Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune|
Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune
The Stephenville Empire-Tribune reported that Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in stereotactic breast biopsy from the American College of Radiology. The article quoted Dr. Nanette Evans, radiologist on the hospital’s medical staff, and Suzanne Atwood Perez, director of radiology.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Dallas Business Journal
The “Executive People on the Move” column in the Dallas Business Journal noted that Dung Pham, R.T., M.H.A., has been named imaging services director for Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital. Before accepting his current position, Pham served as the interim imaging services director for several months and also served as the hospital’s radiology manager for five years.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KTVT-TV
Philippa Evans, a patient from Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth who suffered a stroke during Zumba class, was featured in a story on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11). Dr. Herschel Brown, emergency physician on the medical staff, was interviewed about strokes affecting younger people.
Texas Health Alliance in Dallas Business Journal
Kendra Slatton’s appointment as chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance was featured in the Dallas Business Journal.
Texas Health Burleson in Burleson Star
An article on taking precautions against the heat was published in the Burleson Star. Dr. Christina Tran, interim medical director of the emergency department at Texas Health Harris Methodist Outpatient Center Burleson, was quoted.
Texas Health Dallas on ScienceDaily.com
Research by Dr. Ben Levine, director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, a research collaboration between Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center, was featured on ScienceDaily.com. The scientific news site featured a story about an editorial in the Journal of Physiology that suggests lack-of-exercise should be treated as a medical condition. Levine’s research on how an exercise regimen can reduce the symptoms of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) was mentioned in the story on Science Daily and in the original journal editorial, authored by a Mayo Clinic researcher.
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