Doug Hawthorne on D Healthcare Daily|
Doug Hawthorne on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily today quoted Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources, in an article on the growth of physician-owned hospitals in North Texas. Click here to read the story.
Dallas Business Journal features Dr. Varga
A Dallas Business Journal article on health system mergers and consolidation featured Dr. Dan Varga, chief clinical officer and senior executive vice president of Texas Health Resources. Subscribers can click here to read the article.
Texas Health Willow Park groundbreaking in Star-Telegram
The Star-Telegram reported today’s groundbreaking for Texas Health Outpatient Center Willow Park. Texas Health Willow Park, scheduled to open in the 4th quarter of 2014, will be Texas Health Resources’ first facility in Parker County. Dr. Jeffrey Canose, Southwest Zone operations leader, is quoted. Click here to read the article.
Texas Health’s Berdan in DBJ’s “Who’s Who in Health Care”
The current Dallas Business Journal features profiles of the publication’s 2013 “Who's Who in Health Care” list, including Barclay Berdan, senior executive vice president and chief operating officer of Texas Health Resources. The 25 health care professionals on the list were cited for “impacting the industry in North Texas through innovative work.” Subscribers can click here to read the article.
Texas Health Plano featured in Allen American
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano was featured in an Allen American article about who should be getting the flu shot. Cathy Grayson, M.S.N., R.N., CIC, infection prevention manager, and April Sutton, R.N., infection control practitioner, were interviewed. Read the article here.
Texas Institute for Surgery's volunteer program featured in Plano Profile
The October Issue of Plano Profile magazine featured an article on Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas’ volunteer program. Click here to view the article (go to p. 65).
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