Texas Health Resources in Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Morning News
A front-page story in Oct. 14 editions of The Dallas Morning News on area hospital construction projects included comments by Barclay Berdan, chief operating officer and senior executive vice president of Texas Health Resources. The article mentioned the recent opening of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance.
The Dallas Morning News analyzed patient safety records at large Texas hospitals (including seven Texas Health Resources hospitals) based on patient discharge data. Click here to read the article, here to see the rankings, and here to view responses in the newspaper online version from hospital leaders, including Dr. Mark Lester, clinical leader for Texas Health’s Southeast Zone.
The Dallas Morning News featured healthy eating programs for patients and staff members at area health care organizations, including Texas Health Resources. The article spotlighted Texas Health’s Eat Fit program and quoted Winjie Tang Miao, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance, and Steve O’Brien, Texas Health spokesman.
Texas Health Plano on NeighborsGo.com
NeighborsGo.com featured a story about Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s upcoming Mammo Mania event on Oct. 23. Dr. Patricia Krakos, a radiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Plano, was quoted.
Texas Health HEB on KTVT-TV
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford was recently featured on KTVT (Ch.11). The segment featured the Teddy Bear Clinic hosted by the Emergency Department for 115 kindergarten students from a local elementary school.
Texas Health Azle in Azle News
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle was recently featured in an article that ran in the Azle News. The article discussed the hospital being named a Top Performer by the Joint Commission for 2011.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial on KTVT-TV
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital was featured in a breast cancer story on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11). Dr. Scott Fleischauer, a medical oncologist on the hospital’s medical staff, was interviewed, along with a male breast cancer patient suffering from advanced stage four breast cancer. Fleischauer talked about the importance of men getting checked for breast cancer, along with women.
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