Texas Health Resources, Adventist Agreement in Local News|
Texas Health Resources, Adventist Agreement in Local News
North Texas and health care media reported the agreement between Texas Health Resources and Adventist Health System to form a joint venture company to own and manage Huguley Memorial Medical Center. Texas Health CEO Doug Hawthorne was quoted. Artcles appeared in the Star-Telegram, Cleburne Times-Review, Burleson Star, ModernHealthcare.com and The Dallas Morning News.
Texas Health Resources, Laura W. Bush Institute on Amarillo Newscasts
Texas Health Resources’ collaboration with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health was featured on Amarillo TV stations. Dr. Arlene Betancourt, the collaboration’s physician champion and an internal medicine specialist with Texas Health Physicians Group, was interviewed on KVII-TV (Ch. 7) and Deena McAllister, marketing director for Texas Health, was interviewed on KFDA-TV (Ch. 10). The initiative will leverage community involvement, education and research to empower women in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to take control of their health.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Gary Gross, chief of allergy and immunology at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was recently interviewed on KRLD-AM (1080). Gross spoke about the unusually harsh allergy season, which is affecting tens of thousands of North Texans who don’t normally have sinus problems.
Texas Health Rockwall in Dallas Business Journal
The current Dallas Business Journal featured the promotion of Cindy Paris to president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall. Paris previously was senior vice president/chief operations officer.
Texas Health Ben Hogan on KXAS-TV
Amy Goodson, registered dietitian for the Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine program at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, appeared on the KXAS-TV Channel 5.2 program Nonstop Nightly in an interview about working out in preparation for swimsuit season.
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