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Texas Health HEB Nurse on KDFW-TV
09/02/2009

Texas Health HEB Nurse on KDFW-TV

Julie Smith, an R.N. at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hurst-Euless-Bedford, was featured in a segment on KDFW-TV's (Channel 4) "Good Day" program on Sept. 1. Smith spoke about the importance of child safety seats and discussed new car seat and booster seat safety laws.

Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review

The Cleburne Times-Review featured two health tips from Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne in its Aug. 30 edition. Dr. Bradley Harman, an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff, was quoted in a story about taking preventive measures to reduce sports injuries. Marvin Cloud, R.N., trauma coordinator, was quoted in a story about the importance of recognizing head injuries in young athletes.

Texas Health Fort Worth on KTVT-TV

Dr. Joseph Prosser, chief quality officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by KTVT-TV (Channel 11) for a Sept. 1 story about hospitals being paid for their high quality care, known as pay for performance.

Texas Health Plano on KXAS-TV

Dr. John Kim, pediatric radiologist and co-chair of radiology at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, appeared on KXAS-TV (Channel 5) in a Sept. 1 story about new computed tomography technology that reduces radiation exposure to patients by up to 40 percent for routine scans.

The Plano Star Courier and neighborsgo.com also covered the story this week and quoted Dr. Ted Wen, pediatric radiologist and co-chair of radiology at Texas Health Plano, and Mike Putman, RT (R)CRA, director of radiology and medical imaging at Texas Health Plano.

Texas Health Research & Education Institute in The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News reported Texas Health Research & Education Institute’s donation to The University of Texas at Arlington as part of the Texas Research Incentive program. The gift will fund research through the Medical Technologies Consortium, a partnership between Texas Health Research & Education, UTA, The University of Texas at Dallas and Texas Instruments.

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