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  • Ladies rule! Meet the first woman to be president of a North Texas health system. Pam Stoyanoff oversees Methodist's four hospitals, 1,200 physicians, and 7,600 employees. Read more about her in this feature from D CEO.

    Meet the First Woman To Be President of a North Texas Health System - D Magazine

    Why you need to know her: Pamela Stoyanoff is the first female president of a health system in North Texas. She oversees Methodist Health System's four hospitals, 1,200 physicians, and 7,600 employees. Raised in the Midwest, Stoyanoff is a classically trained flautist who had early dreams of playing for the Chicago Symphony, but Stoyanoff's career took a turn in college.

  • Don't move! Don't forget! Methodist Charlton's RN Virtual Career Fair is coming THIS WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.! All you have to do is stay put, sign on, and get connected to what may be your best career ever. Seriously! RSVP:

  • To infinity and beyond! NICU graduates and their families had a blast at Methodist Richardson’s "Toy Story"–themed NICU reunion.

    To Infinity and Beyond! Woody, Buzz,... - Methodist Richardson Medical Center

    To Infinity and Beyond! Woody, Buzz, Forky, Bonnie, and even Billy Goat Gruff had a blast at Methodist Richardson's Toy Story-themed NICU reunion. NICU...

  • Employees from Methodist Dallas, Methodist Charlton, and Methodist Mansfield teamed up to train the Six Flags corporate staff how to “Stop the Bleed.” The trauma and ED teams trained several dozen people. “Stop the Bleed” is a national awareness campaign that may help individuals in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.

  • Months after getting his new liver at Methodist Dallas, Mike Barker was back to running. This time, with a new inspiration: his organ donor. And a new shirt: Running On Recycled Parts. Read about Mike's remarkable recovery on our new website, Shine Online:

  • Ready to make a giant career leap without moving an inch? Save the date and then jump online for Methodist Charlton's RN Virtual Career Fair, Wednesday, Oct. 9, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. CDT. We're hiring RNs right now. So stay put, sign on, and get hired! RSVP:

  • When NewsRadio 1080 KRLD AM needed information about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's pancreatic cancer treatment, they knew just where to turn — Methodist Dallas. We've earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Disease-Specific Certification in three categories — pancreatitis, pancreatic surgery, and pancreatic cancer.

  • Methodist Dallas Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Barbara Madden is thrilled about the hospital achieving Magnet® designation for excellence in nursing. She said, “This honor is really meaningful to us because there’s a lot of research showing that Magnet-designated hospitals have higher engagement, lower nurse turnover, and lower nurse burnout.” Read what else she has to say.

  • Methodist was one of only three healthcare systems in the nation to receive the 2019 Top Healthcare Diversity Organization Award by the National Diversity Council. Accepting the award were (from left) Dr. Stephen Hines, Cheryl Flynn, Jim O'Reilly, and Merridth Simpson. Dr. Hines was among the panelists discussing "Access to Healthcare and Why it Differs by Race and Ethnicity."

  • Guess which electrophysiology lab staff performed its first Micra™ implant? That would be Methodist Mansfield! Micra is marketed as the world's smallest pacemaker. It's a wireless, leadless device implanted to regulate heartbeat. Congratulations, team!

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