Texas Health Stephenville featured in Stephenville Empire-Tribune and Glen Rose Reporter|
Texas Health Stephenville featured in Stephenville Empire-Tribune and Glen Rose Reporter
Christopher Leu, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville, was featured in a photo cutline in the Stephenville Empire-Tribune and the Glen Rose Reporter that highlighted the recognition of State Representative Dr. J.D. Sheffield (R-Gatesville), who was presented with a public service award from Texas Health Stephenville for showing great leadership and efforts in supporting health care. To see the photo, click here.
Texas Health Azle featured in the Azle News
Robert Potter, director of nursing emergency services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, was featured in an article in The Azle News that discussed the hospital’s plans to begin construction on an urgent care clinic. To read more, click here.
Texas Health Ben Hogan’s athletic training residency program in Fort Worth Business Press
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press highlights the athletic training residency program offered through the Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine Program. The residency is one of two in the U.S. accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. View the article here.
Ribbon cutting for Texas Health Fort Worth’s new mobile health unit in Star-Telegram
A photo from the ribbon cutting for Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth’s newest addition to the mobile health unit fleet was featured in the Star-Telegram’s “Click” section. Leslie Kibel, breast center manager, Rosemary Galdiano, mobile health program manager, Randy Ball, vice president of professional services, and Lillie Biggins, hospital president, are featured in the photo, which can be viewed here.
Texas Health Plano to be featured on WFAA
We anticipate Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s NICU camera donation to be featured on WFAA (Ch. 8) at 5 p.m. today. Michelle Kelly, RNC-NIC, NICU nurse manager, was interviewed, as well as Amy and Chris Skaggs, the family that donated the funds for the cameras.
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