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Texas Health Azle, Fort Worth on KXAS-TV
02/09/2009

Texas Health Azle, Fort Worth on KXAS-TV

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth were featured on KXAS-TV (Channel 5) on Feb. 8 in story about the "Drip and Ship" stroke protocol. Sharron Connelly, stroke survivor and movie screenwriter, benefitted from the protocol, suffering no residual effects from the stroke.

Joseph Cordova, M.D., emergency physician at Texas Health Azle, and Roger Blair, M.D., neurologist and medical director of the stroke program at Texas Health Fort Worth were interviewed.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is featured in a Star-Telegram staff column written by Mike Norman. Norman was a patient in the hospital’s Neuro ICU. He mentioned to Diana Wilson, M.D., neuro surgeon at Texas Health Fort Worth and Glenn Bixler, M.D., rehab physician at Texas Health Fort Worth. The article praised the care he received.

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was also in a Star-Telegram story about medical bills. Whitney Jodry, hospital spokesperson, was interviewed.

Texas Health Plano featured in Newspaper Articles

The Plano Star-Courier and Plano Insider featured weekend front-page stories on Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano's Go for Red Women Day celebration. The hospital hosted a red carpet fashion show featuring employees modeling red apparel from Macy's Galleria store. Paula Parenton, a "Red Dress Survivor" and Texas Health Plano employee in supply chain management, was quoted.

Texas Health Stephenville in Area-Wide Business & Commerce Journal

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville President Christopher Leu was profiled in the February issue of the Area-Wide Business & Commerce Journal. The article covered Leu’s background and vision for Texas Health Stephenville.

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