PHK in The Kaufman Herald|
PHK in The Kaufman Herald
Patsy Youngs, president of Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman, was quoted in The Kaufman
Herald about the recent changing of the exterior sign to reflect Texas Health
Resources’ new brand. The paper also featured a story about Thanksgiving donations
Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman employees made to area families. Pat Jackson, community
outreach representative for Presbyterian Hospital of Kaufman, also was quoted.
PHD Allergist in Dallas Morning News
The Dec. 2 Healthy Living section of The Dallas Morning News
included a story about global warming and allergies. Dr. Michael Ruff, a pediatric allergist
at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, said high concentrations of carbon dioxide in the
atmosphere increase ragweed growth rates. On a month-to-month basis, though, pollen counts
change based on other factors, including wind currents and precipitation.
PHD Pediatrician in BabyDallas Magazine
Dr. Amy Hayes, a pediatrician at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, is quoted in the
fall/winter edition of BabyDallas magazine. In a story about the American Academy
of Pediatrics' recommendation that no children under 2 should watch TV, Dr. Hayes says
there is no "OK" amount of TV for a baby.
Area Papers Feature THR Burleson Project
Joseph DeLeon, vice president of professional services and business development at Texas
Health Resources, was quoted in the Burleson-Crowley Connection about an $8 million contract to open a
three-building medical center in Burleson. The project was also was featured in the Star-Telegram and Fort Worth Business Press.
HMFW in ADVANCE for Health Information Magazine
Vong Miphouvieng, manager of Health Information Services at Harris Methodist Fort Worth
Hospital, was named to the "30 under 30" list in ADVANCE for Health Information magazine.
PHW on WinnsboroToday.com
Presbyterian Hospital of Winnsboro’s participation in the United Way Campaign was
posted on WinnsboroToday.com, an online newspaper in Winnsboro. A photo of Brandy
Royal, human resources manager, and Lisa Tarkington, R.N., chief nurse executive, also was
TREI CME Directors in Star-Telegram
The National Commission for Certification of CME Professionals designated Marilyn Peterson
and Sandra Pinkerton, Ph.D., of The Research and Education Institute for Texas Health
Resources (TREI) as certified CME professionals. The TREI CME directors are among the first
70 people to earn the designation. The news was featured in the Nov. 30 issue of the Star-Telegram.
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