Central Health officials sought this week to quell concerns about the public agency’s deepening relationship with the Catholic Church-affiliated Seton Healthcare Family as the two put the final touches on agreements to deliver health care services to needy residents of Travis County.
Members of the public at Central Health’s board meeting Wednesday night raised questions about women’s health care services, given the Catholic Church’s restrictions on birth control and sterilization procedures. They also raised questions about transparency and the speed with which the deals are heading to approval.
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