNA SAJJA MD PA-CARE WELLNESS AND WEIGHT MGMT CLINIC HARRIS 3 7 $262
PRATUMRAT, PAIROJ HUNT 1 2 $546
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING INC-COLLINGSWORTH FAMILY MEDICCOLLINGSWORTH 3 7 $374
PREMIER ANESTHESIA OF CORPUS CHRISTI PA- NUECES 1 1 $206
PRESSON, SUZANNE G GRAY 145 364 $19,421
PRICE, BRADLEY B TRAVIS 7 10 $539
PRICE, WILLIAM F BRAZOS 1 1 $81
PRIME CARE ASSOCIATION HIDALGO 1 1 $85
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 48 48 $6,256
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER-PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTE EL PASO 2 2 $375
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES DALLAS 60 88 $4,650
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES LLP TARRANT 2 2 $62
PROVIDENCE FAMILY PRACT HARRIS 6 10 $428
PROVIDENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EL PASO 3 3 $1,677
PRYOR, PAT MCLENNAN 2 2 $95
PUIG, MANUEL HIDALGO 1 1 $9
PULMONARY ASSOCIATES OF LUBBOCK-PULMONARY ASSOCIATES OFLUBBOCK 1 1 $70
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL DALLAS 98 108 $6,890
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL-QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL HARRIS 246 260 $3,942
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS # 1 1 $97
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL LABORATORIES INC-QUEST DIAGNOSTBEXAR 10 10 $244
QUEZADA, OSCAR R EL PASO 1 1 $70
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES NUECES 6 6 $448
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF ABILENE-RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF ATAYLOR 1 1 $8
RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $61
RAJENDER K SYAL MD PA- HARRIS 1 1 $48
RAMIREZ, PEDRO H TARRANT 1 1 $176
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
RAMSEY, J WESLEY JEFFERSON 2 2 $125
RASTOGI, SHASHI P TARRANT 6 14 $969
RATH, KALYAN K JASPER 3 4 $197
RATH, KERI L HARRIS 10 10 $617
REFUGIO COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT-REFUGIO CO MEM REFUGIO 1 1 $53
REFUGIO COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT REFUGIO 1 1 $24
REGENCE HEALTH NETWORK INC- POTTER 5 5 $718
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-COMMUNITY MEDI TOM GREEN 30 35 $3,554
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-REGIONAL EMPLONAVARRO 2 3 $79
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE-COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL BRAZOS 2 2 $71
REGIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORY VICTORIA 73 83 $3,755
REISS, ANH P HARRIS 28 28 $2,086
RENAISSANCE WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HIDALGO 25 42 $3,159
RETTIG FAMILY HEALTH CARE LIMESTONE 1 1 $9
REYES, ANTONIO D TITUS 9 12 $423
REYES, MARCUS A OUT OF STATE 1 1 $126
REYES, MATEO WEBB 2 2 $101
REYNOLDS, J PAUL COLEMAN 1 1 $23
RHEE, YONG W HARRIS 1 2 $86
RHODES, ERNESTO P MIDLAND 2 3 $780
RICHARD PHAM MD PA-FAMILY HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER JASPER 5 9 $803
RINN, PHILLIP C GUADALUPE 1 1 $53
RIO GRANDE NP INC-RIO GRANDE WOMENS CLINICS HIDALGO 9 13 $577
RIO GRANDE OB/GYN GROUP PA EL PASO 2 2 $67
RIO GRANDE VALLEY SERVICE-COMMUNITY REFERENCE LABORATORCAMERON 1 1 $12
RIOS, ANGEL M EL PASO 4 4 $224
RIVERBEND MEDICAL GROUP BASTROP 20 31 $3,181
RIVERO, ANGELINA A KAUFMAN 4 4 $670
RIVERWALK OB GYN PLLC BEXAR 58 128 $15,144
ROBERT E SCHORLEMER MD PA BEXAR 4 4 $236
ROBERT L STOCKBURGER LIMESTONE 3 3 $283
ROBERTS, GWENITA D DALLAS 5 9 $509
ROBY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC FISHER 37 91 $6,194
ROCKDALE BLACKHAWK LLC-RICHARDS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MILAM 1 1 $9
ROCKWALL COUNTY HELPING HANDS INC ROCKWALL 5 5 $235
RODRIGUEZ, VICTOR M HARRIS 1 1 $70
ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-ROLLING PLAINS MEM HOSP #4NOLAN 1 1 $537
ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL NOLAN 1 1 $180
ROLLING PLAINS PHYSICIANS NOLAN 10 25 $1,379
ROMERO, ARTURO BELL 1 1 $73
ROSEWOOD-ZARAGOSA HEALTH TRAVIS 4 4 $764
ROSSELL, DEBRA J VAN ZANDT 3 4 $166
ROTHWELL, RICHARD O TAYLOR 7 13 $1,290
ROUND ROCK HEALTH CLINIC WILLIAMSON 36 42 $6,296
RRV PATHOLOGY LAB PA-RRV PATHOLOGY LAB LAMAR 11 13 $877
RUBEN D BOCANEGRA MD PA- WEBB 2 3 $111
RURANGIRWA, CHARLES CAMERON 20 42 $3,861
SADLER CLINIC ASSOCIATION MONTGOMERY 1 1 $9
SAENZ MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 12 19 $1,038
SAGEBRUSH WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA DALLAS 7 9 $854
SAINT JOSEPH REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER-SAINT JOSEPHS HOSPITA BRAZOS 1 1 $560
SALDIVAR, JORGE A DALLAS 1 2 $619
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
SALIMAH CUMBER MD PA HARRIS 2 2 $18
SALINAS, MARIANO HIDALGO 4 6 $323
SAMI E CONSTANTINE MD ASSOCIATED DALLAS 5 5 $419
SAMUEL, DONALD R JASPER 4 5 $304
SAN ANGELO AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER LTD-SAN ANGELO AMBTOM GREEN 1 1 $503
SAN ANGELO COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER-SAN ANGELO COMMUNITTOM GREEN 1 1 $529
SAN BENITO MED ASSOC CAMERON 2 2 $82
SAN JACINTO METHODIST HOSP HARRIS 4 4 $1,291
SAN MARCOS OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PLLC-KOTESWARA R KHAYS 7 10 $1,404
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-INGLESIDE CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 226 587 $28,874
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-MATHIS CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 144 384 $19,768
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-SINTON CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 170 333 $17,130
SANCHEZ, VICENTE Y BEE 1 1 $53
SANCHEZ, WLFRANO A WEBB 2 2 $618
SANTA ROSA FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 2 2 $125
SASAN ASKARI MD PA TRAVIS 1 1 $34
SASIKALA HEMKUMAR, MD PA- TRAVIS 1 1 $70
SATIR AND SATIR PA NACOGDOCHES 2 3 $160
SCENIC MOUNTAIN MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 1 1 $12
SCHEEL NAYAR DO PA BEXAR 9 10 $664
SCHETTLER, HEINRICH G HARRIS 32 46 $3,144
SCHORLEMER, WENDELL C BEXAR 4 4 $215
SCOTT AND WHITE CLINIC BELL 43 66 $16,291
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BELL 58 59 $7,539
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- BELL 14 15 $2,092
SEAN WENGROFF MD-SEAN WENGROFF GALVESTON 16 20 $1,538
SEGUIN PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA GUADALUPE 34 34 $929
SELVAGGI, THOMAS C HUNT 1 1 $53
SEMPER ANESTHESIA LLC BEXAR 1 1 $137
SERNA, LINDA S DEAF SMITH 1 1 $585
SERRANO, CHRISTOPHER W BEXAR 15 19 $1,783
SERRANO, JUAN H HARRIS 1 1 $48
SEVEN OAKS WOMENS CENTER BEXAR 1 1 $51
SHANNON CLINIC TOM GREEN 33 46 $4,908
SHANNON JUNO MD PA- FAYETTE 2 2 $126
SHANNON MEDICAL CENTER TOM GREEN 1 1 $529
SHARPSTOWN MEDICAL CLINIC PA HARRIS 1 1 $9
SHERMAN, JOHN V WILLIAMSON 1 1 $34
SHERMAN, VINCENT A WILLIAMSON 1 1 $57
SIEVERS MEDICAL CLINIC GONZALES 3 6 $309
SIGNATURE GULF COAST HOSPITAL LP-GULF COAST MEDICAL CENTEWHARTON 2 2 $1,020
SILVER, MORRIS M NACOGDOCHES 2 2 $111
SINGH, BALBIR BOWIE 2 2 $71
SJ MEDICAL CENTER LLC-ST JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 3 3 $636
SKULEMOWSKI, PATRICK S CAMERON 3 5 $282
SLAUGHTER, LILLIE S FORT BEND 1 1 $38
SMITH, CLAUDIUS G HARRIS 23 32 $1,215
SMITH, FRANK A HOUSTON 5 7 $273
SMITHVILLE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL BASTROP 5 5 $1,224
SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL CRNA GROUP BASTROP 2 2 $402
SMMC MEDICAL GROUP-FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 33 45 $3,803
SNELL HARGROVE, DANA N TARRANT 1 1 $38
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
SOTO, WIGBERTO HARRIS 7 7 $403
SOUTH ALAMO MEDICAL GROUP PA BEXAR 2 7 $339
SOUTH AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER TRAVIS 8 8 $1,529
SOUTH AUSTIN WOMENS HEALTH CARE PA- TRAVIS 3 4 $158
SOUTH CENTRAL HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH HARRIS 3 3 $315
SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILYPLHARRIS 11 19 $4,532
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOC INC-LUBBOCK WOMENS HLUBBOCK 218 435 $25,163
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HALE COUNTYHALE 793 1,793 $86,636
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HOCKLEY COUHOCKLEY 219 374 $18,978
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH TERRY 50 89 $5,923
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-DAWSON COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 143 288 $18,956
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-GAINES COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 84 152 $9,683
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-YOAKUM COUNTY FIELD OFFICE R1 TERRY 72 151 $9,226
SOUTH PLAINS RURAL HEALTH HOCKLEY 5 5 $712
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC NUECES 523 1,474 $86,739
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC BEEVILLE BEE 479 1,253 $70,265
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC KINGSVILLKLEBERG 381 960 $55,750
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROBSTOWNUECES 150 430 $25,487
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROCKPORARANSAS 248 713 $37,728
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLNINC SINTON SAN PATRICIO 309 812 $45,926
SOUTH TEXAS MEDICAL CLINICS WHARTON 97 248 $15,835
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY IMAGING CENTERS-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLBEXAR 1 1 $75
SOUTH TEXAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-SOUTH TEXAS REGIONALATASCOSA 1 1 $537
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH SVCLASALLE 154 248 $39,628
SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN AND CHILDRENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH THIDALGO 10 11 $710
SOUTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 3 3 $102
SOUTHSIDE WOMENS CENTER PA NUECES 23 33 $4,418
SOUTHWEST ANESTHESIOLOGIST DALLAS 1 1 $196
SOUTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE OUT OF STATE 3 5 $230
SOUTHWEST MEDICAL IMAGING MIDLAND 1 1 $30
SOUTHWEST PRIMARY CARE PA- FORT BEND 1 1 $34
SPECIALTY LABORATORIES INC OUT OF STATE 11 11 $591
SPECK, LENA T CAMERON 2 2 $100
SPOHN BEE COUNTY HOSPITAL BEE 2 2 $1,073
SRUBAR, BERNARD F DALLAS 1 1 $151
ST DAVID'S HEALTHCARE PARTNERSHIP LP, LLP-NORTH AUSTIN MEDI TRAVIS 1 1 $569
ST JOSEPH PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 20 39 $2,189
ST MARK'S MEDICAL CENTER FAYETTE 153 295 $16,952
ST MARK'S MEDICAL CENTER-ST MARKS MEDICAL CENTER FAYETTE 2 3 $184
STAFFORD, KRISTI A GILLESPIE 4 4 $161
STAR ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 36 40 $7,061
STEPHEN P SAKOVICH MD PA DALLAS 3 4 $719
STEPHENVILLE M AND S CLINIC ERATH 4 7 $637
STERN, STEVEN E HARRIS 4 4 $257
STEVEN KENT JONES MD PA YOUNG 1 4 $172
STOCKDALE MEDICAL CENTER WILSON 1 1 $48
STOCKTON, DANIELLA MONTGOMERY 19 43 $4,272
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR CAMERON 35 39 $8,777
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER CAMERON 178 285 $50,144
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-RAYMONDVILLE WILLACY 27 41 $7,180
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-SCC-SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-BROWNSVILLE CAMERON 26 36 $6,295
SULPHER SPRINGS MEDICAL-SURGICAL CLINIC, P.A. HOPKINS 34 66 $2,864
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2008
SFY2008
SUN BELT REG MED CNTR PHCY-SUN BELT REGIONAL MED CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
SUN WEST OB-GYN ASSOCIA EL PASO 1 1 $48
SURGICARE OF SOUTH AUSTIN- TRAVIS 1 1 $569
SWEETWATER WOMENS CLINIC- NOLAN 16 28 $5,588
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER NOLAN CO HEALTH NOLAN 158 330 $23,685
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER-NOLAN COUNTY HESCURRY 104 197 $12,627
TALATI, SHRADDHA K DALLAS 7 12 $1,034
TAMIM, MARWAN Y DALLAS 7 8 $471
TARA A HEYLIGER DO PA-WOMAN2WOMAN WILLIAMSON 3 3 $171
TARKENTON, TIM R PALO PINTO 10 24 $2,053
TARRANT FAMILY PRACTICE PA-NORTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE TARRANT 5 6 $728
TAYLOR, ROOSEVELT DALLAS 1 1 $34
TCID-DHS-WOMEN'S HEALTH LAB BEXAR 6,789 9,716 $154,666
TEJAS ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 2 2 $368
TENISON, SHERRY G DALLAS 4 5 $661
TERRELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 20 22 $1,633
TERRY ROBERT GROFF MD PA NUECES 2 2 $95
TEXANS ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PLLC HARRIS 2 3 $388
TEXARKANA SURGERY CENTER LP BOWIE 1 1 $548
TEXARKANA WOMEN'S CLINIC BOWIE 3 4 $722
TEXARKANA-BOWIE CO FAMILY-TEXARKANA-BOWIE COUNTY FAMIL BOWIE 356 580 $27,858
TEXAS ALLIANCE MEDICAL GRP HARRIS 2 5 $132
TEXAS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL HARRIS 1 1 $126
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES CAMERON 410 452 $6,090
TEXAS HEALTH CARE PLLC-TEXAS HEALTH CARE P.L.L.C. TARRANT 4 4 $220
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL DALLAS- DALLAS 2 2 $53
TEXAS PANHANDLE FAMILY PLANNING AND HEALTH CENTERS POTTER 2,615 6,043 $337,481
TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSPITAL LTD-TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSSMITH 1 1 $551
TEXAS TECH HS CTR FAMILY MED EL PASO 5 6 $225
TEXAS TECH HS CTR OB/GYN EL PASO 9 11 $1,790
TEXAS TECH HSC-TEXAS TECH HEALTH SCIENCES LUBBOCK 70 108 $4,767
TEXAS TECH HSCTR ANESTHESIA LUBBOCK 3 3 $484
TEXAS TECH UHSC FAMILY MEDICINE POTTER 3 5 $203
TEXAS TECH UHSC FAMILY MEDICINE-TTHSC FM ECTOR 1 1 $53
TEXAS TECH UHSC OB/GYN POTTER 16 21 $1,842
TEXAS TECH UHSC PRR LAB POTTER 1 1 $97
TEXAS TECH UHSC-SON-LUBBOCK-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH LUBBOCK 5 7 $305
TEXAS TECH UNIV HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER OBGYN-TTHSC OB/GYNECTOR 95 167 $13,246
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH LUBBOCK 13 22 $1,812
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT LU-TTUHSC LUBBOCK 58 98 $9,506
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR LUBBOCK 2 2 $448
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR AMARILLO-TEXAS TPOTTER 20 28 $4,908
TEXOMA CARE GRAYSON 2 3 $100
THAKRAR, MAHENDRAK O BRAZOS 1 1 $4
THE HOPE PROJECT SHELBY 2 2 $28
THE MCKENZIE CLINIC PA-THE MCKENZIE CLINIC UPSHUR 1 1 $43
THE MEDICAL CLINIC OF NORTH TEXAS PA COLLIN 5 7 $336
THE NORTH TEXAS CENTER FOR GRAYSON 1 1 $31
THE OB/GYN CENTER PA HARRIS 3 3 $65
THE PATIENTS ANESTHESIA GROUP PA- GALVESTON 2 2 $353
THE PHYSICIANS CENTRE BRAZOS 1 1 $35
THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE CEN-TEXAS ABRAZOS 8 12 $566
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SFY2008
THE WOMENS SPECIALIST OF HOU-THE WOMEN'S SPECIALIST OF HOUHARRIS 4 4 $278
THEARD FRANZ MD PA EL PASO 15 17 $1,100
THN PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATION INC EL PASO 3 5 $1,447
THOMAS A HALLING DO PA WALKER 1 1 $168
THOMAS, FLAVIA L HARRIS 1 1 $52
THOMASON HOSPITAL PRIMARY EL PASO 1 1 $14
THOMPSON OUTPATIENT CLINIC LLC CHAMBERS 2 2 $101
THS MEDICAL CLINIC PA-THS MEDICAL CLINIC LIBERTY 1 1 $45
TIMBERLAND MEDICAL GROUP LIBERTY 37 50 $2,848
TIMOTHY JONES DO PA-TIMOTHY C JONES DO PA JOHNSON 1 1 $48
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST TITUS 24 27 $962
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS CO MEMORIAL HOSP DIST TITUS 325 503 $31,782
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP TITUS 3 3 $1,509
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TITUS 24 24 $1,634
TJM MOLECULAR LABORATORY DENTON 1 1 $97
TJOA, WEILIE S HARRIS 2 2 $103
TMH PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION HARRIS 2 2 $68
TODD, JANE D SHELBY 3 3 $83
TOMASINO PORT, RODOLFO EL PASO 4 4 $224
TORRES, SHERRON L TAYLOR 2 3 $136
TRANVAN, QUE HARRIS 42 61 $11,436
TRAVIS OB GYN ASSOCIATES TRAVIS 1 3 $229
TRAYNHAM MEDICAL PA DENTON 1 1 $53
TRESTER FAMILY MEDICAL GROUP COLLIN 1 1 $53
TREVINO, JOSE A BEXAR 9 9 $542
TREVINO, LUCINA B BEXAR 2 2 $115
TRI-COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOCI-TRI COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOC HENDERSON 2 2 $390
TRICORE REFERENCE LABORATORIES OUT OF STATE 2 2 $74
TRINITY CLINIC SMITH 8 11 $1,002
TRINITY CLINIC KILGORE GREGG 1 1 $48
TSAI, HWAI-JER HARRIS 5 5 $339
TUCKER, BOBBY F POTTER 2 2 $107
TURNER, KELLIE TOM GREEN 46 87 $7,807
TX TECH UNIVERSITY HSC-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HSC EL PASO 4 4 $180
UBESIE, KANAYO E HARRIS 33 68 $4,274
UNITED CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS-UNITED CLINICS OF NORTHTX MONTAGUE 1 1 $44
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS MAVERICK 298 462 $89,245
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS-UNITED MEDICAL CENTER #3 VAL VERDE 205 331 $62,705
UNIVERSITY CARE PLUS HARRIS 6 8 $429
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 2 2 $1,119
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT-UNIVERSTARRANT 25 30 $1,504
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH GALVESTON 19 21 $1,899
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH-UNIVERSITY OF TEX MED BRGALVESTON 8 8 $4,710
UPTERGROVE, KEVIN L UVALDE 1 1 $9
UT DEPT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY BEXAR 3 3 $578
UT DEPT OF OB-GYN BEXAR 7 7 $1,920
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER AT TYLER SMITH 1 1 $27
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER-TYLER SMITH 4 4 $107
UT PHYSICIANS HARRIS 17 18 $716
UTMB FACULTY GROUP PRACTICE GALVESTON 26 34 $4,701
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM GALVESTON 676 1,343 $76,113
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-PEARLANBRAZORIA 164 245 $14,663
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UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB RE FORT BEND 215 388 $22,640
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB RE JEFFERSON 3,287 6,034 $363,845
UTSW MSP ANESTHESIOLOGY DALLAS 2 2 $478
UTSW MSP FAMILY PRACTICE DALLAS 1 1 $20
UTSW MSP RAD PMH DALLAS 3 3 $163
UTTERBACK, CARLIN D UVALDE 2 2 $89
UVALDE FAMILY PRACTICE ASSN UVALDE 2 2 $66
UZOAGA, ENYIBUAKU R HARRIS 1 1 $9
VALLEY BAPTIST AMBULATORY CAMERON 12 12 $6,612
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSVILLE-BROWNSVILLE ME CAMERON 4 4 $2,204
VALLEY WOMENS CARE PLLC HIDALGO 5 7 $904
VAN VAN NGUYEN MD PA HARRIS 18 30 $2,366
VANDEGIESSEN, KATHLEEN H HARRIS 9 15 $1,703
VENEGAS, ERIC J MIDLAND 4 4 $186
VEVE, ROY T BEXAR 1 1 $48
VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LLC-BAPTIST HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 1 1 $27
VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LLC-VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LP BEXAR 3 3 $1,552
VICTORIA ANESTHESIA ASSOC. VICTORIA 1 1 $184
VICTORIA RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATE VICTORIA 1 1 $30
VICTORIA WOMENS CLINIC ASSOC VICTORIA 80 113 $17,436
VIDA Y SALUD HEALTH SYSTEMS ZAVALA 3 3 $484
VILLARREAL, VICTOR R HIDALGO 1 1 $23
W T ANESTHESIOLOGY PC MIDLAND 2 2 $353
WACO CENTER FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH PA-WACO CENTER FOR WOMEMCLENNAN 10 12 $1,596
WALKER, DAVID G HARRIS 8 9 $557
WALSS, RODOLFO J CAMERON 15 48 $4,756
WALTON, CYNTHIA A POTTER 3 3 $58
WANG, BRUCE S TARRANT 1 1 $48
WANG, FAN HARRIS 1 1 $34
WASHINGTON, JEROME T BEXAR 7 14 $1,156
WATKINS, HARRY O UVALDE 1 1 $667
WATKINS, MYRON H DALLAS 3 3 $224
WATSON, THOMAS R BOWIE 1 1 $149
WELCOME FAMILY MEDICINE, PA HARRIS 4 4 $199
WENDY D PHIPPS MD PA EL PASO 2 2 $72
WESTCHASE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $56
WICHELHAUS, HARLAN P GALVESTON 1 1 $101
WILLIAM, GEORGE A CALHOUN 1 1 $4
WILLIAMS, FRED A LAMAR 1 1 $54
WILLIAMS, LUCIA L CHEROKEE 14 20 $1,654
WILLIAMS, SUE A RUSK 9 9 $482
WILLIAMS-WILCOX, EVELYN J CAMERON 1 1 $180
WILSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER WILSON 3 3 $435
WILTZ, ARMAND GAINES 5 6 $294
WISE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PA WISE 1 1 $53
WITKOWSKI, WOJCIECH FORT BEND 1 1 $12
WOHLFAHRT, DOUGLAS W HARRIS 6 10 $593
WOMANS TOTAL HEALTHCARE PA BRAZORIA 7 7 $290
WOMEN OF THE WOODLANDS OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY P.A-WOMHARRIS 6 9 $1,432
WOMEN PARTNERS IN HEALTH PA TRAVIS 6 7 $358
WOMEN PARTNERS IN OB/GYN BEXAR 3 5 $655
WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC GRAY 2 2 $68
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SFY2008
WOMEN'S HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP TARRANT 3 3 $143
WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE AFFILIATES PA HARRIS 39 53 $6,660
WOMENS CLINIC WICHITA 7 9 $776
WOMENS CLINIC OF DIMMIT AND ZAVALA COUNTIES PA-WOMENS CLINDIMMIT 3 3 $1,418
WOMENS HEALTH ASSOCIATE GRAYSON 5 7 $256
WOMENS HEALTH CARE-WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER OF HOUSTOHARRIS 3 3 $150
WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA HARRIS 3 4 $301
WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC HIDALGO 19 21 $1,075
WOMENS HEALTH CONNECTIONS- SMITH 6 6 $541
WOMENS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES POTTER 1 1 $31
WOMENS PROFESSIONAL HEALTH BRAZOS 4 6 $757
WOMENS SPECIALITY CENTER-WOMENS SPECIALTY CENTER DALLAS 6 6 $219
WOMENS WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE WEBB 1 1 $79
WOODLANDS OB GYN SPECIALIST HARRIS 1 1 $73
XYDAS, NICOLAS P HARRIS 1 1 $41
YOUENS DUCHICELA & ASSOCIATES, PA COLORADO 8 12 $477
ZAMUDIO, JOSE M EL PASO 1 1 $81
ZAPATA, HUGO HIDALGO 45 52 $3,695
ZAPATA-CABRER, VICENTE HARRIS 5 6 $232
ZEID, YASSER F GREGG 40 58 $4,491
ZIMMERMAN, GEOFFREY A HARRIS 10 14 $1,184
ZOE LIFE WELLNESS CENTER PA FORT BEND 2 2 $162
SUBTOTAL FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROVIDERS 35,922 80,222 $4,937,592
SUBTOTAL FOR ALL OTHER PROVIDERS
57,752 121,048 $7,136,721
TOTAL 74,952 201,270 $12,074,313
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4 C'S CLINIC-GALVESTON GALVESTON 88 98 $14,389
4 C'S CLINIC-TEXAS CITY GALVESTON 203 244 $35,799
ABBAS, DENNIS R DALLAS 1 1 $48
ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC PLLC-ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC-N. TAYLOR 1 1 $73
ABILENE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TAYLOR 4 6 $135
ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 1 1 $3
ABILENE-TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 323 876 $87,020
ACACIA OB GYN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION BEXAR 17 23 $1,937
ACCENT FAMILY HEALTH CARE LLC TARRANT 8 10 $569
ACCUTOX INC JEFFERSON 1 1 $56
ACHIEVEMENT MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HARRIS 1 2 $46
ACKER, BETTY G BRAZOS 1 1 $51
ACS PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS SOUTHWEST PA BEXAR 1 1 $70
ACUNA, RENE R SAN PATRICIO 2 3 $164
ADVANCED OB/GYN CARE OF SOUTH TEXAS ATASCOSA 7 9 $1,545
ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEM/SUNBELT INC-HUGULEY MEMORIAL MEDJOHNSON 3 3 $744
AHMAD, NASIHA DENTON 1 1 $81
AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY-AK MOLECULAR DIAGNOSMCLENNAN 1 1 $98
AKONYE, ANGELA C BEXAR 3 3 $237
ALAGOZ, AYSUN GUADALUPE 5 7 $339
ALAMO HEIGHTS SURGICARE LP BEXAR 1 1 $525
ALANIZ, JOHN M HARRIS 1 1 $34
ALBERTO D. DURAN , MD , PA-ALBERTO D. DURAN MD,PA HIDALGO 44 87 $6,725
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA HIDALGO 46 78 $5,518
ALBRITTON, LAMAR J BEXAR 3 3 $148
ALECOZAY, ABRAHAM A BEXAR 58 64 $5,383
ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD PA-ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD JIM WELLS 6 9 $532
ALEJO, ESTEBAN WEBB 4 4 $213
ALFREDO LOPEZ JR MD PA HIDALGO 2 3 $99
ALIBHAI, HUSSAMUDD DALLAS 1 1 $48
ALICE OB/GYN SPECIALTY CLINIC PA JIM WELLS 9 19 $2,845
ALINDADA, JULIANA B SHELBY 12 21 $1,257
ALLCARE FAMILY AND URGENT CARE CLINICS PA- DALLAS 1 1 $81
ALLEN MCKINNEY SHERMAN WOMENS CARE AND CONTINENCE- GRAYSON 9 11 $1,519
ALLIANCE OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC-OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC DENTON 2 5 $1,298
ALPINE FAMILY HEALTH CARES SERVICES LLP-ALPINE FAMILY HEALTBREWSTER 5 5 $228
ALPINE MEDICAL CENTER BREWSTER 29 31 $1,588
ALVORD MEDICAL CLINIC PA WISE 2 2 $95
AMARILLO PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES LTD POTTER 54 54 $2,401
AMARO, MICHAEL A FORT BEND 21 34 $2,812
AMERICAN REGIONAL HEALTH CTR VICTORIA 7 10 $1,442
AMERIPATH TEXAS INC DALLAS 17 18 $730
AMOAH-HONNY, YAA HARRIS 3 3 $153
ANATOMICAL MEDICAL LABORATOR DENTON 23 25 $472
ANDERSON-PERE, MABEL HARRIS 4 4 $201
ANDREWS CITY-COUNTY HEALTH ANDREWS 34 60 $2,860
ANDREWS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICAANDREWS 2 2 $1,073
ANDREWS FAMILY MEDICINE-ANDREWS COUNTY HOSP DIS ANDREWS 7 8 $359
ANDREWS, RICHARD C DALLAS 4 6 $332
ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES OF GUADALUPE 3 3 $648
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS ASSOC EL PASO 1 1 $188
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2009
SFY2009
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ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF FREDERICKSBURG-ANESTHESIA CONGILLESPIE 1 1 $178
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF LONGVIEW- GREGG 7 8 $2,055
ANESTHESIA HEALTHCARE PARTNERS OF LAREDO PA WEBB 2 2 $376
ANESTHESIA MEDICAL GROUP OF THE PERMIAN BASIN LLP MIDLAND 6 6 $1,202
ANESTHESIA PROVIDERS OF EAST TEXAS PA-ANESTHESIA PROVIDERANDERSON 1 1 $164
ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS OF HARRIS 2 2 $396
ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS OF HOUSTON LLP-ANESTHESIA SPECIALISHARRIS 2 2 $364
ANGLETON DANBURY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-ANGLETON DANBURY GENBRAZORIA 1 1 $552
ANTHONY, ROBERT R DALLAS 6 13 $815
ANTONIO SOEGAARD-TORRES, MD,PA EL PASO 15 40 $2,670
APPIAH-DWAMENA, LYDIA BEXAR 11 20 $1,832
ARUP INC OUT OF STATE 2 2 $43
ARZAC, JORGE A DALLAS 1 1 $48
ASGHARIAN, ROBERT B EL PASO 12 18 $1,857
ASHBY, WENDELL B POTTER 1 1 $68
ASUMUGHA, KINGSLEY N HARRIS 23 40 $1,701
ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER, INC- ATASCOSA 179 197 $30,738
ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES PA-ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES HENDERSON 2 2 $321
ATLANTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CASS 5 5 $286
ATLURU, SUSEELA D HARRIS 4 5 $233
AUN, JOSE EL PASO 7 8 $391
AUSTIN ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP TRAVIS 9 16 $3,160
AUSTIN AREA WOMENS CENTER WILLIAMSON 4 4 $311
AUSTIN COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC-BELLVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL TH AUSTIN 4 4 $504
AUSTIN DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC-AUSTIN DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF TRAVIS 1 1 $70
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC WILLIAMSON 13 27 $2,001
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC P A TRAVIS 73 164 $11,627
BABB, FRANKLYN C HOCKLEY 4 9 $965
BAILEY, MICHAEL G HOCKLEY 3 3 $361
BANSAL, AMIT K HARRIS 9 13 $564
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-BAPTIST HOSP OF SE TEJEFFERSON 8 8 $4,372
BAPTIST ST ANTHONYS HEALTH-BSA HEALTH NETWORK POTTER 1 1 $21
BARLAS ENTERPRISES INC HARRIS 1 1 $46
BARLITE MEDICAL CLINIC BEXAR 1 2 $63
BARRERA, RICARDO HIDALGO 1 1 $23
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY BEXAR 1 1 $135
BARRY, GENE N JEFFERSON 8 8 $856
BASCO, MICHAEL A WISE 10 13 $914
BASSEM MAXIMOS MD MPH PA GALVESTON 2 2 $118
BASTROP MEDICAL CLINIC PA BASTROP 1 1 $41
BAY AREA ANESTHESIA ASSOC NUECES 11 11 $2,110
BAY AREA ANESTHESIA SERVICE HARRIS 3 5 $1,066
BAY AREA MEDICAL CENTER NUECES 7 7 $3,859
BAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-SEYMOUR HOSPITAL RURALHEBAYLOR 86 197 $13,792
BAYLOR SURGICAL ASC DALLAS 1 1 $577
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 1,824 3,539 $325,984
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - AUSTIN HIGH HARRIS 2 2 $251
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - BEN TAUB HARRIS 67 80 $8,284
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - CAVALCADE HARRIS 91 102 $10,414
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - CULLEN HARRIS 121 153 $14,992
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - LAWN HARRIS 65 69 $7,477
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BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - LBJ HARRIS 76 94 $10,047
BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP PA-BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOHARRIS 2 2 $350
BAYSHORE SURGERY CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
BEATY, WILLIAM R MCLENNAN 2 2 $162
BEAUMONT CITY HEALTH DEPT.-BEAUMONT CITY HEALTH DEPT JEFFERSON 2 2 $0
