AMH graces cover of national magazine|
AMH graces cover of national magazine
Outpatient Surgery magazine, a national publication, features Kory Jones, M.D., surgeon at Arlington Memorial Hospital, on its July cover in a story about the advantages of HD monitors in the OR. In the opening editor’s column, Jones discusses the increased clarity and precision she’s able to see with AMH’s new HD monitors, which are featured in every OR in the $76 million Tom Vandergriff Surgical Tower. Also quoted n the story is Lori Donovan, R.N., MSN, CNOR, administrative director of surgical services at AMH. Photos include Augustus Lyons, M.D., and David Dyslin, M.D., both surgeons on the AMH medical staff, along with Lori Bethel, R.N., AMH director of surgical services.
HMEC featured in Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Harris Methodist Erath County Hospital was featured in the July 8 edition of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune in a story about a film called "4th and Goal." Scenes for the film have been filmed at the hospital. The July 9 paper also featured a photo about the filming.
HMFW in Pulse magazine
Karen Robeano, new vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, was featured in this month’s Pulse magazine for her recent promotion.
HMFW in Advance for Nurses magazine
Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital is featured in this month’s edition of Advance for Nurses magazine in a national pediatric article about the Bubble CPAP system that aids premature babies in breathing. Randy Grubbs, M.D., neonatologist on the medical staff at HMFW, was interviewed for the story with Vicki Malone, R.N.-C, NICU clinical coordinator, Pam White, MSN, R.N., CPNP, NICU clinical nurse educator, and Vicki Hilburn, R.N., NICU nurse.
HMSW's adult sickle cell program and Linda Humphries in Pulse magazine
Linda Humphries, clinical nurse specialist at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital, is recognized in the July/August issue of Pulse magazine, a special publication of The Dallas Morning News. The article discusses her efforts with HMSW's adult sickle cell program and includes a photo.
PHD's Margot Perot Center celebrates 25 years
July 9 marks the 25th anniversary of the Margot Perot Center for Women and Infants at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, the first hospital in the region dedicated exclusively to women and newborns when it opened in 1983. In honor of the event, PHD is giving all new moms who give birth today at the center a dozen sterling roses. Twenty-five years after it opened, the Margot Perot Center is today one of the country's top obstetrical and gynecological centers. WFAA-TV (Channel 8) mentioned the anniversary during its noon news, and more coverage is expected. KTVT-TV (Channel 11) also is expected to mention the anniversary during its evening newscasts.
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