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International media report Texas Health Fort Worth and Cleburne role in gas explosion treatment
06/08/2010

International media report Texas Health Fort Worth and Cleburne role in gas explosion treatment

Local, national and international media reported that Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne were involved in the health system response to the Johnson County natural gas explosion Monday afternoon. One explosion victim was brought to Texas Health Fort Worth. Texas Health Cleburne was notified it would be receiving patients, but none arrived. Media quoted Texas Health Fort Worth spokeswoman Whitney Jodry and Pat Stiver, administrative director of Texas Health Harris Cleburne. Click here to see coverage in the Star-Telegram.

Texas Health Dallas in Washington paper

A story about the latest developments in cancer diagnosis is featured in The Wenatchee World. Dr. Melissa Costner, a dermatologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, discusses skin cancer detection. Dr. Katherine Hall, a radiologist and medical director of the Women’s Diagnostic and Breast Center at Texas Health Dallas, spoke about a clinical trial testing the effectiveness of 3-D mammography to detect breast cancer. Click here to read the article.

Racing to the finish line: Texas Health Denton on local and national TV

Local TV stations, as well as stations in California and Washington, covered the roadside birth of a baby whose father was stopped for speeding on the way to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton. While the officer and the father-to-be were discussing the finer points of speed limits, baby Jayden began to make her appearance. Her father did the honors of cutting the umbilical cord. The officer visited the proud parents and Jayden in their room at Texas Health Denton. See reports from KXAS (Ch. 5) and KTVT (Ch. 11).

New Texas Health Allen CQO featured in DMN Neighbors Allen print edition

The appointment of Dr. Robert A. Schwab as chief quality officer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen was featured on Page 6 of the DMN Neighbors’ Allen print edition on Friday. Schwab and THA President Sheila McKinney were quoted in the article.

Texas Health Allen gets coverage of open house for new Cancer Support Community

Several stories appeared over the weekend in The Dallas Morning News Neighbors print editions about the opening of the new Cancer Support Community at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen. An open house for the Cancer Support Community was featured in Sandra Fay’s column, which ran in the Plano/Murphy, Allen, and West Plano Neighbors sections. A full story about the new service, along with a photo, ran in the McKinney Neighbors section on Friday.

Texas Health Allen and Texas Health Plano cancer survivor events in DMN Neighbors print editions

The Allen and McKinney print editions of The Dallas Morning News Neighbors included items about “Celebrating Cancer Survival: Live Happy, Laugh Loud,” a cancer survivor event held at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen on Sunday. The Plano/Murphy and West Plano editions of The Dallas Morning News Neighbors included items about “Celebration of Life,” a cancer survivor event held at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano on Sunday.

 

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