PHK in The Winnsboro News|
PHK in The Winnsboro News
The Winnsboro News featured two stories on Nov. 7 about changes in leadership at the hospital. Patsy Youngs, president of Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman and soon to be acting president for Presbyterian Hospital of Winnsboro, as well as Steve Hanson, senior executive vice president of system alignment and performance, were quoted. A third brief and photo featured the new brand signs at the facility. A fourth story previewed PHW's blood drive.
PHD Pharmacist, Medical Experts on WFAA-TV
A Nov. 6 newscast on WFAA-TV (Channel 8) included a story about pill splitting as a way to save money. Sharie Berish, a pharmacist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, spoke to reporter Janet St. James about what pills are safe to split and how much money can be saved. PHD's Michelle Grote was interviewed at Apothecary Pharmacy about how much money she could save if she chose to split pills.
Also, PHD medical experts were at the WFAA studios answering calls from viewers with questions about pill splitting and other health topics. The PHD experts were Meredith Ratliff, R.D., L.D.; Dave Surprenant, C.A.T.; Sheri Campion, R.N.; Vicki Nolen, L.V.N.; and Debby Rush, R.N.
AMH in Fort Worth Business Press
Arlington Memorial Hospital was featured in a brief in the Fort Worth Business Press about converting its remaining semi-private rooms to all private rooms.
HMHEB Chaplain in Fort Worth Business Press
Rev. Linda White, chaplain with Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, was profiled in this week's Fort Worth Business Press. White discussed the many ways a professional chaplain can serve the community, as well as her role at the hospital.
AMH ER Physician on WBAP-AM
Hoyt Frenzel, M.D., medical director of the Emergency Department at Arlington Memorial Hosptial, discussed the upcoming flu season on WBAP-AM (820). Frenzel shared flu symptoms and treatments and discussed the importance of getting a flu shot.
Springwood Social Worker on KRLD-AM
Ross Teemant, LCSW, social worker at Harris Methodist Springwood Hosptial, the mental health and addiction treatment facility at Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, discussed postpartum psychosis with KRLD-AM (1080). Dena Schlosser, who suffered from untreated postpartum psychosis, is transitioning from inpatient to outpatient treatment. She will need to continue with her treatment and medications as an outpatient, Teemant said.
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