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Texas Health Resources, Texas Health Alliance in Star-Telegram
08/03/2011

Texas Health Resources, Texas Health Alliance in Star-Telegram

The Star-Telegram featured an article about the growing number of jobs in Alliance, Texas, and Texas Health Resources’ newest hospital, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance. The article focuses on new jobs created by the health care sector.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Dallas Business Journal

The Dallas Business Journal mentioned that Lori Donovan, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N., CNOR, had been named the new chief nursing officer at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital.

Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News featured an article about sleep styles that influence whether you are a morning or evening person. Dr. Philip Becker, a sleep expert and medical director of the Sleep Medicine Institute at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, talked about how light exposure plays an important role in sleep-wake schedules.

Texas Health Kaufman in Suburbia News

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman was recently featured in a story in Suburbia News. The article focused on the child automobile safety initiative at the hospital and quoted Pat Jackson, community relations specialist. The program offers car seat checkups and car-safety classes once a month.

Texas Health Plano on NeighborsGo.com

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s new chief quality officer, Dr. Stephen K. Hadzima, was featured on NeighborsGo.com. The article quoted Dr. Hadzima and Dr. Jeffrey Canose, hospital president.

Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth on WFAA-TV

A story on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8) featured a pilot program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth involving a robotic delivery system that brings nurses supplies and medication. Gretchen Hunt, MSN, RN, ACNS- BC, the hospital’s director of critical care, progressive care, and medical/surgical units, and Brooke Brumley, LVN, TUG concierge, were interviewed.

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