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Texas Health Fort Worth on McClatchy News Service

Texas Health Fort Worth on McClatchy News Service

The nationwide McClatchy News Service ran a story about a patient who had 90 percent of her spine severed in an accident and her determination to walk again. Dr. Michael Hickey, trauma surgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed.

Texas Health Dallas on KXAS-TV, KDFW-TV

Meredith Ratliff, M.S., R.D., L.D., a licensed dietitian at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed about a provision in the new health care bill that would require major restaurant chains to include calorie counts on their menus. Stories appeared on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) and KDFW-TV (Ch. 33).

Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

A lecture at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, funded by the Smith Foundation in honor of Dr. John Harper, a cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas and director of inpatient cardiovascular services, was mentioned in The Dallas Morning News. The lecture hosted guest professor Dr. David Hillis, chairman of the department of medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Hillis discussed the diagnosis and treatment of non-ST elevated acute coronary syndromes, which include certain types of deadly heart attacks.

Texas Health Plano nurse in TCU Paper

Suzanne Staebler, an advanced practice nurse clinical specialist in neonatal services at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was featured in an article in Texas Christian University’s campus newspaper. A student in TCU’s nursing doctoral program, Staebler attended the recent Nurse in Washington Internship conference, hosted by The Nursing Organizations Alliance. She discussed health care policy with Sen. John Cornyn’s and Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison’s legislative staffs, and met personally with Rep. Sam Johnson.


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