Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press|
Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press mentioned four Texas Health Resources hospitals were listed in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of the nation’s Most Connected Hospitals. The recognized hospitals are Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano. The ranking was also mentioned on D Healthcare Daily.
Texas Health Resources’ 15th anniversary was featured on the Fort Worth Business Press website. The article quoted CEO Doug Hawthorne and included a photo of the system headquarters building with “15” spelled out in lights.
Texas Health Resources in Star-Telegram
An Aug. 4 Star-Telegram article on payment options for hospital medical bills said Texas Health Resources offered patients several ways to pay their bills, including a monthly payment plan. Megan Brooks, senior public relations specialist, was quoted.
Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily noted that Texas Health Resources has been recognized by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society for its use of technology to help prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infection.
Texas Health Allen in Allen American
The Allen American ran a story about Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen’s recent Quality Respiratory Recognition award from the American Association for Respiratory Care. The story quoted Diane Baltzell, RRT, director of respiratory care and neurodiagnostics.
Texas Health Plano in NeighborsGo
The NeighborsGo print edition for Plano, Murphy and Wylie featured an item about Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano earning the Magnet redesignation.
Texas Health Southlake on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily noted that Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake was named an Aetna Institute of Quality for Spine Surgery.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial on KRLD-AM
Dr. Neil Singhania, an allergist on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, was featured in a live interview on KRLD (1080 AM). The interview highlighted food allergies and some parents’ fears of the start of a new school year. Singhania offered tips to help parents keep their children healthy while at school.
Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine in Star-Telegram
An Aug. 4 article in the Star-Telegram about how high school football players can stay safe in the extreme heat quoted Dr. Damond Blueitt, sports medicine physician on the medical staff for the Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine program.
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