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Methodist Dallas First Hospital in DFW To Receive Baby-Friendly Designation

by Pamala Gessling, MBA, BSN, RNC-OB, NEA-BC Director of Nursing, Women and Children’s Services Methodist Dallas Medical Center February 10, 2015, was a big day for moms and their babies at Methodist Dallas Medical Center. That’s the day the hospital … Continue reading

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From RT to RN: Taking on a new role in the NICU

by Stephanie Cunningham, RN Methodist Dallas Medical Center A few weeks ago, I told you my story about becoming a respiratory therapist (RT). My grandfather’s battle with emphysema reinforced my desire as a young child to care for others. For … Continue reading

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Methodist Richardson Medical Center Announces $120 Million Expansion

By Ken Hutchenrider Jr., FACHE President, Methodist Richardson Medical Center The city of Richardson just got some great news. Methodist Richardson Medical Center is planning a $120 million, four-story, 125-bed acute care hospital for the Bush/Renner campus. As the leader … Continue reading

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Helping Newborns Breathe: Why I Chose Respiratory Therapy in the NICU

By Stephanie Cunningham, RN, RRT Methodist Dallas Medical Center Life is full of surprises. That’s certainly true for my career. For 28 years I’ve worked as a respiratory therapist, mostly in the neonatal intensive care unit at Methodist Dallas Medical … Continue reading

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