Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News
Dr. Craig Crandall, a researcher at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in The Dallas Morning News. The article looked into the effects of exercise in high temperatures and how some athletes can tolerate training in the summer heat.
Texas Health Dallas on KFOR-TV
Dr. Gary Weinstein, a pulmonologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and director of the hospital’s asthma management program, appeared this week on KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City. Weinstein was featured in a story about a new procedure to reduce symptoms of severe asthma. Called bronchial thermoplasty, it is the first-ever non medical treatment for severe, persistent asthma that can give long-term relief to patients, reducing the need for some medications. Texas Health Dallas is the first hospital in North Texas to offer the treatment.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KTVT-TV
Dr. Damond Blueitt, sports medicine primary care physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) in a live segment about how to prevent sports injuries and stay hydrated during two-a-day practices.
Texas Health Plano on NeighborsGo.com
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s recent donation of 551 pairs of jeans to Joseph’s Coat Closet was featured on NeighborsGo.com. The article quoted Danelle Parker, manager of community health.
Texas Health Southwest Fort Wort on ABCNews.com
A story featuring a pilot program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth involving a robotic delivery system that brings nurses supplies and medication was featured on ABCNews.com. Gretchen Hunt, M.S.N., R.N., ACNS-BC, the hospital’s director of critical care, progressive care, and medical/surgical units, and Brooke Brumley, L.V.N., TUG concierge, were interviewed.
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