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Advisory Board blog features Texas Health’s Scholl
06/27/2013

Advisory Board blog features Texas Health’s Scholl

The Advisory Board’s Care Transformation Center blog featured an interview with Jon Scholl, chief strategy officer and executive vice president of Texas Health Resources. Scholl discussed Texas Health’s work with Healthways on well-being and physician-directed population health initiatives. Click here to read the interview.

Texas Health Ben Hogan’s Brian Conway on KLAS-TV

Brian Conway, director of the Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed for a story on KLAS-TV (CBS Las Vegas) about the National Athletic Trainers Association's annual conference. Topics discussed at the conference include how to reduce the risk of head injuries and heat-related illness in student athletes. View the story here.

Texas Health Rockwall ER in NeighborsGo

The Dallas Morning News’ NeighborsGo featured the recent opening of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall’s free-standing emergency room in North Rockwall. Click here to read the brief.

Texas Health Cleburne, Texas Health Fort Worth featured in Cleburne-Times Review

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth were featured in a recent article in the Cleburne-Times Review that highlights a new option for mothers wanting to be more involved in their child’s birth. Dr. Steven Farzam, obstetrician and gynecologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Cleburne, and Carla Morrow, certified nurse midwife, discussed how a specific cesarean called a “gentle C-section” allows for instant bonding through immediate skin-to-skin contact for mother and baby. Both Texas Health Cleburne and Texas Health Fort Worth offer gentle C-sections to expectant mothers who are not classified as high-risk pregnancies.

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