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Local news website featured a story on Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s new SpineAssist surgical robot, one of three in the United States and the only one in Texas. Sara Misuraca, program director of the Scoliosis & Spine Tumor Center at Texas Health Plano, was quoted.

Texas Health Plano on Local News

Local TV stations WFAA-TV (Ch. 8), KDFW-TV (Ch. 4) and KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) reported on Plano triathlete Debbie McGregor, who was injured in a hit-and-run collision with a motorist. McGregor was treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and remains in stable condition.

Local news website also featured the story. The writer, a friend and teammate of McGregor’s, described walking into her hospital room at Texas Health Plano, “like walking into a floral gift shop.”

Texas Health Plano on KRLD-AM

Dr. Gayle Jensen-Savoie, director of Behavioral Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was interviewed by KRLD-AM (1080 AM) for an Aug. 3 story about a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association on pathological Internet use leading to depression in teens.

Texas Health Dallas in The Dallas Morning News

Ken Locker, a certified athletic trainer with the Texas Health Sports Medicine Institute at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in a story in Aug. 3 editions of The Dallas Morning News. The article was part of a series of reports on the dangers of concussions in teenage athletes.

Texas Health HEB, Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth in Nurses Lounge

The current Nurses Lounge magazine featured a salute to Dallas-Fort Worth male nurses. Among the nurses profiled are Michael Scullin, R.N., and Clint White, R.N., both with Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford, and Travis Stuntz, R.N, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Fort Worth Business Press

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth’s Level II trauma status was mentioned in an article in this week’s Fort Worth Business Press. The article ran in conjunction with Cook Children’s Medical Center being accredited as a Level II Trauma Center.


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