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Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

Kevin Campbell, an emergency charge nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was featured in an Oct. 30 Dallas Morning News article about studies suggesting changes in sleep patterns associated with work shifts can lead to health problems. Campbell, who has worked as an evening nurse in the hospital’s ER for 15 years, talked about how his work shift complements his internal rhythm. The article included photos of Campbell and Texas Health Dallas’ emergency nurse supervisor Hope Otto, R.N.

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Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas will host three Advances in Medicine lecture series Nov. 3 -7 as part of an ongoing initiative to inform local residents about the latest treatments for common health problems and raise awareness about current medical issues. Experts on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas will discuss neurological conditions, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, associated with aging (Nov. 3), surgical and medical advances in the treatment of lung cancer (Nov. 6), and treatment and techniques to overcome infertility and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Nov. 7). The article on also mentioned Drs. Mark Pool, a cardiovascular surgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas, Bijal Modi, an oncologist on the hospital’s medical staff, and Satin Patel, an OB/GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas.

Texas Health Stephenville in Empire-Tribune

The Stephenville Empire-Tribune reported that Texas Health Resources Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville was working with CareFlite to provide ground emergency ambulance transport from the hospital to Metroplex hospitals providing higher levels of care. Hospital President Chris Leu and CareFlite President/CEO Jim Swartz were quoted.

Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily

D Healthcare Daily coverage of a Health Industry Council luncheon panel discussion on post-acute care includes comments by Dr. Ken Adams, medical director of inpatient rehabilitation at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and a physical medicine physician on the hospital’s medical staff.



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