Texas Health in Wall Street Journal blog|
Texas Health in Wall Street Journal blog
The Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal blog today featured the new conference rooms fitted with exercise equipment at Texas Health Resources’ corporate offices in Arlington. The article emphasizes the well-being and employee recruitment and retention benefits of the conference rooms. The article quotes Ed Marx, Texas Health chief information officer. A photo shows Texas Health employees meeting while riding spin bikes. Click here to read the article (subscription required).
IEEM at Texas Health Dallas in Washington Post
Dr. Benjamin Levine, director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in a story this week in The Washington Post. Levine spoke about the effects of lifelong exercise on the cardiovascular system as people age. Click here to read the story.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Borrelli in AOA News
Dr. Joseph Borrelli, orthopedic surgeon and chair of Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital’s orthopedic department, recently appeared in AOA News, the newsletter of the American Orthopaedic Association. Borrelli discussed the hospital’s use of the AOA’s Own the Bone program, which is designed to proactively address issues of osteoporosis by preventing the reoccurrence of fragility fractures.
Texas Health Huguley’s new name featured in Crowley Star
The unveiling of Huguley Memorial Medical Center’s new name, Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South, to reflect its partnership with Texas Health Resources, was featured in the Crowley Star. Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources, and Dr. Jeff Canose, Southwest Zone operations leader, are quoted. Click here to see the story.
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