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Texas Health Southlake, Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery in Modern Healthcare

Texas Health Southlake, Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery in Modern Healthcare

Modern Healthcare magazine released rankings within its previously announced “2010 Best Places to Work in Healthcare” list. Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southlake was ranked 16th out of 100 organizations, while Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery Plano was No. 96.

Texas Health Resources on FierceHealthIT Website

FierceHealthIT named Ed Marx, chief information officer of Texas Health Resources, as one of the “10 disruptive forces in health IT.” The website recognized Texas Health’s use of social media and innovation in health information exchange.

Texas Health Resources on KXAS-TV

Elizabeth and Alexandra Perez, twin sisters and patient care technicians at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, were featured on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) at 6 p.m. on Oct. 18. The sisters work part-time at the hospital and are working toward their nursing degrees through Texas Health Resources’ Youth Prodigy Program.

Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal

The Dallas Business Journal included the appointment of Robert D. “Bob” Jones as senior vice president-treasury and chief investment officer for Texas Health Resources, as an announcement in its current issue.

Texas Health Burleson in Star-Telegram

The opening of Texas Health Harris Methodist Outpatient Center Burleson’s emergency department was recently featured in the Star-Telegram’s Burleson Cleburne Crowley Close Up section. The article quoted Becky Tucker, administrator of Texas Health Burleson, and Dr. Brad Commons, medical director of the emergency department.

Texas Health Rockwall on KXAS-TV

Dr. Greg Bonacquisti, medical director on the medical staff of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall, was interviewed on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) about a spike in the number of patients with a stomach virus.

Texas Health Plano in NeighborsGo

The Plano and West Plano print editions of NeighborsGo featured stories about a free primary care clinic that opened earlier this month in west Plano for indigent Collin County residents. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano committed $40,000 to the clinic, along with volunteers. Texas Health Plano Community Outreach Prevention and Education Manager Danelle Parker was quoted.


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