BEAUMONT HOSPITAL HOLDINGS INC-. JEFFERSON 6 6 $1,072
BEAUMONT HOSPITAL HOLDINGS INC-ANESTHESIA OF SOUTHEASTTEJEFFERSON 2 2 $360
BEEVILLE SURGICAL ASSOCIATES-BEEVILLE SURGICAL ASSOC BEE 1 2 $640
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT- BELL 398 713 $94,970
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KILLEEN SUB OFFICE OF BE BELL 526 902 $128,754
BELLI PATHOLOGY PA BROWN 13 13 $278
BENAVIDES, ENRIQUE F WEBB 28 34 $2,221
BENAVIDES, HENRY A CAMERON 22 35 $1,438
BENBOW, BRYAN D BOWIE 1 1 $210
BERTHA L MEDINA MD PA HIDALGO 19 22 $1,153
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST BEXAR 1,457 2,925 $295,827
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERISTY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 2 2 $1,104
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 157 165 $14,720
BHALA, RACHNA FORT BEND 1 1 $48
BHARKSUWAN, SAMUEL HARRIS 1 1 $57
BIRTHING FROM THE HEART PLLC DENTON 3 5 $651
BISHOP, AMY E CHILDRESS 1 1 $65
BITTING, JANETTA A POTTER 17 17 $566
BLANCO REGIONAL CLINIC PA-WEAVER JD MD BLANCO 2 2 $129
BLANCO-QUANT, RONALD E HIDALGO 10 14 $995
BOND FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC LIMESTONE 4 4 $224
BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CNTR-BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CFANNIN 101 138 $18,177
BRAZORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT BRAZORIA 3 3 $0
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA BRAZOS 4 4 $704
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA-BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOBRAZOS 5 5 $1,012
BRAZOS FAMILY MEDICINE HOOD 1 1 $48
BRAZOS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 27 33 $2,793
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BRWASHINGTON 10 12 $755
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BRBRAZOS 9 9 $545
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN HEROBERTSON 10 12 $522
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN JEWELEON 9 12 $614
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN NAVAGRIMES 50 65 $3,776
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-GRIMES COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTGRIMES 50 51 $8,252
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY HEA MADISON 16 18 $2,930
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC BRAZOS 28 33 $5,382
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-BRYAN COLLEGE BRAZOS 229 264 $42,916
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-LEON COUNTY COLEON 18 24 $3,900
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-ROBERTSON COUROBERTSON 31 33 $5,347
BRENDA L SALINAS MD PA- HIDALGO 1 1 $56
BRENHAM CLINIC ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON 65 98 $4,512
BRITT, CAREY L BEXAR 2 3 $797
BROWN, JACQUELIN E HARRIS 15 17 $1,888
BROWNLOW, MILTON L WILBARGER 2 2 $71
BROWNSVILLE COMMUNITY HEALTH CAMERON 11 13 $2,446
BROWNSVILLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOC CAMERON 11 23 $2,793
BROWNSVILLE WOMENS CLINIC CAMERON 11 12 $640
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BROWNWOOD REGIONAL HOSPITAL-BROWNWOOD REGIONAL MEDICBROWN 3 3 $1,509
BROWNWOOD SPECIALTY GROUP BROWN 1 1 $600
BRYAN FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC PA BRAZOS 8 11 $841
BULLOCK OB GYN PA- MONTGOMERY 3 3 $889
BULLOCK, GERALD L MONTGOMERY 3 5 $942
BUNA MEDICAL CLINIC JASPER 1 1 $77
BURD, RHONDA J ERATH 41 67 $7,122
BURGETTE, PHILLIP L OUT OF STATE 3 3 $158
BURK, CHARLES R CHEROKEE 46 80 $7,577
BURKE ANDREW B DO PA-BURKE ANDREW BDO PA DALLAS 3 5 $385
BURKE, ROBERT A TARRANT 1 1 $13
BURNETT AND ASSOCIATES ANESTHESIA-BURNETT AND ASSOCIATESBOWIE 6 6 $1,165
BURROUGHS MEDICAL CLINIC, PA-BURROUGHS MEDICAL CLINIC, P.A SOMERVELL 1 1 $62
C GRUESBECK/FD CRUZ MD PA BEXAR 3 3 $137
CACST COMMUNITY HEALTH CTR STARR 69 114 $22,256
CADWALDER MEDICAL MANAGEMENT HARRIS 2 3 $79
CAHILL, JEFFREY P RUSK 1 1 $61
CAJAS, GEORGE W BEXAR 1 2 $742
CALIXTO J RUIBAL MD HARRIS 2 2 $60
CALLO, GUILLERMO A MIDLAND 2 2 $954
CALVARY MEDICAL PA LIBERTY 11 13 $715
CAMERON COUNTY HEALTH-CAMERON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HECAMERON 30 45 $1,701
CAMPBELL, RACHELLE S COLLIN 1 2 $87
CANALES, ERASTO HIDALGO 10 15 $577
CANALES, RICARDO HIDALGO 10 10 $388
CAPITAL DIALYSIS OF TEXAS- TERRY 1 1 $57
CARDENAL, JORGE G HARRIS 2 2 $115
CARDENAS, SALVADOR J HIDALGO 3 4 $185
CARE FOR WOMEN HARRIS 32 46 $3,514
CARLOS H LOUBRIEL MD PA EL PASO 7 14 $585
CARLOS HERNANDEZ MD PA-SOUTHWESTERN WOMENS CLINIC MAVERICK 36 57 $5,144
CAROLE WARD FNP C PC-THE CLINIC FOR FAMILY WELLNESS HALL 1 2 $103
CARPENTER, DAVID A LAMAR 2 2 $121
CARRENO, FERNANDO NUECES 1 1 $73
CARROLL, LAVERNE N HARRIS 2 2 $111
CASTILLO, LUIS O DALLAS 7 7 $388
CASTRO COUNTY COMMUNITY CLIN-MEDICAL CENTER OF DIMMITT CASTRO 8 10 $978
CAVAZOS, ANTONIO BEXAR 13 21 $2,164
CAWLEY, JAMES E YOUNG 18 27 $3,525
CAZARES-ZAVALA, JOSE EL PASO 2 3 $152
CENIZA HILLS RURAL HLTH CL-CENIZA HILLS RHC VAL VERDE 8 12 $1,084
CENTER FOR DISEASE DETECTION-CENTER FOR DISEASE DETE BEXAR 23,521 37,703 $1,888,684
CENTER STREET MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $24
CENTRAL PARK CLINIC CORPORATION MCLENNAN 1 1 $75
CENTRAL RIVER HEALTHCARE GROUP PLLC TRAVIS 1 1 $9
CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY LAB PA-CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY MCLENNAN 159 177 $8,984
CENTRAL TEXAS WOMENS CLINIC PA BROWN 18 45 $2,987
CENTRAL WOMENS HEALTH CARE BEXAR 145 226 $28,469
CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR LA EL PASO 224 397 $73,658
CEPEDA, ALBERTO HIDALGO 9 11 $710
CESAR A REYES MD PA-COMPREHENSIVE OB/GYN COLLIN 4 6 $363
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SFY2009
CH WILKINSON PHYSICIAN NETWORK NUECES 6 6 $252
CHANDLER, JAMES M BEE 4 7 $936
CHAPMAN, MICA D MONTGOMERY 10 20 $2,606
CHAPPELL JOYCE PATHOLOGY BOWIE 27 27 $765
CHARLES DOWNEY PA DALLAS 1 2 $197
CHARTRAND, DANIEL J VAL VERDE 4 5 $336
CHAUDHARY, KHALID M FORT BEND 1 1 $34
CHAVEZ, ANTHONY HARRIS 44 54 $5,469
CHCA EAST HOUSTON LP-EAST HOUSTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENT HARRIS 1 1 $547
CHCA MAINLAND LP-MAINLAND CENTER HOSP ITAL GALVESTON 2 2 $956
CHCA WOMANS HOSPITAL LP-THE WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS HARRIS 1 1 $24
CHCA WOMANS HOSPITAL LP-WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS HARRIS 1 1 $556
CHEROKEE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT CHEROKEE 142 402 $26,009
CHILDRESS GENERAL HOSPITAL CHILDRESS 3 3 $1,530
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENCHILDRESS 2 2 $18
CHRISTUS JASPER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-CHRISTUS JASPER MEMOR JASPER 3 3 $231
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOH BEE 2 2 $55
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOH NUECES 1 1 $554
CIBOROWSKI, CRAYTON E LAVACA 1 3 $177
CINTRON, MIGUEL A CAMERON 2 2 $104
CISNEROS, JOSE S CAMERON 31 52 $5,174
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LA NUEVA CASA DE AMIGOS HARRIS 23 26 $1,985
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LYONS HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 71 74 $4,576
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-MAGNOLIA HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 105 165 $7,557
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-NORTHSIDE HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 108 179 $7,544
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-RIVERSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 17 18 $1,382
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-SUNNYSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 52 53 $2,135
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LARED HEALTH DEPT WEBB 3 7 $75
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPART WEBB 6 13 $565
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO MET HLTH BEXAR 26 31 $4,206
CLARA OSUJI MD PA HARRIS 2 4 $244
CLARK, GLORIA M EL PASO 8 8 $393
CLARK, WILLIAM D HARRIS 17 22 $1,263
CLAYTON L PICKERING DO PA-CLAYTON PICKERING DO PA HILL 2 2 $256
CLEBURNE OBSTERICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOCIATES-CLEBURNE JOHNSON 1 1 $48
CLINICA FAMILIAR SAN JOSE PA HIDALGO 1 2 $130
CLINICA HISPANA HARRIS 3 3 $167
CLINICA HISPANA #2 HARRIS 3 3 $177
CLINICA LAS AMERICA #2 HARRIS 3 3 $165
CLINICAL PARTNERS PA NUECES 10 15 $2,635
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY ASSOC-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY CONSULTAN TAYLOR 171 176 $5,512
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LAB INC TRAVIS 1,682 2,360 $133,096
CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS WICHITA 2 2 $595
COASTAL BEND SURGERY CENTER NUECES 6 6 $3,325
COASTAL BEND WOMENS CENTER NUECES 103 228 $33,031
COCHRAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COCHRAN 1 1 $9
COLEMAN COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER COLEMAN 2 2 $630
COLEMAN COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER-COLEMAN COUNTY MEDICAL CCOLEMAN 2 2 $1,020
COLETTE M DOMINIQUE,MD PA DALLAS 21 46 $4,136
COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL CNTR BRAZOS 3 3 $1,681
COLLIN COUNTY HEALTH CARE COLLIN 2 2 $0
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SFY2009
COLLINS, JANICE M TARRANT 257 414 $42,971
COLLOM AND CARNEY CLINIC BOWIE 6 6 $3,489
COLUMBIA BAY AREA SURGICARE HARRIS 4 4 $1,755
COLUMBIA RIO GRANDE HEALTHCARE LP-RIO GRANDE REGIONAL HOHIDALGO 7 8 $309
COLUMBIA/CONROE REGIONAL MONTGOMERY 1 1 $585
COLVIN, JAMES T GUADALUPE 10 14 $2,332
COMEAUX, TAMYRA Y HARRIS 9 15 $1,080
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER JIM WELLS 40 57 $9,930
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER-COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORKLEBERG 4 5 $863
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ELGIN CBASTROP 310 663 $81,267
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-LOCKHACALDWELL 263 636 $63,777
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-MLK CO HAYS 314 742 $74,559
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ROUND WILLIAMSON 264 534 $65,733
COMMUNITY CARE-A K BLACK-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 9 10 $2,055
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC LUBBOCK 174 269 $43,149
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-CHATMAN COMMUNI LUBBOCK 32 40 $6,384
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-CHCL COMMUNITY DLUBBOCK 4 4 $641
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-NORTH UNIVERSITY LUBBOCK 1 1 $160
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-PARKWAY COMMUNI LUBBOCK 13 15 $2,551
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-COMMUNGONZALES 139 232 $59,853
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-GONZAL GONZALES 8 8 $4,277
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC OF NORTHEAST-TOTAL HEALTHCARE CESMITH 1 1 $106
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TESMITH 715 1,142 $39,149
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TESMITH 106 148 $7,514
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-TOTAL HEALTHSMITH 74 87 $9,475
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-CANYON HEALTH CENTER REAL 16 19 $3,067
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-OUR HEALTH/NUESTRO CE UVALDE 244 283 $45,868
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-ROLLING HILLS HEALTH REAL 9 9 $1,453
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC HUNT 375 491 $66,029
COMMUNITY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES BEXAR 330 450 $26,117
COMMUNITY MOTHER AND CHILD VICTORIA 45 55 $4,103
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY DALLAS 18 24 $1,568
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-DEHARO SALDIVAR WOMEN'S HEALDALLAS 234 416 $51,615
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-EAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALTH CEDALLAS 441 803 $98,221
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-GARLAND WOMENS HEALTH CENTEDALLAS 314 569 $64,986
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-MAPLE WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 310 528 $71,535
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-OAKWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENT DALLAS 598 1,156 $128,454
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-SOUTHEAST DALLAS WOMENS HEADALLAS 535 976 $122,718
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-WISH TUBAL CLINIC DALLAS 6 6 $7,308
COMMUNITYCARE MONTOPOLIS-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 7 9 $1,849
COMMUNITYCARE-DEL VALLE-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 3 3 $616
COMMUNITYCARE-EAST AUSTIN- TRAVIS 7 7 $1,438
COMMUNITYCARE-MANOR-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 1 1 $205
COMMUNITYCARE-NORTHEAST AUSTIN-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 12 14 $2,877
COMMUNITYCARE-OAK HILL- TRAVIS 6 6 $1,233
COMMUNITYCARE-PFLUGERVILLE-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 3 3 $616
COMMUNITYCARE-ROSEWOOD-ZARAGOSA- TRAVIS 7 8 $1,644
COMMUNITYCARE-SOUTH AUSTIN- TRAVIS 13 13 $2,671
COMPASS VISTA SOLUTIONS LLC CAMERON 3 3 $607
COMPLETE CONCEPTS IN WOMENS HARRIS 1 1 $34
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES JASPER 24 74 $3,074
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SFY2009
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES- JASPER 1 1 $20
COMPREHENSIVE OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY OF GRANBURY- HOOD 25 43 $4,916
CONCHO COUNTY HOSPITAL CONCHO 1 1 $43
CONSULTANTS IN RADIOLOGY TARRANT 1 1 $58
COOK, KELLE L VICTORIA 15 17 $998
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY NUECES 807 1,057 $83,258
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY-CORPUS CHRISTI NUECES COUNNUECES 422 873 $88,735
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM LUBBOCK 1 1 $560
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM-COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 3 3 $130
COVENANT MEDICAL GROUP LUBBOCK 38 45 $6,356
COVINGTON KARL KMDPA HARRIS 1 2 $72
CREEL, NICHOLAS B BRAZORIA 8 8 $579
CREUTZMANN, FREDRICK H DALLAS 4 4 $232
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-BROWNWOOD COMMUNITY HEBROWN 1 1 $216
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINCOMANCHE 1 2 $432
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-EASTLAND COMMUNITY HEALTEASTLAND 3 3 $648
CROSS, BRUCE A OUT OF STATE 1 1 $34
CTMF INC TRAVIS 5 5 $215
CUERO MEDICAL ASSOCIATES PA DEWITT 2 3 $227
CYPRESS FAIRBANKS MED CTR HARRIS 1 1 $556
CYPRESS FAMILY PRACTICE PA HARRIS 1 1 $9
CYPRESS OB GYN HARRIS 14 19 $2,057
CYTO SPECIALTY LABORATORIES BEXAR 3,986 7,045 $274,590
CYTOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF HARRIS 5 5 $150
D DEBRA ROGERS MD PA BEXAR 4 7 $837
DAGOBERTO MARTINEZ MD PA-CLINICA SANTA MARIA CAMERON 126 427 $25,253
DALEY, HEARTHER A HIDALGO 13 19 $927
DALLAS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCI DALLAS 1 1 $172
DALLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT DALLAS 1,211 1,291 $124,972
DAN STEWART MD PA BROWN 10 13 $3,094
DANIELLE J JIMENEZ FLORES MD PA HIDALGO 3 3 $90
DAPHNE L FAVROTH MD AND ASSOCIATES-CLINIC FOR FAMILY HEALTDALLAS 1 1 $81
DARRON ATWOOD MD PA-DARRON T ATWOOD MD PA COLEMAN 4 4 $217
DAVID P HERNANDEZ MD PA HIDALGO 6 9 $960
DAVIS, DONALD J TARRANT 2 2 $72
DAVIS, RANDALL K MIDLAND 2 2 $618
DCF-ABILENE PHYSICIAN GROUP TAYLOR 57 78 $9,813
DE LA GUARDIA, ALBERTO E NUECES 8 11 $1,717
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL ME DEAF SMITH 1 1 $414
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL ME DEAF SMITH 5 5 $491
DEAF SMITH GEN HOSP ER PHYS-DEAF SMITH GENERAL HOSP DEAF SMITH 1 1 $270
DEAN, FRANK T DALLAS 1 1 $48
DECATUR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER WISE 1 1 $70
DEL SOL MEDICAL CENTE R EL PASO 1 1 $559
DELEON'S WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE CLINIC PA-DR DELEON'S WOMEN' DALLAS 2 2 $103
DENISE I LEONARD MD PA- HARRIS 6 7 $1,281
DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES-LAB TRAVIS 108 132 $1,108
DESNAK PA- DALLAS 1 1 $38
DETAR HOSPITAL-DETAR HOSPITAL NAVARRO VICTORIA 6 7 $424
DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY-DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY ASSOCIA JEFFERSON 38 40 $4,993
DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF LONGVIEW PA-DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC LONGVIEWGREGG 61 198 $12,184
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SFY2009
DIAZ, HORACIO A WEBB 1 1 $119
DIAZ, PEDRO S NUECES 23 41 $3,917
DIONNE D OLIVER MD PA-TOTAL WOMENS HEALTH OF ORANGE ORANGE 32 49 $8,411
DIPIKA S AMBANI MD PLLC HARRIS 16 24 $3,600
DOCTORS HOSPITAL 1997 LP-DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL TIDWELL HARRIS 2 2 $1,170
DOCTORS HOSPITAL AT RENAISSANCE LTD HIDALGO 20 20 $10,941
DONALD L BLAIR MD PA DALLAS 8 10 $750
DONNA MEDICAL CLINIC PA HIDALGO 1 1 $81
DONNELL-KOWAL, JENIFER R HAYS 10 19 $1,653
DORSETT, MICHAEL M LUBBOCK 1 1 $48
DOSS, DAVID R BRAZOS 1 1 $48
DOUGHTIE, JAMES D HOPKINS 1 1 $62
DR AJAI J AGARWAL MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $34
DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA MD PA-DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA PA WEBB 9 9 $477
DR RUBEN ALEMAN AND ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 4 4 $194
DRISCOLL CHILDRENS HOSPITAL NUECES 1 1 $28
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP NUECES 3 4 $229
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP-DRISCOLL MA NUECES 3 3 $256
DRS E QUIROS AND C QUIROS HUTCHINSON 1 2 $82
DUBLIN FAMILY MEDICINE ERATH 1 1 $85
DURAYAPPAH, AMARASEEL S HARRIS 2 3 $109
EADS, GREGORY L HARRIS 1 1 $70
EAST AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER-EAST AUSTIN CHC TRAVIS 4 4 $790
EAST END MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $38
EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOC-EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOCIATI HARRIS 58 96 $9,322
EAST TEXAS ANESTHESIOLOGY AS SMITH 2 2 $425
EAST TEXAS COMM HLTH SVC INC NACOGDOCHES 17 17 $2,642
EAST TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE ANDERSON 6 8 $484
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL ALLIANCE-FIRST MED CHOICE ANDERSON 18 29 $4,049
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER SMITH 1 1 $16,439
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER ATHENS-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENT HENDERSON 2 2 $1,155
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CARTHAGE PANOLA 3 3 $159
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CARTHAGE-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CEPANOLA 1 1 $510
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CROCKETT HOUSTON 5 6 $842
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER FIRST PHYSICIANS SMITH 4 10 $620
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENT PANOLA 1 1 $600
EAST TEXAS PATHOLOGY PA JEFFERSON 1 1 $28
EAST TEXAS PHYSICIANS CARE NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $53
ECTOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL ECTOR 4 4 $2,219
EDINBURG OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY HIDALGO 138 238 $27,099
EDUARDO E ROBLES EMANUELLI MD PA- HIDALGO 1 1 $34
EL CAMPO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WHARTON 2 2 $60
EL CENTRO DE CORAZON EASTWOOD CLINIC-EL CENTRO DE CORAZOHARRIS 5 5 $1,143
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO BEXAR 383 573 $85,679
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO-EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO INC BEXAR 222 242 $28,731
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTEREL PASO 3,411 4,463 $118,969
EL PASO DAY SURGERY EL PASO 3 3 $1,394
EL PASO VINTON DIAGNOSTIC PA- EL PASO 1 1 $75
EL PASO WOMENS HEALTHCARE CE EL PASO 2 5 $307
EL-ASFOURI, SOUHAIL A TRAVIS 3 4 $919
ELIA FANOUS MD PA DALLAS 18 36 $4,161
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SFY2009
ELIAS PRIETO M MD PA BEXAR 2 2 $99
ELIUD ACEVEDO MD PLLC WEBB 27 64 $3,639
ELIZONDO, ROY J BEXAR 8 9 $1,028
ELLINGTON MEMORIAL CLINIC-ELLINGTON MEM CLINIC CASS 55 74 $5,981
ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ MD PA LUBBOCK 1 1 $75
ERAJ, UMMEED A HARRIS 2 2 $116
ETMC CRNA SERVICES SMITH 1 1 $215
ETMC FIRST PHYSICIANS CLINIC CARTHAGE PANOLA 15 17 $1,636
EVELINA V ALCALEN MD PA TARRANT 3 6 $718
EVERING-SIMMS, DIANE A GRAY 2 2 $95
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC FALLS 1 1 $26
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC-FCHC RUCKER CLINIC MCLENNAN 1 1 $48
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE DOCTORS CLINIC FALLS 1 1 $89
FAMILY CARE CENTER PECOS 18 35 $2,869
FAMILY CLINIC OF ANAHUAC PA CHAMBERS 1 1 $91
FAMILY DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL CENTER HILL 4 5 $1,777
FAMILY FUTURES PA HARRIS 21 23 $1,282
FAMILY HEALTH CARE CLINIC DENTON 335 719 $68,408
FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC-FAMILY HEALTH CENTER ECTOR 3 3 $100
FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER DIMMIT 10 17 $1,513
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-BRUTON ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATDALLAS 20 37 $1,820
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH DALLAS 2 2 $64
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-SOUTHWEST DALLAS FAMILY MEDICAL ASSDALLAS 2 2 $189
FAMILY MEDICAL CTR UT HIDALGO 1 1 $64
FAMILY MEDICINE RURAL HEALTH LAMPASAS 16 21 $1,077
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO- JIM WELLS 4 4 $434
FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOC PA KERR 1 1 $45
FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER MCLENNAN 37 54 $5,343
FAMILY PRACTICE CLINIC OF CRESTWATER HARRIS 1 1 $56
FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTH-FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTHHAMILTON 1 1 $109
FAR NORTH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER- TRAVIS 2 2 $398
FARMERSVILLE MEDICAL CENTER COLLIN 26 37 $4,847
FEMALE SPECIALTY CARE INC DALLAS 124 201 $16,831
FERCOWICZ, ANDREW J ANGELINA 4 8 $349
FIRST CHOICE OBGYN ASSOCIATES PA-FIRST CHOICE OBGYN ASSOCEL PASO 26 46 $4,953
FIRST HORIZON MEDICAL CENTER PA EL PASO 1 1 $48
FORD, DINSDALE W HARRIS 3 3 $165
FORT BEND FAMILY HEALTH CTR FORT BEND 142 204 $43,875
FORT DAVIS FAMILY PRACTICE PA JEFF DAVIS 3 3 $232
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER MAVERICK 3 3 $650
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-FORT DUNCAN MEDICALMAVERICK 4 4 $2,147
FOUNDATION SURGERY CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO LLP-PHYSICIANS ABEXAR 1 1 $525
FOURTH WARD CLINIC-GOOD NEIGHBOR HEALTHCARE CENTER HARRIS 2 2 $273
FOX CLINIC CHILDRESS 46 85 $7,461
FREDERICKSBURG CLINIC PA-FREDERICKSBURG CLINIC GILLESPIE 1 1 $9
FREDERICKSBURG FAMILY CLINIC PA-CORNERSTONE CLINIC GILLESPIE 10 22 $1,077
FRIO HOSPITAL FRIO 1 1 $414
FRIO HOSPITAL ANESTHESIA FRIO 1 1 $186
FRONTERA HEALTHCARE NETWORK MASON 9 12 $1,549
FULL CIRCLE OB GYN PA- HARRIS 8 8 $670
G DEAN STROBEL MD PA GRAYSON 1 1 $34
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SFY2009
GABRIEL GUAJARDO MD PLLC- CAMERON 1 2 $143
GARCIA, JUAN M CAMERON 2 3 $232
GARCIA, LUIS M CAMERON 1 1 $9
GARCIA, RAUL G BEXAR 2 3 $140
GARCIA, SAMUEL T HIDALGO 2 2 $143
GARY A DEBAKEY MD PA-TOMBALL OB/GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 1 1 $48
GASKIN, CHARLES D HARRISON 20 35 $4,366
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-CENTRAL CLINIC WEBB 53 86 $4,204
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-SOUTH CLINIC WEBB 3 3 $185
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-THE GATEWAY COMMUNITYWEBB 94 103 $18,466
GAYLE, ROSALYN A HARRIS 24 27 $2,166
GEORGE D HILLIARD MD PA- BEXAR 8 11 $1,209
GEORGE M KINGSLEY DO INC ELLIS 5 5 $854
GEORGE T KUHN MD PA HARRIS 3 3 $1,917
GHASSAN N FANOUS MD PA-GHASSAN FANOUS MD PA ECTOR 5 6 $241
GILLEY, JUDITH R VICTORIA 43 72 $4,242
GLEN I FEINSTEIN MD PA BEXAR 4 5 $398
GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC ASSOC-GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC CASS 17 28 $1,595
GONZALES HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GONZALES 14 15 $653
GONZALES HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-GONZALESGONZALES 7 7 $3,571
GONZALEZ, JUAN M JEFFERSON 1 1 $182
GONZALEZ-DICKSON, JUAN J HIDALGO 4 4 $176
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 1 1 $70
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER LINDEN-LINDEN MUNICIPAL HOSCASS 1 1 $510
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CTR GREGG 6 6 $3,377
GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICIANS SERVICES-GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICI GREGG 3 5 $209
GOODALL WITCHER HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION-CLIFTON MEDICAL CBOSQUE 4 4 $393
GORE, ARTHUR J TRAVIS 1 1 $56
GOWEN ROSE M MD CAMERON 2 3 $85
GRACIA MEDICAL LLP-BOHMAN CLINIC DEWITT 3 3 $116
GRAHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL YOUNG 2 2 $690
GRAHAM TIME PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $56
GRAND PARKWAY FAMILY PRACTICE CLINIC PA HARRIS 2 2 $162
GRAYSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPT GRAYSON 116 227 $13,044
GREATER DALLAS HEALTHCARE ENTERPRISES DALLAS 10 13 $2,097
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA HARRIS 1 1 $127
GREATER HOUSTON RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA-ST JOSEPH RADIOHARRIS 1 1 $30
GREGG, JOHN T DEAF SMITH 1 1 $600
GREGGS, SHARON E DALLAS 2 2 $104
GREGORIS E NUNEZ MD PA HIDALGO 20 21 $1,113
GRETCHEN M VELASCO MD PA- HIDALGO 12 14 $804
GRIEDER, KEVIN T GUADALUPE 4 4 $85
GUADALUPE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER GUADALUPE 6 6 $1,592
GUADALUPE VALLEY WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER PA GUADALUPE 67 113 $11,070
GUERRA, JOHN R HIDALGO 22 31 $4,035
GUILLERMO L MONTANEZ MD PA-GULLERMO L MONTANEZ MD PA HIDALGO 3 3 $224
GUILLIAMS, STEPHEN E HARRIS 14 15 $2,156
GULF COAST FAMILY MEDICINE- WHARTON 2 3 $174
GULF COAST HEALTH CENTER INC- JEFFERSON 26 29 $4,597
GULF COAST MEDICAL GROUP PLLC-GULF COAST MEDICAL GROUP PHARRIS 2 2 $132
GULF SHORE ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA-GULF SHORE ANESTHES NUECES 3 3 $550
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GUTIERREZ, J SANTIAGO WEBB 1 1 $113
GYN PATH SERVICES INC EL PASO 88 89 $7,279
GYNICS ASSOCIATES TRAVIS 1 3 $186
HAECKLER, CHRISTOPHER R HOUSTON 13 26 $2,431
HANES, MICHELLE A HARRIS 3 6 $310
HANNA, JOHN B HOCKLEY 11 13 $3,988
HANSON, ROBERT E JEFFERSON 19 33 $6,088
HANY H AHMED MD PA HARRIS 45 81 $9,605
HARLAN WICHELHAUS MD PA GALVESTON 4 4 $157
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSCAMERON 28 28 $5,222
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSCAMERON 25 25 $4,311
HARLINGEN MEDICAL CENTER LP CAMERON 3 3 $1,653
HARLINGEN OB-GYN ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 51 114 $12,328
HARLINGEN PHYSICIANS NETWORK INC-HARLINGEN PHYSICIANS NETCAMERON 2 3 $182
HARMONY WOMENS CLINIC PA-HARMONY WOMEN'S CLINIC, PA EL PASO 10 21 $1,057
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 300 622 $55,364
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT- HARRIS 11 15 $1,440
HARRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HARRIS COUNTY HOSP DISTRICHARRIS 19 20 $12,835
HARRIS METHODIST FORT WORTH-HARRIS HOSPITAL TARRANT 1 1 $582
HARRIS, NORMAN ECTOR 26 34 $3,533
HARRISON COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION-GOOD SHEPHERD MED HARRISON 2 2 $914
HARRISON, LUTRICIA A HARRIS 2 2 $91
HASAN, FERHAT M HARRIS 12 12 $662
HAWKINS, KIMBERLY HARRIS 1 1 $34
HAWKINS, WILLIAM N JEFFERSON 25 25 $1,414
HAYS COUNTY HEALTH HAYS 1 2 $202
HAZEM EL ZUFARI MD PA-HAZEN EL ZUFARI MD PA HARRIS 11 15 $1,014
HCA SOUTH ARLINGTON MED CTR TARRANT 1 1 $582
HCHD FAMILY MEDICINE-HCHD COMMUNITY MEDICINE HARRIS 19 25 $549
HCHD OB/GYN HARRIS 4 5 $202
HCHD RADIOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $14
HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PEOPLE OF EAST TEXAS-THE HOPSHELBY 2 3 $231
HEALTHSOUTH SURGERY CENTER AT PASTEUR PLAZA LP- BEXAR 3 3 $1,104
HEALTHY WOMAN, PA BEXAR 27 44 $2,556
HEARN, DONALD R HARRIS 4 5 $284
HEART OF TEXAS COMMUNITY MCLENNAN 10 10 $1,737
HENDERSON MEM HOSP ANES GRP RUSK 1 1 $156
HENDERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL RUSK 1 1 $537
