DFWHC’s Love discusses National Nurses Day and the COVID-19 vaccine on KRLD


In an interview yesterday on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD, DFW Hospital Council President/CEO Stephen Love discussed National Nurses Day and the COVID-19 vaccine. “If you haven’t gotten your vaccination, let me tell you how to honor the nurses,” said Love. “Go get you vaccine as soon as possible.” Love said you can’t provide too much education when it comes to achieving … Read More

DFWHC’s Love discusses one-year anniversary of COVID-19 pandemic in KRLD interview


In an interview yesterday on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD, DFW Hospital Council President/CEO Stephen Love discussed the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. “When the first case came to North Texas, the reality sank in – this truly is a pandemic,” said Love. “Based on everything the physicians had said, it was going to spread quickly, and how … Read More

DFWHC’s Love discusses Texas winter storm in State of Reform interview


In an interview posted last week on the State of Reform website, DFW Hospital Council President/CEO Stephen Love discussed the winter storm that devastated most of Texas. “Texas was hit pretty hard,” said Love. “Some of the hospitals experienced some power problems. Some experienced water problems, and they had problems with people coming to the emergency rooms for non-emergency things … Read More

Active Shooter Training Workshop on June 21


Both Tarrant and Dallas counties will host an Active Shooter Consequence Management Training Workshop on Thursday, June 21 at the Richardson Civic Center from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The educational event is geared towards emergency managers, emergency responders, health and hospital personnel, municipal and county managers, public works personnel, human resource directors and other municipal, county and state officials. … Read More

Local hospitals participating in Hurricane Harvey relief


The rains may have stopped (for the time being), but hospital relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Harvey have continued throughout the week in North Texas. While the number of evacuees has not reached the overwhelming totals from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when an estimated 26,000 people arrived in Dallas, the storm has kept the region’s hospitals on alert. Medical … Read More

Hurricane Harvey – How North Texans can help


Excerpted from a Dallas Morning News story by Cassandra Jaramillo and Loyd Brumfield Hundreds of Harvey evacuees have come to Dallas-Fort Worth to avoid the damage and danger of the storms. Here’s how North Texans can help, with shelter, supplies and volunteer efforts: Volunteer: CITY OF DALLAS: Volunteers may be needed to help evacuees at designated recreation centers. Volunteers can … Read More

Donation Day to be held in Fort Worth


Excerpted from a Fort Worth Star-Telegram story by Lauren Gustus We’ve been glued to our phones and televisions since Harvey first struck Texas. The rains have passed but the need has not and will not. Families and friends are stuck in their homes. Many of us are keeping in touch but cannot get to them. Evacuees are starting to come … Read More