Guests from UTSW, Parkland and Methodist discuss pandemic surge on “The Human Side of Health Care”

08/02/2021

Episode 31 of the second year of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion detailed the COVID-19 variant exploding across North Texas and “back to school” fears. Guests included: • Dr. Robert Haley, Director of the Division of Epidemiology at UT Southwestern; • Dr. … Read More

Guests from Medical City and Texas Health highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

07/26/2021

Episode 30 of the second year of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion detailed new technologies in neonatal intensive care and best health practices when it comes to your spine and back. Guests included: • Dr. Clair Schwendeman, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Medical … Read More

Guests from Methodist and Texas Health highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

07/19/2021

Episode 29 of the second year of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion detailed the ramifications of the COVID-19 “variant” in North Texas and a new treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease. Guests included: • Dr. Leigh Hunter, Infectious Disease Specialist at Methodist Health System; … Read More

Guests from Methodist, Texas Health and Parkland highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

07/13/2021

Episode 28 of the second year of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion detailed COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in North Texas and “healthcare transformations” over the past year. Guests included: • Dr. Leigh Hunter, Infectious Disease Specialist at Methodist Health System; • Winjie Tang … Read More

Hall Render Blog: Vaccine Consternation – Should COVID-19 vaccines be required?

06/11/2021

The following is a blog posted by DFW Hospital Council Associate Member Hall Render. For questions, please contact Chris Wilson at chrisw@dfwhc.org. After more than a year of global turmoil resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, a light at the end of the tunnel is beginning to emerge. So far this year, several drug manufacturers, including Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & … Read More

DFWHC’s Spring 2021 Interlocutor is now available

05/17/2021

The Spring 2021 edition of the DFW Hospital Council’s (DFWHC) Interlocutor magazine is now available. Click the graphic or link below to read about the dangerous February snowstorm that pounded North Texas while hospitals, for the most part, were able to avoid its wrath. You can also read about DFWHC’s “Every Shot Counts!” campaign and a Hall Render story on … Read More

Vaccine Clinic available at Haltom City on May 6

05/04/2021

Haltom City and MedStar will be hosting a one-day COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Thursday, May 6 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the American Legion Post 655. Up to 1,000 Moderna vaccines will be available to all eligible adults 18 years of age or older. Registration is preferred but not required. You can reserve your vaccine at https://usa.quickscreen.health/medstar-vaccination#/screening. For … Read More

Guests from Parkland, UTSW and Prism highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

05/03/2021

Episode 18 of the second year of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast on Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion detailed an inspiring COVID-19 survival story, the possibility of herd immunity and childhood vaccinations. Guests included: • Dr. Satyam Nayak, Internal Medicine at Parkland Health & Hospital System and UT … Read More

Vaccine Clinic available at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church on Friday

04/29/2021

The City of Fort Worth and MedStar will be hosting a one-day COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Friday, April 30 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. at the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Up to 1,000 vaccines will be available to all eligible adults 18 years of age or older. The first and second dose of Moderna vaccines will be available. … Read More