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Texas Health Arlington Memorial and Texas Health Southwest featured in Dallas Morning News
11/12/2013

Texas Health Arlington Memorial and Texas Health Southwest featured in Dallas Morning News

An article on the front page of the Healthy Living section in today’s Dallas Morning News highlighted the latest AIDS/HIV research, along with focusing on the new feature film Dallas Buyers Club. Among the top 25 counties in the state of Texas with the highest AIDS case numbers, Dallas ranks No. 2 and Tarrant ranks No. 4. Dr. Nikhil Bhayani, infectious diseases specialist on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, and Dr. Minh Nghi, program director and chief of hospital medicine at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, were quoted. Click here to read the article.

Nurse.com highlights Texas Health Fort Worth’s neuroscience program accomplishments

Nurse.com highlighted the neuroscience program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth for two recent accomplishments. The article mentioned the neurodiagnostics lab is one of 16 nationwide to earn accreditation as a National Lab for Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring from the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists. Lillie Biggins, R.N., FACHE, president of Texas Health Fort Worth, was quoted. The article also mentioned nurses on the neuro ICU floor earned the Bronze Beacon Award for nursing excellence. View the article here.

Dallas GIRL Power event on Good Morning Texas

Carly Patterson, Olympic gold medal gymnast, stopped by the WFAA (Ch. 8) studios yesterday to promote the upcoming Dallas GIRL (Girls in Real Life) Power event on Good Morning Texas. She will be the keynote speaker at this weekend’s program targeting 4th-6th grades girls and their moms. The event is a collaboration of Texas Health Resources and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health and will offer moms and daughters a chance to learn more about issues concerning bullying, self-esteem, internet safety and good nutrition. View the segment here.

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