Texas Health Resources in Texas Hospitals Magazine|
Texas Health Resources in Texas Hospitals Magazine
The January/February issue of Texas Hospitals reported the selection of Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health Resources CEO, as chairman of the Dallas County Community College District Foundation’s board of directors, and Joan Clark, Texas Health chief nurse executive, as a district director of the Texas Organization of Nurse Executives. The issue also reported the appointment of Britt Berrett as president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Sheila Chhutani, an OB-GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed Feb. 19 on KRLD-AM (1080). Chhutani spoke about a new study connecting soda consumption by pregnant women with gestational diabetes.
Texas Health Dallas on Florida Newscast
Dr. Jeffery Krueger, a plastic surgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was featured recently on WLCY-TV in Tampa, Fla. Krueger discussed a new type of breast reconstruction that utilizes natural tissue while sparing muscle, which helps patients recover faster and retain abdominal strength.
Texas Health Sports Medicine, Texas Health Fort Worth on KXAS-TV
KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) featured a story on on 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 interviewed. Texas Health Sports Medicine is based out of Texas Health Fort Worth and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.
Texas Health Research & Education in Texas Hospitals Magazine
The January/February issue of Texas Hospitals reported that Texas Health Research & Education Institute received the 2010 Great Idea Award for hospitals and health systems from the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education.
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