Texas Health, Blue Zones project in Fort Worth to be featured on WFAA|
Texas Health, Blue Zones project in Fort Worth to be featured on WFAA
More media coverage on the Blue Zones Project assessment for the City of Fort Worth is expected this evening. More than 30 people joined Mayor Betsy Price for a Blue Zones Project bike tour through Fort Worth this morning. Representatives from the City of Fort Worth, Healthways, Texas Health Resources and others joined in the fun just after sunrise. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and WFAA (Ch. 8) covered the event. The Ch. 8 story is expected to air this evening during the 6 p.m. newscast.
Texas Health hospitals ranked in 2013 ‘Best Hospitals’ list featured on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily recently highlighted DFW-area hospitals ranked in U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 “Best Hospitals” list. Among the top 10 in DFW were Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth (#3), Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas (#5), Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital (#6), and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano (#8). Click here to read the article.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Borrelli in Star-Telegram
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital recently appeared in an article on the front page of the Star-Telegram’s metro section. The story focused on a female patient suffering from congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia, which is a rare bone disease affecting one in every 150,000 babies at birth. Dr. Joseph Borrelli, orthopedic department chair at Texas Health Arlington Memorial and orthopedic surgeon with Texas Health Physicians Group, described how the patient’s birth defect prevented her tibia from forming completely in her right leg. Click here to read the article and see photos.
Texas Health Southwest featured on KXAS
Dr. Blaine Bachim, emergency physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, was interviewed last night on KXAS (Ch. 5). Dr. Bachim discussed signs and symptoms associated with the recent outbreak of the Cyclospora cayetanensis virus in North Texas. Click here to see the story.
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