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Texas Health medical staff physicians interviewed on Kidd Kraddick’s death
07/30/2013

Texas Health medical staff physicians interviewed on Kidd Kraddick’s death

Dr. Sreenivas Gudimetla, cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and member of Texas Health Physicians Group, was featured on WFAA (Ch. 8) in a story about Kidd Kraddick’s sudden death from heart disease and risk factors. Gudimetla mentioned online resources available for profiling your heart health, including yourheartage.com. To view the story, click here. Dr. Tu Le, cardiologist on the medical staff of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford and member of Texas Health Physicians Group, was also interviewed about Kraddicks’s death on KRLD (1080 AM).

Texas Health Plano’s Dr. Hurd on WFAA

WFAA (Ch. 8) featured Dr. Paul Hurd, a neurologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, in a news story that aired July 29. Hurd was on hand to help a fellow Plano cyclist when he suffered a heart attack. See the story of his heroic efforts here.

Texas Health Stephenville featured in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

Cindy McCarthy, DNP,MHA,MBA, RN, CEN, chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville, was recently quoted in an article in the Stephenville Empire-Tribune that discussed the hospital’s upcoming general health screening event to support the American Heart Association Heart Walk.

Texas Health Azle featured in D Healthcare Daily

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle was featured in D Healthcare Daily for the hospital’s recently achieving the Supply Chain Excellence Award from Premier Healthcare Alliance. To read more, click here.

Texas Health Physicians Group’s Dr. Sonnen on KRLD

Dr. Gregory Sonnen, a pediatrician and member of Texas Health Physicians Group, was featured Monday on KRLD (1080 AM). Sonnen discussed a study published earlier that day in the journal Pediatrics about the increasing number of food-related choking incidents in children.

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