HENRY, JOHNNY L DALLAS 1 1 $54
HENRY, KATHERINE A POTTER 14 18 $540
HENSLEY, MARGARET A COLEMAN 1 1 $31
HER HEALTHCARE LLP-HER HEALTHCARE HARRIS 3 4 $2,157
HERCARE WOMENS SPECIALTY CLNIC OF BONHAM PA-HERCARE WOGRAYSON 1 2 $136
HEREFORD HEALTH CLINIC DEAF SMITH 32 46 $3,054
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS A HARRIS 9 14 $1,303
HERNANDEZ, ERNESTO BEXAR 14 32 $1,440
HERRERA, GLORIA R BEXAR 2 2 $89
HIDALGO COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HIDALGO 168 465 $28,072
HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION-HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICPOTTER 2 2 $38
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-COPPERAS COCORYELL 15 16 $1,851
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-SAN SABA FA SAN SABA 836 1,374 $171,187
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SFY2009
HILL COUNTRY FAMILY MED-DBA HILL COUNTRY FAMILY MEDICAL CEKENDALL 11 17 $686
HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL-HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL HOSP GILLESPIE 188 330 $28,204
HILL, WELTON E AUSTIN 11 14 $571
HILLCREST ANESTHESIA LLP GRAYSON 1 2 $350
HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER MCLENNAN 1 1 $12
HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER-HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICALMCLENNAN 5 5 $2,736
HILLCROFT FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC PA- HARRIS 1 1 $34
HILLCROFT PHYSICIANS PA HARRIS 22 39 $2,551
HILLIARD, ROBERT L BEXAR 9 16 $753
HIRAM L GARCIA MD PA-FAMILY MEDICAL DAY & NIGHT CLINIC HIDALGO 1 1 $48
HOBSON, DAVID W FORT BEND 20 24 $2,011
HOEFELMANN, RICHARD W PALO PINTO 5 8 $497
HOERSTER CLINIC LLANO 77 100 $7,424
HOFMANN, JAMES C HARRIS 10 11 $1,037
HOHENSTEIN, JACOBO Q HIDALGO 2 2 $650
HOLSHOUSER, CHARLES A BEXAR 1 1 $38
HOOD MEDICAL GROUP HOOD 1 2 $168
HOPE WOMENS CLINIC PA- FORT BEND 8 9 $1,171
HORD, MICHAEL TERRY 4 6 $237
HORIZON ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES GREGG 1 1 $215
HOSSEIN GHANBANI MD PA WICHITA 18 26 $3,312
HOUMAM AL-HAKEEM MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $4
HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS INC- HARRIS 1 1 $165
HOUSTON NORTHWEST OPERATING COMPANY LLC-HOUSTON NORTHHARRIS 1 1 $59
HOUSTON NW RADIOLOGY-HOUSTON NORTHWEST RADIOLOGY HARRIS 2 2 $44
HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCIATES-HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCAIAHARRIS 1 1 $48
HOUSTON PROGRESSIVE RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES LLP-RADIOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $32
HOUSTONHEALTHCARE CLINIC-HOUSTON HEALTHCARE CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $38
HUFFMAN, LARRY W GREGG 1 2 $124
HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES-HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES INJOHNSON 18 32 $4,509
HUGULEY PATHOLOGY CONSULTANT JOHNSON 14 14 $397
HUMANA HOSPITAL ABILENE TAYLOR 1 1 $458
HUNT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT-PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF GHUNT 1 1 $11
IMMUNIZATION ONLY-DHS BELL 8 10 $0
INFINITY WOMENS HEALTHCARE DALLAS 5 7 $661
INSTITUTE FOR WOMENS HEALTH BEXAR 170 265 $23,653
IRVING COPPELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA DALLAS 7 8 $822
IRVING RADIOLOGICAL DALLAS 1 1 $14
IRVING WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER-DALLAS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRDALLAS 143 271 $28,109
J AND D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLC-J & D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLCHARRIS 2 2 $366
J BARNES DO PA JIM WELLS 7 11 $1,720
J E GRAHAM PA- MOORE 20 26 $2,859
J KIRKLAND GRANT MD DALLAS 6 7 $818
JAFARIAN, ALI DALLAS 1 1 $12
JAMES W. BROWNE, M.D., P.A.-JAMES W. BROWNE, M.D. ANDREWS 1 1 $53
JANA M WINBERG MD PA-KOUNTZE FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC HARDIN 1 1 $48
JARIWALA, NATVER T ANDREWS 1 2 $640
JAROD MENDEZ MD PA- CAMERON 7 13 $1,386
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-BUNA CLINIC JASPER 48 66 $3,215
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-JASPER NEWTOJASPER 243 360 $20,990
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KIRBYVILLE CLI JASPER 97 119 $6,046
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SFY2009
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-NEWTON CLINICNEWTON 48 73 $3,622
JEARALD AND LINDA HEFLIN MD PA ERATH 9 14 $779
JEFF M LIVINGSTON MD PC- DALLAS 40 74 $6,695
JEFFREY K GILBERTSON MD PA YOUNG 1 1 $547
JEFFREYS, CHARLES A BEXAR 7 14 $998
JENKINS, TARYLL L HARRIS 17 23 $3,786
JENNIFER M ARZOLA MD PA BEXAR 3 7 $1,551
JESSIE, ADRIAN C NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $34
JOHN PETER SMITH HOSPITAL TARRANT 7 8 $432
JOHNS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE HEALTH CENTER AT JOHNS COMMWILLIAMSON 16 18 $947
JOHNSON, JESSE B WILLIAMSON 5 6 $503
JOHOL C. CHAN DO- WEBB 3 3 $177
JONATHAN B BUTEN MD PA- WILLIAMSON 1 1 $600
JONES, MICHAEL W ELLIS 2 4 $2,813
JONES, PATSY TRAVIS 1 1 $73
JORDAN ASHA PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $26
JORDAN, BETTY J LIBERTY 3 5 $325
JOSE COHEN MD PA-VALLEY WOMENS CLINIC HARLINGEN PA CAMERON 52 86 $6,474
JOSE SALGUERO MD PA-PEDIATRICS COOL CARE ELLIS 1 1 $96
JOSE V. BONILLA MD AND ASSOC- BEXAR 4 10 $1,211
JOSEPH M FINLEY AND ASSOCIATES MD PA JEFFERSON 1 1 $34
JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP INC-JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP, INC TARRANT 4 5 $87
JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD PA-JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD. HIDALGO 32 37 $4,141
JUNE WILLIAMS COLMAN MD PA HARRIS 27 31 $2,077
KALYAN K RATH MD- TYLER 1 1 $62
KAPASI, MOSHIN BEXAR 38 67 $10,279
KARIMJEE, NAJMUDDIN K HARRIS 2 2 $95
KARNES COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER KARNES 12 16 $2,397
KARNES COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-KAISER HOSPITAL EMERGENCKARNES 1 1 $204
KARNES COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-OTTO KAISER MEMORIAL HOS KARNES 1 1 $21
KAUFMAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 133 159 $20,960
KAYANI, KHALID JEFFERSON 2 3 $160
KEISHA L LOFTIN MD PA BEXAR 32 53 $4,064
KEITH I.G. SPOONER AND ASSOCIATES-KEITH I.G.SPOONER MD LIBERTY 17 17 $1,089
KELL WEST REGIONAL HOSPITAL LLC-KELL WEST REGIONAL HOSPITAWICHITA 1 1 $518
KELLUM FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 46 62 $6,884
KELLY, MARISE HARRIS 2 3 $102
KELLY, RICHARD J HOUSTON 9 13 $953
KELSOM CLINIC- DALLAS 1 1 $85
KEMPER, EDDIE P BELL 30 47 $3,269
KENDRA L THORN MD PA COMAL 1 1 $70
KERN, JAMES H HARRIS 16 21 $2,138
KEVIN R WADDELL MD PA JEFFERSON 19 29 $2,461
KIANI-KHOZANI, GHOLAM A HIDALGO 37 55 $7,697
KIESLING, CAROL POTTER 4 4 $271
KIM LISA BANGO MD PA HOWARD 3 3 $177
KIMBLE HOSPITAL EMERG ROOM KIMBLE 1 1 $48
KINGS DAUGHTERS CLINIC BELL 18 30 $3,136
KIRBY HIGHLAND LAKES SURGERY CENTER LLP BURNET 1 1 $510
KLENZ, MARY E HIDALGO 4 5 $209
KNOX FAMILY WELLNESS CLINIC PA- KNOX 2 2 $67
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SFY2009
KRISHNAN, ELIZABETH G HIDALGO 2 2 $118
KRISHNASWAMY, KANNAPPAN AUSTIN 5 8 $279
KUHNE, ROBERT C COLLIN 1 1 $14
LA BLANCA FAMILY CLINIC INC HIDALGO 1 1 $74
LA ESPERANZA CLINIC, INC-LA CLINIC ESPERANZA INC TOM GREEN 9 9 $1,557
LA FERIA MEDICAL CLINIC PA CAMERON 2 4 $135
LA STRAP, RHODESIA N TARRANT 1 3 $161
LABMD LTD-LABMD HARRIS 51 57 $5,459
LABORATORY CORP OF AMERICA HOLDINGS-LABORATORY CORP OFOUT OF STATE 11 11 $369
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HARRIS 1,494 1,807 $114,320
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA-NATIONAL HEALTH LABORDALLAS 469 756 $42,062
LADAGE, F S RUSK 1 1 $55
LADONNA P RUTLEDGE MD PA MATAGORDA 14 24 $1,628
LAGUNAS, YOLANDA EL PASO 25 30 $2,791
LAKELAND MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HENDERSON 8 14 $1,125
LAKEWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 57 102 $10,768
LAKSHMANAN, KARUPPANA G JEFFERSON 2 2 $403
LAMB COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC LAMB 1 1 $275
LAMB HEALTHCARE CENTER LAMB 1 1 $17
LAMESA PRIMARY HEALTH CLINIC DAWSON 1 1 $600
LANDRUM-CHESTER OB-GYN ASSOC HIDALGO 21 28 $2,451
LAREDO FAMILY PLANNING SVC WEBB 326 881 $65,394
LAREDO MEDICAL CENTER WEBB 2 2 $1,051
LAREDO OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA- WEBB 10 12 $1,096
LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER-LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $559
LATHAM, MIA L LUBBOCK 27 50 $2,942
LAURIE HULSMAN DO PA WHARTON 3 3 $228
LEDOUX, LANCE L HAYS 14 15 $971
LEE, CHIN H HARRIS 18 21 $2,068
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES HARRIS 8 9 $2,321
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES-BODY POSITIVE WELLNESS HARRIS 1 1 $259
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES-MONTROSE CLINIC INC HARRIS 64 100 $4,615
LEHMANN, DEBORAH K TARRANT 1 2 $96
LESTER, R ANTON SMITH 6 6 $262
LEWIS, REBECCA G BREWSTER 5 8 $666
LHC FAMILY MEDICINE- LAMB 25 53 $4,210
LIBSON, DAVID S ECTOR 1 1 $81
LIRA, NOE NUECES 16 24 $2,642
LISA ROUSE MD PA KERR 1 1 $48
LIVELY, MICHELLE BEXAR 1 2 $520
LOBAUGH, MARK BELL 1 1 $81
LONE STAR ANESTHESIA CONSULT POTTER 6 6 $1,155
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 180 228 $37,277
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LSCC OB/GYN WILLIAMSON 193 288 $47,115
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-ROUND ROCK COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 204 293 $48,104
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC MONTGOMERY 4 4 $258
LONE STAR OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 113 159 $19,867
LONE STAR RADIOLOGY SERVICES JOHNSON 1 1 $61
LONESTAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 2 2 $1,458
LONG, DONALD P JEFFERSON 3 3 $129
LONGVIEW MEDICAL CENTER LP-LONGVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENGREGG 2 2 $761
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SFY2009
LONGVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 1 1 $600
LONGVIEW WELLNESS CENTER INC-WELLNESS POINTE GREGG 751 1,165 $115,784
LORD JR EDWARD A MD PA HARRIS 14 15 $1,248
LORI GORE GREEN DO PA-LORI GORE-GREEN DO PA DENTON 2 2 $100
LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-LOS BARRIOS UNIDOSDALLAS 8 10 $1,096
LOUIS, ALFRED R HARRIS 1 1 $62
LOWRY, MADISON D COMAL 4 4 $196
LUCIUS, ALFRED D HARRIS 1 1 $469
LUTHER, VERA M SABINE 4 6 $461
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST LYNN 36 76 $5,343
LYONS, CALVIN J HARRIS 4 4 $44
MACLIN, ROWENA J TARRANT 1 1 $48
MAGNOLIA FIRST FAMILY MEDICINE PA HARRIS 1 1 $34
MAHAN, MILES E HARRIS 2 3 $180
MAIA DANIELSON MD PA CAMERON 13 28 $2,648
MAIN, ELLIS G NUECES 1 1 $75
MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC.-MAINLAND PATHOLOGY ASSOC GALVESTON 1 1 $21
MALLIK, SUBODH K PECOS 18 35 $2,126
MARADANI, SARITA TRAVIS 6 9 $371
MARCELO TOTORIOA MD PA-MARCELO TOTORICA MD HARRIS 1 1 $70
MARIA CHRISTINA MADRID MD PA-MADRID FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 2 3 $227
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA- HIDALGO 14 19 $2,515
MARK E NICHOLS MD PA- MONTGOMERY 1 1 $48
MARK GOTTESMAN MD PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $48
MARK L ELDORE MD PA-ATHENS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CENTER HENDERSON 83 121 $12,204
MARSHALL ANESTHESIA SERVICES HARRISON 2 2 $420
MARSHALL HEALTH SERVICES HARRISON 5 8 $947
MARSHALL, JUNE G HARRIS 26 30 $2,466
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR FAMILY CLINIC INC-MARTIN LUTHER KING JRDALLAS 6 7 $1,304
MARTIN, RAY M BROWN 1 1 $48
MARTINEZ, JESUS L EL PASO 15 26 $2,398
MATAGORDA COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-MATAGORDA REGIONAL MMATAGORDA 1 1 $537
MATAGORDA EPISCOPAL HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM- MATAGORDA 4 4 $171
MATERN-ALL PA- EL PASO 1 1 $70
MATHEWS, JESELLE A HIDALGO 9 9 $513
MATLOCK OB GYN ASSOC PA TARRANT 22 31 $3,672
MATTISON PATHOLOGY LLP-AVERO DIAGNOSTICS LUBBOCK 12 16 $779
MAXIE C. SPROTT II, MD PA JEFFERSON 24 51 $6,399
MAYO, DAWN G BEXAR 21 28 $3,205
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA HIDALGO 2 2 $352
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA-MCALLEN ANESTHESIA COHIDALGO 15 15 $2,450
MCALPINE, DAVID B TARRANT 2 2 $571
MCCAIN, STEFANIE B TAYLOR 5 5 $285
MCCRAW, RONALD K JEFFERSON 4 4 $211
MCCULLOUGH, DEBRA L ANDREWS 3 3 $98
MCGHEE, ORSEL S KAUFMAN 17 36 $2,454
MCH PROFESSIONAL CARE ANESTHESIOLOGY- ECTOR 1 1 $210
MCH PROFESSIONAL CARE INTERNAL MEDICINE-PROCARE OIMA ANEECTOR 7 11 $1,694
MCKINNEY FAMILY PLANNING CENTER COLLIN 216 337 $45,358
MCMINN, DENISE L POTTER 17 22 $488
MCMULLEN, CRAIG M SHELBY 4 4 $303
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SFY2009
MED CURE PRIMARY CARE PHYSIC HARRIS 46 78 $4,355
MED PATH LABS INC GREGG 142 156 $5,827
MEDCARE ASSOCIATES PA BANDERA 9 10 $468
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ASSOCIATION CORSICANA-MEDICAL AND SUNAVARRO 1 1 $62
MEDICAL CENTER MEDICAL GROUP- BOWIE 2 2 $84
MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO MEDINA 1 1 $45
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES LLC OUT OF STATE 29 30 $3,631
MEDICAL EDGE HEALTHCARE GROUP PA DALLAS 1 1 $43
MEDICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES BEXAR 47 63 $5,239
MEDINA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL MEDINA 1 1 $12
MEDUNA, DAVID BRAZOS 3 4 $316
MEHTA, VIRENDRAK D WICHITA 13 17 $1,022
MELINDA J HISCOCK MD PA-MELINDA J HISCOCK MS PA GRAY 8 17 $1,755
MELVA PALACIOS MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $59
MEMORIAL FAMILY PRACTICE CTR FORT BEND 5 6 $237
MEMORIAL HEALTH CLINIC-STAMFORD HOSPITAL DISTRICT JONES 2 2 $183
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN MEM HARRIS 1 1 $44
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN NORTHARRIS 1 1 $585
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN-HERMHARRIS 1 1 $44
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MHHS THE WOODLANDS HOHARRIS 1 1 $130
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GONZALES 7 7 $1,266
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN AUGUSTINE SAN AUGUSTINE 1 1 $15
MENDELSON, EDWARD G HARRIS 1 1 $729
MENDOZA, JOE EL PASO 6 9 $457
MENN, NONA D D SAN PATRICIO 4 4 $1,850
METHODIST HOSPITAL LEVELLAND INC-COVENANT HOSPITAL LEVELLHOCKLEY 5 5 $280
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF DALLAS-METHODIST CHARLTON MEDICAL DALLAS 8 8 $107
METHODIST HOSPITAL-SOUTHWEST TEX METHODIST HREV BEXAR 18 18 $9,831
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER ASC LP BEXAR 3 3 $1,574
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER-METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTERDALLAS 5 5 $329
METROPLEX ADVENTIST HOSPITAL CRNA INC BELL 2 2 $349
METROPLEX ADVENTIST HOSPITAL INC-METROPLEX HOSPITAL BELL 1 1 $92
METROPLEX HOSPITAL BELL 3 3 $1,781
METROPLUS OB GYN HARRIS 27 35 $4,725
METROPOLITAN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS LLP DALLAS 4 4 $744
MEYER, JAMES R UVALDE 14 25 $5,084
MEZA, BERTHA A VAL VERDE 3 3 $93
MICHAEL D WILLIAMS MD PA POTTER 7 7 $349
MICHAEL D. GARCIA , MD, PA-MICHAEL D GARCIA MD PA BEXAR 12 12 $917
MICHAEL E CADENA DO PA WALKER 9 11 $2,036
MICHAEL G SHAFFER MD PA- EL PASO 2 4 $699
MICHIEL R NOE MD PA-SUN CITY WOMENS HEALTH CARE EL PASO 35 45 $3,276
MID COAST MEDICAL CLINIC WHARTON 6 6 $406
MID TEX ANESTHESIA ASSOC MCLENNAN 1 1 $198
MID TEXAS HEALTH CARE ASSOCI GILLESPIE 5 5 $321
MID VALLEY FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES PA- HIDALGO 3 4 $159
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES MIDLAND 165 243 $35,938
MIDLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MIDLAND 9 9 $3,557
MIDTOWN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 4 4 $168
MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNING INC-MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNINGINC BROWN 52 136 $7,991
MIGRANT HEALTH SERVICE INC- # 3 3 $445
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MIHIA SATURDAY PRENATAL ECTOR 198 408 $30,365
MINCK, RORY N HIDALGO 2 3 $34
MISHRA, DURBA JASPER 1 1 $34
MITCHELL B HUGHSTON MD CAMERON 15 18 $582
MLMD PA BELL 9 11 $1,081
MONTALVO, JUAN F WEBB 21 23 $1,863
MONTANEZ, GUILLERMO L HIDALGO 8 11 $658
MONTGOMERY, CURTIS E WALKER 2 2 $101
MONTOPOLIS PUBLIC HEALTH TRAVIS 1 1 $199
MOORE, VIVIAN C ROCKWALL 6 13 $986
MOREANO, WALTER F HARRIS 15 15 $641
MOSES, CHARLES R JEFFERSON 43 86 $8,303
MOTHER FRANCES HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE 6 7 $374
MT ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC RUSK 6 10 $799
MULDER, MICHELLE M HARRIS 2 2 $666
MY DOCTOR PA-HUNTSVILLE PEDIATRIC AND ADULT MEDICINE ASSOWALKER 1 1 $48
NAYAK, SATISH ANDREWS 2 2 $95
NELLSCH, VERNER O POLK 26 29 $2,559
NEMA I UWAYDAH MD PA HARRIS 2 3 $102
NEW BRAUNFELS OB/GYN COMAL 3 3 $131
NEWTON FAMILY CLINIC NEWTON 12 20 $1,048
NGUYEN, TOM T HARRIS 2 3 $345
NHCI OF HILLSBORO INC-HILL REGIONAL HOSPITAL HILL 1 1 $105
NIAMATALI, HABIBOOLA DALLAS 1 1 $53
NOBLE, DECARLO DENTON 3 5 $1,602
NOCONA MEDICAL CLINIC MONTAGUE 7 12 $521
NORTH CENTRAL METHODIST ASC LP BEXAR 1 1 $552
NORTH CENTRAL TEX MED FOUND-WILSON FAMILY PLANNING CLINICWICHITA 829 1,685 $179,376
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL FOUNDATION-WICHITA FALLS FAMWICHITA 1 1 $110
NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PA-NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHARRIS 2 2 $378
NORTH TEXAS HOSPITAL DALLAS 1 1 $549
NORTH TEXAS OB-GYN ASSOC DENTON 5 7 $920
NORTHEAST AUSTIN HEALTH CTR TRAVIS 5 5 $996
NORTHEAST HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $0
NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 11 11 $790
NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES-NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATESHARRIS 8 8 $1,257
NORTHEAST OB/GYN ASSOCPLLC BEXAR 57 79 $6,281
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMETITUS 45 68 $11,663
NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH-NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTHDALLAS 16 21 $2,043
NORTHSTAR ANESTHESIA PA TARRANT 4 5 $919
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL POTTER 78 92 $8,027
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL POTTER 6 6 $3,350
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-WOMENS AND CHILDRENS HEALPOTTER 47 59 $1,812
NORTHWEST NURSE PRACTITIONERS CLINIC LLC HARRIS 2 2 $88
NORTHWEST WOMENS CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $12
NOVOA, JULIO C EL PASO 32 56 $6,754
NUECES COUNTY WOMEN'S CLINIC-CORPUS CHRISTI WOMENS CLINI NUECES 128 230 $28,201
NUESTRA CLINICA DEL VALLE HIDALGO 10 12 $2,256
NUESTRA CLINICA DEL VALLE INC HIDALGO 2 2 $375
NULIA-CROUSE, RICHARD F HARRIS 1 1 $70
OAK BEND MEDICAL CENTER-OAKBEND MEDICAL CENTER FORT BEND 1 1 $278
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OAK HILL HEALTH FACILITY TRAVIS 1 1 $199
OAKWOOD WOMENS CENTRE PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $56
OATES, MYRTLE HARRIS 5 5 $321
OB GYN ASSOC OF HENDERSON LLP-BROOKRIDGE MEDICAL CENTERGREGG 49 70 $9,527
OB GYN CARE PA HARRIS 3 7 $308
OB-GYN OF HOUSTON LLP HARRIS 52 75 $7,984
OB-GYN SPECIALIST OF LAREDO WEBB 33 39 $4,910
OBGYN ASSOCIATES OF DENTON PLLC DENTON 1 1 $81
OBIORA M. EKWEANI, MD, PA-FRISCO URGENT CARE & CLINICS COLLIN 1 1 $12
OBSTETRICAL AND GYN ASSOC NUECES 58 106 $5,819
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSO OF LAREDO PA-OBSTETRICS WEBB 3 4 $1,339
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY OF THE WOODLANDS PA MONTGOMERY 2 2 $75
OBUKOFE CHRISTIE E MD- HARRIS 39 75 $4,733
OCHILTREE HOSPITAL DISTRICT OCHILTREE 25 48 $5,017
ODESSA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-ODESSA REGIONAL HOSPITAL ECTOR 2 2 $1,109
OKOLI, OKEY BEXAR 27 49 $6,745
OLADELE OLUSANYA MD PA-OADELE OLUSANYA MD PA DALLAS 4 10 $735
OLAYA, BERNARDO WICHITA 4 6 $791
OMEGA OB/GYN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTH ARLINGTON TARRANT 99 148 $11,447
ONDRIZEK, RICHARD R JOHNSON 21 26 $3,862
OSCAR BENAVIDES MD PA WEBB 1 1 $81
OSCAR GARZA MD FRIO 12 27 $2,019
OUTPATIENT CLINICAL CARE PA HARRIS 1 1 $81
PADILLA, GUILLERMO HARRIS 7 8 $360
PAGE, CINDY K SAN PATRICIO 42 73 $7,587
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-PALEST ANDERSON 1 1 $436
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-PALEST ANDERSON 26 27 $1,512
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LP-PALESTINE REGIONAL MEDICANDERSON 27 29 $1,044
PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL PALO PINTO 3 3 $600
PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL-PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSP PALO PINTO 1 1 $380
PANHANDLE ANESTHESIA SERVICES LLP POTTER 1 1 $184
PANHANDLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY-AMARILLO OB-GYN ASSPOTTER 4 5 $786
PANOUSIERIS, EDWARD DALLAS 1 1 $94
PAPASAKELARIO, CRISTO HARRIS 1 1 $34
PAPPAS, GREGORY A MATAGORDA 29 55 $9,706
PARK PLAZA ANESTHESIOLOGISTS HARRIS 2 2 $392
PARKER, DIANA L POTTER 3 4 $191
PARKEY, WENDELL W GAINES 6 7 $759
PARKLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DALLAS 11 12 $306
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC RHC-PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 13 19 $1,312
PARKVIEW MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HARRIS 1 1 $48
PASADENA HEALTH CENTER INC HARRIS 6 6 $645
PASADENA WOMEN'S CENTER HARRIS 48 51 $3,669
PATE, ROBERT J ANDERSON 3 5 $277
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-. WICHITA 496 531 $17,045
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-PATHOLOGY ASSOC WICHITA 1 1 $0
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TYLER-PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TYSMITH 229 232 $6,359
PATHOLOGY LABORATORY LLP CAMERON 13 14 $89
PATHOLOGY REFERENCE LAB BEXAR 481 503 $48,102
PATHOLOGY SERVICES OF TEXARK BOWIE 1 1 $28
PATIENCE MILLER OB-GYN, PLLC- BEXAR 10 14 $1,184
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PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATES PA-PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIAT LAMAR 7 13 $922
PEA IN THE POD OB GYN ASSOCIATION BEXAR 10 11 $617
PEACHTREE MEDICAL PA HARRIS 1 1 $38
PEARCE CLINIC BREWSTER 11 14 $3,238
PECHE, WILLIAM BEXAR 1 1 $48
PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC TRAVIS 340 716 $43,638
PERINATAL HEALTHCARE ASSCOC EL PASO 2 2 $143
PERMIAN ANESTHESIA ASSOC ECTOR 2 2 $328
PERMIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL ER-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CEN ANDREWS 2 2 $438
PERMIAN WOMEN S CENTER PA-PERMIAN WOMEN'S CENTER PA ECTOR 44 77 $7,135
PHAM, CHUONG H HARRIS 1 1 $48
PHILIPS, DUDLEY A GALVESTON 35 59 $5,486
PHILLIPS, MICHAEL S TARRANT 4 4 $284
PHYNET INC GREGG 1 1 $51
PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTHWEST DALLAS DALLAS 24 28 $634
PHYSICIANS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES PA-PHYSICIANS HEALTHCAREL PASO 1 1 $48
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY SERVICES HIDALGO 101 129 $7,761
PHYSICIANS SURGICAL HOSPITALS LLC-PANHANDLE SURGICAL HOSPPOTTER 1 1 $531
PINEYWOODS OF EAST TEXAS ANGELINA 25 37 $3,140
PINNACLE ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA DALLAS 12 13 $2,314
PITRE, CLARENCE A EL PASO 27 36 $3,123
PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CASTRO 3 3 $85
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSN LUBBOCK 1,376 3,237 $265,560
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-EDINBURG CENTER HIDALGO 896 1,720 $156,369
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-LAS MILPAS CENTER- PHARR HIDALGO 12 12 $2,191
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MCALLEN CENTER HIDALGO 1,559 3,117 $301,560
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MISSION CLINIC HIDALGO 795 1,465 $137,098
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PHARR CENTER HIDALGO 41 54 $3,785
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PROGRESO COMMUNITY CLINIC HIDALGO 22 26 $2,975
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-RIO GRANDE CITY CLINIC STARR 392 642 $73,990
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-WESLACO CENTER HIDALGO 1,001 1,928 $194,557
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANCAMERON 774 1,765 $118,704
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANCAMERON 20 26 $2,028
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANWILLACY 108 271 $19,607
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-SOUTCAMERON 301 689 $39,933
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CTR OF EL PASO-PLANNED PARENTHOOD CEL PASO 1,693 3,889 $204,655
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-. FORT BEND 7,624 15,332 $2,550,163
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET FANNIN CLINIC HARRIS 3,861 7,240 $1,265,868
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET SOUTHWEST CLINHARRIS 1,168 1,965 $401,829
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET TEEN CLINIC HARRIS 2 2 $147
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHMCLENNAN 1,853 4,048 $430,924
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH TEXAS INC- DALLAS 6,418 14,484 $1,110,765
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHONUECES 114 190 $17,561
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHONUECES 2,335 5,013 $554,743
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF TEXAS TRAVIS 1,049 1,844 $147,948
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-MIDLAND CLINIC MIDLAND 704 1,440 $133,833
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-ODESSA CLINIC ECTOR 961 2,226 $178,771
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-PLANNED PARENTHOOD ABTAYLOR 635 1,328 $108,333
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-SAN ANGELO CLINIC TOM GREEN 1,034 2,211 $166,147
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SEXUAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES-FAMILY PLBEXAR 5,453 13,055 $1,013,229
PLAZA ANESTHESIA GROUP PLLC BEXAR 1 1 $178
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PLAZA OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 8 8 $429
PLEASANT GROVE FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC PA DALLAS 3 6 $462
POOL, STANLEY J HARRIS 3 3 $164
POPE, DONALD D BROWN 1 1 $34
PORTLAND IMAGING CENTER, LTD-NORTHSHORE MEDICAL IMAGING SAN PATRICIO 2 2 $149
POSADA, ROLANDO CAMERON 1 1 $68
PPGH FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC PALO PINTO 1 1 $77
PRATUMRAT, PAIROJ HUNT 3 3 $844
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING INC-COLLINGSWORTH FAMILY MEDICCOLLINGSWORTH 3 15 $955
PRESIDIO COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES INC-MARFA COMMUNITY HEAL PRESIDIO 2 2 $293
PRESIDIO COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES INC-PRESIDIO COUNTY MEDIC PRESIDIO 1 1 $146
PRESSON, SUZANNE G GRAY 141 373 $23,666
PRICE, BRADLEY B TRAVIS 8 10 $1,211
PRIMARY HEALTH NETWORK OF SOUTH TEXAS HARRIS 1 1 $38
PRIMARY HEALTH NETWORK OF SOUTH TEXAS- GALVESTON 2 2 $45
PRIME CARE ASSOCIATION HIDALGO 12 12 $903
PRIMERA LUZ WOMENS CENTER INC EL PASO 1 1 $13
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 13 13 $2,518
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER-PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTE EL PASO 20 20 $3,873
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES DALLAS 101 151 $9,351
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES LLP TARRANT 7 11 $689
PROVIDENCE HEALTH ALLIANCE-PROVIDENCE MEDICAL CLINIC MCLENNAN 1 2 $31
PROVIDENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EL PASO 1 1 $559
PUCKETT FAMILY CLINIC PC FANNIN 1 1 $44
PUIG, MANUEL HIDALGO 1 1 $4
QUALITY CARE PLUS LLC LIBERTY 1 1 $9
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL DALLAS 190 271 $17,240
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL-QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL HARRIS 397 457 $10,358
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL LABORATORIES INC-QUEST DIAGNOSBEXAR 45 46 $1,474
QUEZADA, OSCAR R EL PASO 3 3 $81
QURAISHI, SHAMA P JEFFERSON 2 4 $256
RADCARE OF TEXAS PA- POTTER 1 1 $30
RADIOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS-RADIOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS ASN DALLAS 1 1 $32
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES NUECES 7 7 $616
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TARRANT COUNTY PA-RADIOLOGY ASS PARKER 1 1 $46
