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HMFW, Witham in Star-Telegram

HMFW, Witham in Star-Telegram

William Witham, M.D., trauma surgeon on the medical staff at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, was interviewed in a local section cover story by the Star-Telegram that ran Aug. 23 about the increased number of motorcycle injuries HMFW has seen. Witham, who also rides motorcycles, discussed ways to ride safely and they types of injuries HMFW sees related to motorcyle accidents.

Springwood Program for Women Featured in Fort Worth Business Press

This week's Fort Worth Business Press features the Springwood Program for Women, the first hospital-based intensive outpatient program specializing in treating women with depression. Ramona Osburn, MBA, director of Springwood, the mental health and addiction treatment facility at Harris Methodist HEB Hospital, shares how the program began.

Ignacio Nunez, M.D., OB/GYN and president of the medical staff at Arlington Memorial Hosptial, discussed how the program provides a resource for patients who are struggling depression. The Springwood Program for Women provides treatment just for women with depression stemming from postpartum depression, infant loss, or hormone-related issues such as menopause and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. The new program is offered at both AMH and HMHEB.

HMSW Promotions Mentioned in Fort Worth Business Press

A brief in the Fort Worth Business Press mentioned the promotion of two employees at Harris Methodist Southwest Hospital: Gina Sparks to nurse manager of the progressive care and medical telemetry units, and Julius Quinn to nurse manager of medical and surgical services.

PHP featured in Plano Star Courier

Presbyterian Hospital of Plano was featured in a front-page article in the Plano Star Courier on Texas Health Resources' "Gift from the Heart" campaign and new branding strategy. PHP president Phil Wentworth was quoted in the story, which localized the campaign to the Plano area.


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