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Texas Health Resources in Star-Telegram

Texas Health Resources in Star-Telegram

The Jan. 31 editions of the Star-Telegram reported the appointment of Jonathan Scholl as executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Texas Health Resources.

Texas Health Resources Fort Worth Business Press

The Feb. 1 edition of the Fort Worth Business Press reported that Joan Clark, senior vice president and chief nurse executive for Texas Health Resources, was elected to the board of the Texas Organization of Nurse Executives to represent North Texas.

Texas Health Fort Worth, Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Star-Telegram

A front-page article in Jan. 30 editions of the Star-Telegram highlighted the Faith Community Nursing Program that was started at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. Paulette Golden, manager of community health at Texas Health Fort Worth, was interviewed. The article also focused on a patient whose life was saved by the faith community nurses at his church who were in the right place at the right time. The patient received treatment for a stroke at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram

Karen Robeano, R.N., chief nursing officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed for a Star-Telegram story about how difficult it is for nurses to get jobs in this economy. Robeano focused on the hospital’s medical-surgical residency program and the high number of applicants the hospital has received.

Texas Health Dallas in San Antonio Express-News

A Feb. 1 story in the San Antonio Express-News highlighted a major study at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The story included comments from Dr. Benjamin Levine, IEEM director, who talked about the research program, which is looking into the effects of exercise on the aging heart.


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