RADIOLOGY CONSULTING KAUFMAN 1 1 $30
RAJENDER K SYAL MD PA- HARRIS 1 1 $48
RAMSEY, J WESLEY JEFFERSON 8 8 $493
RASTOGI, SHASHI P TARRANT 9 23 $1,254
RATH, KALYAN K JASPER 1 2 $70
RAVEN ANESTHESIA MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC HARRIS 1 2 $320
REFUGIO COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT-REFUGIO CO MEMREFUGIO 2 3 $356
REGENCE HEALTH NETWORK INC- HALE 53 74 $10,824
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-COMMUNITY MEDTOM GREEN 13 16 $1,384
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE-COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL BRAZOS 5 5 $297
REGIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORY VICTORIA 72 76 $3,518
REISS, ANH P HARRIS 42 51 $3,830
RENAISSANCE WOMEN'S GROUP TRAVIS 1 1 $145
RENAISSANCE WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HIDALGO 48 80 $5,921
RENE I LOPEZ JR MD PA HARRIS 3 3 $184
RENE PEREZ MD PA BEXAR 6 9 $1,887
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REVILLA, RODOLFO M EL PASO 1 1 $48
REYES, ANTONIO D TITUS 1 1 $73
REYES, MATEO WEBB 3 4 $232
REYNOLDS, J PAUL COLEMAN 1 2 $501
RGV ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 1 1 $0
RH TERRELL MANAGEMENT LLC-RENAISSANCE HOSPITAL TERRELL KAUFMAN 1 1 $549
RHODES, ERNESTO P MIDLAND 1 1 $34
RHONDA BARNES JORDAN MD PA- HARRIS 3 6 $220
RICHARD E REINMUND MD PA TAYLOR 1 1 $25
RICHARD PHAM MD PA-FAMILY HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER JASPER 8 14 $1,211
RINN, PHILLIP C GUADALUPE 3 6 $371
RIO GRANDE NP INC-RIO GRANDE WOMENS CLINICS HIDALGO 12 16 $932
RIO GRANDE OB/GYN GROUP PA EL PASO 2 3 $163
RIO GRANDE VALLEY SERVICE-COMMUNITY REFERENCE LABORATORCAMERON 5 8 $78
RIOS, ANGEL M EL PASO 7 11 $2,396
RISHI, ALKA S BELL 2 2 $162
RIVERBEND MEDICAL GROUP BASTROP 29 49 $4,303
RIVERO, ANGELINA A KAUFMAN 15 18 $1,571
RIVERWALK OB GYN PLLC BEXAR 26 53 $4,076
RIZK, MAGDY W HARRIS 2 4 $685
ROBERT E SCHORLEMER MD PA BEXAR 1 2 $581
ROBERT L STOCKBURGER LIMESTONE 8 9 $659
ROBERT MARTIN MD PA-ROBERT L. MARTIN MD PA DALLAS 1 3 $143
ROBY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC FISHER 37 77 $5,846
ROCKDALE BLACKHAWK LLC MILAM 1 1 $26
ROCKDALE BLACKHAWK LLC-RICHARDS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MILAM 1 1 $9
ROCKWALL COUNTY HELPING HANDS INC ROCKWALL 11 13 $391
ROCKWALL REGIONAL HOSPITAL LLC-PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF RROCKWALL 3 3 $1,646
ROCKWALL REGIONAL HOSPITAL LLC-TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIANROCKWALL 3 3 $49
RODRIGUEZ, VICTOR M HARRIS 1 1 $101
ROGELIO D MENDOZA MD PA-FANNETT MEDICAL CENTER JEFFERSON 1 1 $48
ROLLING PLAINS PHYSICIANS NOLAN 7 18 $808
ROMERO, ARTURO BELL 10 13 $891
RONNELLE S BURLEY MD PA LUBBOCK 1 1 $81
ROSEWOOD-ZARAGOSA HEALTH TRAVIS 1 1 $199
ROTHWELL, RICHARD O TAYLOR 28 33 $3,924
ROUND ROCK HEALTH CLINIC WILLIAMSON 23 23 $3,498
ROUND ROCK MEDICAL CENTER WILLIAMSON 5 5 $2,705
ROY B KENDRICK MD PA- TERRY 1 1 $53
RRV PATHOLOGY LAB PA-RRV PATHOLOGY LAB LAMAR 14 18 $902
RUBEN D BOCANEGRA MD PA WEBB 4 10 $429
RURANGIRWA, CHARLES CAMERON 32 69 $4,637
SAENZ MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 8 12 $635
SAFELY, CHARLES TARRANT 1 1 $48
SAGE FAMILY MEDICINE, PA-SAGE FAMILY MEDICINE PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $56
SAGEBRUSH WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA DALLAS 15 25 $1,956
SALIMAH CUMBER MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $43
SALINAS, MARIANO HIDALGO 1 2 $75
SAMUEL, DONALD R JASPER 8 9 $2,874
SAN BENITO MED ASSOC CAMERON 2 3 $128
SAN JACINTO METHODIST HOSP HARRIS 3 3 $587
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SAN MARCOS OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PLLC-KOTESWARA R HAYS 12 18 $1,769
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-INGLESIDE CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 271 729 $43,959
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-MATHIS CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 152 439 $26,024
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-SINTON CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 147 314 $18,447
SANTA CLARA FAMILY CLINIC- HARRIS 2 2 $171
SASAN ASKARI MD PA TRAVIS 7 13 $1,378
SATHIYARAJ GEORGE MD PA HIDALGO 2 2 $68
SATIR AND SATIR PA NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $48
SCENIC MOUNTAIN MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 4 4 $443
SCENIC MOUNTAIN MEDICAL CENTER-SCENIC MOUNTAIN MEDICAL C HOWARD 1 1 $537
SCHEEL NAYAR DO PA BEXAR 25 34 $5,548
SCHETTLER, HEINRICH G HARRIS 32 56 $6,287
SCHMIDT MEDICAL CLINIC PA SOMERVELL 1 1 $62
SCHMIDT, SHEILA E BRAZORIA 1 1 $14
SCHORLEMER, WENDELL C BEXAR 5 5 $246
SCHULENBURG COMMUNITY CLINIC FAYETTE 1 1 $153
SCOTT AND WHITE CLINIC BELL 30 38 $6,088
SCOTT AND WHITE HOSPITAL TAYLOR WILLIAMSON 1 1 $15
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BELL 51 55 $6,254
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- BELL 20 24 $1,200
SCOTT D LAUER DO PA- TARRANT 1 1 $34
SCURRY COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-D M COGDELL MEMORIAL HOSSCURRY 1 1 $77
SEAN WENGROFF MD-SEAN WENGROFF GALVESTON 28 37 $2,579
SEGUIN PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA GUADALUPE 71 71 $2,013
SELVAGGI, THOMAS C HUNT 5 5 $386
SETAL RANA MD PA DALLAS 1 1 $41
SEVEN OAKS WOMENS CENTER BEXAR 3 3 $143
SHACKELFORD COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER-STEPHENSSHACKELFORD 3 3 $781
SHANNON CLINIC TOM GREEN 121 249 $27,615
SHANNON JUNO MD PA- FAYETTE 8 12 $3,013
SHANNON MEDICAL CENTER TOM GREEN 1 1 $529
SHAW, CLAYTON T DALLAS 12 13 $1,047
SIEVERS MEDICAL CLINIC GONZALES 20 31 $2,222
SIGNATURE GULF COAST HOSPITAL LP-GULF COAST MEDICAL CENTEWHARTON 1 1 $510
SILVER, MORRIS M NACOGDOCHES 1 4 $2,233
SJ MEDICAL CENTER LLC-ST JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 2 2 $1,112
SKULEMOWSKI, PATRICK S CAMERON 5 5 $227
SMITH, CLAUDIUS G HARRIS 30 38 $1,124
SMITH, FRANK A HOUSTON 3 3 $117
SMITHVILLE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL BASTROP 1 1 $541
SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL CRNA GROUP BASTROP 1 1 $198
SMMC MEDICAL GROUP-FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 30 52 $4,978
SNEAD, JONATHAN C TARRANT 1 1 $48
SNELL HARGROVE, DANA N TARRANT 7 8 $995
SOTO, WIGBERTO HARRIS 1 1 $48
SOTOMAYOR, JOSE F HARRIS 1 1 $56
SOUTH ALAMO MEDICAL GROUP PA BEXAR 3 6 $289
SOUTH AUSTIN HEALTH CENTER TRAVIS 7 7 $1,394
SOUTH CENTRAL HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH HARRIS 1 1 $111
SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILYPHARRIS 19 38 $8,074
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOC INC-LUBBOCK WOMENS LUBBOCK 222 433 $32,946
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SFY2009
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HALE COUNTYHALE 703 1,523 $124,081
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HOCKLEY CO HOCKLEY 154 289 $26,483
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH TERRY 77 173 $16,218
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-DAWSON COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 158 379 $37,362
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-GAINES COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 68 124 $10,727
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-YOAKUM COUNTY FIELD OFFICE R1 TERRY 80 181 $17,933
SOUTH PLAINS RURAL HEALTH HOCKLEY 9 12 $1,991
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC NUECES 584 1,636 $128,667
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC BEEVILLEBEE 551 1,514 $128,924
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC KINGSVILKLEBERG 492 1,373 $112,737
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROBSTOWNUECES 140 382 $31,466
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROCKPO ARANSAS 279 713 $58,169
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLNINC SINTON SAN PATRICIO 343 964 $73,848
SOUTH TEXAS MEDICAL CLINICS WHARTON 136 329 $26,334
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY IMAGING CENTERS-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLBEXAR 1 1 $171
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH SVCLASALLE 153 242 $39,998
SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN AND CHILDRENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH HIDALGO 28 50 $6,829
SOUTH TEXAS WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN' ANDERSON 2 2 $147
SOUTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 13 15 $1,511
SOUTHSIDE NIGHT CLINIC HIDALGO 1 1 $48
SOUTHSIDE WOMENS CENTER PA NUECES 32 49 $3,821
SOUTHWEST ANESTHESIA GROUP EL PASO 2 2 $399
SOUTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE OUT OF STATE 4 6 $224
SOUTHWEST GENERAL HOSPITAL BEXAR 2 2 $1,104
SOUTHWEST MEDICAL IMAGING MIDLAND 4 4 $121
SOUTHWEST OB/GYN ASSOCIATES EL PASO 1 2 $82
SOUTHWESTERN ULTRASOUND CONS EL PASO 1 1 $149
SPECIALTY LABORATORIES INC OUT OF STATE 5 5 $242
SPECK, GEORGE W CAMERON 1 1 $117
SPECK, LENA T CAMERON 4 4 $260
SPOHN BEE COUNTY HOSPITAL BEE 1 1 $436
SPRING BRANCH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $141
ST DAVIDS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL TRAVIS 1 1 $569
ST JOSEPH PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 52 74 $4,271
ST LUKES SUGAR LAND PARTNERSHIP LLP-ST LUKES SUGAR LAND HFORT BEND 1 1 $556
ST MARK'S MEDICAL CENTER-ST MARKS MEDICAL CENTER FAYETTE 105 160 $10,121
STAMFORD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL JONES 1 1 $10
STAR ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 23 23 $4,135
STEPHEN P SAKOVICH MD PA DALLAS 8 10 $623
STEPHENVILLE M AND S CLINIC ERATH 22 24 $213
STERN, STEVEN E HARRIS 2 2 $93
STOCKTON, DANIELLA MONTGOMERY 20 39 $6,244
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR CAMERON 18 18 $10,798
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER CAMERON 276 505 $91,308
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-CORPORATION- WILLACY 1 1 $177
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-RAYMONDVILLE WILLACY 45 62 $11,153
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-SCC-SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-BROWNSVILLE CAMERON 22 32 $5,704
SUGAR LAND SURGERY CENTER LTD-SUGAR LAND SURGERY CENTEFORT BEND 1 1 $556
SULPHER SPRINGS MEDICAL-SURGICAL CLINIC, P.A. HOPKINS 43 117 $5,276
SUN CITY MEDICAL PRACTICE PA EL PASO 1 1 $48
SUN WEST OB-GYN ASSOCIA EL PASO 3 3 $723
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SFY2009
SURGICARE OF SOUTH AUSTIN- TRAVIS 1 1 $569
SWEETWATER WOMENS CLINIC- NOLAN 18 27 $3,398
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER NOLAN CO HEALTHNOLAN 162 416 $35,537
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER-NOLAN COUNTY HESCURRY 127 296 $26,407
TABBS, CARLA R TARRANT 1 1 $52
TALATI, SHRADDHA K DALLAS 15 21 $1,397
TAMIKA PERRY DO PA DALLAS 2 5 $420
TAMIM, MARWAN Y DALLAS 20 29 $3,729
TAMMAREDDI, VIJAYALAK M JEFFERSON 1 1 $196
TARKENTON, TIM R PALO PINTO 15 27 $1,830
TARRANT FAMILY PRACTICE PA-NORTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE TARRANT 14 17 $1,285
TAYLOR, ROOSEVELT DALLAS 6 7 $354
TAYLOR, THANH H HARRIS 1 1 $75
TCID-DHS-WOMEN'S HEALTH LAB BEXAR 3,960 5,985 $86,108
TEJAS ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 7 7 $1,304
TENISON, SHERRY G DALLAS 22 37 $4,691
TERRELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 25 28 $2,597
TERRY ROBERT GROFF MD PA NUECES 5 10 $563
TEXARKANA RADIOLOGY & ASSOCIATES-TEXARKANA RADIOLOGY & ABOWIE 1 1 $30
TEXARKANA SURGERY CENTER LP BOWIE 6 6 $3,290
TEXARKANA-BOWIE CO FAMILY-TEXARKANA-BOWIE COUNTY FAMIL BOWIE 604 1,524 $134,366
TEXAS ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS PA- EL PASO 2 3 $551
TEXAS HEALTH CARE PLLC-TEXAS HEALTH CARE P.L.L.C. TARRANT 5 5 $189
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL FORT WORTH- TARRANT 1 1 $38
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL KAUFMAN- KAUFMAN 1 1 $577
TEXAS PANHANDLE FAMILY PLANNING AND HEALTH CENTERS POTTER 2,632 6,130 $543,096
TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSPITAL LTD-TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSSMITH 1 1 $551
TEXAS TECH HS CTR FAMILY MED EL PASO 1 1 $41
TEXAS TECH HS CTR OB/GYN EL PASO 53 72 $14,188
TEXAS TECH HSC ANESTHESIOLOGY EL PASO 2 2 $413
TEXAS TECH HSC-TEXAS TECH HEALTH SCIENCES LUBBOCK 154 245 $10,917
TEXAS TECH HSCTR ANESTHESIA LUBBOCK 11 11 $2,230
TEXAS TECH UHSC FAMILY MEDICINE POTTER 6 16 $1,354
TEXAS TECH UHSC OB/GYN POTTER 28 29 $6,484
TEXAS TECH UHSC PRR LAB POTTER 9 10 $941
TEXAS TECH UHSC-SON-LUBBOCK-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTHLUBBOCK 7 9 $240
TEXAS TECH UNIV HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER OBGYN-TTHSC OB/GY ECTOR 100 173 $18,496
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH LUBBOCK 37 60 $6,134
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT LU-TTUHSCLUBBOCK 109 211 $32,867
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER SCHOO LUBBOCK 6 6 $1,067
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR LUBBOCK 8 8 $1,598
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR AMARILLO-TEXAS TPOTTER 41 60 $8,834
TEXOMA CARE GRAYSON 1 1 $81
THE CENTER FOR AMBULATORY SURGERY-THE CENTRE FOR AMBUL GRAYSON 1 1 $563
THE MEDICAL CENTER OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS LP-THE MEDICAL CENTJEFFERSON 5 5 $2,798
THE MEDICAL CLINIC OF NORTH TEXAS PA COLLIN 11 12 $1,450
THE OB/GYN CENTER PA HARRIS 32 42 $2,037
THE PATIENTS ANESTHESIA GROUP PA- GALVESTON 4 4 $726
THE TEXAS A AND M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE BRAZOS 5 6 $742
THE TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE CEN-TEXAS ABRAZOS 6 7 $1,021
THE WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC INC- HARRIS 7 7 $377
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2009
SFY2009
THEARD FRANZ MD PA EL PASO 17 21 $1,051
THN PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATION INC EL PASO 4 5 $821
THOMAS, FLAVIA L HARRIS 1 1 $48
THOMAS, GRIFFITH M LLANO 1 1 $600
THOMPSON OUTPATIENT CLINIC LLC CHAMBERS 2 2 $95
TIGUA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 4 4 $0
TIMBERLAND MEDICAL GROUP LIBERTY 33 47 $4,152
TIMOTHY JONES DO PA-TIMOTHY C JONES DO PA JOHNSON 1 1 $48
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST TITUS 2 2 $92
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS CO MEMORIAL HOSP DIST TITUS 509 994 $83,849
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP TITUS 2 2 $1,073
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TITUS 60 60 $4,094
TJM MOLECULAR LABORATORY DENTON 2 2 $196
TMH PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION HARRIS 1 1 $14
TODD, JANE D SHELBY 1 1 $34
TOMBALL WOMENS HEALTHCARE HARRIS 1 3 $532
TORRES, EMILIO M TRAVIS 1 1 $38
TOTAL WOMAN HEALTH CARE PA-TOTOAL WOMAN HEALTHCARE PA HARRIS 23 32 $2,661
TOTAL WOMENS CARE PA- POTTER 4 4 $680
TRANVAN, QUE HARRIS 47 67 $15,166
TREVINO, JOSE A BEXAR 15 20 $915
TREVINO, LUCINA B BEXAR 2 3 $109
TRI-COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOCI-TRI COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOC HENDERSON 1 1 $211
TRI-COUNTY WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA- CHEROKEE 6 6 $421
TRICORE REFERENCE LABORATORIES OUT OF STATE 2 3 $172
TRINITY CLINIC SMITH 12 16 $602
TRINITY CLINIC KILGORE GREGG 5 6 $262
TSAI, HWAI-JER HARRIS 11 11 $612
TTUHSC FAMILY MEDICINE-TTUHSC FAMILYMEDICINE LUBBOCK 1 1 $9
TX TECH UNIVERSITY HSC-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HSC EL PASO 6 7 $290
TYLER OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY LLP SMITH 1 2 $640
TYLER RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES SMITH 1 1 $30
UBESIE, KANAYO E HARRIS 47 91 $5,811
UMC PHYSICIAN NETWORK SERVICES-PHYSICIANS NETWORK SERVICLUBBOCK 5 12 $388
UNITED CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS-UNITED CLINICS OF NORTHTX MONTAGUE 2 4 $211
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS MAVERICK 329 542 $106,914
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS-UNITED MEDICAL CENTER #3 VAL VERDE 272 455 $89,270
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 12 12 $6,715
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT-UNIVERTARRANT 61 123 $5,326
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH GALVESTON 3 3 $95
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH-UNIVERSITY OF TEX MED BGALVESTON 6 6 $3,533
UPATHAM, SUVIJ HUNT 1 1 $56
UPTERGROVE, KEVIN L UVALDE 1 3 $81
URIBE-BOTERO, GONZALO HARRIS 1 1 $70
UT DEPT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE-UTHSCSA MSP MEDICINE BEXAR 15 15 $3,852
UT DEPT OF OB-GYN BEXAR 14 14 $4,932
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER AT TYLER SMITH 4 4 $113
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER-TYLER SMITH 1 1 $94
UT PHYSICIANS HARRIS 61 71 $5,085
UTMB FACULTY GROUP PRACTICE GALVESTON 26 42 $11,059
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM GALVESTON 822 1,480 $128,979
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SFY2009
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-PEARLANBRAZORIA 137 158 $14,770
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REFORT BEND 187 338 $25,553
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REJEFFERSON 3,419 6,180 $571,429
UTSW MSP ANESTHESIOLOGY DALLAS 7 7 $1,645
UTSW MSP RAD PMH DALLAS 1 1 $30
UVALDE FAMILY PRACTICE ASSN UVALDE 5 5 $208
UZOAGA, ENYIBUAKU R HARRIS 1 1 $43
VALDEZ MEDICAL MD PA- HARRIS 1 1 $44
VALLEY BAPTIST AMBULATORY CAMERON 20 20 $11,019
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSVILLE-BROWNSVILLE MECAMERON 1 1 $551
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER-VALLEY BAPT AMBULATORY SUR CAMERON 5 5 $2,755
VALLEY WOMENS CARE PLLC HIDALGO 18 34 $4,737
VAN VAN NGUYEN MD PA HARRIS 23 47 $4,039
VANDEGIESSEN, KATHLEEN H HARRIS 34 65 $6,243
VELA, EFRAIM HIDALGO 3 3 $666
VENEGAS, ERIC J MIDLAND 6 9 $1,915
VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LLC-VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LP BEXAR 3 3 $1,552
VICTORIA WOMENS CLINIC ASSOC VICTORIA 98 138 $19,131
VIDA Y SALUD HEALTH SYSTEMS ZAVALA 5 5 $812
VILLARREAL, J A NUECES 1 1 $48
VIROMED LABORATORIES OUT OF STATE 1 1 $27
VU-TRAN, MYLINH T TARRANT 1 1 $34
W PATRICK MARTIN MD PA-W PATRICK MARTIN MD PA YOUNG 1 1 $48
WACO CENTER FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH PA-WACO CENTER FOR WOM MCLENNAN 15 24 $3,409
WACO SURGICAL CENTER LTD-WACO SURGICAL CENTER MCLENNAN 1 1 $520
WALI, GOUHER HARRIS 2 2 $202
WALKER COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION-HUNTSVILLE MEMORIAL WALKER 2 2 $1,020
WALKER, DAVID G HARRIS 6 6 $372
WALKER, JON W WISE 1 1 $34
WALKER, MELISSA A BEXAR 1 1 $57
WALSS, RODOLFO J CAMERON 26 105 $9,592
WALTON, CYNTHIA A POTTER 14 14 $351
WANG, BRUCE S TARRANT 4 4 $1,058
WANG, FAN HARRIS 3 3 $228
WASHINGTON, JEROME T BEXAR 10 13 $615
WATKINS, MYRON H DALLAS 6 8 $548
WATSON, MICHAEL Q GAINES 1 1 $69
WATSON, THOMAS R BOWIE 4 4 $856
WEATHERFORD OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA PARKER 3 5 $374
WEBER, DAVID R BOWIE 1 1 $202
WELCOME FAMILY MEDICINE, PA HARRIS 4 4 $281
WEST HOUSTON RADIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $61
WESTBROOK, CARL U SMITH 1 1 $585
WESTBURY MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $46
WHITE, ROBERT E DALLAS 3 4 $770
WHITTIER, FAITH M HARRIS 1 1 $34
WILLIAM, GEORGE A CALHOUN 1 1 $135
WILLIAMS, FRED A LAMAR 3 3 $142
WILLIAMS, LUCIA L CHEROKEE 12 21 $1,323
WILLIAMS, SUE A RUSK 12 13 $1,049
WILLIAMSON COUNTY AND CITIES WILLIAMSON 4 4 $0
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SFY2009
WILLOW WELLNESS CENTER PA SMITH 2 2 $82
WILSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER WILSON 4 4 $599
WILSON N JONES MEMORIAL ER-WILSON N JONES MEDICAL CENTER GRAYSON 1 1 $26
WILTZ, ARMAND GAINES 3 3 $143
WISE REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM WISE 1 1 $537
WITKOWSKI, WOJCIECH FORT BEND 1 1 $81
WOHLFAHRT, DOUGLAS W HARRIS 9 12 $665
WOMANS TOTAL HEALTHCARE PA BRAZORIA 31 53 $2,437
WOMEN OF THE WOODLANDS OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY P.A-WOMHARRIS 14 21 $2,696
WOMEN PARTNERS IN HEALTH PA TRAVIS 4 4 $191
WOMEN PARTNERS IN OB/GYN BEXAR 1 1 $105
WOMEN'S HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP TARRANT 4 4 $213
WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE AFFILIATES PA HARRIS 41 51 $5,482
WOMENS CLINIC OF DIMMIT AND ZAVALA COUNTIES PA-WOMENS CLI DIMMIT 12 16 $1,452
WOMENS HEALTH ASSOCIATE GRAYSON 1 1 $585
WOMENS HEALTH CARE-WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER OF HOUST HARRIS 8 8 $400
WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA HARRIS 4 4 $275
WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC HIDALGO 15 21 $1,031
WOMENS HEALTH CONNECTIONS- SMITH 27 30 $2,031
WOMENS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES POTTER 2 2 $95
WOMENS PROFESSIONAL HEALTH BRAZOS 2 2 $82
WOMENS SPECIALISTS OF BAYSHORE PLLC- HARRIS 22 42 $8,405
WOMENS SPECIALITY CENTER-WOMENS SPECIALTY CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $70
WOODLANDS OB GYN SPECIALIST HARRIS 1 1 $48
XISONG HUANG MEDICAL GROUP- JEFFERSON 3 3 $599
YOAKUM MEDICAL CLINIC LAVACA 1 1 $41
YOUENS DUCHICELA & ASSOCIATES, PA COLORADO 1 1 $10
YOUNG, GEORGE J HOCKLEY 2 2 $537
YOUNG, JEROME C MONTGOMERY 2 2 $137
YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $19
YSLETA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 5 7 $0
ZAMUDIO, JOSE M EL PASO 16 25 $1,984
ZAPATA, HUGO HIDALGO 47 57 $5,370
ZAPATA-CABRER, VICENTE HARRIS 7 10 $546
ZIMMERMAN, GEOFFREY A HARRIS 5 7 $409
ZOMA, WILLIE D HARRIS 1 1 $109
SUBTOTAL FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROVIDERS 43,830 95,349 $10,146,372
SUBTOTAL FOR ALL OTHER PROVIDERS
66,815 145,224 $11,115,632
TOTAL 86,899 240,573 $21,262,004
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4 C'S CLINIC-GALVESTON GALVESTON 90 114 $17,225
4 C'S CLINIC-TEXAS CITY GALVESTON 213 246 $37,195
ABBAS, DENNIS R DALLAS 12 21 $1,222
ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC PLLC-ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC-N. TAYLOR 2 2 $72
ABILENE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TAYLOR 18 20 $680
ABILENE-TAYLOR COUNTY PUBLIC TAYLOR 274 677 $64,837
ABRAHAM, MINIJA A COLLIN 4 6 $341
AC PROVIDER SERVICES OF TEXAS LLC- NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $178
ACACIA OB GYN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION BEXAR 51 91 $16,248
ACCENT FAMILY HEALTH CARE LLC TARRANT 2 2 $88
ACHIEVEMENT MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HARRIS 2 2 $79
ACUNA, RENE R SAN PATRICIO 1 1 $48
ADU-GYAMFI AND COMPANY INC-BERRY MEDICAL CLINIC HARRIS 3 4 $152
ADVANCED OB/GYN CARE OF SOUTH TEXAS ATASCOSA 9 13 $1,953
ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEM/SUNBELT INC-HUGULEY MEMORIAL MEDI JOHNSON 3 3 $755
AHMAD, NASIHA DENTON 1 1 $122
AKONYE, ANGELA C BEXAR 1 1 $9
ALAGOZ, AYSUN GUADALUPE 12 15 $665
ALAMO HEIGHTS SURGICARE LP BEXAR 2 2 $2,279
ALANIZ, JOHN M HARRIS 5 6 $271
ALBERTO D. DURAN , MD , PA-ALBERTO D. DURAN MD,PA HIDALGO 39 63 $3,931
ALBERTO FRANCIS MD PA HIDALGO 64 125 $11,679
ALBRITTON, LAMAR J BEXAR 6 6 $328
ALECOZAY, ABRAHAM A BEXAR 81 101 $10,631
ALEJANDRO A TEY MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $13
ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD PA-ALEJANDRO LOPEZ JR MD JIM WELLS 3 3 $162
ALFREDO LOPEZ JR MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $15
ALICE OB/GYN SPECIALTY CLINIC PA JIM WELLS 2 2 $305
ALINDADA, JULIANA B SHELBY 13 28 $2,180
ALLCARE FAMILY AND URGENT CARE CLINICS PA- DALLAS 3 3 $244
ALLEN MCKINNEY SHERMAN WOMENS CARE AND CONTINENCE- GRAYSON 14 19 $3,099
ALLIANCE OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC-OB/GYN SPECIALISTS PLLC DENTON 1 1 $56
ALLSUP, KAREN T BEXAR 2 2 $196
ALPINE FAMILY HEALTH CARES SERVICES LLP-ALPINE FAMILY HEALTHBREWSTER 5 7 $465
ALPINE MEDICAL CENTER BREWSTER 20 20 $1,006
ALTINGER, HANS P HARRIS 1 1 $38
ALVORD MEDICAL CLINIC PA WISE 9 9 $513
AMARILLO PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES LTD POTTER 36 36 $1,481
AMARO, MICHAEL A FORT BEND 30 38 $2,777
AMERICAN PREFERRED HOME MEDICAL LLC-AMERICAN PREFERRED HSMITH 1 2 $61
AMERICAN REGIONAL HEALTH CTR VICTORIA 6 12 $2,048
AMERIPATH TEXAS INC DALLAS 65 71 $3,030
AMOAH-HONNY, YAA HARRIS 1 1 $56
ANATOMICAL MEDICAL LABORATOR DENTON 50 53 $1,403
ANDERSON-PERE, MABEL HARRIS 1 1 $81
ANDREWS CITY-COUNTY HEALTH ANDREWS 35 54 $3,639
ANDREWS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICALANDREWS 1 1 $102
ANDREWS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICALANDREWS 2 2 $1,073
ANDREWS FAMILY MEDICINE-ANDREWS COUNTY HOSP DIS ANDREWS 7 7 $295
ANDREWS, RICHARD C DALLAS 1 1 $56
ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES JEFFERSON 1 1 $182
ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES OF GUADALUPE 2 2 $329
WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
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SFY2010
ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATION JOHNSON 1 1 $162
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS ASSOC EL PASO 2 2 $427
ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS OF LONGVIEW- GREGG 7 10 $1,801
ANESTHESIA MEDICAL GROUP OF THE PERMIAN BASIN LLP MIDLAND 4 4 $706
ANESTHESIA SERVICES OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS, L.L.P- ORANGE 1 2 $387
ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS OF HARRIS 2 2 $392
ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS OF HOUSTON LLP-ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTHARRIS 3 3 $553
ANGLETON DANBURY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-ANGLETON DANBURY GEN BRAZORIA 1 1 $552
ANTHONY, ROBERT R DALLAS 1 1 $34
ANTONIO SOEGAARD-TORRES, MD,PA EL PASO 56 145 $10,751
APPIAH-DWAMENA, LYDIA BEXAR 17 24 $4,891
ARA/ST DAVID'S IMAGING LP-ARA IMAGING WILLIAMSON 1 1 $58
ARUP INC OUT OF STATE 1 1 $6
ARZAC, JORGE A DALLAS 4 4 $224
ASGHARIAN, ROBERT B EL PASO 13 16 $1,354
ASHBY, WENDELL B POTTER 1 1 $68
ASIAN AMERICAN HEALTH COALITION-HOPE CLINIC HARRIS 24 24 $2,248
ASISTORES, MARILYN S HIDALGO 1 1 $23
ASUMUGHA, KINGSLEY N HARRIS 22 34 $1,452
ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER, INC- ATASCOSA 249 301 $47,340
ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES PA-ATHENS ANESTHESIA SERVICES PHENDERSON 4 4 $701
ATLANTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CASS 6 6 $323
ATLURU, SUSEELA D HARRIS 1 1 $52
AUN, JOSE EL PASO 6 6 $247
AUSTIN ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP TRAVIS 19 32 $6,106
AUSTIN AREA WOMENS CENTER WILLIAMSON 5 9 $1,028
AUSTIN COUNTY MEDICAL CLINIC-BELLVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL THE AUSTIN 6 6 $756
AUSTIN RADIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION-AUSTIN RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATETRAVIS 4 4 $209
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC WILLIAMSON 8 21 $2,652
AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC PA-AUSTIN REGIONAL CLINIC P A TRAVIS 90 184 $13,852
AUTRY, ERNEST D DEAF SMITH 1 1 $600
BABB, FRANKLYN C HOCKLEY 3 3 $177
BAILEY SQUARE SURGICAL CENTE TRAVIS 2 2 $1,138
BAILEY, MICHAEL G HOCKLEY 3 4 $329
BANSAL, AMIT K HARRIS 19 35 $1,725
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-BAPTIST HOSP OF SE TEXJEFFERSON 6 6 $3,042
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-BAPTIST HOSPITAL-ORANORANGE 1 1 $560
BAPTIST HOSPITALS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS-MEMORIAL HERMANN BAPORANGE 1 1 $49
BARRY, GENE N JEFFERSON 24 28 $5,422
BASCO, MICHAEL A WISE 12 15 $1,590
BASIN FAMILY CARE INC ECTOR 1 1 $62
BAY AREA ANESTHESIA ASSOC NUECES 28 28 $5,189
BAY AREA MEDICAL CENTER NUECES 30 30 $16,623
BAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-SEYMOUR HOSPITAL RURALHEABAYLOR 72 126 $7,523
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 6 10 $302
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - AUSTIN HIGH HARRIS 13 30 $2,304
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - BEN TAUB HARRIS 404 702 $67,895
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - CAVALCADE HARRIS 622 1,153 $111,521
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - CULLEN HARRIS 637 1,399 $132,778
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - LAWN HARRIS 684 1,196 $102,464
BAYLOR/TEEN HEALTH CLINIC-TEEN HEALTH CLINIC - LBJ HARRIS 334 600 $58,352
BAYOU ANESTHESIA AND PAIN PA HARRIS 1 1 $210
