Texas Health Resources in HealthLeaders Media|
Texas Health Resources in HealthLeaders Media
HealthLeaders Media reported Texas Health Resources’ participation in QUEST: High Performing Hospitals, a national hospital improvement collaborative. Twelve Texas Health hospitals are collaborating in QUEST to improve quality and reduce costs. The article quoted Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO.
Texas Health Sports Concussion Management Program in Local Media
Newspaper and TV reports featured the release of new data by Texas Health Sports Medicine about concussions among North Texas teenagers. KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) interviewed Dr. Damond Blueitt, primary care and sports medicine physician on the medical staff of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, while The Dallas Morning News interviewed Ken Locker, a certified athletic trainer with Texas Health Sports Medicine, which is based from Texas Health Fort Worth and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KTVT-TV
A story on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) 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.
We anticipate seeing a story on KTVT-TV featuring Dr. John Willard, medical director of the Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth Heart Center. The story is focusing on women and heart disease. This interview is in conjunction with the American Heart Association and National Wear Red Day.
Texas Health Southwest on WFAA-TV, KXAS-TV
We anticipate that WFAA-TV (Ch. 8) and KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) will feature babies and nurses at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth wearing red for Go Red for Women Day.
Texas Health Southwest on KXAS-TV
KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) featured a story on Feb. 4 about a mother at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth giving her baby up for adoption to her brother and his wife who cannot conceive. Amy Decker, R.N., labor and delivery nurse, was interviewed.
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