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AMH Heart Failure Clinic Featured in Nurse Week

AMH Heart Failure Clinic Featured in Nurse Week

Arlington Memorial Hospital's new Heart Failure Clinic, part of AMH's $23 million expansion of its Emergency Department, is featured in Nurse Week magazine and Clinic manager Terri Nabozny, R.N., discussed the benefits of a program dedicated entirely to the needs of heart failure patients. Since the clinic opened in the spring, Nabozny has seen more than 125 patients.

PHD's Brough in DMN Healthy Living

Dr. Jonathan Brough, an OB/GYN at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, is quoted in an Aug. 5 story in The Dallas Morning News. The story, which appears in a Healthy Living special section on parents and babies, looks into what moms go through in the first six weeks after delivery.

PHD Mentioned in Dallas Morning News

A front-page story about the North Texas heat wave in the Aug. 5 Dallas Morning News includes mention of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. During July, the PHD emergency department treated 14 patients with heat-related illnesses. That's up from 1 patient during July 2007, and up from a summer average of about 4 heat-related cases a month.

PHD dietician on KRLD-AM

Melinda Safir, MS, RD, LD, a clinical dietician at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, was the featured medical expert on KRLD-AM (1080) on Aug. 4. Safir talked about whether pizza made with wheat crust and organic toppings is any healthier than traditional recipes.


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