Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News
Texas Health Resources was mentioned in a Nov. 10 Dallas Morning News article on the Thomson Reuters report on positive health care financial trends. Wendell Watson, Texas Health director of public relations, was quoted.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial on Local Newscasts
We anticipate that the Nov. 10 groundbreaking of Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital's emergency department expansion will be featured on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) and WFAA-TV (Ch. 8). Hospital President Kirk King, FACHE, and Dr. Hoyt Frenzel, medical director of the emergency department, were interviewed.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KXAS-TV
We anticipate seeing a story on Nov. 10 on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) about misuse of antibiotics and the long-term issues people can have from taking too many antibiotics. Dr. Joseph Prosser, chief quality officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, and Troy Stillings, Pharm.D., pharmacist at Texas Health Fort Worth, were interviewed.
Texas Health Dallas in Advance for Nurses
The opening of the Hamon Tower at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was featured in the current edition of Advance for Nurses magazine. The story focused on the input from nurses that helped shape the design of the $220 million facility. Cindy Ekes, R.N., Doug Willis, R.N. and Martha Steinbauer, R.N., CNO, were mentioned.
Texas Health Springwood Hospital on KDAF-TV
KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) featured a story on its 9 p.m. newscast on Nov. 9 that touched on the potential psychological impacts of a violent new video game. Dr. John Naus, a psychiatrist on the medical staff of Texas Health Springwood Hospital, commented on the role of video games.
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