Local news stations cover discharge of wounded officer from Texas Health Fort Worth 07/02/2013
Local news stations cover discharge of wounded officer from Texas Health Fort Worth
Granbury police officer Chad Davis, wounded in a shooting Friday, went home yesterday from Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. He was treated at the hospital for injuries to his shoulder and leg. TV stations WFAA (Ch. 8), KXAS (Ch. 5), KTVT (Ch. 11) and KDFW Fox (Ch. 4) covered the story along with KRLD (1080 AM) news radio. Click here to see the Fox 4 story. Click here to see the Ch. 5 story. Click here to see the Ch. 8 story.
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 are featured in an article on the Cleburne-Times Review web site 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. Click here to read the article and see photos.
Texas Health Fort Worth’s Dr. Tate on KTXD-TV
Dr. Darren Tate, OB/GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was featured in a live interview on D: The Broadcast (KTXD-TV Ch. 47) this morning about common questions women ask their gynecologist. View the video here.
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