Texas Health Dallas on dallasnews.com, in Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Dallas on dallasnews.com, in Dallas Morning News
dallasnews.com featured a photo of Dr. James Park, an interventional cardiologist and director of the heart and vascular center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, looking at a 3-D image of a patient's heart created by the hospital's new advanced CT scanner. The online article also highlighted a calendar item about Texas Health Dallas hosting Dallas Survivors of Suicide Day Conference on Saturday, Nov. 17, in Fogelson Auditorium in light of International Survivors of Suicide Day.
Dr. Mitch Carroll, medical director of the senior medical center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and an internist on the hospital’s medical staff, was quoted in the Nov. 13 Senior Living section of The Dallas Morning News. Carroll talked about ways loved ones can help care for family members who live in other parts of the country.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Star-Telegram, on KTVT-TV
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital appeared in a Nov. 13 article on the front page the Star-Telegram. The story focused on the North Texas city of Mineral Wells once again offering mineral baths – an experience that has been missing for the past 40 years. Dr. Angela Moore, a dermatologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial, was quoted about why individuals need to be aware of the water’s mineral concentration and how their skin reacts to it.
We anticipate a story about Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital going “purple for preemies” to be featured on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11). Texas Health Arlington Memorial is observing March of Dimes’ “Go Purple for Preemies Day.” On Nov. 13, people were encouraged to wear purple to draw attention to the severity of premature births, and how it affects families and communities. Babies currently in the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit were wrapped in purple blankets while wearing white and purple hats. The month of November was designated as Prematurity Awareness Month.
Texas Health Plano, Texas Health Allen in Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Morning News featured physicians at two Texas Health Resources hospitals in two stories. Dr. Nancy Donachie, medical director of the Seay Behavioral Health Center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, and Dr. Kara Starnes, a pediatrician at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen and member of Texas Health Physicians Group, were featured in a story about healthy tips for families. Dr. Rob Dickerman, a neurosurgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Plano, was featured in a story about keeping back pain at bay.
Texas Health Kaufman in Kaufman Herald
A recent article in the Kaufman Herald featured the 2012 Black Tie Ball, benefitting Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman. The gala, which celebrated its fifth anniversary last Saturday, is an annual fundraiser supporting women’s and children’s services in the Kaufman area. The story included a quote from Jo Ann Talbot, chairperson of this year’s Black Tie Ball.
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