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BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP PA-BAYSHORE ANESTHESIOLOHARRIS 4 4 $773
BAYSHORE MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 2 2 $1,170
BAYSHORE SURGERY CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
BEATY, WILLIAM R MCLENNAN 1 1 $48
BEAUMONT CITY HEALTH DEPT.-BEAUMONT CITY HEALTH DEPT JEFFERSON 3 5 $0
BELINDA V JORDAN MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $55
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT- BELL 395 713 $83,626
BELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KILLEEN SUB OFFICE OF BEL BELL 559 963 $119,317
BELLI PATHOLOGY PA BROWN 9 9 $193
BEN EDWARDS MD PA- GARZA 1 1 $75
BENAVIDES, ENRIQUE F WEBB 24 28 $1,462
BENAVIDES, HENRY A CAMERON 16 27 $1,381
BENBOW, BRYAN D BOWIE 1 1 $202
BENSON, ROYAL H BRAZOS 1 1 $53
BERTHA L MEDINA MD PA HIDALGO 16 17 $961
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST BEXAR 1,190 2,122 $229,506
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST- BEXAR 122 158 $11,803
BEXAR COUNTY HOSP DIST-UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 73 88 $6,161
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT BEXAR 115 161 $11,238
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERISTY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 4 4 $2,208
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM BEXAR 429 704 $51,242
BHALA, RACHNA FORT BEND 2 3 $589
BHARKSUWAN, SAMUEL HARRIS 1 1 $90
BIO REFERENCE LABORATORIES INC-BIO REFERENCE LABORATORIES# 17 17 $2,102
BIRTHING FROM THE HEART PLLC DENTON 2 2 $97
BITTING, JANETTA A POTTER 21 24 $1,262
BLANCO AND CANTU FAMILY PRACTICE PA- WEBB 1 1 $58
BLANCO REGIONAL CLINIC PA-WEAVER JD MD BLANCO 5 5 $282
BLANCO-QUANT, RONALD E HIDALGO 15 15 $807
BOND FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC LIMESTONE 2 3 $107
BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH CNTR-BONHAM COMMUNITY HEALTH C FANNIN 168 310 $42,201
BOSTWICK LABORATORIES INC OUT OF STATE 1 1 $97
BRAZORIA COUNTY OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PLLC- BRAZORIA 16 24 $1,364
BRAZORIA COUNTY HEALTH DEPT BRAZORIA 2 2 $0
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA BRAZOS 5 5 $839
BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA-BRAZOS ANESTHESIOLOGBRAZOS 5 5 $1,014
BRAZOS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 40 49 $4,529
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN BRYBRAZOS 15 17 $822
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC IN HEAROBERTSON 15 27 $1,299
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN JEWETLEON 29 36 $1,526
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-BVCAA FAMILY HLTH CLINIC IN NAVASGRIMES 68 96 $6,779
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-GRIMES COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTHGRIMES 73 112 $18,683
BRAZOS VALLEY COMM ACTION-MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY HEAL MADISON 21 38 $6,337
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC BRAZOS 151 284 $51,175
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-BRYAN COLLEGE SBRAZOS 315 636 $105,961
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-LEON COUNTY CO LEON 26 33 $5,512
BRAZOS VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY INC-ROBERTSON COUNROBERTSON 41 65 $10,809
BRENHAM CLINIC ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON 2 2 $124
BRENHAM FAMILY CARE PLLC WASHINGTON 3 6 $167
BRION A GLUCK MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $234
BRITT, CAREY L BEXAR 1 1 $95
BROWNLOW, MILTON L WILBARGER 1 1 $62
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BROWNSVILLE COMMUNITY HEALTH CAMERON 23 26 $4,755
BROWNSVILLE DOCTORS HOSPITAL LLC-BROWNSVILLE SURGICAL HOCAMERON 2 2 $47
BROWNSVILLE OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSOC CAMERON 27 51 $4,168
BROWNSVILLE WOMENS CLINIC CAMERON 14 23 $1,158
BROWNWOOD REGIONAL HOSPITAL-BROWNWOOD REGIONAL MEDICABROWN 5 5 $2,683
BRYAN FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC PA BRAZOS 7 12 $1,424
BUCHANAN, LYNN VAL VERDE 1 1 $90
BULLOCK OB GYN PA- MONTGOMERY 16 24 $4,965
BUNCH, CHRIS L MOORE 1 1 $1
BURD, RHONDA J ERATH 43 68 $5,932
BURK, CHARLES R CHEROKEE 48 69 $8,695
BURKE ANDREW B DO PA-BURKE ANDREW BDO PA DALLAS 6 9 $693
BURKE, ROBERT A TARRANT 2 2 $51
BURNETT AND ASSOCIATES ANESTHESIA-BURNETT AND ASSOCIATES BOWIE 8 8 $1,403
BURNETT, JAMES R BOWIE 1 1 $202
BURNEYS CLINIC INC PARMER 1 1 $21
BURROUGHS MEDICAL CLINIC, PA-BURROUGHS MEDICAL CLINIC, P.A. SOMERVELL 1 1 $62
C FUNSHO FAGBOHUN MD PHD PA- FORT BEND 2 2 $84
CABANSAG, REMEDIOS R TARRANT 1 1 $70
CAJAS, GEORGE W BEXAR 3 3 $208
CALVARY MEDICAL PA LIBERTY 11 14 $740
CAMERON COUNTY HEALTH-CAMERON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEACAMERON 9 9 $533
CAMERON COUNTY HEALTH-CAMERON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEACAMERON 42 60 $2,376
CAMPBELL, RACHELLE S COLLIN 4 6 $521
CANALES, ERASTO HIDALGO 8 11 $469
CANALES, RICARDO HIDALGO 8 11 $553
CAPITOL EMERGENCY ASSOCIATES PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $70
CARDENAS, RICHARD K PARKER 1 1 $56
CARDENAS, SALVADOR J HIDALGO 7 9 $785
CARE FOR WOMEN HARRIS 85 129 $16,103
CARING CENTER FOR WOMENPA-CARING CENTERFOR WOMENPA HAYS 1 1 $161
CARLOS H LOUBRIEL MD PA EL PASO 10 14 $649
CARLOS HERNANDEZ MD PA-SOUTHWESTERN WOMENS CLINIC MAVERICK 38 77 $9,836
CARLOS J MEDRANO MD PA HIDALGO 1 1 $62
CARMEN P ARANGO MD P-ARANGO IMAGING CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $190
CAROLE WARD FNP C PC-THE CLINIC FOR FAMILY WELLNESS HALL 3 4 $287
CARPENTER, DAVID A LAMAR 2 2 $149
CARROLL, LAVERNE N HARRIS 2 3 $194
CASTILLO, LUIS O DALLAS 7 7 $342
CASTRO COUNTY COMMUNITY CLIN-MEDICAL CENTER OF DIMMITT CASTRO 3 6 $550
CAVAZOS, ANTONIO BEXAR 12 19 $2,054
CAWLEY, JAMES E YOUNG 34 42 $3,426
CAZARES-ZAVALA, JOSE EL PASO 2 2 $95
CENIZA HILLS RURAL HLTH CL-CENIZA HILLS RHC VAL VERDE 21 36 $2,611
CENTER FOR DISEASE DETECTION-CENTER FOR DISEASE DETE BEXAR 30,345 49,050 $2,681,881
CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY LAB PA-CENTRAL TEXAS PATHOLOGY MCLENNAN 222 241 $13,346
CENTRAL TEXAS WOMENS CLINIC PA BROWN 1 1 $70
CENTRAL WOMENS HEALTH CARE BEXAR 217 370 $41,037
CENTRO DE SALUD FAMILIAR LA EL PASO 245 453 $87,211
CEPEDA, ALBERTO HIDALGO 15 20 $1,237
CESAR A REYES MD PA-COMPREHENSIVE OB/GYN COLLIN 1 1 $34
CH WILKINSON PHYSICIAN NETWORK NUECES 3 4 $940
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SFY2010
CHANDLER, JAMES M BEE 4 5 $257
CHAPMAN, MICA D MONTGOMERY 18 30 $3,716
CHAPPELL JOYCE PATHOLOGY BOWIE 12 12 $339
CHARLES DOWNEY PA DALLAS 1 1 $110
CHARTRAND, DANIEL J VAL VERDE 4 5 $331
CHAVEZ, ANTHONY HARRIS 71 79 $7,802
CHCA BAYSHORE LP-BAYSHORE MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $201
CHCA MAINLAND LP-MAINLAND CENTER HOSP ITAL GALVESTON 6 6 $3,311
CHCA MAINLAND LP-MAINLAND MEDICAL CENTER GALVESTON 1 1 $75
CHCA WOMANS HOSPITAL LP-WOMANS HOSPITAL OF TEXAS HARRIS 4 4 $2,225
CHEROKEE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT CHEROKEE 190 548 $41,673
CHILDRESS GENERAL HOSPITAL CHILDRESS 2 2 $1,020
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REG MED CTR ANESTH CHILDRESS 2 2 $450
CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL-CHILDRESS REGIONAL MEDICAL CEN CHILDRESS 2 2 $43
CHRISTOPHER W SERRANO MD PA- BEXAR 4 6 $734
CHRISTUS HEALTH SE TX-CHRISTUS HOSPITAL JEFFERSON 3 3 $46
CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION-CHRISTUS SPOHN NUECES 2 2 $1,108
CIBOROWSKI, CRAYTON E LAVACA 1 1 $38
CINTRON, MIGUEL A CAMERON 4 6 $413
CISNEROS, JOSE S CAMERON 64 105 $11,334
CITY OF EL PASO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH-CITY OF EL PASO- EL PASO 173 291 $30,013
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LA NUEVA CASA DE AMIGOS HARRIS 48 77 $8,497
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-LYONS HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 139 267 $23,637
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-MAGNOLIA HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 67 74 $13,659
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-NORTHSIDE HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 78 91 $13,334
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-RIVERSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $12
CITY OF HOUSTON HEALTH DEPT-SUNNYSIDE HEALTH CLINIC HARRIS 60 69 $6,996
CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPT-CITY OF LAREDO HEALTH DEPART WEBB 5 9 $390
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO MET HLTH BEXAR 61 72 $6,936
CLARA OSUJI MD PA HARRIS 2 6 $207
CLARK, GLORIA M EL PASO 31 34 $3,038
CLARK, WILLIAM D HARRIS 13 13 $838
CLEVELAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-CLEVELAND REGIONAL MEDLIBERTY 2 2 $1,170
CLINICA FAMILIAR SAN JOSE PA HIDALGO 1 1 $34
CLINICA HISPANA #2 HARRIS 3 5 $377
CLINICAL PARTNERS PA NUECES 51 84 $14,783
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY ASSOC-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY CONSULTAN TAYLOR 175 178 $5,408
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LAB INC TRAVIS 2,388 3,296 $210,498
COASTAL BEND SURGERY CENTER NUECES 7 7 $3,879
COASTAL BEND WOMENS CENTER NUECES 147 297 $35,796
COLEMAN COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER COLEMAN 1 1 $19
COLETTE M DOMINIQUE,MD PA DALLAS 10 12 $1,297
COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL CENTER BRAZOS 1 1 $11
COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL CNTR BRAZOS 6 6 $3,361
COLLIN COUNTY HEALTH CARE COLLIN 3 3 $0
COLLINS, JANICE M TARRANT 267 472 $65,254
COLLOM AND CARNEY CLINIC BOWIE 13 14 $4,251
COLUMBIA MEDICAL CENTER OF ARLINGTON SUBSIDIARY LP-MEDICALTARRANT 1 1 $31
COLUMBIA MEDICAL CENTER OF DENTON SUBSIDIARY LP-DENTON RE DENTON 1 1 $464
COLUMBIA RIO GRANDE HEALTHCARE LP-RIO GRANDE REGIONAL HOSHIDALGO 9 9 $448
COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL-COLUMBIA VALLEY REGIONAL MED CAMERON 1 1 $551
COLUMBUS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL COLORADO 8 9 $341
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COLUMBUS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-COLUMBUS COMMUNITY HOPSITALCOLORADO 1 1 $537
COLUMBUS MEDICAL CLINIC COLORADO 13 20 $3,198
COLVIN, JAMES T GUADALUPE 13 17 $1,622
COMEAUX, TAMYRA Y HARRIS 40 52 $4,570
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER JIM WELLS 74 110 $19,472
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER BROOKS- BROOKS 1 1 $178
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER-COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORAKLEBERG 8 8 $1,407
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CENTER-COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTH CBEE 11 16 $2,846
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ELGIN COBASTROP 309 571 $75,310
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-LOCKHARCALDWELL 265 558 $69,554
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-MLK COMHAYS 347 701 $77,959
COMMUNITY ACTION INC OF HAYS CALDWELL & BLANCO CO-ROUND RWILLIAMSON 290 488 $62,023
COMMUNITY CARE RUNDBERG TRAVIS 16 21 $3,613
COMMUNITY CARE-A K BLACK-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 10 10 $2,054
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC LUBBOCK 241 406 $67,477
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-CHATMAN COMMUNIT LUBBOCK 38 41 $6,699
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-NORTH UNIVERSITY LUBBOCK 1 1 $160
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER OF LUBBOCK INC-PARKWAY COMMUNITLUBBOCK 18 25 $4,056
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS IN GUADALUPE 15 17 $4,525
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-COMMUNI GONZALES 195 287 $75,815
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-GONZALE GONZALES 4 4 $1,895
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-LULING COCALDWELL 6 7 $1,807
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TX INC-LULING COCALDWELL 35 35 $1,141
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC OF NORTHEAST-TOTAL HEALTHCARE CENSMITH 6 6 $972
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-NORTHEAST TEXSMITH 977 1,432 $49,687
COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS OF NORTHEAST TEXAS-TOTAL HEALTHCSMITH 179 285 $40,569
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-CANYON HEALTH CENTER REAL 16 20 $3,314
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-OUR HEALTH/NUESTRO CEN UVALDE 339 467 $77,707
COMMUNITY HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC-ROLLING HILLS HEALTH REAL 15 20 $3,329
COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC HUNT 476 877 $118,616
COMMUNITY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES BEXAR 47 54 $1,858
COMMUNITY MOTHER AND CHILD VICTORIA 24 30 $1,425
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY DALLAS 47 84 $5,872
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-DEHARO SALDIVAR WOMEN'S HEALTDALLAS 282 519 $67,256
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-EAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALTH CENDALLAS 609 1,090 $124,382
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-GARLAND WOMENS HEALTH CENTERDALLAS 398 742 $94,673
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-MAPLE WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 569 1,080 $136,965
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-OAKWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTE DALLAS 883 1,683 $198,928
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-SOUTHEAST DALLAS WOMENS HEALDALLAS 859 1,604 $206,241
COMMUNITY ORIENTED PRIMARY-WISH TUBAL CLINIC DALLAS 11 11 $8,645
COMMUNITY RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA LLANO 1 1 $15
COMMUNITYCARE MONTOPOLIS-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 8 8 $1,643
COMMUNITYCARE-DEL VALLE-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 1 1 $205
COMMUNITYCARE-EAST AUSTIN- TRAVIS 13 19 $3,903
COMMUNITYCARE-MANOR-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 2 2 $411
COMMUNITYCARE-NORTHEAST AUSTIN-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 12 12 $2,424
COMMUNITYCARE-OAK HILL- TRAVIS 14 15 $3,081
COMMUNITYCARE-PFLUGERVILLE-COMMUNITYCARE TRAVIS 7 8 $1,644
COMMUNITYCARE-ROSEWOOD-ZARAGOSA- TRAVIS 11 16 $3,245
COMMUNITYCARE-SOUTH AUSTIN- TRAVIS 33 36 $7,353
COMPASS BDH LLC- CAMERON 2 2 $404
COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES JASPER 12 23 $3,158
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COMPLETE HEALTHCARE SERVICES- JASPER 55 199 $36,408
COMPREHENSIVE OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY OF GRANBURY- HOOD 36 68 $3,594
CONROE OBSTETRICS & GYN ASSO MONTGOMERY 1 1 $90
CONROE SURGERY CENTER 2, LTD-HEALTHSOUTH SURGERY CENTERMONTGOMERY 1 1 $585
CONROE-TOMBALL RADIOLOGISTS-LONESTAR RADIOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $14
CONSULTANTS IN RADIOLOGY TARRANT 1 2 $102
CONSULTANTS IN WOMENS HEALTH PLLC BEXAR 258 337 $27,349
COOK, KELLE L VICTORIA 38 57 $2,991
COOPER, LARRY J WISE 2 3 $240
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY NUECES 639 723 $63,262
CORPUS CHRISTI-NUECES COUNTY-CORPUS CHRISTI NUECES COUNTNUECES 324 654 $59,656
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM LUBBOCK 4 4 $2,238
COVENANT HEALTH SYSTEM-COVENANT MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 9 9 $256
COVENANT MEDICAL GROUP LUBBOCK 41 47 $7,629
CRAIG M MCMULLEN MD PA-MCMULLEN FAMILY PRACTICE SHELBY 2 3 $139
CREEL, NICHOLAS B BRAZORIA 19 19 $989
CREUTZMANN, FREDRICK H DALLAS 1 1 $81
CROSBYTON CLINIC HOSPITAL CROSBY 2 2 $245
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-BROWNWOOD COMMUNITY HEABROWN 3 3 $668
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICCOMANCHE 3 3 $655
CROSS TIMBERS HEALTH CLINICS INC-EASTLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHEASTLAND 5 5 $1,100
CTMF INC TRAVIS 2 2 $534
CUERO MEDICAL ASSOCIATES PA DEWITT 4 6 $459
CYNTHIA B PHILLIPS DO PA- HARRIS 4 6 $835
CYPRESS OB GYN HARRIS 29 36 $4,046
CYTOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF HARRIS 3 3 $84
DAGOBERTO MARTINEZ MD PA-CLINICA SANTA MARIA CAMERON 115 408 $33,045
DALEY, HEARTHER A HIDALGO 21 35 $2,101
DALLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT DALLAS 1,378 1,471 $140,500
DAN STEWART MD PA BROWN 29 43 $6,926
DANIELLE J JIMENEZ FLORES MD PA HIDALGO 3 3 $114
DAPHNE L FAVROTH MD AND ASSOCIATES-CLINIC FOR FAMILY HEALTHDALLAS 2 2 $169
DARRON ATWOOD MD PA-DARRON T ATWOOD MD PA COLEMAN 1 1 $77
DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY HEALTH SERVICES OF AUSTIN-SETON MEDICTRAVIS 1 1 $148
DAVID M HAMPTON MD PA GRAY 1 2 $682
DAVID P HERNANDEZ MD PA HIDALGO 5 5 $242
DAVID W HOBSON MD PA- FORT BEND 17 23 $2,212
DAWSON, DANIEL D BRAZOS 1 1 $48
DCF-ABILENE PHYSICIAN GROUP TAYLOR 74 100 $15,193
DE LA GUARDIA, ALBERTO E NUECES 12 14 $1,424
DEAF SMITH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HEREFORD REGIONAL MED DEAF SMITH 1 1 $510
DEAF SMITH GEN HOSP ER PHYS-HEREFORD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENDEAF SMITH 1 1 $324
DEAHL, TIMOTHY J WALKER 1 1 $34
DEAN, FRANK T DALLAS 1 3 $236
DEL SOL MEDICAL CENTE R EL PASO 4 4 $2,236
DELEON'S WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE CLINIC PA-DR DELEON'S WOMEN'SDALLAS 3 5 $200
DELUCA, ROBERT C EASTLAND 1 1 $58
DENISE I LEONARD MD PA- HARRIS 24 35 $2,594
DENTON ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOC TARRANT 2 2 $350
DENTON ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOC-DENTON ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOTARRANT 3 3 $508
DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES-LAB TRAVIS 166 213 $1,791
DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY-DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY ASSOCIA JEFFERSON 33 35 $3,731
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DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC OF LONGVIEW PA-DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC LONGVIEWGREGG 94 344 $18,699
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING ASSOCIATES PA VICTORIA 1 1 $43
DIAZ, J J HARRIS 1 1 $34
DIAZ, PEDRO S NUECES 32 55 $5,440
DIONNE D OLIVER MD PA-TOTAL WOMENS HEALTH OF ORANGE ORANGE 23 35 $4,510
DIPIKA S AMBANI MD PLLC HARRIS 16 25 $3,567
DOCTORS HOSPITAL 1997 LP-DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL TIDWELL HARRIS 1 1 $585
DOCTORS HOSPITAL ANESTHESIA GROUP- WEBB 1 1 $186
DOCTORS HOSPITAL AT RENAISSANCE LTD HIDALGO 28 28 $15,111
DOCTORS SURGICENTER HARRIS 1 1 $585
DONALD L BLAIR MD PA DALLAS 17 19 $1,072
DONNA M DURAN MD PA-DONNA M DURAN MDPA JOHNSON 1 1 $81
DONNELL-KOWAL, JENIFER R HAYS 19 26 $1,663
DOUGLAS, AUDREY D HARRIS 1 1 $2
DR AJAI J AGARWAL MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $60
DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA MD PA-DR ENRIQUE H BECERRA PA WEBB 15 15 $755
DR NICOLAS XYDAS WOMENS CENTER PA HARRIS 1 2 $100
DR RUBEN ALEMAN AND ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 1 1 $48
DREAMWISE ANESTHEISA ASSOCIATES PLLC ANGELINA 1 1 $166
DREAMWORKS ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PLLC ANGELINA 1 1 $223
DRIGGS, SHANE C CAMERON 1 1 $70
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP NUECES 7 10 $803
DRISCOLL MATERNAL AND FETAL PHYSICIANS GROUP-DRISCOLL MAT NUECES 6 6 $455
DRS E QUIROS AND C QUIROS HUTCHINSON 1 1 $81
DRS WAGNER & WAGNER PA-WAGNER LAVACA 2 2 $95
DUBLIN FAMILY MEDICINE ERATH 3 4 $200
DURAYAPPAH, AMARASEEL S HARRIS 5 7 $348
EAKER FAMILY MEDICINE PA NOLAN 6 11 $1,968
EAKER FAMILY MEDICINE PA- NOLAN 3 3 $154
EASON, LORI A POTTER 1 1 $50
EAST HOUSTON MEDICINE & PEDIATRICS PA HARRIS 1 1 $38
EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOC-EAST HOUSTON OB-GYN ASSOCIATIOHARRIS 68 120 $10,236
EAST TEXAS ANESTHESIOLOGY AS SMITH 2 2 $352
EAST TEXAS BORDER HEALTH CLINIC- HARRISON 1 1 $138
EAST TEXAS COMM HLTH SVC INC NACOGDOCHES 77 90 $14,365
EAST TEXAS FAMILY MEDICINE ANDERSON 4 4 $357
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL ALLIANCE-FIRST MED CHOICE ANDERSON 28 40 $7,117
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER ATHENS-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTE HENDERSON 4 4 $2,309
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CARTHAGE PANOLA 1 1 $11
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER CROCKETT HOUSTON 3 3 $109
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER FIRST PHYSICIANS SMITH 7 12 $585
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER JACKSONVILLE-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CHEROKEE 1 1 $537
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER-EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENT PANOLA 2 2 $137
EAST TEXAS PATHOLOGY PA JEFFERSON 2 2 $57
EAST TEXAS PHYSICIANS CARE NACOGDOCHES 1 1 $110
EASTLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EASTLAND 1 1 $11
ECTOR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL ECTOR 10 10 $5,546
ED P KEMPER MD PA- BELL 21 27 $2,181
EDINBURG OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY HIDALGO 174 355 $58,674
EDUARDO E ROBLES EMANUELLI MD PA- HIDALGO 1 1 $62
EDWARD LEE HOLT DO PA TAYLOR 1 1 $34
EL BUEN SAMARITANO EPISCOPAL MISSION INC TRAVIS 1 2 $28
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
EL CENTRO DE CORAZON EASTWOOD CLINIC-EL CENTRO DE CORAZOHARRIS 5 5 $1,172
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO BEXAR 658 804 $123,730
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO-EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO INC BEXAR 18 18 $15,316
EL PASO ANESTHESIOLOGY SERVICES PA-EL PASO ANESTHESIOLOGYEL PASO 1 1 $215
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 2,124 2,368 $125,639
EL PASO VINTON DIAGNOSTIC PA- EL PASO 4 4 $315
EL PASO WOMENS HEALTHCARE CE EL PASO 11 26 $3,101
ELECTRA HOSPITAL DISTRICT-ELECTRA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WICHITA 1 1 $17
ELIA FANOUS MD PA DALLAS 6 9 $1,246
ELIAS PRIETO M MD PA BEXAR 9 12 $615
ELIUD ACEVEDO MD PLLC WEBB 21 32 $1,315
ELIZONDO, ROY J BEXAR 10 10 $449
ELLINGTON MEMORIAL CLINIC-ELLINGTON MEM CLINIC CASS 50 75 $6,168
EMERGENCE MEDICINE PA CAMERON 1 1 $4
ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ MD PA LUBBOCK 3 3 $170
ERAJ, UMMEED A HARRIS 1 1 $4
ESEDEBE, MICHAEL E DALLAS 1 3 $129
ESTHER M CORRIGAN MD PLLC- HARRIS 1 1 $81
ETMC FIRST PHYSICIANS CLINIC CARTHAGE PANOLA 11 11 $1,157
ETMC HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES-FIRST PHYSICIANS CHEROKEE 1 1 $81
ETMC HENDERSON- RUSK 2 2 $37
EVELINA V ALCALEN MD PA TARRANT 6 6 $204
FAGBOHUN, C FUNSHO F FORT BEND 1 1 $489
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC FALLS 3 3 $190
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CLINIC-FCHC RUCKER CLINIC MCLENNAN 2 2 $101
FALLS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE DOCTORS CLINIC FALLS 3 3 $204
FAMILY CARE AND MINOR EMERGENCY CENTER PA BEXAR 4 4 $236
FAMILY CARE CENTER PECOS 21 30 $2,258
FAMILY CLINIC OF ANAHUAC PA CHAMBERS 1 2 $110
FAMILY DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL CENTER HILL 10 13 $1,775
FAMILY FUTURES PA HARRIS 24 34 $2,034
FAMILY HEALTH CARE CLINIC DENTON 458 1,028 $95,776
FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER DIMMIT 14 15 $2,015
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-BRUTON ROAD FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATI DALLAS 9 15 $889
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH IRDALLAS 3 4 $199
FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS-SOUTHWEST DALLAS FAMILY MEDICAL ASSODALLAS 8 12 $997
FAMILY MEDICAL CTR UT HIDALGO 3 4 $240
FAMILY MEDICINE CENTER-FAMILY MEDICINE CENTEROF GRAY 1 1 $143
FAMILY MEDICINE RURAL HEALTH LAMPASAS 5 6 $397
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO BEXAR 96 99 $8,793
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN ANTONIO- BEXAR 3,669 6,068 $566,878
FAMILY PLANNING CENTER HAYS 1 1 $21
FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER MCLENNAN 43 66 $7,154
FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTH-FAMILY PRACTICE RURAL HEALTH CHAMILTON 2 2 $136
FARMERSVILLE MEDICAL CENTER COLLIN 23 43 $5,780
FAYETTE LAVACA FAMILY LAVACA 1 1 $48
FEMALE SPECIALTY CARE INC DALLAS 176 350 $26,552
FERCOWICZ, ANDREW J ANGELINA 1 1 $20
FERNANDEZ, JOSE R HIDALGO 4 6 $267
FIRM FOUNDATIONS HEALTHCARE LIBERTY 2 2 $128
FIRST CHOICE OBGYN ASSOCIATES PA-FIRST CHOICE OBGYN ASSOCI EL PASO 151 274 $24,131
FIRST HORIZON MEDICAL CENTER PA EL PASO 3 3 $210
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SFY2010
FISH POND SURGERY CENTER MCLENNAN 2 2 $1,094
FLANDERS, BARRY N UVALDE 3 3 $130
FORT BEND FAMILY HEALTH CTR FORT BEND 222 304 $66,300
FORT DAVIS FAMILY PRACTICE PA JEFF DAVIS 2 2 $168
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER MAVERICK 2 2 $434
FORT DUNCAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-FORT DUNCAN MEDICAL CMAVERICK 2 2 $1,073
FOURTH WARD CLINIC-GOOD NEIGHBOR HEALTHCARE CENTER HARRIS 6 6 $897
FOX CLINIC CHILDRESS 71 124 $10,503
FOX CLINIC-FOX RURAL HEALTH CLINIC CHILDRESS 1 2 $220
FRANCISCO BARRERA MD PA- BEXAR 1 1 $81
FREDERICKSBURG FAMILY CLINIC PA-CORNERSTONE CLINIC GILLESPIE 13 18 $2,086
FRESNO ARCOLA FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC-FRESNO-ARCOLA FAMILY MFORT BEND 1 1 $60
FRIO HOSPITAL FRIO 1 1 $414
FRIO HOSPITAL ANESTHESIA FRIO 1 1 $204
FRONTERA HEALTHCARE NETWORK MASON 8 9 $1,174
FULL CIRCLE OB GYN PA- HARRIS 16 20 $2,967
FULTON, ANITA M HARRIS 1 3 $161
GARCIA, JUAN M CAMERON 1 4 $303
GARCIA, RAUL G BEXAR 4 4 $199
GARCIA, SAMUEL T HIDALGO 5 6 $403
GARVISH, JOHN F HALE 1 1 $200
GARZA, PABLO G VICTORIA 1 3 $301
GASKIN, CHARLES D HARRISON 39 55 $3,183
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC-GATEWAY CHC, INC. WEBB 1 1 $269
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-CENTRAL CLINIC WEBB 20 33 $2,509
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-SOUTH CLINIC WEBB 6 8 $409
GATEWAY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-THE GATEWAY COMMUNITY HWEBB 142 223 $41,765
GAYLE, ROSALYN A HARRIS 63 65 $6,696
GENZEL, ROBERT B TARRANT 1 1 $50
GEORGE D HILLIARD MD PA- BEXAR 18 26 $3,673
GEORGE M KINGSLEY DO INC ELLIS 6 7 $786
GEORGE T KUHN MD PA HARRIS 5 7 $270
GEORGETOWN MEDICAL CTR WILLIAMSON 1 3 $186
GEORGETOWN WOMENS CENTER WILLIAMSON 10 12 $1,473
GHASSAN N FANOUS MD PA-GHASSAN FANOUS MD PA ECTOR 8 14 $2,048
GILLEY, JUDITH R VICTORIA 53 64 $3,005
GLEN I FEINSTEIN MD PA BEXAR 5 8 $499
GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC ASSOC-GLENN-GARRETT CLINIC CASS 7 9 $557
GONZALES HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GONZALES 4 4 $190
GONZALES HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-GONZALES GONZALES 4 4 $2,041
GONZALEZ, JUAN M JEFFERSON 2 2 $535
GONZALEZ-DICKSON, JUAN J HIDALGO 2 2 $129
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER LINDEN-LINDEN MUNICIPAL HOSPCASS 2 2 $924
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CTR GREGG 11 11 $6,191
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CTR-GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 1 1 $28
GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICIANS SERVICES-GOOD SHEPHERD PHYSICIAGREGG 4 4 $272
GOODALL WITCHER HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION-CLIFTON MEDICAL CL BOSQUE 4 4 $399
GOODALL WITCHER HOSPITAL FOUNDATION-GOODALL WITCHER HEALBOSQUE 1 1 $16
GPCH LLC-GOLDEN PLAINS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL HUTCHINSON 34 37 $1,620
GRABATO, RENE P GRAY 1 7 $1,693
GRACIA MEDICAL LLP-BOHMAN CLINIC DEWITT 8 9 $358
GRADY JR, WILLIAM T CAMERON 1 1 $193
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SFY2010
GRAHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL YOUNG 4 4 $1,386
GRANADOS, RODOLFO V BEXAR 1 1 $166
GRAY EMERGENCY MEDICINE ASSOCIATES PA- GRAY 1 1 $56
GRAYSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPT GRAYSON 149 323 $16,184
GREATER DALLAS HEALTHCARE ENTERPRISES DALLAS 12 15 $601
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA HARRIS 1 1 $178
GREATER HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGY PA-GREATER HOUSTON ANESHARRIS 5 5 $946
GREATER HOUSTON RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PA-ST JOSEPH RADIOL HARRIS 1 1 $14
GREER, RUTH E DALLAS 2 2 $81
GREGGS, SHARON E DALLAS 1 1 $52
GREGORIS E NUNEZ MD PA HIDALGO 27 37 $2,661
GREGORY ALAN VANZANT MD PA JOHNSON 1 1 $176
GRETCHEN M VELASCO MD PA- HIDALGO 9 13 $483
GRIEDER, KEVIN T GUADALUPE 13 13 $280
