Posts Tagged ‘Baylor Scott & White Health’

Guests from Medical City and Baylor Scott & White highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 36 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion focused on struggles with breast cancer and women in healthcare management roles. Guests included: • Janet St. James, Vice President Communications, Medical City Healthcare; • and Dr. Ann Wilson, Chief […]

Guests from Baylor S&W and Texas Health highlight yesterday’s “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 24 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the re-opening of hospital services during COVID-19 and an innovative hip and knee replacement program allowing residents to live a pain-free lifestyle. Guests included: • Mike Sanborn, President, Baylor […]

Guests from Baylor S&W, Medical City and TSRHC highlight yesterday’s “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 23 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included available COVID-19 resources and a “Work Return” program developed in North Texas that has been implemented across the U.S. Guests included: • Dr. Ann Warren, Co-director Trauma Research, Baylor […]

Methodist, Baylor Scott & White and SW Transplant guests highlight “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 22 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included changes in trauma care during these trying times and local teamwork involving organ donations and surgeries. Guests included: • Patti Niles, President/CEO, Southwest Transplant Alliance; • Dr. Darryl Amos, […]

Guests from Baylor Scott & White, UT Dallas highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 21 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included a COVID-19 financial forecast in North Texas and the recent phenomenon of local residents’ fear of calling 9-1-1. Guests included: • John McCracken, Clinical Professor of Healthcare Management at […]