MedicalEdge, PhyServe Acquisitions in Local Papers, Health Care Sites|
MedicalEdge, PhyServe Acquisitions in Local Papers, Health Care Sites
Texas Health Resources’ related acquisitions of MedicalEdge Healthcare Group and PhyServe were reported in area and health care media. The combination of the two entities positions Texas Health closer to where patients live and work and enhances the ability to serve patients throughout the lifetime of their changing medical needs and requirements. The MedicalEdge transaction is believed to be the second-largest of its kind ever in the U.S. Texas Health Resources CEO Doug Hawthorne and Dr. Michael Stoltz, president of Texas Health Physicians Group, were quoted. Coverage appeared in the print editions of The Dallas Morning News and Star-Telegram and on HealthLeaders and Becker’s Hospital Review websites.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Amy Hayes, a pediatrician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed on KRLD-AM (1080). She discussed a new study that shows children with weight problems often have unhealthy habits that started very early in life.
Texas Health HEB featured on KDAF-TV
The 9 p.m. newscast of KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) featured the story on Jan. 4 of a NICU patient at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford. Texas Health HEB NICU nurse Candy Bruton was interviewed.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
Dr. Elliott Trotter, emergency physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by the Star-Telegram in an article about how rare it is for a 17-year-old to have a brain aneurysm.
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