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Texas Health Sports Medicine in Business Week, on drugs.com
02/08/2010

Texas Health Sports Medicine in Business Week, on drugs.com

Business Week and drugs.com featured the release of new data by Texas Health Sports Medicine about concussions among North Texas teenagers. Dr. Damond Blueitt, primary care and sports medicine physician on the medical staff of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was quoted. The research done by Texas Health Sports Medicine, which is based out of Texas Health Fort Worth and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, is working to bring awareness about the damage concussions can cause.

Texas Health HEB in American Medical News

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford’s Doc Shop events were featured in this week’s edition of the American Medical News. Drs. Manisha Parikh, Emily Emmet and Barbara Webster, OB/GYNs on the medical staff, and Mandy Forbus, Sr. Marketing Specialist, were quoted. The story also was featured on the Seniors World Chronicle Web site.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial on WFAA-TV

A new robotic catheter system at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital that treats heart rhythm disorders will be featured Feb. 8 on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8) during the 10 p.m. newscast. Dr. William Nesbitt, electrophysiologist on the medical staff, was interviewed.

Texas Health Azle on KTVT-TV

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle was mentioned on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) in a story about recent water outages in Azle. The story mentioned the hospital’s efforts to keep patients safe and healthy, and discussed the hospital’s decision to divert patients and cancel elective surgeries until the issue is resolved.

Texas Health Plano in Plano Star Courier

Dr. Leena Sharan, a cardiologist on the medical staff of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was quoted in a Plano Star Courier story about heart health awareness.

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