PHD’s Merrill in Dallas Business Journal|
PHD’s Merrill in Dallas Business Journal
This week's edition of the Dallas Business Journal includes a Q&A feature with Mark H. Merrill, president of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas and senior vice president of Texas Health Resources. In the interview, Merrill spoke about everything from his childhood in North Carolina, to his family life, to his passion for health care.
PHD Pulmonary Technology Featured in NurseWeek
The current edition of NurseWeek magazine includes a story about a new technology being used by pulmonologists at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. The electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy utilizes global positioning technology to generate 3-D images of complex lung structures.
AMH Featured in Tarrant County Physician
Arlington Memorial Hospital's new Heart Failure Clinic is profiled in this month's issue of Tarrant County Physician. Since its inception in March, the clinic has seen more than 125 heart failure patients.
HMFW in Fort Worth Business Press
Gayle Wilkins, R.N., and Dana McGuirk, R.N., nurse navigators in the Klabzuba Cancer Center at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, were interviewed by the Fort Worth Business Press for an article about the need for nurse navigators in the cancer treatment process.
Springwood Physician on WBAP-AM
Charles Herlihy, M.D., medical director of adult behavioral health at Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital, the mental health and substance abuse treatment facility at Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, was featured on WBAP-AM (820) discussing the impact that current economic woes have on people's mental health. Springwood has seen an influx of patients in the recent months, and many attribute their higher stress levels to pressures from layoffs, high debt and foreclosure.
Harris Methodist Southwest in Star-Telegram
A brief in the Star-Telegram mentioned the promotion of Gina Sparks to manager of the progressive care and medical telemetry units at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital.
TREI’s Peterson Featured in Star-Telegram
The Texas Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (TACME) installed Marilyn Peterson, director of continuing medical education (CME) for The Research and Education Institute for Texas Health Resources (TREI), as president for a two-year term. The news was featured in the Aug. 16 issue of the Star-Telegram.
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