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Texas Health Fort Worth on Local News
10/28/2011

Texas Health Fort Worth on Local News

We anticipate a story about the new March of Dimes NICU Family Support Program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth will appear on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5), KDFW-TV (Ch. 4) and KDAF-TV (Ch. 33). Dora Acosta, the NICU family support specialist, was interviewed.

Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Star-Telegram

Dr. Bohn Allen, chairman of the board of trustees at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, was featured in the Star-Telegram for being honored with the Texas Medical Association's Distinguished Service Award on Saturday, the state's highest physician honor.

Texas Health Allen on AllenCityLimits.com

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen’s upcoming breast cancer event was featured in an article on  AllenCityLimits.com. The article quoted Dr. Radha Iyengar, a breast surgeon on the medical staff at the hospital. The article also mentioned other physicians participating in the panel discussion on October 29: Dr. Sashidhar Reddy, a board certified medical oncologist; Dr. Mark Engleman, a board-certified radiation oncologist; and Dr. Charles Slack, a board certified and fellowship trained plastic surgeon.

Texas Health Research & Education in Dallas Business Journal

The Dallas Business Journal included an article a research study administered by Texas Health Research & Education Institute in an article on local technology companies pursuing mobile health programs. The pilot program uses technology to remotely monitor patients with congestive heart failure to determine if the monitoring will help reduce readmissions.

Texas Health Today in Dallas Morning News, Star-Telegram

Oct. 30 editions of The Dallas Morning News and Star-Telegram will feature a special section called Texas Health Today. The special section highlights technology and tools in Texas Health hospitals that help make healthier hearts. Readers will also learn more about our partnership with the American Heart Association and the Go Red for Women campaign.

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