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Texas Health Dallas on Local TV Newscasts

Texas Health Dallas on Local TV Newscasts

Local high school student Brittany Turner missed her high school graduation because she had to be hospitalized with an abscess in her neck. But on Monday, Brittany was surprised with a graduation ceremony hosted by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The story was covered by KDFW-TV (Channel 4), KDAF-TV (Channel 33), KXAS-TV (Channel 5), KTVT-TV (Channel 11), and WFAA-TV (Channel 8). The story also appeared in in The Dallas Morning News and on,,,,, and

Texas Health Dallas Oncologist on KDAF-TV

Dr. Bijal Modi, an oncologist/hematologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, appeared on KDAF-TV (Channel 33) news to discuss a new Melanoma drug that has shown some promise as a treatment for advanced Melanoma. The story also appeared on

Texas Health Fort Worth on KDFW-TV

Mooney McBurney, volunteer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was featured on KDFW-TV (Channel 4) as one of Clarice Tinsley’s Hometown Heroes. David Kerr, engineering supervisor at Texas Health Fort Worth, nominated McBurney, who has been a volunteer at Texas Health Fort Worth since 1990 and has more than 12,000 hours of service to the hospital.

Texas Health Fort Worth on KTVT-TV

KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) featured a story over the weekend about the women’s health event that was held Saturday at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth.

Texas Health Southwest in ADVANCE for Physical Therapists

An article in ADVANCE for Physical Therapists magazine discusses the comprehensive women's physical therapy program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth. Tracy Payne-Martinez, the hospital's director of rehab services, was quoted in the article.

Texas Health Cleburne in Star-Telegram

The Star-Telegram’s Burleson, Crowley, Cleburne Up Close Section featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne’s contributions to the March for Babies campaign. The article quoted Kathleen Harlow, R.N., director of nursing for women and children services at Texas Health Cleburne, and Blake Kretz, hospital president. Texas Health Resources CEO Doug Hawthorne was also mentioned for his role as chairman of the 2009 March for Babies in Dallas and Fort Worth. Featured in a photo alongside the article were Eddie Jones, director of support services, Colleen Vanzant, R.N., coordinator of outpatient services, and Harlow.


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