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Texas Health Fort Worth Marion Emergency Care Center in local news
06/04/2013

Texas Health Fort Worth Marion Emergency Care Center tree topping in local news

We anticipate a tree topping out ceremony for the new Marion Emergency Care Center being constructed at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth will be featured on KXAS (Ch. 5), KDFW (Ch. 4), and WFAA (Ch. 8) tonight and in the Star-Telegram print edition tomorrow. Lillie Biggins, hospital president, was interviewed. Dr. John Geesbreght, the hospital’s medical director of emergency services, and Jay McAuley, Texas Health Resources Foundation president, were quoted in online stories. Click here to see the Star-Telegram Tarrant Business Blog story and here to see the Fort Worth Business Press article.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Conner in Dallas Morning News

Dr. Kevin Conner, neurologist and Stroke Center medical director at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, appeared in today’s Dallas Morning News’ special section on men’s health. Conner discussed cluster headaches and how many sufferers are men between the ages of 30 and 60. Described by many as the “suicide headache,” Conner explained the uniqueness of cluster headaches and the difficulty behind the treatment. Click here to read the article.

Texas Health Plano’s former NICU mothers give back

A story featuring former NICU mothers from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano who organized a mom-to-mom gift exchange in celebration of Mother’s Day appeared in the May 24 edition of Dallas Morning News’ NeighborsGo Plano/Murphy/Wylie print edition. Click here to read the story.

Texas Health Plano’s DAISY award winners featured in Neighbors Go

A story featuring three nurses who won DAISY Awards from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano appeared in the May 31 edition of the Dallas Morning News’ NeighborsGo Plano/Murphy/Wylie print edition. Click here to read the story.

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