Texas Health Resources' "Gift From the Heart" Receives Additional Media Coverage|
Texas Health Resources' "Gift From the Heart" Receives Additional Media Coverage
The story about Texas Health Resources' new brand and donation of AEDs to 51 North Texas schools has continued to garner national, international and industry media attention this week. News services to pick up the story include Reuters, HealthLeadersMedia, Healthcare Industry Today, Yahoo!Politics, Texas State House News Service, US Politics Today, BioWorld Online, the local NBC affiliate in Corpus Christi, and the local CBS affiliate in Palm Springs, Calif.
McGuirk, HMFW on KXAS-TV
Dana McGuirk, R.N., breast health nurse navigator at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital was interviewed live at 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 19 by KXAS-TV (Channel 5) in a story about Christina Applegate’s breast cancer surgery. McGuirk talked about why more women are choosing to have a double mastectomy upon diagnosis.
Rush, HMFW on KRLD-AM
Steven Rush, M.D., trauma surgeon at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, was interviewed by KRLD-AM (1080) radio in a story about the increased number of injuries reported from cheerleading. This story was scheduled to air during drive time on Aug. 20.
PHD Labor and Delivery Featured on KDFW-TV
Dallas Stars goalie Marty Turco and his wife welcomed their baby boy into the world Monday afternoon at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. KDFW-TV (Channel 4) got a behind-the-scenes look at the PHD's labor and delivery unit, as the Turco family anxiously awaited the delivery of their third child. Stories appeared Aug. 18 and 19 on Channel 4.
PHD Sleep Expert on KDFW-TV
For many kids, summer means staying up late and sleeping in. Dr. Nabeel Farah, a sleep medicine specialist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, was on KDFW-TV's (Channel 4) Good Day on Aug. 20 to discuss how parents can get their kids back into good sleep cycles as the first day of school approaches for North Texas youngsters.
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