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Texas Health Fort Worth on KDFW-TV
04/16/2009

Texas Health Fort Worth on KDFW-TV

A story ran on KDFW-TV (Channel 4) at 9 and 10 p.m. on April 15 about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth’s quiet environment initiative. David Smith, M.D., trauma surgeon on the medical staff of the hospital, was interviewed for this story and talked about how a quiet environment is more conducive to healing for patients.

Texas Health HEB on Colorado Station

Gary Jones, M.D, pulmonary and critical care physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford was interviewed by KXAS-TV (Channel 5) in a story that ran on KOAA-TV in Colorado about a remarkable recovery of a 21-year-old athlete who suffered a heart attack after being hit in the chest during a softball game. Jones talked about the hypothermia therapy they used to save this man’s life, a therapy that is saving many lives each year.

Texas Health Dallas OB/GYN in Dallas Child

Dr. John Bertrand, an OB/GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, is quoted in a story in the April edition of Dallas Child magazine. The story examines the prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV), common myths about the virus and typical questions patients have about it.

Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

The Stephenville Empire-Tribune featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville’s prayer beads that are distributed to patients. Hospital chaplain Mike Hannah was quoted.

Texas Health Plano in Plano Star-Courier

A photo in the April 12 edition of the Plano Star-Courier featuresd Dr. Jeffrey Canose, president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, poised to be dunked at last week's "Dunking Booth Carnival." Employees paid $1 per ball to dunk members of the hospital's management team, raising more than $750 for the March of Dimes.

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