Texas Health Dallas' Hamon Tower on TV, Radio|
Texas Health Dallas' Hamon Tower on TV, Radio
We anticipate stories on multiple stations about the Oct. 1 opening of the Hamon Tower at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Texas Health Dallas President Philip M. Wentworth, FACHE, was interviewed by KDFW-TV (Ch. 4), WFAA-TV (Ch. 8), KTVT-TV (Ch. 11), KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) and KRLD-AM (1080). Dr. Tom Shires, chair of surgical services at Texas Health Dallas, and Dr. Cynthia Sherry, chair of radiology, were also interviewed. The stations also got footage of Texas Health Dallas' new Flash CT scanner, which is the first of its kind in Texas. Francisco Gonzalez, a patient advocate for the hospital, interviewed by KUVN-TV (Ch. 23).
Texas Health Fort Worth Dietitian on KTVT-TV
Amy Goodson, registered dietitian at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) for a Sept. 30 story about health problems that are derived from women carrying around extra weight.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was mentioned in an Oct. 1 Star-Telegram article about the H1N1 vaccine.
Texas Health Fort Worth, Arlington Memorial on KXAS-TV
Dr. Timothy Hadden, cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed for a Sept. 30 story about broken heart syndrome on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) at 10 p.m. The story also featured Jim and Priscilla Russell, who had heart attacks on the same day and were treated at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Physician on KUVN-TV
Dr. Edward Gonzales, family practice physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, appeared in a Sept. 30 story on KUVN-TV (Ch. 23) about H1N1 influenza. Gonzales talked about seeing an increasing number of patients with flu-like symptoms and discussed hospital testing standards for the virus.
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