At the January 18, regular meeting the CCPHD#1 Board of Directors called the May 4, 2024, general election (Board of Director’s election). CCPHD#1 is currently awaiting information from AISD regarding the opportunity to conduct a joint election, to share the costs of conducting the election.

Date of Next Board of Directors Election:
Saturday, May 4, 2024

The date of the next election for Directors of the Chambers County Public Hospital District No. 1 is Saturday, May 4, 2024. Additional election information will be available on the Chambers Health Elections website.

Mailing Address of Political Subdivision:
P.O. Box 398
Anahuac, TX 77514

Phone Number:

Email Address:

Elected Officers of Political Subdivision, Year Elected Officer’s Term Expires

Leslie Turner, 2024
Geraldine Brown, 2024
Mike Emmons, 2024
Linda Tinnerman, 2026
Andy Legg, 2026

Internet Posting Requirements for Political Subdivisions PDF

Deadline to File Candidate Application:
Monday, January 17, 2024 – First Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot
Friday, February 16, 2024 – Last Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot

Notice of Deadline PDF

Application For Place on Ballot PDF

Operating under Chapter 286 of the Texas Health & Safety Code, Chambers County Public Hospital District No. 1 (“The District”) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. As such, the District is governed by a publicly elected Board of Directors. Elections are conducted every two years if any seats are contested. Directors are all elected “at large”, each serving four-year terms, with three Directors being elected one cycle, and two being elected the other.

Charged with providing for the healthcare and medical needs of the District and surrounding communities, and residents, among other responsibilities the District is statutorily obligated to provide healthcare services under the Texas Indigent Healthcare and Treatment Act to eligible residents. The District fulfills this duty through the operations of a Critical Access Hospital and Federally Qualified Health Center primary care clinics, all of which generate additional federal dollars (grants) to the benefit of the District. The District’s mission statement is “To identify and serve the healthcare needs of our communities, by providing the best care possible.”