GUADALUPE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER GUADALUPE 2 2 $1,104
GUADALUPE VALLEY WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER PA GUADALUPE 95 149 $15,212
GUERRA, JOHN R HIDALGO 30 47 $4,541
GUILLERMO L MONTANEZ MD PA-GULLERMO L MONTANEZ MD PA HIDALGO 8 9 $600
GUILLIAMS, STEPHEN E HARRIS 48 66 $6,198
GULF COAST FAMILY MEDICINE- WHARTON 2 3 $141
GULF COAST HEALTH CENTER INC- JEFFERSON 21 28 $4,552
GULF COAST MEDICAL GROUP PLLC-GULF COAST MEDICAL GROUP PLHARRIS 8 9 $484
GULF IMAGING ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 3 3 $91
GULF SHORE ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA-GULF SHORE ANESTHESIANUECES 2 2 $362
GUTIERREZ, MARCO A HIDALGO 3 8 $609
GUY VAN DELL MD PA DENTON 1 1 $48
GYN PATH SERVICES INC EL PASO 408 436 $46,673
GYNICS ASSOCIATES TRAVIS 1 2 $124
H B ANESTHESIOLOGY GROUP PA ANGELINA 3 3 $634
HAECKLER, CHRISTOPHER R HOUSTON 12 22 $1,694
HAGAN IMAGING LLC EL PASO 1 1 $44
HAGEN, JEFF E BASTROP 15 19 $1,174
HAMILTON GENERAL HOSPITAL HAMILTON 3 3 $28
HAMILTON, RAE A TAYLOR 1 1 $48
HANES, MICHELLE A HARRIS 4 5 $277
HANNA, JOHN B HOCKLEY 12 15 $2,063
HANSON, ROBERT E JEFFERSON 29 52 $9,341
HANY H AHMED MD PA HARRIS 74 117 $14,093
HARLAN WICHELHAUS MD PA GALVESTON 9 9 $356
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSCCAMERON 23 23 $4,456
HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES-HARLINGEN ANESTHESIA ASSOCAMERON 22 22 $3,932
HARLINGEN MEDICAL CENTER LP CAMERON 3 3 $1,653
HARLINGEN OB-GYN ASSOCIATES HIDALGO 75 138 $17,272
HARLINGEN PHYS NETWORK CAMERON 2 2 $101
HARMONY WOMENS CLINIC PA-HARMONY WOMEN'S CLINIC, PA EL PASO 19 28 $3,490
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HARRIS 313 612 $38,813
HARRIS COUNTY HEALTH DEPT- HARRIS 110 210 $25,809
HARRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-HARRIS COUNTY HOSP DISTRICTHARRIS 18 18 $1,155
HARRIS METHODIST FORT WORTH-HARRIS HOSPITAL TARRANT 1 1 $582
HARRIS, NORMAN ECTOR 40 61 $8,317
HARRISBURG CLINIC INC HARRIS 1 1 $66
HARRISON COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION-GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICHARRISON 5 5 $1,727
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SFY2010
HARRISON, LUTRICIA A HARRIS 6 16 $717
HASAN, FERHAT M HARRIS 24 27 $1,287
HAWKINS, KIMBERLY HARRIS 3 3 $148
HAWKINS, WILLIAM N JEFFERSON 56 70 $4,161
HAYS COUNTY HEALTH HAYS 4 10 $625
HAZEM EL ZUFARI MD PA-HAZEN EL ZUFARI MD PA HARRIS 7 13 $743
HCHD FAMILY MEDICINE-HCHD COMMUNITY MEDICINE HARRIS 21 22 $635
HCHD INTERNAL MEDICINE HARRIS 1 2 $47
HCHD OB/GYN HARRIS 14 20 $679
HCHD RADIOLOGY HARRIS 2 2 $29
HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PEOPLE OF EAST TEXAS-THE HOPESHELBY 5 5 $390
HEALTHSOUTH SURGERY CENTER AT PASTEUR PLAZA LP- BEXAR 1 1 $552
HEALTHY WOMAN, PA BEXAR 12 14 $1,010
HEARN, DONALD R HARRIS 4 5 $277
HEART OF TEXAS COMMUNITY MCLENNAN 16 16 $2,870
HENDERSON HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 2 2 $0
HENDRICK MEDICAL CENTER TAYLOR 1 1 $18
HENRY, JOHNNY L DALLAS 5 7 $696
HENRY, KATHERINE A POTTER 16 23 $829
HENSLEY, MARGARET A COLEMAN 1 1 $49
HER HEALTHCARE LLP-HER HEALTHCARE HARRIS 17 20 $1,438
HEREFORD HEALTH CLINIC DEAF SMITH 35 57 $4,029
HERIBERTO RODRIGUEZ AYALA MD PA HIDALGO 2 2 $137
HERMANN HOSPITAL AMBULATORY HARRIS 1 1 $585
HERNANDEZ, CARLOS A HARRIS 19 28 $2,649
HERNANDEZ, ERNESTO BEXAR 20 43 $6,217
HI LINE RADIOLOGY HUNT 1 1 $14
HIDALGO COUNTY HEALTH DEPT HIDALGO 177 473 $29,167
HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION-HIGH PLAINS RADIOLOGICAPOTTER 1 3 $112
HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-SAN SABA FAMSAN SABA 880 1,538 $190,852
HILL COUNTRY FAMILY MED-DBA HILL COUNTRY FAMILY MEDICAL CENKENDALL 6 8 $570
HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL-HILL COUNTRY MEMORIAL HOSP GILLESPIE 154 245 $23,005
HILL, WELTON E AUSTIN 21 30 $1,225
HILLCREST ANESTHESIA LLP GRAYSON 3 6 $1,124
HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER-HILLCREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CMCLENNAN 5 5 $2,736
HILLCROFT FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC PA- HARRIS 1 1 $23
HILLCROFT PHYSICIANS PA HARRIS 22 40 $2,637
HILLIARD, ROBERT L BEXAR 14 26 $1,901
HISEL, CHRISTOPHER G TERRY 1 3 $260
HOBSON, DAVID W FORT BEND 10 15 $2,049
HOEFELMANN, RICHARD W PALO PINTO 7 8 $529
HOERSTER CLINIC LLANO 54 78 $7,437
HOFFMAN, GEORGE S JEFFERSON 1 1 $60
HOFMANN, JAMES C HARRIS 21 25 $1,130
HOHENSTEIN, JACOBO Q HIDALGO 7 7 $312
HOLLOWAY, RUBY L JEFFERSON 1 1 $55
HONDO HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO DEVINE MEDINA 1 1 $45
HOOD MEDICAL GROUP HOOD 3 4 $215
HOPE WOMENS CLINIC PA- FORT BEND 14 15 $1,477
HOPKINS COUNTY PHYSICIAN SERVICES HOPKINS 1 1 $62
HOPPER GREGORY, MARILYN F MONTGOMERY 23 32 $5,836
HORD, MICHAEL TERRY 6 6 $372
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SFY2010
HORIZON ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES GREGG 1 1 $186
HOSSEIN GHANBANI MD PA WICHITA 29 42 $3,256
HOUMAM AL-HAKEEM MD PA BEXAR 4 7 $997
HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS INC- HARRIS 6 6 $1,009
HOUSTON NORTHWEST OPERATING COMPANY LLC-HOUSTON NORTHWHARRIS 2 2 $704
HOUSTON NW RADIOLOGY-HOUSTON NORTHWEST RADIOLOGY HARRIS 1 1 $58
HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCIATES-HOUSTON PERINATAL ASSOCAIATHARRIS 1 1 $53
HOUSTON PROGRESSIVE RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES LLP-RADIOLOGY WHARRIS 1 1 $8
HOUSTON RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATED HARRIS 1 1 $58
HOUSTONHEALTHCARE CLINIC-HOUSTON HEALTHCARE CLINIC HARRIS 1 1 $34
HOWARD C WILLIAMS MD PA- ORANGE 1 1 $45
HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES-HUGULEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES INCJOHNSON 17 36 $10,726
HUGULEY PATHOLOGY CONSULTANT JOHNSON 9 9 $255
HUMANA HOSPITAL ABILENE TAYLOR 7 7 $3,846
HUNLEY, THOMAS A BOWIE 3 3 $568
HUNTSVILLE AMBULATORY ANESTHESIA PA WALKER 1 1 $198
IMMUNIZATION ONLY-DHS BELL 6 6 $0
IMTIAZ, FARHINA K HARRIS 5 5 $814
INFINITY WOMENS HEALTHCARE DALLAS 12 22 $2,689
INNA SHPATS MD PA FORT BEND 1 4 $181
INSTITUTE FOR WOMENS HEALTH BEXAR 90 110 $7,934
IRVING COPPELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA DALLAS 6 9 $398
IRVING RADIOLOGICAL DALLAS 2 2 $29
IRVING WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER-DALLAS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRI DALLAS 202 367 $41,750
IYABODE M OGUNLADE MD- BRAZOS 11 11 $935
J AND D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLC-J & D ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PLLC HARRIS 1 1 $176
J BARNES DO PA JIM WELLS 16 30 $7,159
J E GRAHAM PA- MOORE 20 26 $3,468
J KIRKLAND GRANT MD DALLAS 8 13 $1,174
JAFARNIA, MOHAMED R HARRIS 7 8 $954
JAMES R MEYER MD PA UVALDE 11 16 $5,182
JAMES VAN RIPER DO PA- ECTOR 3 3 $148
JANSKY, CYNTHIA A BRAZOS 2 2 $95
JAROD MENDEZ MD PA- CAMERON 9 14 $1,134
JASON C BRADFORD MD PA- NUECES 5 7 $506
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-BUNA CLINIC JASPER 5 5 $292
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-JASPER NEWTONJASPER 256 376 $24,574
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-KIRBYVILLE CLINJASPER 137 170 $10,793
JASPER NEWTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT-NEWTON CLINIC NEWTON 73 117 $7,305
JEARALD AND LINDA HEFLIN MD PA ERATH 9 10 $486
JEFF M LIVINGSTON MD PC- DALLAS 21 23 $2,336
JEFFREY K GILBERTSON MD PA YOUNG 1 1 $34
JEFFREYS, CHARLES A BEXAR 18 33 $1,784
JENKINS, TARYLL L HARRIS 28 43 $5,021
JENNIFER M ARZOLA MD PA BEXAR 9 15 $3,550
JERRY W SINCLAIR MD PA- TAYLOR 1 1 $38
JESSIE, ADRIAN C NACOGDOCHES 4 4 $217
JOHN PETER SMITH HOSPITAL TARRANT 14 20 $1,162
JOHNS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL-THE HEALTH CENTER AT JOHNS COMMWILLIAMSON 15 18 $960
JOHNSON, JERRY L ANGELINA 1 1 $51
JOHNSON, JESSE B WILLIAMSON 9 11 $803
JOHOL C. CHAN DO- WEBB 12 17 $1,507
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SFY2010
JONES, LILLIAN M BEXAR 10 13 $1,805
JONES, MICHAEL W ELLIS 5 10 $2,753
JONES, PATSY TRAVIS 1 1 $73
JORDAN, BETTY J LIBERTY 3 3 $198
JOSE COHEN MD PA-VALLEY WOMENS CLINIC HARLINGEN PA CAMERON 72 109 $10,060
JOSE V. BONILLA MD AND ASSOC- BEXAR 12 24 $1,672
JOURDANTON HOSPITAL CORPORATION-JOURDAN HOSPITAL CORPORATASCOSA 1 1 $153
JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP INC-JPS PHYSICIANS GROUP, INC TARRANT 8 11 $193
JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD PA-JUAN J GONZALEZ-DICKSON MD. PHIDALGO 41 49 $4,361
JULIO C MOLINA MD PA FORT BEND 1 1 $48
JUNE WILLIAMS COLMAN MD PA HARRIS 51 66 $7,534
KABIR, MOHAMMED W HARRIS 2 2 $68
KAHN, DAN LUBBOCK 1 1 $585
KAPASI, MOSHIN BEXAR 50 65 $12,575
KARIMJEE, NAJMUDDIN K HARRIS 5 6 $256
KARNES COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-ATASCOSA HEALTH CENTER INKARNES 26 32 $4,934
KAUFMAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 156 227 $30,463
KAYANI, KHALID JEFFERSON 6 9 $587
KAYWIN M CARTER MD ANGELINA 1 2 $742
KEISHA L LOFTIN MD PA BEXAR 63 125 $12,128
KEITH I.G. SPOONER AND ASSOCIATES-KEITH I.G.SPOONER MD LIBERTY 26 34 $3,294
KELLUM FAMILY PRACTICE BEXAR 78 114 $14,966
KELLY, MARISE HARRIS 2 2 $72
KELLY, RICHARD J HOUSTON 6 8 $594
KELSOM CLINIC- DALLAS 1 1 $85
KEMPER, EDDIE P BELL 20 22 $1,963
KENDRA L THORN MD PA COMAL 2 7 $988
KERN, JAMES H HARRIS 18 34 $2,749
KEVIN R WADDELL MD PA JEFFERSON 3 7 $240
KIANI-KHOZANI, GHOLAM A HIDALGO 50 62 $6,241
KIESLING, CAROL POTTER 5 5 $272
KILLEEN FAMILY HEALTH AND URGENT CARE PA BELL 2 2 $129
KIM LISA BANGO MD PA HOWARD 1 1 $108
KINGS DAUGHTERS CLINIC BELL 47 98 $8,308
KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL BELL 2 2 $195
KINGWOOD PLAZA HOSPITAL HARRIS 5 5 $2,926
KIRBY HIGHLAND LAKES SURGERY CENTER LLP BURNET 1 1 $510
KIRKWOOD, JOHN D HARRIS 2 2 $162
KLENZ, MARY E HIDALGO 12 13 $1,940
KNAPP MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 1 1 $547
KNOX FAMILY WELLNESS CLINIC PA- KNOX 4 4 $163
KPH- CONSOLIDATION, INC.-KINGWOOD MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 1 1 $41
KRISHNAN, VIJAY K JEFFERSON 1 1 $190
KRISHNASWAMY, KANNAPPAN AUSTIN 21 41 $1,530
LA BLANCA FAMILY CLINIC INC HIDALGO 1 1 $33
LA ESPERANZA CLINIC, INC-LA CLINIC ESPERANZA INC TOM GREEN 12 12 $2,137
LA FERIA MEDICAL CLINIC PA CAMERON 2 2 $91
LA STRAP, RHODESIA N TARRANT 1 1 $52
LABMD LTD-LABMD HARRIS 53 57 $5,390
LABORATORY CORP OF AMERICA HOLDINGS-LABORATORY CORP OF AOUT OF STATE 4 4 $339
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HARRIS 2,897 3,384 $228,985
LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA-NATIONAL HEALTH LABORADALLAS 459 714 $33,849
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SFY2010
LADAGE, F S RUSK 1 1 $55
LADONNA P RUTLEDGE MD PA MATAGORDA 24 30 $2,904
LAGUNAS, YOLANDA EL PASO 44 67 $5,602
LAKE POINTE MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $469
LAKELAND MEDICAL ASSOCIATES HENDERSON 10 17 $946
LAKEWEST WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 36 63 $7,588
LAMB HEALTHCARE CENTER LAMB 1 1 $90
LANDRUM-CHESTER OB-GYN ASSOC HIDALGO 24 26 $3,165
LAREDO FAMILY PLANNING SVC WEBB 197 599 $39,616
LAREDO MEDICAL CENTER WEBB 4 4 $1,219
LAREDO OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA- WEBB 32 37 $3,003
LAREDO REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER LP-DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF LARWEBB 1 1 $526
LAREDO WOMENS CENTER PA WEBB 13 14 $3,251
LARRY L MAPLES DO PA EASTLAND 2 2 $107
LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER-LAS PALMAS MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $454
LATHAM, MIA L LUBBOCK 43 82 $8,448
LATONJIA ROBINSON-BROWN MD PA TARRANT 1 2 $104
LAURIE HULSMAN DO PA WHARTON 2 2 $176
LEDOUX, LANCE L HAYS 28 41 $3,101
LEE, CHIN H HARRIS 20 27 $2,097
LEE, JOON S HARRIS 2 2 $166
LEE, ROBERT Q BEXAR 1 1 $166
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES HARRIS 136 195 $51,088
LEGACY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES-MONTROSE CLINIC INC HARRIS 46 56 $2,749
LEHMANN, DEBORAH K TARRANT 1 1 $23
LESTER, R ANTON SMITH 5 5 $186
LETELLIER, JEAN P GAINES 1 1 $62
LEWIS, REBECCA G BREWSTER 5 6 $325
LHC FAMILY MEDICINE- LAMB 34 68 $5,911
LIBERTY MEDICAL SURGICAL CLINIC LIBERTY 1 1 $38
LIRA, NOE NUECES 41 53 $4,613
LISA ROUSE MD PA KERR 1 1 $152
LONE STAR ANESTHESIA CONSULT POTTER 10 10 $2,187
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE- WILLIAMSON 52 56 $9,738
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-BEN WHITE HEALTH CLINIC TRAVIS 86 110 $18,501
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 370 491 $83,877
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LAKE AIRE MEDICAL CENTER WILLIAMSON 130 150 $26,015
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LSCC AT TEXAS A&M HEALTH SCIENCE CWILLIAMSON 295 384 $69,134
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-LSCC OB/GYN WILLIAMSON 343 549 $91,445
LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE-ROUND ROCK COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 76 94 $15,629
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC MONTGOMERY 47 51 $3,185
LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER-LONE STAR COMMUNITY HEMONTGOMERY 8 9 $1,518
LONE STAR OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 161 215 $25,520
LONESTAR CIRCLE OF CARE-GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY CLINIC WILLIAMSON 21 21 $9,305
LONG, DONALD P JEFFERSON 7 10 $485
LONGVIEW MEDICAL CENTER LP-LONGVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTGREGG 4 4 $1,655
LONGVIEW REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 1 1 $600
LONGVIEW WELLNESS CENTER INC-WELLNESS POINTE GREGG 794 1,402 $142,173
LOPEZ, HECTOR EL PASO 1 1 $56
LORD JR EDWARD A MD PA HARRIS 17 21 $1,528
LORI GORE GREEN DO PA-LORI GORE-GREEN DO PA DENTON 3 4 $121
LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-LOS BARRIOS UNIDOS DALLAS 6 6 $685
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
LOUIS, ALFRED R HARRIS 4 5 $360
LOWRY, MADISON D COMAL 3 3 $143
LUFKIN RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES ANGELINA 1 2 $28
LUTHER, VERA M SABINE 2 2 $151
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DIST LYNN 32 74 $5,561
LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL-LYNN COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT LYNN 1 1 $98
LYONS, CALVIN J HARRIS 6 6 $312
MACARTHUR OBGYN MANAGEMENT LLC DALLAS 120 205 $29,066
MAGNOLIA FIRST FAMILY MEDICINE PA HARRIS 3 3 $177
MAHAN, MILES E HARRIS 4 6 $829
MAIA DANIELSON MD PA CAMERON 20 29 $1,320
MAINLAND RADIOLOGICAL ASSOC HARRIS 2 2 $73
MALLIK, SUBODH K PECOS 25 47 $5,654
MAPLE WOMENS HEALTH CENTER DALLAS 1 1 $21
MARADANI, SARITA TRAVIS 1 1 $71
MARCELO TOTORIOA MD PA-MARCELO TOTORICA MD HARRIS 3 3 $167
MARIA CHRISTINA MADRID MD PA-MADRID FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 1 1 $48
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA HIDALGO 25 44 $5,125
MARIA E RODRIGUEZ MD PA- HIDALGO 9 12 $1,467
MARIO M PADILLA MD PA EL PASO 2 2 $102
MARK L ELDORE MD PA-ATHENS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS CENTER HENDERSON 122 177 $18,253
MARSHALL ANESTHESIA SERVICES HARRISON 2 2 $450
MARSHALL HEALTH SERVICES HARRISON 28 45 $3,070
MARSHALL, JUNE G HARRIS 25 32 $2,997
MARTHA E SCHMITZ MD PC TRAVIS 1 1 $81
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR FAMILY CLINIC INC-MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DALLAS 28 51 $9,752
MARTINEZ, JESUS L EL PASO 25 55 $6,123
MARTINEZ, RAYMOND ECTOR 2 2 $683
MATAGORDA EPISCOPAL HEALTH OUTREACH PROGRAM MATAGORDA 1 1 $119
MATERN-ALL PA- EL PASO 9 15 $1,052
MATHEWS, JESELLE A HIDALGO 14 14 $854
MATLOCK OB GYN ASSOC PA TARRANT 2 3 $220
MATTISON PATHOLOGY LLP-AVERO DIAGNOSTICS LUBBOCK 1 1 $58
MAVERICK COUNTY RURAL RADIOLOGIST PA-MAVERICK COUNTY RURMAVERICK 3 3 $43
MAXIE C. SPROTT II, MD PA JEFFERSON 45 67 $5,218
MAXUM HEALTH SERVICES CORP. TARRANT 6 6 $350
MAYO, DAWN G BEXAR 39 50 $6,388
MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA-MCALLEN ANESTHESIA CONHIDALGO 29 29 $4,801
MCALLEN HOSPITALIST GROUP PLLC- HIDALGO 2 2 $89
MCALPINE, DAVID B TARRANT 1 1 $2,608
MCCLANAHAN, MARK L HALE 2 4 $1,188
MCCOY, TONYA M POTTER 7 8 $240
MCCRAW, RONALD K JEFFERSON 4 4 $218
MCFARLAND, MICHAEL A ATASCOSA 1 2 $139
MCGHEE, ORSEL S KAUFMAN 30 74 $6,288
MCH PROFESSIONAL CARE ANESTHESIOLOGY- ECTOR 5 5 $1,028
MCH PROFESSIONAL CARE INTERNAL MEDICINE-PROCARE OIMA ANESECTOR 7 11 $1,716
MCKINNEY FAMILY PLANNING CENTER COLLIN 380 811 $109,361
MCLAUGHLIN, ROANE H COOKE 1 1 $50
MCMINN, DENISE L POTTER 26 36 $1,188
MCMULLEN, CRAIG M SHELBY 4 4 $299
MCQUILLIN, PAMELA A ECTOR 1 1 $54
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SFY2010
MED CURE PRIMARY CARE PHYSIC HARRIS 46 77 $3,760
MED PATH LABS INC GREGG 40 54 $2,413
MEDCARE ASSOCIATES PA BANDERA 7 7 $375
MEDICAL ARTS CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 2 2 $101
MEDICAL CLINICS OF HONDO MEDINA 1 1 $794
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES LLC OUT OF STATE 23 23 $2,339
MEDICAL EDGE HEALTHCARE GROUP PA DALLAS 1 2 $16
MEDICAL EDGE HEALTHCARE GROUP PA- DALLAS 1 1 $28
MEDICAL IMAGING OF DALLAS DALLAS 2 2 $73
MEDITIERRA INC- TRAVIS 1 1 $53
MEDUNA, DAVID BRAZOS 7 12 $1,085
MEHTA, VIRENDRAK D WICHITA 20 32 $3,483
MELINDA J HISCOCK MD PA-MELINDA J HISCOCK MS PA GRAY 4 7 $549
MEMORIAL FAMILY PRACTICE CTR FORT BEND 11 20 $1,596
MEMORIAL HEALTH CLINIC-STAMFORD HOSPITAL DISTRICT JONES 8 10 $508
MEMORIAL HERMANN HEALTHCARE HARRIS 1 1 $585
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN IMAGINHARRIS 1 1 $89
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN KATY HARRIS 2 2 $1,170
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MEMORIAL HERMANN NORTHHARRIS 1 1 $585
MEMORIAL HERMANN HOSPITAL SYSTEM-MHHS HERMANN HOSPITAL HARRIS 7 8 $449
MEMORIAL HERMANN SPECIALTY HOSPITAL KINGWOOD LLC HARRIS 2 2 $1,112
MEMORIAL HOSP OF POLK COUNTY-POLK COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP POLK 2 2 $1,073
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NACOGDOCHES 6 6 $736
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER SAN AUGUSTINE SAN AUGUSTINE 2 2 $29
MEMORIAL RADIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $61
MENDELSON, EDWARD G HARRIS 2 2 $118
MENDOZA, JOE EL PASO 15 20 $1,085
MENN, NONA D D SAN PATRICIO 7 7 $4,981
METHODIST HEALTHCARE SYSTEM OF SAN ANTONIO LTD LLP-METHODBEXAR 1 1 $525
METHODIST HOSPITAL BEXAR 1 1 $24
METHODIST HOSPITAL LEVELLAND INC-COVENANT HOSPITAL LEVELLAHOCKLEY 1 1 $11
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF DALLAS-METHODIST CHARLTON MEDICAL CDALLAS 4 5 $83
METHODIST HOSPITAL-SOUTHWEST TEX METHODIST HREV BEXAR 19 20 $11,039
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER ASC LP BEXAR 2 2 $1,049
METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER-METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS 19 25 $1,283
METROPLEX HOSPITAL BELL 1 1 $594
METROPLUS OB GYN HARRIS 26 33 $3,981
METROPOLITAN ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS LLP DALLAS 3 3 $587
METROWEST ANESTHESIA CARE PLLC- HARRIS 2 2 $444
MEYER, JAMES R UVALDE 7 8 $390
MICHAEL D WILLIAMS MD PA POTTER 5 6 $315
MICHAEL D. GARCIA , MD, PA-MICHAEL D GARCIA MD PA BEXAR 38 41 $2,150
MICHAEL E CADENA DO PA WALKER 20 24 $2,594
MICHAEL G SHAFFER MD PA- EL PASO 1 2 $82
MICHIEL R NOE MD PA-SUN CITY WOMENS HEALTH CARE EL PASO 255 679 $53,100
MID COAST MEDICAL CLINIC WHARTON 10 11 $648
MID TEX ANESTHESIA ASSOC MCLENNAN 2 2 $372
MID TEXAS HEALTH CARE ASSOCI GILLESPIE 2 2 $114
MID VALLEY FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES PA- HIDALGO 2 2 $136
MID-TOWN OB/GYN ASSOCIATES, HARRIS 1 1 $34
MIDLAND COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES MIDLAND 154 246 $38,671
MIDLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MIDLAND 5 5 $2,428
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SFY2010
MIDTOWN CLINICAL ASSOCIATES PA HARRIS 3 3 $645
MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNING INC-MIDWAY FAMILY PLANNINGINC BROWN 73 193 $9,905
MIGRANT HEALTH SERVICE INC- # 1 1 $148
MIHIA SATURDAY PRENATAL ECTOR 224 455 $31,258
MILLER, MARVIN B PARKER 1 1 $48
MINCK, RORY N HIDALGO 3 5 $157
MININA IRINA A MD PLLC- CAMERON 1 1 $85
MIRTO, MARY V TRAVIS 1 1 $73
MISSION DOCTORS GROUP INC-MISSION DOCTORS GROUP HIDALGO 1 1 $210
MISSION HOSPITAL INC-MISSION HOSPITAL HIDALGO 1 1 $547
MITCHELL B HUGHSTON MD CAMERON 16 23 $1,258
MLMD PA BELL 13 14 $728
MONTALVO, JUAN F WEBB 55 70 $6,630
MONTE CRISTO FAMILY CLINIC HIDALGO 1 1 $31
MOORE COUNTY HOSPITAL-MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MOORE 7 7 $1,399
MOORE, VIVIAN C DALLAS 3 8 $596
MOSES, CHARLES R JEFFERSON 63 129 $10,770
MOSES, LUFKIN R NOLAN 1 1 $762
MOTHER FRANCES HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE CHEROKEE 2 2 $86
MOTHER FRANCES HOSPITAL REGIONAL HEALTHCARE CENTER-MOTHSMITH 6 7 $294
MOTHERLAND INC HARRIS 25 26 $4,742
MT ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC RUSK 3 3 $245
MULDER, MICHELLE M HARRIS 3 5 $316
MURFF, W GENE MCLENNAN 1 1 $585
MYNATT, ADRIENNE L HARRIS 1 1 $75
NAIK, AMAR BEXAR 1 1 $166
NANETTE V EVANS MD PA- ERATH 1 2 $58
NAYAK, SATISH ANDREWS 9 10 $1,245
NELLSCH, VERNER O POLK 64 89 $8,037
NELSON, GISELA T ELLIS 1 2 $58
NEMA I UWAYDAH MD PA HARRIS 4 8 $315
NEW BRAUNFELS OB/GYN COMAL 2 2 $137
NEWTON FAMILY CLINIC NEWTON 13 23 $1,582
NHCI OF HILLSBORO INC-HILL REGIONAL HOSPITAL HILL 3 3 $1,082
NIAMATALI, HABIBOOLA DALLAS 1 1 $25
NOBLE, DECARLO DENTON 9 14 $5,296
NOCONA MEDICAL CLINIC MONTAGUE 6 8 $603
NORTH CENTRAL METHODIST ASC LP BEXAR 2 2 $1,104
NORTH CENTRAL TEX MED FOUND-WILSON FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC WICHITA 894 1,850 $177,177
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL FOUNDATION-WICHITA FALLS FAMILWICHITA 4 5 $404
NORTH CENTRAL TX COMMUNITY-NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COMMUNITWICHITA 1 1 $200
NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PA-NORTH HOUSTON ANESTHHARRIS 9 9 $1,834
NORTH RUNNELS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT RUNNELS 1 3 $203
NORTH TEXAS OB-GYN ASSOC DENTON 20 26 $3,090
NORTHEAST DALLAS FAMILY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PA-NORTHEAST DDALLAS 1 2 $136
NORTHEAST HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 1 1 $0
NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES-NORTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 21 27 $4,516
NORTHEAST OB/GYN ASSOCPLLC BEXAR 27 33 $2,896
NORTHEAST TEXAS WOMEN'S HEALTH, PA-NORTHEAST TEXAS WOME TITUS 102 141 $21,779
NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH-NORTHERN BAY WOMENS HEALTH DALLAS 21 32 $3,460
NORTHSTAR ANESTHESIA PA TARRANT 6 7 $1,369
NORTHWEST ANESTHESIOLOGY AND PAIN SERVICE HARRIS 1 1 $202
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SFY2010
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL POTTER 92 124 $6,134
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-NORTHWEST TEXAS HOSPITAL DPOTTER 8 8 $4,362
NORTHWEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM-WOMENS AND CHILDRENS HEALTPOTTER 24 27 $943
NORTHWEST NURSE PRACTITIONERS CLINIC LLC HARRIS 4 5 $338
NOVOA, JULIO C EL PASO 4 4 $1,212
NP HEALTH CLINIC PLLC HARDIN 3 7 $266
NUECES COUNTY WOMEN'S CLINIC-CORPUS CHRISTI WOMENS CLINICNUECES 158 300 $31,757
NUESTRA CLINICA DEL VALLE HIDALGO 16 16 $3,102
NUESTRA CLINICA DEL VALLE INC HIDALGO 1 1 $196
O AND G WHCA PA WEBB 2 5 $264
OAK BEND MEDICAL CENTER-OAKBEND MEDICAL CENTER FORT BEND 4 4 $1,770
OAKBEND MEDICAL GROUP FORT BEND 5 11 $885
OAKWOOD ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATE WILLIAMSON 1 1 $37
OAKWOOD WOMENS CENTRE PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $556
OATES, MYRTLE HARRIS 2 2 $95
OB GYN ASSOC OF HENDERSON LLP-BROOKRIDGE MEDICAL CENTER GREGG 103 159 $22,081
OB GYN CARE PA HARRIS 2 2 $149
OB HOSPITALISTS OF TEXAS PA DALLAS 1 1 $152
OB-GYN OF HOUSTON LLP HARRIS 94 124 $18,171
OB-GYN SPECIALIST OF LAREDO WEBB 41 44 $3,169
OBGYN ASSOCIATES OF DENTON PLLC DENTON 2 2 $95
OBSTETRICAL AND GYN ASSOC NUECES 52 107 $6,608
OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY ASSO DENTON 2 2 $58
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ASSO OF LAREDO PA-OBSTETRICS & WEBB 3 4 $592
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY OF THE WOODLANDS PA MONTGOMERY 1 1 $53
OBUKOFE CHRISTIE E MD HARRIS 5 5 $359
OBUKOFE CHRISTIE E MD- HARRIS 77 132 $8,771
OCHILTREE GENERAL HOSPITAL OCHILTREE 1 1 $12
OCHILTREE HOSPITAL DISTRICT OCHILTREE 22 33 $4,623
OCON, FERNANDO J HARRIS 3 3 $155
ODESSA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-ODESSA REGIONAL HOSPITAL ECTOR 1 1 $555
OKOLI, OKEY BEXAR 60 114 $18,369
OLADELE OLUSANYA MD PA-OADELE OLUSANYA MD PA DALLAS 14 30 $3,052
OLAYA, BERNARDO WICHITA 11 16 $1,477
OMEGA OB/GYN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTH ARLINGTON TARRANT 118 192 $20,441
ONDRIZEK, RICHARD R JOHNSON 16 19 $840
OSCAR BENAVIDES MD PA WEBB 1 1 $52
OSCAR GARZA MD FRIO 8 11 $703
OSTEO IMAGING INC. EL PASO 1 1 $58
PADILLA, GUILLERMO HARRIS 5 7 $340
PAGE, CINDY K SAN PATRICIO 43 66 $8,527
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-PALESTINANDERSON 42 50 $2,968
PALESTINE PRINCIPAL HEALTHCARE LP-PALESTINE REGIONAL MEDICAANDERSON 24 32 $2,104
PALO PINTO HOSPITAL DISTRICT-BRIDGE TO HEALTH PALO PINTO 1 1 $157
PAPPAS, GREGORY A MATAGORDA 49 134 $20,047
PARK CLINIC PA-PARK CLINIC WICHITA 1 2 $134
PARK PLAZA ANESTHESIOLOGISTS HARRIS 4 4 $841
PARK PLAZA HOSPITAL HARRIS 2 2 $1,170
PARK ROW MEDICAL SERVICES PLLC- TARRANT 6 18 $1,211
PARKEY, WENDELL W GAINES 15 18 $3,990
PARKLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DALLAS 4 6 $88,213
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 1 1 $729
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SFY2010
PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC RHC-PARKSIDE FAMILY CLINIC PA DEWITT 23 33 $2,878
PASADENA HEALTH CENTER INC HARRIS 3 3 $332
PASADENA WOMEN'S CENTER HARRIS 98 117 $12,061
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TEXAS PA-. WICHITA 495 509 $16,359
PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TYLER-PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TY SMITH 166 169 $4,592
PATHOLOGY PROFESSIONAL SERVI EL PASO 1 1 $43
PATHOLOGY REFERENCE LAB BEXAR 739 773 $63,517
PATIENCE MILLER OB-GYN, PLLC- BEXAR 21 33 $3,207
PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATES PA-PCA-PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATELAMAR 5 5 $215
PEA IN THE POD OB GYN ASSOCIATION BEXAR 17 21 $1,012
PEACHTREE MEDICAL PA HARRIS 7 8 $497
PEARCE CLINIC BREWSTER 12 16 $851
PECHE, WILLIAM BEXAR 10 10 $588
PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC INC-PEOPLES COMMUNITY CLINIC TRAVIS 318 577 $41,599
PERINATAL HEALTHCARE ASSCOC EL PASO 7 7 $525
PERMIAN ANESTHESIA ASSOC ECTOR 3 3 $476
PERMIAN PHYSICIAN SERVICES- ANDREWS 3 3 $161
PERMIAN WOMEN S CENTER PA-PERMIAN WOMEN'S CENTER PA ECTOR 51 84 $13,931
PETITT, MICHAEL A HARRIS 1 1 $498
PHILIPS, DUDLEY A GALVESTON 51 80 $6,664
PHILLIPS, MICHAEL S TARRANT 1 1 $48
PHYNET INC GREGG 3 3 $171
PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES OF SOUTHWEST DALLAS DALLAS 27 31 $956
PHYSICIANS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES PA-PHYSICIANS HEALTHCAREEL PASO 2 2 $142
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY SERVICES HIDALGO 114 155 $8,017
PHYSICIANS PREFFERED LABRITO-PHYSICIANS PREFERRED LABORATPOTTER 1 1 $97
PHYSICIANS PRIMECARE-HEALTH TEXAS MEDICAL GROUP BEXAR 1 1 $85
PINEYWOODS OF EAST TEXAS ANGELINA 56 91 $7,633
PINNACLE ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS PA DALLAS 14 15 $2,876
PITRE, CLARENCE A EL PASO 36 48 $5,929
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSN LUBBOCK 1,853 4,538 $395,932
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-EDINBURG CENTER HIDALGO 1,119 2,447 $221,250
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-LAS MILPAS CENTER- PHARR HIDALGO 50 64 $9,181
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MCALLEN CENTER HIDALGO 2,257 5,502 $489,418
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-MISSION CLINIC HIDALGO 966 2,198 $197,510
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PHARR CENTER HIDALGO 44 77 $6,771
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-PROGRESO COMMUNITY CLINIC HIDALGO 18 32 $3,163
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-RIO GRANDE CITY CLINIC STARR 563 1,075 $115,155
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOC-WESLACO CENTER HIDALGO 1,253 2,974 $286,859
