PHD Breast Cancer Service in The Dallas Morning News 11/11/2008
PHD Breast Cancer Service in The Dallas Morning News
Dr. Kandice Kilbride, an oncology breast surgeon at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, was featured in a Nov. 11 Dallas Morning News story about PHD's new breast cancer risk assessment service. The service, designed to identify and track women at higher-than-average risk for breast cancer, is being offered to women who come through PHD's Women’s Diagnostic and Breast Center for routine mammograms. Those identified at high-risk will be offered the opportunity to enroll in a surveillance program, which offers genetic testing, breast MRI, 3-D mammography, and consultations with breast cancer experts at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas.
HMEC in Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Harris Methodist Erath County Hospital was featured in the Nov. 11 edition of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune for the new brand and upcoming hospital sign change. Hospital president Christopher Leu was quoted.
AMH in Star-Telegram
A Nov. 11 article in the Star-Telegram discussed Arlington Memorial Hospital's switch to all-private patient rooms and how it could bring financial savings to some patients. Donna Bertram, the hospital's chief nursing executive, was quoted/
HMSW Director of Surgery in Outpatient Surgery Magazine
Tammy Baergen, director of surgery at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital, was featured in this month's Outpatient Surgery magazine. Baergen discussed the value of video in the operating room and its role in promoting robotic surgery to patients and surgeons.
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