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F. Kennedy] came here. So we know every conspiracy theory that was ever pushed out about JFK. Someday, I'm going to write a book about conspiracy theories about people out to get Parkland. "Anderson took the helm at Parkland in 1982. He was an unlikely CEO given his background as an internal medicine specialist and his age, only 35. He had already won acclaim for streamlining Parkland's emergency care.
His management style was personal, almost folksy, and over the years he was able to maintain support from the hospital's board of managers, a citizens' panel appointed by Dallas County commissioners. Anderson grew into a state and national spokesman for improved public health. Having seen patients arrive at Parkland's ER after being turned away elsewhere, he championed passage of state and federal laws that require hospitals to screen and stabilize any patient seeking emergency care. "I would see patients transferred with knives still in their backs, women giving birth at the door of the hospital, simply because they were uninsured," he told Hospitals and Health Networks Daily earlier this year. Even as he fought for better treatment of the poor, Anderson battled chronic problems of overcrowding and understaffing at Parkland, Dallas County's only charity hospital. In 2006, patient safety issues caught the attention of federal regulators.