Texas Health in DMN Top 100 Places to Work 11/11/2013
Texas Health in DMN Top 100 Places to Work
The Sunday Dallas Morning News featured the newspaper’s Top 100 Places to Work for 2013. Texas Health Resources ranked No. 5 among Top Large Companies. Texas Health was also recognized for having the Best Managers in the Metroplex. The DMN’s print and online coverage included:
A video featuring Texas Health Resources CEO Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health Chief People Officer Bonnie Bell, and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas staff members Erin Prendergast, R.N. at the Breast Imaging Center; Kristin Geier, R.D., registered dietician; Sheryl Brown, P.T., manager of rehabilitation services; Cole Edmonson, D.N.P., R.N., chief nursing officer; and Jennifer Bostick, licensed physical therapist assistant. Click here to view the video.
Online articles with employee comments about why they enjoy their jobs (click here) and how their mangers help them do their jobs (click here).
A print article (not online) that included employee comments and featured a photo of Texas Health Dallas staff members Patty McCoy-Smith, house supervisor; Hope Otto, clinical supervisor; and Robin Harding, registered nurse.
FWBP features Texas Health Top Performer hospitals
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press reported that five Texas Health Resources hospitals have been recognized as Top Performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission. The hospitals were recognized for exemplary performance in using evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve care. Recognized hospitals are Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital Arlington, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall. Click here to see the column.
Texas Health Dallas in D Healthcare Daily
An article featuring Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and the On The Road with ON-Q bus tour appeared in today’s edition of D Healthcare Daily News. The post-operative pain education tour bus made a stop at Texas Health Dallas to educate clinicians about the importance of reducing narcotic usage for surgical pain control. Read the article here.
Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne-Times Review
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne was featured in an article in Sunday’s Cleburne-Times Review that highlighted the White Hat Mentoring program. Pairing retired nurses with recent nursing school graduates, the program is proving to be beneficial for all involved. Denice Black, R.N., education manager, was quoted.
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