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Texas Health Fort Worth on Local Newscasts
We anticipate stories featuring a reunion between a former NICU patient, Kate, and her caregivers from 18 years ago will be featured on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11), WFAA-TV (Ch. 8), and KDFW-TV (Ch. 4) and in the Star-Telegram. The story was also featured on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5). Kate’s mother was one of the first to use Kangaroo Mother Care at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and her case helped influence caregivers to use the method with moms and babies moving forward. Former NICU nurse Lesa Gabbert and Dr. David Turbeville, neonatologist on the medical staff, were interviewed.
Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review
Dr. Ayman Arouse, a pediatrician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne, was quoted in a front-page article in the Cleburne Times-Review. The article described how inflatable bounce house injuries are on the rise in the U.S. Arouse offered several suggestions for parents to keep in mind if their children play inside a bounce house.
Texas Institute for Surgery in Dallas Business Journal
The Nov. 16 issue of the Dallas Business Journal featured personnel briefs from Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas in its Executive People on the Move column:
- The American College of Healthcare Executives named David Helfer, Texas Institute for Surgery president, to fellow status.
- John Croley was hired as chief financial officer.
Texas Health Dallas in Palestine Herald-Press
Melvin Shead Sr., R.T.(R) (ARRT), a radiological technician at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was featured in the Palestine Herald-Press. The article recognized Shead for being named among this year’s Top 25 Imaging Professionals in North Texas by the North Texas Radiologic Technologists Society.
Texas Health Resources on ZDNet Health Blog
A question-and-answer piece on ZDNet’s health blog about how the iPad mini tablet can affect health care delivery included comments by Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, chief health information officer for Texas Health Resources.
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