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Texas Health CEO on Dallas Business Journal Website
02/13/2013

Texas Health CEO on Dallas Business Journal Website

An article on the Dallas Business Journal website featuring local industry leaders’ reactions to President Obama’s State of the Union address included comments by Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources. Hawthorne noted that Texas Health is working with employers, physicians and insurance companies on innovative ways to improve overall well-being.

Texas Health Resources in HealthLeaders Magazine

The cover story of the February HealthLeaders magazine on the impact of tablet devices on health care featured Texas Health Resources. Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, chief health information officer for Texas Health, was quoted extensively and appeared on the cover.

Texas Health Kaufman, Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman was mentioned in a story in The Dallas Morning News. The Feb. 13 article detailed the closing of Renaissance Hospital Terrell, located 12 miles from Texas Health Kaufman. In the article, Texas Health Kaufman spokesman Stephen O’Brien said the Texas Health hospital could care for patients from the Renaissance facility and for future needs of the Terrell community.

Dr. Leslie Secrest, chair of psychiatry at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in a recent Dallas Morning News article. Secrest discussed the need for more state funding for hospital and community mental health services.

Texas Health Azle in Springtown Epigraph

Bob Ellzey, FACHE, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, was recently quoted in an article in the Springtown Epigraph that discussed the construction project currently underway to relocate Outpatient Registration at the hospital.

Texas Health Fort Worth on KXAS-TV

The Birthday Buddies program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was featured on the “Tell Me Something Good” segment on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5). The program allows children to have birthday party guests bring donations to the hospital’s NICU in lieu of gifts.

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