Dr. Kimberly Barksdale, a pediatrician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen, was interviewed on KRLD-AM (1080) about the impact of secondhand smoke on children.
Texas Health Denton in 380 News
The Joint Commission’s certification of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton as a Primary Stroke Center was featured in The 380 News. Texas Health Denton is the first hospital in Denton County to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval as a Primary Stroke Center. Kathy Srokosz, R.N., the hospital’s interim chief nursing officer, was quoted.
Texas Health Dallas on NeighborsGo.com
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas is featured in an article on NeighborsGo.com about an upcoming showing of the movie Hot Flash Havoc, hosted by Texas Health Dallas. In addition to addressing various female health topics, the movie challenges many of the conclusions of the Women’s Health Initiative, which doctors say falsely concluded that hormone replacement therapy causes an increase in heart disease, osteoporosis, and colorectal and breast cancer. The story included comments from three physicians on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas: Drs. Archana Ganaraj (breast surgeon), Jane Nokleberg (OB-GYN) and Frances Crites (OB-GYN). They’ll be part of a panel discussion after the movie, along with Drs. Angela Angel and Jay Staub, OB-GYNs on the Texas Health Dallas medical staff.
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