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Texas Health Fort Worth Cardiologist on KXAS-TV
09/30/2009

Texas Health Fort Worth Cardiologist on KXAS-TV

Dr. Timothy Hadden, cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) in a story about broken heart syndrome. We expect this story to air at 10 p.m. on Sept. 30.

Texas Health Fort Worth ER Physician on WFAA-TV

Dr. Andrew Reuben, emergency medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by WFAA-TV (Channel 8) for a Sept. 28 story about the increased number of people who are coming to the hospital with flu-like symptoms.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is mentioned in an article in the Star-Telegram about the increasing number of people coming down with the H1N1 virus. The hospital has seen more than 150 patients with flu-like symptoms in the past three days.

Texas Health Denton in Denton Business & Community News

The September issue of Denton Business & Community News reported that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton received full Cycle II accreditation with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention from the Society of Chest Pain Centers. Dr. Sean Fleming, the hospital’s emergency medicine medical director, was quoted.

Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

The Stephenville Empire-Tribune featured a story on Sept. 27 about a new diabetes support group at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville. Laurie McGuyer, a clinical dietician at the hospital, was quoted. The paper also featured a story on Sept. 29 about a donation the volunteers made to redecorate the Women’s Services waiting room. Devra LeFevre, R.N., director of Women’s Services, was quoted.

Texas Health Dallas Internist on KRLD-AM

Dr. Donna Casey, an internist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed for a Sept. 30 story on KRLD-AM (1080 about a new study in the British Medical Journal. The study indicated that being fat in middle age may slash women's chances of making it to their golden years in good health by almost 80 percent.

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