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HMSW in Fort Worth Business Press

HMSW in Fort Worth Business Press

An article in the Fort Worth Business Press discussed Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital's new exterior signs as the hospital begins its transition to become Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth. The article also mentioned that Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, Harris Methodist Northwest Hospital, Arlington Memorial Hospital and Harris Methodist H-E-B Hospital will go through the same rebranding.

HMSW Sleep Lab in Fort Worth Business Press

The sleep lab at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital was featured in a Fort Worth Business Press article about sleep studies. Huy Duong, D.O., pulmonologist and medical director of the hospital's sleep lab, and Joseph Vaughan, M.D., neurologist on the hospital's medical staff, were interviewed for the story.

AMH Physical Therapist Shares Tips in Fort Worth Child

Stephanie Kabat, PT, physical therapist at Arlington Memorial Hospital, discussed the importance of "tummy time" with Fort Worth Child in this month's issue. Providing babies with time on their tummies during the day is an important way to help avoid the dangers of SIDS, as well as promoting healthy development, Kabat said. Tips for successful "tummy time" include playing with your baby and varying tummy positions.

Springwood Experts Discuss Holiday Stress

Ross Teemant, LCSW, social worker and clinical manager at Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital, the mental health and addiction treatment facility at Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, was featured on WBAP-AM (820) on Thanksgiving Day, discussing ways to avoid stress during the holiday season. Charles Herlihy, M.D., medical director of adult behavioral health at Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital, provided tips on the same subject to KXAS-TV (Channel 5) on Nov. 26. Herlihy suggested setting reasonable goals for yourself to avoid becoming stressed.

PHD Surgeon in Park Cities People

The Nov. 14 edition of Park Cities People includes a story about Dr. Bridget Holden, a general surgeon at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, removing the gall bladder of Dr. Spencer Cochran. In addition to being fellow surgeons, the two were classmates at Highland Park High School.

PHF in Dallas Business Journal

The current edition of the Dallas Business Journal announces that James K. "Jay" McAuley has been named president of Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation. McAuley takes over for retiring president Ben Casey.


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