Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram|
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
March 9 editions of the Star-Telegram included a front-page story on a new study showing an increase in advanced breast cancer in young women. Two young breast cancer survivors, including Melanie Media, senior communications specialist for Texas Health Resources, were interviewed about their experiences. Dr. Robin Skrine, medical director of the breast health program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was pictured on the cover and quoted about the study as well as the hospital’s 3D mammography technology that’s improving breast cancer detection. Dr. Lori May-Malone, radiologist on the medical staff, and Bridget Chatman, a breast imaging mammographer, were pictured viewing 3D mammography images.
Texas Health Alliance in Fort Worth Business Press
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press highlighted Winjie Tang Miao, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance, for being honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award from the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce-Southwest Region.
Texas Health HEB on The Janee Show
Dr. John Naus, psychiatrist on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford was recently featured on The Janee Show on FamilyNet Television. The segment discussed how making a positive difference can impact our emotions, lives and the lives of others.
Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press
The Fort Worth Business Press featured recognition for Joan Clark, D.N.P., senior vice president and chief nurse executive at Texas Health Resources. Clark received the 2013 CNL Visionary Leader Award from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily mentioned that 23 nurses from Texas Health Resources system hospitals were honored as 2013 “DFW Great 100 Nurses.” The nurses include representatives from nine hospitals.
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