Texas Health HEB on WFAA-TV|
Texas Health HEB on WFAA-TV
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford’s OB/GYN Doc Shop concept was featured on the 10 p.m. newscast on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8) on Oct. 29. Dr. Linda Prentice, a physician on the medical staff, Mandy Forbus, senior marketing specialist, and Sharon Harris, director of the Texas Health HEB laboratory, were interviewed for the story about the Nov. 4 Doc Shop.
Texas Health Plano on KXAS-TV
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s annual “Trunk-or-Treat” Halloween celebration for children at the hospital’s Seay Child Care Center was taped by KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) for possible mention on news broadcasts.
Texas Health Fort Worth, Texas Health Dallas in Star-Telegram
Dr. Gary Weinstein, chief of critical care medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, and Jacie Russell, M.P.H., infection prevention specialist at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, were interviewed for a Star-Telegram story about H1N1 and Halloween.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KRLD-AM
Mary Ann Contreras, R.N., injury prevention specialist at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by KRLD-AM (1080) in a story about how to prevent injuries during Halloween.
Texas Health Azle in Azle News
A story about the Levi's and Lace Gala at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle was featured in The Azle News. Winjie Tang Miao, president of the hospital, and Mary Fonville, director of support services and gala chair, were quoted.
Another story about the hospital recently receiving the Premier QUEST award for quality also appeared. Winjie Tang Miao was quoted.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial on Local News
We anticipate that newscasts from KXAS-TV (Ch. 5), KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) and KXTA-TV (Ch. 21) will feature Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital NICU babies dressed up in Halloween costumes. The babies were dressed in tiger, pumpkin, mouse, and zebra costumes.
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