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNCAMERON 1,102 2,546 $195,994
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-PLANNWILLACY 154 328 $32,680
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION OF CAMERON AND WILL-SOUTHCAMERON 403 889 $55,010
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-. FORT BEND 9,428 17,755 $2,929,272
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET FANNIN CLINIC HARRIS 4,553 7,730 $1,367,875
PLANNED PARENTHOOD GULF COAST INC-PPHSET SOUTHWEST CLINI HARRIS 1,725 2,796 $566,358
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF CENTRAL TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOMCLENNAN 2,473 5,587 $606,450
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NORTH TEXAS INC- DALLAS 9,465 21,166 $2,052,217
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 139 236 $23,985
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTH TEXAS INC-PLANNED PARENTHOONUECES 2,920 5,725 $673,709
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF TEXAS TRAVIS 1,748 3,312 $310,914
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-MIDLAND CLINIC MIDLAND 877 2,032 $193,021
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-ODESSA CLINIC ECTOR 1,220 2,760 $268,285
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SFY2010
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-PLANNED PARENTHOOD AB TAYLOR 788 1,791 $194,581
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS-SAN ANGELO CLINIC TOM GREEN 1,144 2,694 $246,772
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SEXUAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES-FAMILY PLABEXAR 4,294 9,215 $873,473
PLAZA OB GYN ASSOCIATES HARRIS 25 25 $1,275
PLEASANT GROVE FAMILY MEDICAL CLINIC PA DALLAS 9 11 $930
POOL, STANLEY J HARRIS 2 2 $112
PORTER-SALES, VERNICKA D JEFFERSON 1 1 $80
PORTLAND IMAGING CENTER, LTD-NORTHSHORE MEDICAL IMAGING SAN PATRICIO 4 4 $347
POSADA, ROLANDO CAMERON 1 1 $48
PRATUMRAT, PAIROJ HUNT 13 13 $1,419
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING HEMPHILL- SABINE 3 4 $187
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING INC-COLLINGSWORTH FAMILY MEDIC COLLINGSWORTH 2 5 $318
PREFERRED HOSPITAL LEASING JUNCTION INC- KIMBLE 2 4 $281
PREFERRED OPEN MRI LTD- DALLAS 1 1 $89
PREMIER ANESTHESIA OF CORPUS CHRISTI PA- NUECES 6 6 $1,222
PRESIDIO COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES INC-MARFA COMMUNITY HEALTPRESIDIO 1 1 $132
PRESSON, SUZANNE G GRAY 139 377 $24,995
PRESTIGE WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA EL PASO 9 12 $2,280
PRHC ENNIS LP-ENNIS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ELLIS 1 1 $19
PRICE, BRADLEY B TRAVIS 20 31 $1,386
PRIMARY HEALTH NETWORK OF SOUTH TEXAS- GALVESTON 1 1 $34
PRIME CARE ASSOCIATION HIDALGO 11 11 $763
PRIMERA LUZ WOMENS CENTER INC EL PASO 2 2 $47
PRMC ANESTHESIA SERVICES-PERMIAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ANDREWS 2 2 $330
PROFESSIONAL LONE STAR ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PLLC ELLIS 1 1 $153
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 41 44 $9,184
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER SPARKS- EL PASO 13 15 $3,394
PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTER-PROJECT VIDA HEALTH CENTE EL PASO 53 62 $12,379
PROPATH SERVICES LLP DENTON 4 4 $232
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES DALLAS 103 140 $7,861
PROPATH-PROPATH SERVICES LLP TARRANT 101 155 $9,737
PROVIDENCE HEALTH ALLIANCE-PROVIDENCE MEDICAL CLINIC MCLENNAN 1 1 $43
PROVIDENCE IMAGING CONSULTAN EL PASO 1 1 $61
PROVIDENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EL PASO 4 4 $1,698
PRYOR, PAT MCLENNAN 2 3 $236
QUALITY CARE PLUS LLC LIBERTY 1 1 $31
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL DALLAS 816 1,330 $70,591
QUEST DIAGNOSTIC CLINICAL-QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL HARRIS 607 851 $32,399
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS # 5 5 $486
QUEST DIAGNOSTICS CLINICAL LABORATORIES INC-QUEST DIAGNOSTBEXAR 135 135 $4,095
QUEZADA, OSCAR R EL PASO 38 46 $3,329
QURAISHI, SHAMA P JEFFERSON 2 2 $93
RADCARE OF TEXAS PA- POTTER 2 2 $61
RADIOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS-RADIOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS ASN DALLAS 1 1 $61
RADIOLOGY ASSOC OF WICHITA WICHITA 1 1 $55
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES NUECES 6 6 $725
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF ABILENE-RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF ABTAYLOR 2 2 $65
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NEW BRAUNFELS, LLP COMAL 3 3 $44
RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF TARRANT COUNTY PA-RADIOLOGY ASSCPARKER 2 2 $165
RAFIQ, SHAHID JEFFERSON 1 1 $26
RAJENDER K SYAL MD PA- HARRIS 7 12 $1,141
RAMIREZ, ROBERTO KARNES 1 1 $71
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
RASTOGI, SHASHI P TARRANT 16 32 $2,132
RATH, KALYAN K JASPER 6 6 $332
RATH, KERI L HARRIS 1 1 $46
REGENCE HEALTH NETWORK INC- HALE 35 35 $5,256
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM INC-COMMUNITY MEDICTOM GREEN 8 9 $481
REGIONAL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE-COLLEGE STATION MEDICAL BRAZOS 1 1 $48
REGIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORY VICTORIA 34 37 $1,668
REGIONAL RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATE ANDERSON 3 3 $160
REISS, ANH P HARRIS 55 62 $7,806
RENAISSANCE WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA HIDALGO 45 68 $6,140
RENE I LOPEZ JR MD PA HARRIS 3 4 $151
RENE PEREZ MD PA BEXAR 7 11 $567
REVILLA, RODOLFO M EL PASO 3 3 $204
REYES, ANTONIO D TITUS 4 4 $237
REYES, MATEO WEBB 3 5 $318
RGV ANESTHESIA ASSOCIATES PA HIDALGO 2 4 $707
RHONDA BARNES JORDAN MD PA- HARRIS 5 11 $411
RICHARD PHAM MD PA-FAMILY HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER JASPER 17 27 $1,577
RINN, PHILLIP C GUADALUPE 6 12 $700
RIO GRANDE ANESTHESIOLOGISTS PA CAMERON 1 1 $216
RIO GRANDE NP INC-RIO GRANDE WOMENS CLINICS HIDALGO 12 12 $698
RIO GRANDE OB/GYN GROUP PA EL PASO 2 2 $85
RIO GRANDE SURGERY CENTER HIDALGO 1 1 $547
RIO GRANDE VALLEY SERVICE-COMMUNITY REFERENCE LABORATORYCAMERON 1 2 $14
RIOS, ANGEL M EL PASO 9 10 $441
RISHI, ALKA S BELL 6 13 $698
RIVERBEND MEDICAL GROUP BASTROP 19 29 $4,131
RIVERO, ANGELINA A KAUFMAN 4 4 $169
RIVERWALK OB GYN PLLC BEXAR 40 62 $4,942
RIZK, MAGDY W HARRIS 6 7 $1,366
ROBERT E SCHORLEMER MD PA BEXAR 1 1 $48
ROBERT L STOCKBURGER LIMESTONE 3 3 $292
ROBY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC FISHER 26 52 $3,431
ROCKDALE BLACKHAWK LLC-RICHARDS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MILAM 5 5 $116
ROCKWALL COUNTY HELPING HANDS INC ROCKWALL 25 28 $926
RODOLFO M REVILLA MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $48
ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-ROLLING PLAINS MEM HOSP #4NOLAN 1 1 $537
ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL-ROLLING PLAINS MEMORIAL NOLAN 1 1 $180
ROLLING PLAINS PHYSICIANS NOLAN 7 12 $878
ROSEN, ANDREW P EL PASO 1 1 $74
ROTHWELL, RICHARD O TAYLOR 36 57 $4,661
ROUND ROCK HOSPITAL-ROUND ROCK MEDICAL CENTER WILLIAMSON 1 1 $9
ROUND ROCK MEDICAL CENTER WILLIAMSON 13 13 $7,032
ROY B KENDRICK MD PA- TERRY 1 1 $48
RRV PATHOLOGY LAB PA-RRV PATHOLOGY LAB LAMAR 7 8 $219
RUBEN D BOCANEGRA MD PA WEBB 5 11 $741
RURANGIRWA, CHARLES CAMERON 41 106 $9,281
RUSK COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER RUSK 1 1 $82
RYAN, GARY T EL PASO 2 2 $123
S TALATI MD PA- DALLAS 7 15 $1,346
SADLER CLINIC ASSOCIATION MONTGOMERY 1 1 $70
SAENZ MEDICAL CENTER HIDALGO 10 16 $1,010
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SFY2010
SAGEBRUSH WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA DALLAS 35 60 $4,271
SAINT JOSEPH REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER BRAZOS 1 1 $97
SALIMAH CUMBER MD PA HARRIS 1 1 $48
SALINAS, MARIANO HIDALGO 3 4 $275
SAMUEL, DONALD R JASPER 7 8 $572
SAN ANGELO COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTER TOM GREEN 2 2 $72
SAN ANGELO RADIOLOGISTSPA-SAN ANGELO RADIOLOGISTS PA TOM GREEN 1 1 $28
SAN BENITO MED ASSOC CAMERON 3 5 $157
SAN JACINTO METHODIST HOSP HARRIS 4 4 $1,280
SAN MARCOS OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY PLLC-KOTESWARA R KHAYS 15 20 $2,700
SAN MARCOS SURGERY CENT HAYS 1 1 $569
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-INGLESIDE CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 264 720 $38,883
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-MATHIS CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 154 446 $22,487
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY HEALTH-SINTON CLINIC SAN PATRICIO 149 313 $16,655
SANCHEZ, VICENTE Y BEE 3 3 $233
SANCHEZ, WLFRANO A WEBB 2 2 $594
SANDRA T ROCHA DO PA-SANDRA T ROCHA MD PA EL PASO 1 1 $45
SANTA CLARA FAMILY CLINIC- HARRIS 4 6 $442
SASAN ASKARI MD PA TRAVIS 4 13 $1,546
SATHIYARAJ GEORGE MD PA HIDALGO 1 2 $57
SATIR AND SATIR PA NACOGDOCHES 3 3 $148
SCENIC MOUNTAIN MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 4 4 $414
SCHEEL NAYAR DO PA BEXAR 41 70 $9,924
SCHETTLER, HEINRICH G HARRIS 58 83 $6,867
SCHORLEMER, WENDELL C BEXAR 2 2 $95
SCHULENBURG COMMUNITY CLINIC FAYETTE 1 1 $153
SCHULTIS, TRISTAN R FAYETTE 10 16 $2,810
SCOTT AND WHITE CLINIC BELL 47 64 $9,190
SCOTT AND WHITE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL CORP-SCOTT AND WHITE HWILLIAMSON 2 3 $55
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BELL 69 77 $11,909
SCOTT AND WHITE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- BELL 43 44 $3,179
SCOTT D LAUER DO PA- TARRANT 4 4 $181
SCURRY COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT-D M COGDELL MEMORIAL HOSPSCURRY 2 2 $127
SEAN WENGROFF MD-SEAN WENGROFF GALVESTON 34 53 $5,452
SEGUIN PATHOLOGY SERVICES PA GUADALUPE 99 99 $2,791
SELVAGGI, THOMAS C HUNT 5 6 $307
SENDOS, ANUSUYA N HARRIS 1 2 $91
SETAL RANA MD PA DALLAS 5 6 $222
SETON HEALTHCARE-SETON HIGHLAND LAKES HOSPITAL BURNET 1 1 $108
SETON HEALTHCARE-SETON SOUTHWEST HOSPITAL TRAVIS 1 1 $104
SEVEN OAKS WOMENS CENTER BEXAR 5 5 $281
SHACKELFORD COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER-STEPHENS SHACKELFORD 7 7 $1,879
SHANNON CLINIC TOM GREEN 175 415 $48,282
SHANNON JUNO MD PA- FAYETTE 12 13 $1,442
SHANNON MEDICAL CENTER TOM GREEN 1 1 $529
SIERRA MEDICAL CENTER EL PASO 4 4 $1,493
SIEVERS MEDICAL CLINIC GONZALES 27 54 $4,681
SIGNATURE GULF COAST HOSPITAL LP-GULF COAST MEDICAL CENTERWHARTON 2 2 $1,020
SIGNATURE PAMPA HOSPITAL LP-PAMPA MEDICAL CENTER GRAY 1 2 $2,103
SIGNATURE PAMPA HOSPITAL LP-PAMPA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTERGRAY 2 7 $2,332
SILVER, MORRIS M NACOGDOCHES 2 3 $118
SIMMONS DIANE OD GRAY 1 1 $131
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SFY2010
SJ MEDICAL CENTER LLC-ST JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER HARRIS 2 3 $630
SKULEMOWSKI, PATRICK S CAMERON 6 8 $1,388
SMG SIGNATURE MEDICAL GROUP- SMG SIGNATURE MEDICAL GROUPWHARTON 6 10 $758
SMITH, CLAUDIUS G HARRIS 40 54 $1,911
SMITH, FRANK A HOUSTON 6 9 $498
SMITHVILLE HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL BASTROP 1 1 $541
SMITHVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL CRNA GROUP BASTROP 1 1 $126
SMMC MEDICAL GROUP-FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER HOWARD 30 38 $2,633
SNEAD, JONATHAN C TARRANT 1 1 $51
SNELL HARGROVE, DANA N TARRANT 9 13 $1,473
SONG, CHENG C TARRANT 2 2 $126
SOUND CHOICES LLC-SOUND CHOICESLLC BRAZORIA 1 1 $0
SOUTH ALAMO MEDICAL GROUP PA BEXAR 2 3 $235
SOUTH CENTRAL HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH HARRIS 8 9 $1,003
SOUTH CENTRAL HOUSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH-SCHCHC RIVERSIDEHARRIS 2 2 $221
SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-SOUTH EAST TEXAS FAMILYPLHARRIS 49 88 $54,053
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOC INC-LUBBOCK WOMENS HLUBBOCK 263 495 $52,324
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HALE COUNTY HALE 712 1,511 $191,806
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-HOCKLEY COU HOCKLEY 140 294 $31,218
SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION INC-SPUR FAMILY PDICKENS 2 4 $253
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH TERRY 69 151 $15,271
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-DAWSON COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 154 387 $34,501
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-GAINES COUNTY FIELD OFFICE 89 TERRY 120 255 $23,948
SOUTH PLAINS PUBLIC HEALTH-YOAKUM COUNTY FIELD OFFICE R1 TERRY 68 160 $13,765
SOUTH PLAINS RURAL HEALTH HOCKLEY 17 23 $3,937
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC NUECES 815 2,236 $193,475
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC BEEVILLE BEE 636 1,695 $158,407
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC KINGSVILLKLEBERG 576 1,610 $134,494
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROBSTOWNUECES 199 501 $43,747
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC ROCKPOR ARANSAS 305 801 $64,176
SOUTH TEXAS FAMILY PLANNING-FAMILY PLANNING CLNINC SINTON SAN PATRICIO 379 1,009 $82,538
SOUTH TEXAS MEDICAL CLINICS WHARTON 200 436 $30,131
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY GROUP PA-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY GROBEXAR 1 1 $127
SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOGY IMAGING CENTERS-SOUTH TEXAS RADIOLOBEXAR 15 15 $2,189
SOUTH TEXAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER-SOUTH TEXAS REGIONAL ATASCOSA 2 2 $1,073
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-DILLY CLINIC FRIO 6 6 $262
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-HONDO CLINIC MEDINA 11 17 $1,000
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH MEDINA 3 5 $862
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HEALTH SVC LASALLE 139 236 $40,143
SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHSRVC I-SOUTH TEXAS RURAL HLTHCLINIC DIMMIT 6 8 $1,351
SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN AND CHILDRENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH THIDALGO 33 53 $5,289
SOUTH TEXAS WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA-SOUTH TEXAS WOMEN'SANDERSON 6 8 $1,048
SOUTHEAST OB GYN ASSOCIATES BEXAR 22 29 $2,093
SOUTHEAST TEXAS MEDICAL ASSO JEFFERSON 1 1 $547
SOUTHSIDE NIGHT CLINIC HIDALGO 1 1 $81
SOUTHSIDE WOMENS CENTER PA NUECES 48 83 $7,328
SOUTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE OUT OF STATE 1 5 $313
SOUTHWEST GENERAL HOSPITAL BEXAR 4 4 $2,208
SOUTHWEST OB/GYN ASSOCIATES EL PASO 1 1 $48
SOUTHWEST RADIOLOGY ASSOCIAT HARRIS 1 1 $8
SOUTHWEST X RAY LLC-SOUTHWEST X-RAY LLC EL PASO 1 1 $58
SOUTHWESTERN ULTRASOUND CONS EL PASO 1 2 $181
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SPECIALTY LABORATORIES INC OUT OF STATE 4 4 $184
SPECK, GEORGE W CAMERON 4 4 $248
SPECK, LENA T CAMERON 9 11 $679
SPMG SIGNATURE PAMPA MEDICAL GROUP- GRAY 1 2 $41
SPOHN BEE COUNTY HOSPITAL BEE 1 1 $537
SPRING BRANCH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER HARRIS 2 3 $426
ST DAVID'S HEALTHCARE PARTNERSHIP LP, LLP-NORTH AUSTIN MEDICTRAVIS 2 2 $626
ST DAVIDS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL TRAVIS 1 1 $569
ST JOSEPH PHYSICIAN ASSOCIATES BRAZOS 33 44 $2,402
ST JULIEN, BEVERLY A JEFFERSON 1 1 $68
ST MARKS MEDICAL CENTER FAYETTE 1 1 $6
STAMFORD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL JONES 2 2 $113
STAR ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 23 23 $4,112
STEPHANIE D SMITH SHAM MD PLLC- HARRIS 1 2 $123
STEPHEN F AUSTIN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC BRAZORIA 41 45 $11,026
STEPHEN P SAKOVICH MD PA DALLAS 2 3 $781
STEPHENVILLE M AND S CLINIC ERATH 43 62 $2,375
STILLPOINT MEDICAL GROUP PA SABINE 1 1 $53
STOCKTON, DANIELLA MONTGOMERY 3 4 $631
STONE OAK WOMENS CENTER PA BEXAR 1 1 $52
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR CAMERON 20 20 $10,157
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR WOMENS HEALTH CENTER CAMERON 305 562 $105,010
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-CORPORATION- WILLACY 1 1 $187
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-RAYMONDVILLE WILLACY 61 106 $19,942
SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-SCC-SU CLINICA FAMILIAR-BROWNSVILLE CAMERON 63 81 $15,546
SUGAR LAND SURGERY CENTER LTD-SUGAR LAND SURGERY CENTERFORT BEND 1 1 $556
SULPHER SPRINGS MEDICAL-SURGICAL CLINIC, P.A. HOPKINS 47 88 $3,981
SUN CITY MEDICAL PRACTICE PA EL PASO 3 3 $143
SUN WEST OB-GYN ASSOCIA EL PASO 1 1 $41
SUNNY ANESTHESIA, LLP- JEFFERSON 1 1 $190
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER NOLAN CO HEALTH NOLAN 157 386 $35,149
SWEETWATER-NOLAN CO HEALTH-SWEETWATER-NOLAN COUNTY HEASCURRY 105 226 $20,997
TALATI, SHRADDHA K DALLAS 4 5 $301
TAMIKA PERRY DO PA DALLAS 4 4 $284
TAMIM, MARWAN Y DALLAS 21 27 $2,176
TARKENTON, TIM R PALO PINTO 23 43 $2,691
TARRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH TARRANT 105 109 $5,939
TARRANT COUNTY SURGERY CENTER- TARRANT 1 1 $553
TARRANT FAMILY PRACTICE PA-NORTHWEST FAMILY PRACTICE TARRANT 5 6 $266
TARRANT WOMENS HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP HOOD 1 2 $58
TAYLOR, ROOSEVELT DALLAS 5 5 $213
TAYLOR, THANH H HARRIS 1 1 $34
TCID-DHS-WOMEN'S HEALTH LAB BEXAR 2,624 4,287 $65,709
TEJAS ANESTHESIA PA BEXAR 3 3 $570
TEJAS HEALTH CARE- FAYETTE 105 166 $11,612
TENET HOSPITALS LIMITED-SIERRA PROVIDENCE EAST MEDICAL CENTEL PASO 7 7 $3,265
TENISON, SHERRY G DALLAS 45 58 $4,791
TERRELL WOMENS HEALTH CENTER KAUFMAN 34 50 $4,248
TERRY ROBERT GROFF MD PA NUECES 11 16 $932
TEXARKANA SURGERY CENTER LP BOWIE 8 8 $4,387
TEXARKANA-BOWIE CO FAMILY-TEXARKANA-BOWIE COUNTY FAMIL BOWIE 655 1,626 $136,709
TEXAS ANESTHESIA SPECIALISTS PA- EL PASO 4 8 $1,601
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TEXAS AVENUE MEDICAL CLINIC BRAZOS 1 2 $99
TEXAS CHILDRENS PHYSICIAN GROUP- HARRIS 11 12 $1,104
TEXAS HEALTH ARLINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- TARRANT 1 1 $582
TEXAS HEALTH CARE PLLC-TEXAS HEALTH CARE P.L.L.C. TARRANT 15 23 $2,006
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL CLEBURNE- JOHNSON 1 1 $582
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL SOUTHWEST F- TARRANT 1 1 $553
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL STEPHENVILL- ERATH 3 3 $1,610
TEXAS HEALTH PHYSICIANS GROUP- KAUFMAN 1 1 $46
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL DENTON-TEXAS HEALTH PRDENTON 5 5 $2,887
TEXAS MEDICAL & SURGICAL DALLAS 1 1 $56
TEXAS PANHANDLE FAMILY PLANNING AND HEALTH CENTERS POTTER 2,817 6,172 $600,153
TEXAS PANHANDLE MHMR-TEXAS PANHANDLE MENTAL HLTH POTTER 1 2 $113
TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSPITAL LTD-TEXAS SPINE AND JOINT HOSPSMITH 2 2 $1,103
TEXAS TECH HS CTR FAMILY MED EL PASO 7 8 $328
TEXAS TECH HS CTR OB/GYN EL PASO 101 157 $22,740
TEXAS TECH HSC ANESTHESIOLOGY EL PASO 1 1 $213
TEXAS TECH HSC-TEXAS TECH HEALTH SCIENCES LUBBOCK 158 275 $14,439
TEXAS TECH HSCTR ANESTHESIA LUBBOCK 10 10 $2,126
TEXAS TECH UHSC FAMILY MEDICINE POTTER 7 13 $763
TEXAS TECH UHSC OB/GYN POTTER 36 40 $6,870
TEXAS TECH UHSC PRR LAB POTTER 15 16 $1,404
TEXAS TECH UNIV HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER OBGYN-TTHSC OB/GYNECTOR 132 216 $26,087
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH LUBBOCK 33 52 $4,594
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT LU-TTUHSC OLUBBOCK 104 181 $22,898
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER SCHOO LUBBOCK 12 12 $2,200
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR LUBBOCK 4 4 $789
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CTR AMARILLO-TEXAS TEPOTTER 79 124 $14,834
THE CENTER FOR AMBULATORY SURGERY-THE CENTRE FOR AMBULAGRAYSON 3 3 $1,690
THE MEDICAL CLINIC OF NORTH TEXAS PA COLLIN 6 7 $926
THE METHODIST HOSPITAL HARRIS 1 1 $585
THE OB/GYN GROUP OF AUSTIN PA TRAVIS 1 1 $48
THE PATIENTS ANESTHESIA GROUP PA- GALVESTON 11 11 $2,103
THE SPECIALISTS FOR WOMEN OF TEXARKANA PLLC- BOWIE 1 1 $109
THE SURGERY CENTER OF TEMPLE LLC-THE SURGERY CENTER OF TEBELL 1 1 $564
THE TEXAS A AND M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM HEALTH SCIENCE BRAZOS 18 25 $1,912
THE WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC INC- HARRIS 9 10 $738
THEARD FRANZ MD PA EL PASO 28 46 $2,800
THN PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATION INC EL PASO 9 12 $844
THOMAS A HALLING DO PA WALKER 1 1 $166
THOMAS, FLAVIA L HARRIS 2 2 $101
THOMAS, GRIFFITH M LLANO 1 1 $81
THOMPSON OUTPATIENT CLINIC LLC CHAMBERS 1 1 $48
TIGUA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 5 6 $0
TIMBERLAND MEDICAL GROUP LIBERTY 41 52 $3,035
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS CO MEMORIAL HOSP DIST TITUS 658 1,347 $113,748
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP TITUS 16 16 $7,412
TITUS COUNTY MEM HOSP DIST-TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TITUS 3 3 $191
TJM MOLECULAR LABORATORY DENTON 2 2 $195
TJOA, WEILIE S HARRIS 3 3 $143
TMH PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION HARRIS 3 5 $213
TOLIA, KAMAL N ECTOR 1 1 $81
TOMBALL WOMENS HEALTHCARE HARRIS 1 1 $38
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TOTAL WOMAN HEALTH CARE PA-TOTOAL WOMAN HEALTHCARE PA HARRIS 46 63 $5,701
TOTAL WOMENS CARE PA- POTTER 3 4 $666
TRANVAN, QUE HARRIS 42 58 $12,688
TREVINO, JOSE A BEXAR 20 22 $1,357
TREVINO, LUCINA B BEXAR 7 9 $618
TRI-COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOCI-TRI COUNTY ANESTHESIA ASSOC HENDERSON 5 5 $906
TRI-COUNTY WOMENS HEALTHCARE PA- CHEROKEE 17 29 $2,314
TRICORE REFERENCE LABORATORIES OUT OF STATE 10 13 $670
TRINCARE INC- SMITH 6 11 $632
TRINITY CLINIC SMITH 19 26 $1,564
TRINITY CLINIC KILGORE GREGG 5 8 $336
TSAI, HWAI-JER HARRIS 9 10 $1,066
TX TECH UNIVERSITY HSC-TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HSC EL PASO 9 9 $321
TYLER OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY LLP SMITH 2 4 $1,306
UBESIE, KANAYO E HARRIS 61 126 $8,156
UHL-KING, DIANE E MONTGOMERY 20 24 $2,867
UHS OF MCALLEN INC-EDINBURG GENERAL HOSPITAL HIDALGO 2 2 $991
UMC PHYSICIAN NETWORK SERVICES-PHYSICIANS NETWORK SERVIC LUBBOCK 10 14 $655
UNITED CLINICS OF NORTH TEXAS-UNITED CLINICS OF NORTHTX MONTAGUE 4 8 $440
UNITED LIFECARE PA HARRIS 1 1 $81
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS MAVERICK 301 435 $89,182
UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS-UNITED MEDICAL CENTER #3 VAL VERDE 315 508 $102,462
UNITED NORTHEAST RADIOLOGY LLP-UNITED NORTHEAST RADIOLOGYHARRIS 3 3 $192
UNITED REGIONAL HEALTHCARE-UNITED REGIONAL HEALTH CARE WICHITA 4 4 $2,179
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER LUBBOCK 15 16 $6,926
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER-UMC RADIOLOGY LUBBOCK 3 4 $67
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT-UNIVERSTARRANT 74 121 $7,424
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH GALVESTON 31 32 $1,531
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH-UNIVERSITY OF TEX MED BRGALVESTON 11 11 $12,947
UPATHAM, SUVIJ HUNT 16 24 $3,204
UPTERGROVE, KEVIN L UVALDE 6 13 $2,101
US RADIOLOGY PARTNERS OF TEXAS INC ORANGE 1 1 $14
USMD HOSPITAL AT FORT WORTH LP TARRANT 2 2 $1,106
UT DEPT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE-UTHSCSA MSP MEDICINE BEXAR 28 35 $5,402
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER AT TYLER SMITH 10 15 $974
UT HEALTH CENTER TYLER-UT HEALTH CENTER-TYLER SMITH 5 8 $163
UT PHYSICIANS HARRIS 99 135 $10,798
UTMB FACULTY GROUP PRACTICE GALVESTON 26 43 $5,859
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM GALVESTON 1,310 2,320 $201,773
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-PEARLANDBRAZORIA 370 465 $35,608
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REGFORT BEND 346 633 $49,725
UTMB REGIONAL MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM-UTMB REGJEFFERSON 3,760 6,839 $612,212
UTSW MSP ANESTHESIOLOGY DALLAS 17 17 $4,112
UVALDE COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY-UVALDE COUNTY HOSPITAL AUVALDE 4 4 $197
UVALDE FAMILY PRACTICE ASSN UVALDE 4 4 $215
UZOAGA, ENYIBUAKU R HARRIS 3 3 $61
VAL VERDE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER VAL VERDE 5 5 $2,147
VALDEZ MEDICAL MD PA- HARRIS 2 2 $118
VALLEY ANESTHESIA CONSULTANTS AND PAIN MANAGEMENT-VALLEYHIDALGO 1 2 $346
VALLEY BAPTIST AMBULATORY CAMERON 18 18 $9,917
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER BROWNSVILLE-BROWNSVILLE MEDCAMERON 8 8 $4,408
VALLEY BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER-VALLEY BAPT AMBULATORY SURGCAMERON 2 2 $1,102
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
VALLEY WOMENS CARE PLLC HIDALGO 23 42 $2,779
VAN VAN NGUYEN MD PA HARRIS 16 30 $2,635
VANDEGIESSEN, KATHLEEN H HARRIS 61 122 $21,355
VAUGHN, MARK D LAMAR 1 1 $48
VELA, EFRAIM HIDALGO 12 21 $2,365
VENEGAS, ERIC J MIDLAND 16 18 $2,243
VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LLC-VHS SAN ANTONIO PARTNERS LP BEXAR 3 3 $1,656
VICTORIA WOMENS CLINIC ASSOC VICTORIA 164 245 $42,519
VIDA Y SALUD HEALTH SYSTEMS ZAVALA 8 8 $1,349
VILLARREAL, VICTOR R HIDALGO 2 2 $48
VINSON, FREDERICK L WILSON 3 4 $226
VU-TRAN, MYLINH T TARRANT 1 2 $554
WACO CENTER FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH PA-WACO CENTER FOR WOME MCLENNAN 28 40 $4,597
WALKER, DAVID G HARRIS 9 9 $592
WALLNER, RICHARD L DALLAS 2 2 $135
WALSS, RODOLFO J CAMERON 58 184 $21,516
WALTON, CYNTHIA A POTTER 17 22 $1,160
WANG, BRUCE S TARRANT 16 17 $4,431
WANG, FAN HARRIS 8 10 $735
WARD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WARD 2 2 $176
WARDE MEDICAL LABORATORY # 1 1 $27
WASHINGTON, JEROME T BEXAR 2 2 $7
WATKINS, MYRON H DALLAS 5 9 $965
WATSON, THOMAS R BOWIE 2 2 $358
WAXAHACHIE WOMENS HEALTH PA ELLIS 1 1 $152
WEATHERFORD OB/GYN ASSOCIATES PA PARKER 9 14 $1,295
WELCOME FAMILY MEDICINE, PA HARRIS 1 1 $81
WELL HEALTH MEDICAL CLINIC PA- HARRIS 5 5 $324
WEST HOUSTON RADIOLOGY ASSOC HARRIS 1 1 $7
WEST TEXAS OBSTETRICAL ANEST EL PASO 1 1 $157
WESTLAKE ANESTHESIA GROUP PA WILLIAMSON 1 1 $137
WESTLAKE ANESTHESIA GROUP PA- WILLIAMSON 1 1 $149
WHITE, RICHARD M TARRANT 1 1 $23
WHITE, ROBERT E DALLAS 4 11 $689
WHITTIER, FAITH M HARRIS 1 1 $600
WILLIAM CLARK MEDICAL GROUP PA- HARRIS 8 9 $362
WILLIAMS, FRED A LAMAR 3 3 $211
WILLIAMS, SUE A RUSK 9 11 $519
WILLOW WELLNESS CENTER PA SMITH 7 10 $704
WILSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER WILSON 45 56 $8,642
WILTZ, ARMAND GAINES 4 4 $212
WINKLER COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSP WINKLER 2 2 $88
WISE CLINICAL CARE ASSOCIATES- WISE 2 2 $87
WISE COUNTY MEDICAL & SURGIC WISE 3 5 $116
WOHLFAHRT, DOUGLAS W HARRIS 28 50 $1,096
WOMANS TOTAL HEALTHCARE PA BRAZORIA 17 31 $2,327
WOMEN OF THE WOODLANDS OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY P.A-WOM HARRIS 17 22 $2,435
WOMEN PARTNERS IN HEALTH PA TRAVIS 11 13 $997
WOMEN'S HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP TARRANT 15 18 $1,900
WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE AFFILIATES PA HARRIS 57 68 $6,593
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WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAM SUMMARY OF CLIENTS, CLAIMS, & COST BY PROVIDER FOR SFY2010
SFY2010
WOMENS CLINIC OF DIMMIT AND ZAVALA COUNTIES PA-WOMENS CLINDIMMIT 27 37 $3,480
WOMENS HEALTH CARE-WOMENS HEALTH CARE CENTER OF HOUSTOHARRIS 22 30 $3,551
WOMENS HEALTH CENTER PA HARRIS 10 11 $766
WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC HIDALGO 11 17 $1,374
WOMENS HEALTH CONNECTIONS- SMITH 11 11 $710
WOMENS HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATES POTTER 1 1 $34
WOMENS SPECIALISTS OF BAYSHORE PLLC- HARRIS 11 13 $1,536
WOMENS SPECIALITY CENTER-WOMENS SPECIALTY CENTER DALLAS 28 36 $3,783
WOODLAND HEIGHTS MEDICAL CENTER-WOODLAND HEIGHTS MED CTANGELINA 1 1 $537
WOODLANDS OB GYN SPECIALIST HARRIS 3 3 $123
XISONG HUANG MEDICAL GROUP- JEFFERSON 3 3 $601
YOAKUM COUNTY HOSPITAL YOAKUM 1 1 $510
YOUENS DUCHICELA & ASSOCIATES, PA COLORADO 10 13 $699
YOUNG, GEORGE J HOCKLEY 2 2 $640
YOUNG, JEROME C MONTGOMERY 1 1 $48
YOUR MEDICAL HOME PA DALLAS 1 3 $147
YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER DALLAS 1 3 $50
YSLETA HEALTH CENTER EL PASO 5 6 $0
ZAMUDIO, JOSE M EL PASO 17 35 $2,406
ZAPATA, HUGO HIDALGO 63 67 $4,731
ZIMMERMAN, GEOFFREY A HARRIS 4 6 $817
ZOE LIFE WELLNESS CENTER PA FORT BEND 2 2 $95
SUBTOTAL FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROVIDERS 51,953 111,641 $12,915,989
SUBTOTAL FOR ALL OTHER PROVIDERS
83,003 176,653 $15,254,810
TOTAL 105,998 288,294 $28,170,799
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
AUSTIN DIVISION

