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Texas Health Kaufman in Athens Daily Review

Texas Health Kaufman in Athens Daily Review

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman recently became the first hospital in Texas to receive Level III stroke certification from the Department of Health and Human Services. A story about the certification, designed to recognize smaller hospitals that have implemented advanced stroke-treatment programs, recently appeared in the Athens Daily Review. The story included comments from Patsy Youngs, president of Texas Health Kaufman; Robin Roberts, R.N., stroke coordinator; Denise Claussen, chief nursing officer; and Drs. Paul Roberts and Jeff Butterfield, emergency medicine physicians on the hospital’s medical staff.

Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram

An article in Feb. 12 editions of the Star-Telegram talked about the perinatal grief program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and the compassionate care a patient received after losing her child.

Texas Health Resources in HealthLeaders

An article on health care technology innovation in the February issue of HealthLeaders included comments by Ed Marx, chief information officer of Texas Health Resources, and Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, system chief medical information officer. The article spotlighted Texas Health’s use of the electronic health record to help reduce hospital-acquired blood clots.


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