THR recognized as one of the 'Best Places to Work' by the DBJ|
THR recognized as one of the "Best Places to Work" by the DBJ
This week's Dallas Business Journal ranks Texas Health Resources as one of the top "Best Places to Work" in the Metroplex. Texas Health ranked # 8 among the 15 largest companies.
Sunday's Star-Telegram features HEB doc
Ross Teemant, licensed clinical social worker at Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital, was quoted in a story in Sunday’s Star-Telegram discussing the importance of parents setting boundaries for their children. The story discussed the debacle surrounding Miley Cyrus’ recent photo shoot with Vanity Fair.
PHA featured in Friday's Allen American
The Breast Center at Presbyterian Hospital of Allen is offering free mammograms to uninsured women in Collin County, thanks to a grant from the North Texas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. A story about PHA's "Better Breast Health" initiative and the grant appeared in Friday's Allen American newspaper and quoted Barbara Quast, R.N. and PHA's women's health service line and education director, and PHA president Sheila McKinney.
HMSW featured on Fox 4 and KTVT
Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital was featured on the news last Friday in a story about the new daVinci robot. HMSW gave two local high school groups the opportunity to come and operate the new robot before it is used for patient care. Fox 4 news and KTVT channel 11 covered this story.
HMH women's event featured in Star-Telegram
The third annual Harris Methodist Hospital women's event, scheduled to be held Friday, May 9, was featured in Friday's Star-Telegram. The luncheon will feature Cokie Roberts, former ABC news anchor.
PHD internist talks about new diet
KTVT-TV Channel 11 reported Friday on a popular new diet, called the Flat Belly Diet, which emphasizes the consumption of foods rich in "good" fats, including avocados, almonds, various others nuts, seeds and oils. Dr. Donna Casey, an internist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, discussed the pros and cons of the diet plan.
Dallas Child features PHD dietitian and doc
The May issue of Dallas Child magazine includes a health story about whether whole food supplement are good for children. Meredith Ratliff, a licensed dietitian at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, is quoted in the article. She says some of the substances in the products may be beneficial, but a well-balanced diet will provide all the nutrients and vitamins necessary for children, without the need for supplements.
Also in this month's Dallas Child magazine, Dr. Jerald Goldstein, a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility expert at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, talks about ways couples can boost their fertility. Vacations can be a good way to get away from day-to-day stress and help couples spend time together.
Fort Worth Child features AMH dietitian
Denice Taylor, R.D., clinical dietitian manager at Arlington Memorial Hospital, discusses how busy moms working to balance work and home often skip meals in this month’s issue of Fort Worth Child. She encourages women to plan meals ahead of time, and keep healthy snacks on hand to ward off hunger, along with headaches and irritability.
Michigan paper features PHD statistics
Sunday's Kalamazoo (Mich.) Gazette included an in-depth feature about one teenage girl's struggle with anorexia nervosa. The article included statistics by researchers in the Eating Disorders Program at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas.
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