Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
The Dallas Business Journal highlighted Texas Health Resources hospitals using Twitter, Facebook, blogs and other forms of social media in a Dec. 7 story about how hospitals are adapting to the new communication media. The article quoted Whitney Jodry, senior public relations specialist for Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, and Megan Brooks, senior public relations specialist for Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth.
Another story about hospitals using Twitter to share surgeries, births and other real-time experiences mentioned Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital tweeting a spine surgery and the birth of a baby whose military father watched from Iraq through Skype.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial in ADVANCE for Nurses
Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital's inpatient hospice unit was highlighted in ADVANCE for Nurses magazine. Oncology nurses Mary Teague, R.N., Jane McNelis, R.N., OCN, CCAP, Ronnie Sullivan, R.N., CCAP, and pulmonologist Dr. Toni Su were featured in the story, which discusses end-of-life care and holistic approaches being used to relieve patients' symptoms.
Texas Health Allen on neighborsgo.com
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen was featured on neighborsgo.com regarding its recent establishment of dry cleaning and laundry service for patients and families, employees, and physicians and their staffs through the hospital’s gift shop. Stacie Pearson, buyer and manager of Texas Health Allen’s gift shops, was quoted.
Texas Health Kaufman in The Kaufman Herald
Pat Jackson, community representative at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman, and Mark Sanders, R.N., director of critical care medicine at Texas Health Kaufman, were quoted recently in a story in the Kaufman Herald about free fever kits available in the hospital’s emergency room.
Texas Health Dallas on KDAF-TV
Dr. Nisarg Shah, an emergency medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, appeared in a story on KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) about the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission’s new policy encouraging underage drinkers to seek medical attention for alcohol poisoning.
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