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Texas Health Fort Worth on KDAF-TV

Texas Health Fort Worth on KDAF-TV

A story ran on KDAF-TV (Channel 33) on April 3 about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth’s quiet environment initiative. Bill Witham, M.D., trauma surgeon on the medical staff, was talked about how a quiet environment is more conducive to healing for patients. Sara George, oncology nurse, talked about how the quiet environment has made for a less stressful job and a more peaceful environment for patients who are battling cancer.

Texas Health Cleburne in the Star-Telegram

The Star-Telegram featured a story about how Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne employee Dawn Keesee, R.N., shares her birthday with her mother and daughter. Keesee’s daughter, Peyton, was born March 29 at Texas Health Cleburne.

The Star-Telegram’s Burleson, Crowley, Cleburne Up Close Section featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne's three nurses named to the Great 100 Nurses list. Nurses recognized are Jackie Laws, R.N., obstetrics nursing supervisor, Susie Morrison, R.N., lactation consultant, and Carol Olivier, R.N., infection control practitioner, were recognized in the article. Hospital president Blake Kretz also was quoted.

Texas Health Kaufman in The Kaufman Herald

The Kaufman Herald featured a story about the Spring into Action 5K Fun Run and anniversary celebration at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman. Hospital president Patsy Youngs was quoted.

The paper also featured Donna Faylene Walker, R.N., who was recently named to the “Great 100 Nurses” list. Walker, Youngs, and Texas Health Resources CEO Doug Hawthorne were quoted.

Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

The April 5 edition of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville’s planned blood drive and book and gift fairs. Hospital chaplain Mike Hannah was quoted.


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