ANDREWS — State Representative Brooks Landgraf (R-Odessa) joined the Andrews County Hospital District board of directors on a conference call on Thursday to discuss the local and statewide response to the COVID-19 pandemic and answer questions from the board members.
“The Andrews County Hospital District board members have a lot on their shoulders these days,” Landgraf said. “But after what I’ve seen these last few months and from what I heard today, I have no doubt they will continue to rise to the challenge to meet the healthcare needs of the residents of Andrews.”
Landgraf, who represents Andrews County in the Texas House of Representatives, met with the board of directors to offer any assistance the hospital district may need from the state.
“I wanted to be sure the board members know I am here to help however I can as state representative,” Landgraf continued. “The lines of communication are always open, and that is more important now than ever. I’ll never stop fighting to be sure Andrews County receives the resources it needs from the state.”
Landgraf is attending this and other local government meetings across the Permian Basin to keep locals informed about actions to combat the coronavirus and prepare for the next session of the Texas Legislature, which convenes at the Texas Capitol in January 2021.