Fort Worth Business Press features THR VP and Great 100 Nurses|
Fort Worth Business Press features THR VP and Great 100 Nurses
This week's Fort Worth Business Press mentions David Reynolds' new role as vice president-finance for the Texas Health Resources Organization for Physicians.
Tarrant County's Great 100 Nurses were acknowledged in the Fort Worth Business Press. They include Patti Bentley from Arlington Memorial Hospital; Becky Bramlett, Sue Swanson, Christy Daae, Florence Raquepo, Marilyn Long and Terry Williams from Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital; Grace Bosworth, Karen Robertson, Karen Wright and Susan Trumps from Harris Methodist H•E•B Hospital; and Shirley Armitage and Tracy Brawley with Harris Methodist Northwest Hospital.
American Medical News features HMFW
Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital is featured in the American Medical News about their involvement in the national perinatal safety initiative. Amy Hailey, director of women and infants’ services at HMFW, was interviewed for this article.
HMFW and HMNW nurses featured in Nurses' Lounge
Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital and Harris Methodist Northwest Hospitals both have nurses featured in the May issue of Nurses’ Lounge magazine in an article about the 2008 Great 100 nurses.
PHP included in Plano Star Courier story
Presbyterian Hospital of Plano is included in an article on the front-page of the May 29 Plano Star Courier regarding Plano nurses named to the Texas Nurses Association's Great 100 Nurses list. PHP nurses Lu Adair and Jonah Enriquez are named in the article, with a quote from Adair also included. You can read the story here.
Allen American newspaper features PHP and PHA
The Allen American newspaper features a front-page article today on the upcoming "Celebration of Life" event in honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, scheduled for this Sunday and hosted by Presbyterian Hospitals of Plano and Allen. The article includes quotes from Dr. Wendy Harpham, a best-selling author and cancer survivor who will be the keynote speaker, as well as PHP oncology program manager Carinsa Gaston and PHA's Barbara Quast, women's health service line and education director.
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