Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
The Dallas Business Journal featured the agreement between Texas Health Resources and Methodist Health System to seek collaborative opportunities toward developing a multi-provider accountable care organization (ACO) in its latest issue. Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO, was quoted.
The Dallas Business Journal mentioned that Nanda Lahoud, administrative director for value realization in the Innovative Technology Solutions division of Texas Health Resources, was named one of 25 recipients of CIO magazine’s Ones to Watch award for 2011.
Texas Health Denton, Texas Health Fort Worth, Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Dallas Business Journal
The Dallas Business Journal featured recipients of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation’s annual Employee of the Year awards. Honorees from Texas Health Resources hospitals included Dr. Paul Whatley, orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton — Physician Award; Kenneth Ellis, registered nurse at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth — Special Recognition Award; and Denice Taylor, registered dietician at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital — Employee of the Year Award.
Texas Health Dallas on KXAS-TV
Dr. Gary Gross, an allergist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5). Gross discussed how the cold winter, recent wildfires in West Texas and more carbon dioxide in the air are putting stress on North Texas trees and grasses, resulting in "super pollen." Texas Health
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was mentioned on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) for being one of the four area health care sites holding free skin cancer screenings on May 21. The annual event sponsored by DFW Dermatological Societies and the American Cancer Society.
Texas Health Dallas in NeighborsGo
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was featured in the May 20 NeighborsGo Lake Highlands section. The story explored Texas Health Dallas’ recent participation in a national study to encourage use of best practices to prevent potentially deadly blood clots. The Web version included comments from Phyllis McCorstin, M.S.N., R.N., clinical nurse specialist for critical care/cardiology; Dr. Gary Weinstein, the hospital’s chief of critical care medicine on the medical staff; and Dr. Mark Feldman, chair of internal medicine.
Texas Health Dallas in Richardson Living
Three Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas nurses are featured in this month’s issue of Richardson Living magazine. The item highlights Texas Health Dallas’ three Great 100 nurses: Debra Brosz, M.S.N., R.N., O.N.C., N.E.A.-B.C., nurse manager in neurosurgical and the epilepsy monitoring unit at Texas Health Dallas; Mary Davis, R.N., outpatient surgical charge nurse; and Nancy Reed, R.N.C.-O.B., labor and delivery nurse at Texas Health Dallas.
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