Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News 05/03/2012
Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News
A story in May 3 editions of The Dallas Morning News featured the Center for SAFE Healing (Sexual Assault Forensic Exam) at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Nurses at the center are certified sexual assault nurse examiners who are trained to provide comprehensive care to victims of abuse, from properly collecting evidence to encouraging follow-up through support groups and other services. The Texas Health Dallas SANE program and construction of the SAFE suite were funded by a $1.5 million gift from the W.W. Caruth Foundation in 2010. The story included comments from Loren Larkin, B.S.N., R.N., M.A., CEN, CPEN, CA-SANE, the Texas Health Dallas nurse leader who coordinates the SANE program.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Mark Till, chair of emergency medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed yesterday on KRLD (1080 AM). He spoke about concussions and how brain injuries can cause depression.
Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth on WFAA-TV
The Xenex, a new machine used for decontaminating hospital rooms at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, was featured in a story on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8). Kathy Rhodes, coordinator of infection prevention for Texas Health Southwest, and clinical manager Heba Baassiri were interviewed.
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