Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
The Dallas Business Journal named Texas Health Resources as one of the “Healthiest Employers in North Texas” in its April 8 edition. Texas Health was ranked No. 2 in the large company category and No. 2 overall of 21 companies that received the award. The article quoted Bonnie Bell, executive vice president for people and culture at Texas Health.
Texas Health Plano on eWeek.com
Dr. Mark Peterman, an interventional cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was quoted in a story on the technology site eWeek.com. This story was about Airstrip Cardiology, a new technology that allows doctors to access patients’ electrocardiograms on the go — either in the hospital or remotely. Previously, physicians would read ECG images from faxes or PDFs on PCs, with the possibility of distortion, yielding potentially inaccurate readings.
Texas Health Plano on Medical News Today
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s SpineAssist spinal surgery robot was recently featured in an article on Medical News Today. The story highlighted the robot’s 2,000th surgery. Dr. Isador Lieberman, a spine surgeon on the medical staff and the medical director of the Scoliosis and Spine Tumor Center at Texas Health Plano, was quoted.
Texas Health HEB on KTVT-TV
The 4 p.m. newscast on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) on April 6 featured Dr. Greg Tichenor, an emergency room physician at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford, talking about measles and the importance of vaccinations.
Texas Health Springwood featured on KDAF-TV
The 9 p.m. newscast on KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) on April 5 featured a story about a study showing how common it is for college-aged girls to discuss their weight. Stacey Johnston, LMSW at Texas Health Springwood Center of Arlington, was interviewed.
Texas Health Today in Dallas Morning News and Star-Telegram
April 11 editions of The Dallas Morning News and Star-Telegram will feature a special section called Texas Health Today that highlights several service lines around the system.
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