The Texas Cardinals health care organization, led by the Cardinal Medical Group, announced on Thursday that it would be shutting down two of its three primary health clinics and will focus on four other locations.

The announcement was made at a news conference in the team’s complex in Frisco, the third largest city in Texas.

The facility is located on the west side of the city and serves a total of about 9,200 patients.

The news comes after Cardinal Health Services announced in January that it had laid off more than 700 employees.

That decision was based on a reduction in revenue from a $500 million contract it signed with an insurance company.

The company said it plans to close the facilities at a later date.

The Cardinals have also announced plans to shut down its medical facilities in Frackville and in Brownsville.

The decision to shut one of the four clinics came after the team said last week it was looking to sell the franchise.

That deal would have made the Cardinals the only major league team in the country to sell its team and move its headquarters to St. Louis.

The deal was not signed and it was unclear what the future plans were for the other three clinics.

Cardinal Health has struggled with poor patient care in recent years, including a 2011 report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that found its hospitals were in poor financial condition.

The organization also had a recent scandal when it admitted that some of its doctors and nurses had lied about treating patients with HIV/AIDS.