Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News 06/28/2010
Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Morning News included Texas Health Resources in a June 27 article on how some area health care systems are dealing with potential attempts to unionize nurses. The article discussed Texas Health’s proactive strategy to provide a positive working environment and above-market compensation for nurses. Joan Clark, Texas Health chief nursing executive, was quoted, and Gwendolyn Johnson, emergency department nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was pictured in the print edition.
Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press
The Fort Worth Business Press reported that Texas Health Resources was named No. 34 on Computerworld’s annual “Best Places to Work in IT” list. This was the third consecutive year for Texas Health to appear on the list, and it was one of eight health systems or hospitals recognized.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
A story ran in June 26 editions of the Star-Telegram about the increase in snake bite patients seen at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and injury prevention tips on how to keep safe from snake bites this season. Dr. David Smith, medical director of the trauma program at Texas Health Fort Worth, was interviewed.
Another article ran in June 27 editions of Star-Telegram in the “Watchdog” column about the hospital’s billing practices.
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