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN FAMILY
PLANNING, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
ASSOCIATION OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS,
INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION
OF LUBBOCK, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF CAMERON AND WILLACY COUNTIES,
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN
ANTONIO, PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF
CENTRAL TEXAS, PLANNED PARENTHOOD
GULF COAST, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF NORTH TEXAS, INC., and PLANNED
PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC.

Plaintiffs,

v.

THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner,
Texas Health and Human Services Commission, in
his official capacity,

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CIVIL ACTION

Case No. 1:12-CV-00322-
LY


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DEFENDANT’S RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR
PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
AND MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT THEREOF
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“Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech.” U.S.
CONST. amend I.
“Nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without
due process of law.” U.S. CONST. amend. XIV.
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From these two constitutional provisions Planned Parenthood draws the
remarkable conclusion that Texas will violate the Constitution by providing
taxpayer subsidies to health centers that offer family planning and preventative
health-care services to low-income women—solely because Texas law withholds
these taxpayer subsidies from Planned Parenthood–affiliated entities that offer
these services.
Yet Texas has not deprived Planned Parenthood of its liberty or property.
Nor has it attempted to impose criminal or civil liability on Planned Parenthood for
its advocacy of elective abortion or any other First Amendment activities. It has
simply refused to forcibly transfer money from the taxpayers of Texas into the
coffers of Planned Parenthood. That is not a constitutional violation, and it does not
become a constitutional violation when Texas decides to spend taxpayer money to
expand access to preventative health care and subsidize methods of family planning
that do not involve elective abortions. The State is permitted to establish conditions
on the receipt of government subsidies—including conditions that require recipients
to forgo constitutionally protected conduct—so long as those conditions are related
to the benefits for which the funds are expended. See, e.g., South Dakota v. Dole,
483 U.S. 203 (1987); Nat’l Endowment for the Arts v. Finley, 524 U.S. 569, 587-88
(1998); Dolan v. City of Tigard, 512 U.S. 374, 386 (1994); Nollan v. Cal. Coastal
Comm'n, 483 U.S 825, 839 (1987). The restrictions in TEX. HUM. RES. CODE §
32.0248(h) and 1 TEX. ADMIN. CODE §§ 354.1361-64 are undoubtedly germane to the
purposes of the Texas Women’s Health Program, which are to increase access to
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preventative health care and family-planning services without promoting elective
abortion. Allowing Planned Parenthood or any other abortion-promoting entity to
receive taxpayer subsidies under the WHP would defeat the benefits provided by
the program, as it would cause WHP to promote elective abortions by freeing up
resources for Planned Parenthood and its affiliates to use for their abortion-related
advocacy and activities.
Planned Parenthood does not go so far as to claim that the State may never
condition taxpayer subsidies on a decision to forgo constitutionally protected
conduct. That proposition is impossible to reconcile with the Supreme Court’s
jurisprudence, which frequently upholds state and federal laws that withhold
government benefits from persons or entities for engaging in constitutionally
protected activities. See, e.g., Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, 130 S. Ct. 2971
(2010); Locke v. Davey, 540 U.S. 712 (2004). Instead, Planned Parenthood argues
that the government “may not disqualify an otherwise eligible recipient of public
funds based on its constitutionally protected conduct outside of the government
program.” PI Motion at 10. This contention flies in the face of numerous Supreme
Court rulings, including United Public Workers v. Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75 (1973)
(upholding the Hatch Act even though it restricts the First Amendment activities of
government employees “outside of” the federal workplace); U.S. Civil Service
Commission v. National Ass’n of Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. 548 (1973) (same); and
South Dakota v. Dole, 483 U.S. 203 (1987) (upholding that congressional decision to
withhold federal highway funds from States that failed to raise their drinking age
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to 21, even though the decision to set a drinking age falls “outside of” the federal
highway program).
Planned Parenthood’s factual premise is also mistaken; much of its
disqualifying activity takes place (or would take place) inside rather outside the
Women’s Health Program. The Planned Parenthood entities in this case will
remain affiliated with abortion-performing entities, and will use the “Planned
Parenthood” registered service mark, while they are providing services and
collecting reimbursement under the Women’s Health Program.
I. Planned Parenthood Misstates the Standard for a Preliminary
Injunction.
A preliminary injunction is “an extraordinary remedy that may only be
awarded upon a clear showing that the plaintiff is entitled to such relief.” Winter v.
Natural Res. Def. Council, Inc., 555 U.S. 7, 22 (2008) (emphasis added); see also
Mazurek v. Armstrong, 520 U.S. 968, 972 (1997) (per curiam) (an injunction is “an
extraordinary and drastic remedy, one that should not be granted unless the
movant, by a clear showing, carries the burden of persuasion”) (citation omitted); Ex
Parte Young, 209 U.S. 123, 166 (1908) (“[N]o injunction ought to be granted unless
in a case reasonably free from doubt.”) (emphasis added).
Planned Parenthood ignores these Supreme Court pronouncements and
instead invokes a laxer standard from Casarez v. Verde County, 957 F. Supp. 847,
858 (W.D. Tex. 1997) (“A preliminary injunction may issue if plaintiff has raised
questions going to the merits so serious and substantial as to make them fair
ground for litigation.”) But Casarez predates both Winter and Mazurek, and its
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approach to preliminary injunctions cannot possibly survive those binding Supreme
Court rulings. A plaintiff who seeks a preliminary injunction must demonstrate
much more than “serious and substantial” “questions” that are “fair ground for
litigation.” It is not enough even to show a likelihood of success on the merits by a
preponderance of the evidence. Instead, the plaintiff must make a “a clear showing”
of a likelihood of success of the merits, one that is “reasonably free from doubt,”
before this “extraordinary and drastic remedy” can be entertained. See Winter, 555
U.S. at 22-23; Mazurek, 520 U.S. at 972; Young, 209 U.S. at 166. The Supreme
Court’s caution regarding preliminary injunctions is rooted partly in constitutional
concerns that arise whenever a single federal judge enjoins the implementation of a
State’s democratically enacted laws, especially before a definitive finding that the
state law contravenes a provision of “supreme” federal law. See generally David P.
Currie, The Three-Judge District Court in Constitutional Litigation, 32 U. CHI. L.
REV. 1 (1964); see also U.S. CONST. art. VI (listing the Constitution, federal statutes,
and treaties as the only sources of “supreme” law capable of preempting state laws);
U.S. CONST. art. IV (requiring that the federal government “guarantee to every
State in this Union a Republican Form of Government”); U.S. CONST. amend. X
(reserving to the States all powers “not delegated to the United States by the
Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States”).
It is understandable that Planned Parenthood would tout the preliminary-
injunction standard from Casarez rather than Winter and Mazurek. The doctrine of
“unconstitutional conditions” is a murky and vexing area of constitutional law.
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Almost any plaintiff who presents an “unconstitutional conditions” claim can raise
“questions” that are “serious and substantial” and “fair ground for litigation.”
Casarez, 957 F. Supp. at 858; see also Motion for PI at 9 (asserting that the
plaintiffs “easily meet this test” from Casarez). But Winter and Mazurek require
that any uncertainty surrounding the application of this doctrine redound to the
benefit of the State, not the plaintiffs, during the preliminary-injunction stage. The
burden is on Planned Parenthood to make a “clear showing” (not a possible or even
probable showing), and one that is “reasonably free from doubt,” that it is likely to
prevail on the merits and that the balance of harms supports the issuance of a
preliminary injunction. See Winter, 555 U.S. at 22-23; Mazurek, 520 U.S. at 972;
Young, 209 U.S. at 166. For the reasons we explain in Parts II-V, the contentions in
Planned Parenthood’s motion for preliminary injunction do not come close to
authorizing the “extraordinary and drastic remedy” of a preliminary injunction.
II. Planned Parenthood’s State-Law Claims Must Be Dismissed
Immediately Under Pennhurst.

Planned Parenthood complains that the HHSC’s administrative rule is
“inconsistent with” state statutes, and asks this Court to enjoin the implementation
of this rule on the ground that it violates state law. See PI Motion at 14-16. But it
has been firmly established for decades that “a federal suit against state officials on
the basis of state law contravenes the Eleventh Amendment.” Pennhurst State Sch.
& Hosp. v. Halderman, 465 U.S. 89, 117 (1984). This “constitutional bar” limits the
federal courts’ subject-matter jurisdiction over these claims, even when the claims
are brought under the federal courts’ supplemental jurisdiction. See id. at 99 n.8
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(“The limitation deprives federal courts of any jurisdiction to entertain such claims,
and thus may be raised at any point in a proceeding.”); id. at 120 (“This
constitutional bar applies to pendent claims as well.”). Planned Parenthood’s state-
law claims must therefore be dismissed immediately for lack of subject-matter
jurisdiction, and they cannot be considered in deciding whether to issue a
preliminary injunction. See Bethune Plaza, 863 F.2d 525, 530 (7th Cir. 1988) (“The
time devoted to the pursuit of this chimera [a Pennhurst-barred claim] is not
compensable.”).
III. Planned Parenthood Has Failed to Make a “Clear Showing,” That Is
“Reasonably Free From Doubt,” That It Is Likely to Prevail on the
Merits of Its Federal Constitutional Claims.

Planned Parenthood retains the same freedom to advocate for legalized
abortion and to affiliate with abortion-performing entities that it enjoyed before the
Women’s Health Program was created in 2005. The fundamental challenge for
Planned Parenthood is to explain how Texas is violating its constitutional rights by
providing tax subsidies to other health-care centers that offer preventative health
care and family-planning services to low-income women, while withholding those
subsidies from Planned Parenthood. At first glance, Planned Parenthood’s
grievance seems no different from that of an artist who has been denied a subsidy
from the National Endowment for the Arts on account of his constitutionally
protected right to produce offensive or substandard art, or parents who have been
denied taxpayer subsidies for elementary and secondary education on account of
their constitutionally protected decision to send their children to private schools.
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See, e.g., Nat’l Endowment for the Arts v. Finley, 524 U.S. 569, 587-88 (1998);
Michael W. McConnell, The Selective Funding Problem: Abortions and Religious
Schools, 104 HARV. L. REV. 989 (1991).
Planned Parenthood acknowledges that it has no constitutional right to
receive taxpayer funding for its abortion advocacy, advertising, or services. See PI
Motion at 10 (“Texas need not fund abortion advocacy, advertising, or services.”).
And Planned Parenthood does not attempt to claim that the Constitution forbids
States to exclude individuals from government programs or taxpayer subsidies on
account of their First Amendment activities; that proposition could not be reconciled
with Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, 130 S. Ct. 2971 (2010); Locke v. Davey, 540
U.S. 712 (2004); and a host of other cases upholding state and federal laws and
policies against “unconstitutional conditions” challenges.
Instead, Planned Parenthood tries to thread the needle with an undeveloped
assertion that governments may not withhold taxpayer subsidies on account of the
recipient’s “constitutionally protected conduct outside of the government program.”
PI Motion at 10 (emphasis added). Under Planned Parenthood’s theory of
unconstitutional conditions, governments may withhold taxpayer subsidies on
account of what the recipient plans to do with the money. But (according to
Planned Parenthood), governments may never withhold a taxpayer subsidy because
the would-be recipient engages in constitutionally protected conduct on the side.
There are three major problems with Planned Parenthood’s “outside the
program” theory of “unconstitutional conditions.” First, several precedents of the
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Supreme Court directly contradict this approach by permitting governments to
withhold taxpayer subsidies on account of constitutionally protected conduct that
occurs outside the scope of the federally funded program. See, e.g., United Public
Workers v. Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75 (1973); U.S. Civil Service Commission v. National
Ass'n of Letter Carriers, 413 U.S. 548 (1973); Garcetti v. Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410, 418
(2006); and South Dakota v. Dole, 483 U.S. 203 (1987). Planned Parenthood does
not even cite these decisions, let alone attempt to explain how a ruling in its favor
might be reconciled with these binding pronouncements of the Supreme Court.
Mitchell rejected a First Amendment challenge to the Hatch Act, which
prohibited federal executive-branch employees from actively participating in
political management or in political campaigns, even on the employees’ free time,
away from work. United Public Workers v. Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75, 78-79, 95 (1947).
Contradicting Plaintiffs’ “outside the program” argument in this case, the Mitchell
Court had no trouble finding the restriction—which extended to conduct outside the
scope and hours of government employment—to be a constitutional means for
Congress to ensure efficient public service and to avoid distortions in the political
process. Id. at 99, 103.
Plaintiffs’ argument also cannot withstand United States Civil Service
Commission v. National Association of Letter Carriers, in which the Court
“unhesitatingly reaffirm[ed] the Mitchell holding” that the Hatch Act was
constitutional. 413 U.S. 548, 556 (1973). There, the Court held that “neither the
First Amendment nor any other provision of the Constitution invalidates a law”
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that prohibits partisan political conduct by federal employees, even when they are
off the clock. Id. The Court found significant the fact that the restriction was an
employment condition, since “it seems fundamental in the first place that employees
in the Executive Branch of the Government, or those working for any of its agencies,
should administer the law in accordance with the will of Congress, rather than in
accordance with their own or the will of a political party.” Id. at 564-65. Like the
Hatch Act, the WHP statute and regulations simply condition participation in the
Program on the avoidance of certain conduct in order to ensure that the State does
not directly or indirectly fund conduct that it opposes.
Plaintiffs’ argument is also shut down by South Dakota v. Dole, 483 U.S. 203
(1987), in which the Court upheld Congress’s authority to exercise its spending
power to condition federal funding for highway construction on the States’ raising
the drinking age to 21. The Court was not troubled that the drinking-age was set
outside the federally funded highway-construction program. Id. at 210-211.
Garcetti v. Ceballos also forecloses Plaintiffs’ argument that the Commission
cannot withhold subsidies on account of speech activity that occurs outside of a
taxpayer-funded “program.” Garcetti v. Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410, 418 (2006) (a public
employer may punish an employee for speech on matter of public concern so long as
employer has “an adequate justification for treating the employee differently from
any other member of the general public.”); Larry Alexander, Impossible, 72 DENV.
U. L. REV. 1007, 1009 (1995) (“[S]chool boards have a right to refuse to hire
exponents of pederasty as school teachers.”).
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Rather than deal with these binding pronouncements of the Supreme Court,
Planned Parenthood hangs it hat on decisions from other courts of appeals and
district courts, which do not represent law in this Circuit. See Prelim. Injunc. Mot.
at 11-12. One of these cases, Planned Parenthood of Mid-Missouri & Eastern
Kansas, Inc. v. Dempsey, 167 F.3d 458 (8th Cir. 1999), actually undermines Planned
Parenthood’s argument. In that case, the Eighth Circuit vacated an injunction and
held that Planned Parenthood must show that “any affiliate that provides abortion
services [is not] directly or indirectly subsidized by a . . . grantee. This will ensure
that State funds are not spent on an activity that Missouri has chosen not to
subsidize. No subsidy will exist if the affiliate that provides abortion services is
separately incorporated, has separate facilities, and maintains adequate financial
records to demonstrate that it receives no State family-planning funds.” Id. at 463.
Here, Planned Parenthood has offered nothing more than bald and conclusory
assertions to support its claim that “[t]here is no direct or indirect subsidization of
abortion care services” between grantees and abortion providers. Haskell Decl. ¶ 7;
cf. Bell Atl. Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007) (finding such conclusory
allegations insufficient to state a claim). The other cases cited in Planned
Parenthood’s motion (at 11-12 & n.4) never attempt to explain how their holdings
can be squared with Mitchell, National Ass’n of Letter Carriers, Garcetti, or Dole.
Planned Parenthood cannot refute our reliance on those binding pronouncements by
citing nonbinding cases from other courts that do not even mention them.
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Second, Rust v. Sullivan, 500 U.S. 173 (1991), never establishes, even in
dictum, that the Constitution categorically forbids governments to withhold
taxpayer subsidies on account of constitutionally protected conduct that occurs
outside the scope of the taxpayer-funded program. Although Rust turned aside the
“unconstitutional conditions” claim by holding that governments may implement
measures to ensure that taxpayer funds are spent for their designated purposes,
Rust never suggested that this is the only basis on which a court may reject an
unconstitutional-conditions claim; if it did, it would have overruled South Dakota v.
Dole, 483 U.S. 203; U.S. Civil Service Commission v. National Ass'n of Letter
Carriers, 413 U.S. 548; and United Public Workers v. Mitchell, 330 U.S. 75. Rust
establishes that a law designed to ensure that taxpayer funds are spent for their
designated purposes will always prevail over an unconstitutional-conditions
challenge. Planned Parenthood invites not only a logical error, but also a ruling
that contradicts at least four decisions of the Supreme Court, by its attempt to
characterize that sufficient condition as a necessary condition for the State to
prevail in this case.
Third, the factual premise Planned Parenthood’s “outside the program”
argument is false. The Planned Parenthood entities in this case have been excluded
from the Texas Women’s Health Program for four independent reasons: (1) They
“promote” elective abortions by advocating for legalized abortion on demand; (2)
They “affiliate” with entities that both “perform” elective abortions and “promote”
elective abortions by advertising for them. (3) They “affiliate” with abortion-
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performing and abortion-promoting entities by using the “Planned Parenthood”
registered service mark; and (4) They “affiliate” with Planned Parenthood
Federation of America (“PPFA”), an organization that “promotes” elective abortions.
See PI Motion at 6. Each of these represents a sufficient ground for exclusion from
the program.
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But the plaintiffs’ affiliation with abortion-performing and abortion-
promoting entities does not occur “outside” the Women’s Health Program; it is a
continuous activity that occurs both inside and outside the program. The plaintiffs
do not suddenly drop the Planned Parenthood moniker and logo, and suspend all of
their affiliations with abortion-performing entities, whenever a WHP patient walks
into the door, or whenever they collect reimbursement from the State’s taxpayers

1. The plaintiffs note in their brief that “advertising the availability of abortion services” is
protected by the Supreme Court’s ruling in Bigelow v. Virginia, 421 U.S. 809 (1975), see PI Motion at
12, but that is not relevant to this case because none of the plaintiffs allege that they engage in
abortion advertising, and none of them have been excluded from the WHP on the ground that they
engage in abortion advertising. They cannot assert the constitutional rights of affiliates who have
not been made parties to this case. See Kowalski v. Tesmar, 543 U.S. 125, 130-32 (2004): (holding
third-party standing is not allowed when there is no “hindrance” to the rightholder’s ability to
protect his own interests).
The plaintiffs make a similar error when they complain assert that the State is withholding
federal funds on account of their decision to “provide abortion services . . . through legally and
financially separate entities.” See PI Motion at 13. The plaintiffs in this case do not provide
abortion services; only their affiliates do. The plaintiffs have been excluded from the Women’s
Health Program because they affiliate with abortion-performing and abortion-promoting entities, not
because the plaintiffs themselves “provide abortion services” through the (supposedly) legally and
financially separate affiliates. The plaintiffs cannot have it both ways, by insisting that they do not
“provide abortion services” on account of the separate corporate forms when necessary to qualify for
state funds, and then discarding those corporate forms by insisting in this court that they do in fact
“provide abortion services” through these (supposedly) legally and financially separate affiliates.
In all events, the plaintiffs are flatly wrong to assert that they have a constitutional right to
perform or provide abortions. See PI Motion at 13. The Supreme Court of the United States has
never recognized such a right, which is precisely why Singleton v. Wulff 428 U.S. 106, 117 (1976),
allowed physicians to assert the constitutional rights of their patients when challenging regulations
and restrictions on abortion providers. There is no provision of constitutional text, nor is there any
decision of the Supreme Court or the Fifth Circuit, that establishes the constitutional right that the
plaintiffs describe, and courts do not have the power to create new constitutional rights absent a
pedigree in constitutional language or a binding pronouncement from a higher judicial authority.
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for services provided to these patients. The initial decision to affiliate may occur
“outside the program,” but the act of affiliating remains continuous—and it is this
act for which the plaintiffs are excluded from the program.
The plaintiffs also fail to explain how their own promotion of elective abortion
occurs “wholly separately from the government-funded program.” The plaintiffs
suggest that at least some of them “engage[] in advocacy intended to protect and
facilitate access to safe and legal abortion for women who choose to exercise their
constitutional right to choose.” See PI Motion at 6. But they do not explain how
they separate their abortion-promoting activities from the Women’s Health
Program or the taxpayer subsidies that it provides. Money is fungible, and when
the State of Texas reimburses Planned Parenthood for the family-planning services
it provides to low-income women, it frees up other resources for Planned Parenthood
to use for its “advocacy” and promotion of elective abortion. Planned Parenthood
never explains how or whether it prevents the taxpayer money that it receives from
directly or indirectly subsidizing its “advocacy” and promotion of elective abortion.
The briefing and the affidavits in this case state only that the plaintiff entities avoid
subsidizing the abortion procedure, and that they do not “encourage women to have
abortions.” But “promotion” of elective abortion extends well beyond these two
activities, and the plaintiffs have not made any “clear showing” that they have
established sufficient separation between their abortion-promoting advocacy and
the taxpayer subsidies that they receive under the Women’s Health Program.
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Planned Parenthood’s silence on these matters compels this Court to deny the
preliminary injunctive relief under Mazurek.



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The plaintiffs never bother to explain how their acts of affiliation—or their
acts of abortion promotion—can been deemed to occur “wholly separately from the
government-funded program.” They offer nothing more than a bald assertion on
this point. See PI Motion at 13 (“This prohibition falls on the impermissible side of
the divide established in the unconstitutional conditions jurisprudence because it
operates as a complete bar on Plaintiffs’ participation in WHP unless they cease
their constitutionally protected activities conducted wholly separately from the
government-funded program.”). Ipse dixits do not qualify as the “clear showing”
that Mazurek requires for a preliminary injunction to issue.
IV. The Proper Test Is Whether The Decision to Withhold Taxpayer
Subsidies from Planned Parenthood Is Germane to the Purpose of
the Benefits Offered By The Women’s Health Program, and the
Conditions Imposed by the Texas Women’s Health Program Satisfy
This Test.

Planned Parenthood’s claim that a State violates the Constitution whenever
it withholds a taxpayer subsidy on account of constitutionally protected conduct
that occurs “outside the program” is irreconcilable with at least four decisions of the
Supreme Court, and in all events Planned Parenthood’s unconstitutional-conditions
claim fails even on its own terms. The proper test for resolving an unconstitutional-
conditions challenge is to ask whether the restriction is related to the benefit that
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the State seeks to confer. In South Dakota v. Dole, for example, the Court
concluded that a State’s decision to establish a drinking age below 21—even though
it occurred outside the scope of the federally funded highway program—was
sufficiently related to the goals of the federal project (safe and effective
transportation) to survive an unconstitutional conditions challenge. Had the
federal statute conditioned the receipt of federal highway funds on a State decision
to provide agricultural subsidies, then a different result would have obtained. See
Daryl J. Levinson, Framing Transactions in Constitutional Law, 111 YALE L. J.
1311 (2002).
Numerous decisions of the Supreme Court, along with lower federal courts
and scholarly commentators, have recognized that germaneness is the touchstone
for evaluating an unconstitutional-conditions claim. See, e.g., Dole, 483 U.S. at 208;
Dolan v. City of Tigard, 512 U.S. 374, 386 (1994) (“[T]he government may not
require a person to give up a constitutional right . . . in exchange for a discretionary
benefit conferred by the government where the property sought has little or no
relationship to the benefit.”); Nollan v. Cal. Coastal Comm’n, 483 U.S 825, 839
(1987) (requiring a “nexus” between the benefit and the right surrendered); Nat'l
Amusements, Inc. v. Town of Dedham, 43 F.3d 731, 747-48 (1st Cir. 1995) ("Not all
conditions are prohibited, however; if a condition is germane—that is, if the
condition is sufficiently related to the benefit—then it may validly be imposed. In
the final analysis, the legitimacy of a government proposal depends on the degree of
relatedness between the condition on a benefit and the reasons why government
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may withhold the benefit altogether.”); Palmer v. Valdez, 560 F.3d 965, 972 (9th Cir.
2009) (McKeown, J., concurring in part dissenting in part) ("To determine whether
the government has violated the unconstitutional conditions doctrine, the court
must look to whether the condition placed upon the receipt of a benefit furthers the
end advanced as the justification for the prohibition. In other words, the
government cannot impose a condition for a reason not germane to one that would
have justified denial of the benefit.”) (citations and quotation marks omitted); see
also Robert L. Hale, Unconstitutional Conditions and Constitutional Rights, 35
COLUM. L. REV. 321, 350-52 (1935); Kathleen M. Sullivan, Unconstitutional
Conditions, 102 HARV. L. REV. 1415, 1456-76 (1989); Renee Lettow Lerner,
Unconstitutional Conditions, Germaneness, and Institutional Review Boards, 101
NW. U. L. REV. 775 (2007). The conditions that Texas has imposed on participants
in the State’s Women’s Health Program easily satisfy the germaneness test.
Texas enacted the Women’s Health Program to expand access to preventative
health and family-planning services among low-income women who do not qualify
for Medicaid. One important aim of the program is to reduce elective abortions by
preventing unwanted pregnancies; WHP achieves this end by subsidizing birth-
control strategies that do not involve election abortion. This is a legitimate and
constitutionally permissible goal for States to pursue, so long as they do not impose
“undue burdens” on women who want an abortion. See Harris v. McRae, 448 U.S.
297 (1980) (holding that States are permitted to allocate tax subsidies in a manner
that prefers alternatives to abortion over abortion).
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The Texas legislature excluded Planned Parenthood from the program for
two reasons—both of which are germane to the benefits that WHP seeks to provide.
First, Planned Parenthood’s mission and philosophy is fundamentally inconsistent
with the goals and purposes of the Women’s Health Program. The Women’s Health
Program is designed to promote women’s health and reduce unwanted pregnancies
by encouraging family-planning methods and birth-control strategies that do not
involve abortion. The Women’s Health Program does not pay for abortions, and it
seeks to reduce abortions and unwanted births by encouraging women to avoid
unintended pregnancies before the fact, rather than aborting their fetuses after the
fact. Although Planned Parenthood shares some of program’s goals (such as
promoting women’s health and reducing unwanted pregnancies), it actively
promotes elective abortion as an appropriate and ethical means of birth control.
Planned Parenthood and its affiliates have every right to hold that belief and
advocate for elective abortion, but they are not entitled to receive taxpayer subsidies
from a government program that is designed to encourage methods of birth control
that do not involve the destruction of a human fetus.
It is no answer to say that the Planned Parenthood entities in this case have
“maintained legal and financial separation from any affiliated entity that provides
abortion services.” See Complaint ¶ 5. Suppose that an organization that advocates
eugenics wants to participate in the Women’s Health Program out of a desire to
slow the population growth of certain groups. It spins off a separate corporate
entity to provide family-planning services, but this entity affiliates with and retains
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a name similar to the original eugenic entity. Surely the Constitution permits
Texas to exclude this entity from participating in the Women’s Health Program—
even though the organization’s advocacy of eugenics (though abhorrent) is protected
by the First Amendment and performed “outside of the funded project.” PI Motion
at 10. Under Planned Parenthood’s argument, however, the Constitution would
forbid Texas to exclude this entity from the Women’s Health Program on account of
its eugenic affiliations. Indeed, Planned Parenthood’s argument would even
prevent Texas from excluding family planning entities that themselves advocate
eugenics, if those entities can demonstrate that their advocacy occurs “outside” of
the Women’s Health Program. But the Constitution does not require Texas to
admit all comers into the Women’s Health Program; the “germaneness” doctrine
permits the State to exclude organizations who seek to advance agendas contrary to
the values that Texas seeks to promote in this program.
Nor is sufficient to say that Planned Parenthood finances its abortion-related
activities and advocacy with funds that come from outside the State’s coffers.
Planned Parenthood does not provide any assurance that the tax subsidies it
receives from the Women’s Health Program have not been used directly or
indirectly to subsidize its advocacy of elective abortion. Nor is it possible for
Planned Parenthood to provide this assurance. Money is fungible, and taxpayer
subsidies—even if “earmarked” for nonabortion activities—free up other resources
for Planned Parenthood to spend on its mission to promote elective abortions. Cf.
Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project, 130 S. Ct. 2705, 2725-26 (2010) (because
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“[m]oney is fungible,” First Amendment does not prohibit application of federal
material-support statute to individuals who give money to “humanitarian” activities
performed by terrorist organizations). Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the
Women’s Health Program enables Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country
to redirect their fundraising efforts toward their abortion-related activities, now
that their non-abortion activity receives a generous subsidy from state taxpayers.
Id. (noting that “money is fungible” and that when organizations “that have a dual
structure raise funds, they highlight the civilian and humanitarian ends to which
such moneys could be put.”). And by empowering Planned Parenthood to expand its
provision of preventative health care and family-planning services throughout the
State, it enables Planned Parenthood to win the hearts and minds of the patients
that it serves and makes them more receptive to Planned Parenthood’s abortion-on-
demand ideology—even though the services are funded by the taxpayers of Texas
rather than the abortion-supporting donors of Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood was excluded from the Women’s Health Program for a
second reason: Planned Parenthood’s exclusion was necessary to persuade the
Texas House of Representatives, the Texas Senate, and the Governor to establish
the Women’s Health Program in 2005. Without the Planned Parenthood exclusion,
the Women’s Health Program would not exist. And if Planned Parenthood succeeds
in persuading this Court to put Texas to the all-or-nothing choice of operating a
women’s health program that provides taxpayer subsidies to Planned Parenthood or
having no program at all, state law requires HHSC to “ensure” that no taxpayer
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flows to abortion-performing entities, which means that the program will cease to
exist and cannot be revived. It is simply a fact of life that many Texans object to
Planned Parenthood’s mission, and they are not willing to support any government
program that causes Planned Parenthood to receive taxpayer subsidies—no matter
how much good that program may accomplish apart from Planned Parenthood.
There is nothing a federal court can do to change that political reality. The
exclusion of Planned Parenthood is therefore “germane” to benefits provided by the
Women’s Health Program, because without that restriction there would be
insufficient political support for the program to exist.
Finally, even if Planned Parenthood were correct to assert that its exclusion
from the Women’s Health Program implicates the First and Fourteenth
Amendments, free speech rights must give way when they conflict with compelling
state interests. The State has a “compelling” interest in protecting and promoting
respect for fetal life after viability, and “compelling” state interests are sufficient to
trump assertions of constitutional rights under the First Amendment. Fed. Elec.
Comm’n v. Mass. Citizens for Life, Inc., 479 U.S. 238, 256 (1986). The State also has
“important” and “substantial” interests in protecting fetal life prior to viability. See
Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124 (2007). And Planned Parenthood’s exclusion
from the Women’s Health Program advances other State interests, such as ensuring
the continued existence of the Women’s Health Program, broadening political
support for taxpayer-funded family-planning services, and protecting the interests
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of taxpayers who do not want their money redistributed to organizations and
entities that perform and promote elective abortions.
Yet Planned Parenthood never even discusses the level of scrutiny that
should apply to its First Amendment claims, nor does it give any consideration to
the relevant State interests, some of which the Supreme Court has explicitly
recognized as “compelling,” “substantial,” and “important.” Even if this Court were
to apply strict scrutiny to Planned Parenthood’s claims, the State’s “compelling”
interest in post-viability fetal life is sufficient to sustain the Women Health
Program’s restrictions on Planned Parenthood. As far as we are aware, Planned
Parenthood’s advocacy of elective abortions refuses to accept any limitation on a
woman’s prerogative to abort her fetus—whether pre-viability or post-viability. If
the State’s compelling interest in protecting post-viability fetal life warrants
criminalization of post-viability abortions, it surely allows the more modest step of
withholding federal funding from an organization that promotes the view that post-
viability fetuses should be treated as nonentities to be destroyed at the pregnant
woman’s whim.
V. Planned Parenthood Has Failed to Make a “Clear Showing,” That Is
“Reasonably Free From Doubt,” That The Balance of Harms Is In Its
Favor And That the Public Interest Will Be Served By a Preliminary
Injunction.

Because a preliminary injunction is an “extraordinary and drastic remedy,”
Planned Parenthood must also make “a clear showing” that is “reasonably free from
doubt” that the balance of harms is in its favor and that the public interest will be
served by a preliminary injunction. See Mazurek, 520 U.S. at 972.
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A. The Balance of Harms
Plaintiffs seek to enjoin a duly enacted state law. See TEX. HUM. RES. CODE §
32.0248(h); TEX. HUM. RES. CODE § 32.024(c-1). SB 7 passed with overwhelming
majorities, and enjoining democratically enacted legislation harms State’s officials
by keeping them from implementing the will of the people that they represent. See
New Motor Vehicle Bd. v. Orrin W. Fox Co., 434 U.S. 1345, 1351 (1977) (Rehnquist,
J., in chambers) (“[A]ny time a State is enjoined by a Court from effectuating
statutes enacted by representatives of its people, it suffers a form of irreparable
injury.”); Coal. for Econ. Equity v. Wilson, 122 F.3d 718, 719 (9th Cir. 1997) (“[I]t is
clear that a state suffers irreparable injury whenever an enactment of its people . . .
is enjoined.”).
On the other side of the balance, Planned Parenthood has not clearly shown
that enforcement of the law pending trial will cause it irreparable injury. Through
unsworn declarations, Planned Parenthood claims that it will be deprived of
hundreds of thousands in taxpayer funding, and suggests that it may be forced to
shut down clinics, though it “hope[s] it will not come to this.” See, e.g., Ex. L at 4;
Ex. K at 3. But Planned Parenthood has demonstrated that it does not need
taxpayer money to thrive. See Meghan McCarthy, Planned Parenthood Raises $3
Million in Wake of Komen Funding Controversy, NATIONAL JOURNAL (Feb. 3, 2012)
(“Planned Parenthood raised nearly $3 million from more than 10,000 donors over
three days, following an announcement by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Foundation that the womens’ health organization would no longer be eligible for
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grants.”). And a temporary loss of public funding is neither a substantial nor
irreparable injury. See People Who Care v. Rockford Bd. of Educ. Dist. No. 205, 921
F.2d 132, 135 (7th Cir. 1991) (“[Plaintiffs] prefer money now to money later, but the
difference is not an irreparable loss . . . .”) (Easterbrook, J.).
Planned Parenthood also warns that only an injunction from this Court can
prevent irreparable injury to the women of Texas, but the opposite is true. If
Planned Parenthood obtains the relief it seeks, it will cause the entire Womens’
Health Program to be shut down. See Ex. 1 (Suehs Affidavit). It is in the best
interest of Texas women that this Court deny the preliminary injunction and swiftly
dismiss the lawsuit.
B. The Public Interest
A preliminary injunction would countermand the statutory policy of the
Legislature, which “is in itself a declaration of the public interest which should be
persuasive.” Virginian Ry. Co. v. Sys. Fed’n No. 40, 300 U.S. 515, 552 (1937);
Illinois Bell Telephone Co. v. WorldCom Technologies, Inc., 157 F.3d 500, 503 (7th
Cir. 1998) (“When the opposing party is the representative of the political branches
of a government the court must consider that all judicial interference with a public
program has the cost of diminishing the scope of democratic governance.”).
Conclusion

The motion for preliminary injunction should be denied.
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Respectfully submitted.
GREG ABBOTT
Attorney General of Texas

DANIEL T. HODGE
First Assistant Attorney General

DAVID C. MATTAX
Deputy Attorney General for Defense Litigation



/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Solicitor General
State Bar No. 24075463

ANDREW S. OLDHAM
Deputy Solicitor General

ARTHUR C. D’ANDREA
Assistant Solicitor General

MICHAEL P. MURPHY
Assistant Solicitor General

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
P.O. Box 12548 (MC 059)
Austin, Texas 78711-2548
Tel. (512) 936-1695
Fax. (512) 474-2697

Counsel for Defendant



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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify a copy of this response and the proposed order was served to
Plaintiffs’ counsel via EFC on April 18, 2012.



/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Solicitor General
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
AUSTIN DIVISION

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF AUSTIN FAMILY
PLANNING, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
ASSOCIATION OF HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS,
INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION
OF LUBBOCK, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF CAMERON AND WILLACY COUNTIES,
FAMILY PLANNING ASSOCIATES OF SAN
ANTONIO, PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF
CENTRAL TEXAS, PLANNED PARENTHOOD
GULF COAST, INC., PLANNED PARENTHOOD
OF NORTH TEXAS, INC., and PLANNED
PARENTHOOD OF WEST TEXAS, INC.

Plaintiffs,

v.

THOMAS M. SUEHS, Executive Commissioner,
Texas Health and Human Services Commission, in
his official capacity,

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CIVIL ACTION

Case No. 1:12-CV-00322-LY



NOTICE OF APPEAL


Notice is hereby given that Defendant Thomas M. Suehs in the above-named
case appeals to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit from the
Order Granting Preliminary Injunction (Doc. 25), which was entered in this action
on April 30, 2012.
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Respectfully submitted.
GREG ABBOTT
Attorney General of Texas

DANIEL T. HODGE
First Assistant Attorney General

DAVID C. MATTAX
Deputy Attorney General for Defense Litigation



/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Solicitor General
State Bar No. 24075463

ANDREW S. OLDHAM
Deputy Solicitor General

ARTHUR C. D’ANDREA
Assistant Solicitor General

BETH KLUSMANN
Assistant Solicitor General

MICHAEL P. MURPHY
Assistant Solicitor General

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
P.O. Box 12548 (MC 059)
Austin, Texas 78711-2548
Tel. (512) 936-1695
Fax. (512) 474-2697

Counsel for Defendant



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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that on the 30th day of April, 2012, a copy of this notice of
appeal was served via the CM/ECF system to Plaintiffs’ counsel.



/s/ Jonathan F. Mitchell
JONATHAN F. MITCHELL
Counsel for Defendant


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