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Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM

Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM

Dr. Sean Black, an emergency medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed May 7 on KRLD-AM (1080). He discussed a new wireless technology that instantly sends EKGs from paramedics to hospital computers and doctors' smart phones. The technology will help Texas Health Dallas further reduce door-to-balloon times and help prevent heart-muscle damage in patients suffering ST-elevated heart attacks.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Azle in Nurses Lounge

This month’s issue of Nurses Lounge features Donna Bertram, RN, MBA, NEA-BC, FAAN, chief nursing officer of Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, and Rita Prestage, R.N., staff nurse at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, in an article on nurses who have been in the field for more than 40 years.

Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth in Modern Healthcare

A story in Modern Healthcare highlighted Gerald Kissentaner, an army soldier in Iraq who was “present” for his baby’s birth at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth through a video call using the free Internet service Skype. The story mentioned Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital provided this service for another soldier last year.

Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville’s Wound Care Services was featured in the Stephenville Empire-Tribune on May 9. Patty Weidemann, program director, and Christopher Leu, hospital president, were quoted.

Texas Health Cleburne in Glen Rose Reporter

The Glen Rose Reporter featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne’s Great 100 Nurse honorees. The article quoted nurses Laurie Ratliff and Nettie Davis-Geistweidt.

Texas Health Cleburne in Corsicana Daily Sun

The Corsicana Daily Sun featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne’s recent Pink Bag Lunch and Women’s forum. The article quoted Blake Kretz, FACHE, hospital president.


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