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Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review

Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review

The Cleburne Times-Review featured a story and photo about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne hosting a groundbreaking ceremony for an $8 million operating room expansion. Quoted in the article were Blake Kretz, hospital president, Barclay Berdan, Texas Health Resources senior executive vice president for system alignment and performance, Doug White, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Foundation, Sam Walls, chairman of the Texas Health Cleburne board, and Dr. Brad Harman, a surgeon on the hospital’s medical staff.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Fort Worth Business Press

Clint Sanders, business relationship specialist for the Executive Health Program and Wellness Programs at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was quoted in an article in this week’s edition of the Fort Worth Business Press about how wellness programs in local companies are on the rise.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial on KXAS-TV, in Fort Worth Business Press

Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital's plans to expand its emergency department were mentioned on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) on Nov. 9 and featured in this week's Fort Worth Business Press. Dr. Hoyt Frenzel, medical director of the emergency department, was quoted in the article.

Texas Health Southwest in Nurses Lounge Magazine

Kristian Rainbow, R.N., B.S.N., was featured in this month's Nurses Lounge magazine for her appointment as the risk manager at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth.

Linda Humphries, R.N., ACNS-BC, CCRN, clinical nurse specialist at Texas Health Southwest, was highlighted as a finalist for the 2009 NurseWeek Nursing Excellence Awards.

Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

Ken Locker, CAT, director of sports marketing for Texas Health Sports Network at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in Nov. 9 editions of The Dallas Morning News. The story highlighted the dangers of concussions and how one local school district is getting serious about treating them and ensuring athletes don't suffer second impact syndrome.


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