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Texas Health’s Varga in D Healthcare Daily

Texas Health’s Varga discusses transparency on D Healthcare Daily

D Healthcare Daily today featured an interview with Dr. Daniel Varga, chief clinical officer and senior executive vice president for Texas Health Resources. Varga discussed Texas Health’s plans to publish safety and quality information. Click here to read the story.

Texas Health’s sponsorship of New Friends New Life luncheon in DMN

Robert Miller’s business column in today’s Dallas Morning News mentioned that Texas Health Resources is the presenting sponsor of the New Friends New Life luncheon Friday in Dallas. Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO, is quoted. Click here to read the column (registration required).

Texas Health Plano featured on KXAS

KXAS (Ch. 5) featured a story about a patient who came to the Emergency Department at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano thinking he had a sinus headache, but it turned out to be the most aggressive kind of brain tumor. The story featured the patient and mentioned Dr. Rob Dickerman, the neurosurgeon who treated him, as well as the BrainLab Curve technology available at the hospital. You can see the item here.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial featured on WFAA

We anticipate a story on WFAA (Ch. 8) at 5 p.m. tonight on eyelid cancer featuring interviews with Dr. Charles Deur, medical oncologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, and Blane Camel, R.N., who works in the hospital’s emergency department. Camel, who is a cancer survivor, discusses just what led to his personal discovery of this type of cancer, which makes up about 10 percent of all skin cancers.

Texas Health Ben Hogan’s Dr. Blueitt on KERA

We anticipate a story on KERA radio (90.1 FM) tomorrow morning and afternoon about the Concussion Summit at UT Arlington will feature interviews with Dr. Damond Blueitt, medical director of the concussion clinic at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, and one of his patients, high school softball player Lauren Gunter.


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