Every week, news related to LifeBridge Health is featured in various media outlets, including business journal publications, local newspapers, online news sites, television stations and magazines. As a health care organization, we are proud that our physicians, medical services and staff are recognized for outstanding, compassionate and caring work.
What LifeBridge Health media sources were we featured in this week? Click the links below to find out!
July 8 – abc2news.com – A brief on Neil Meltzer’s new leadership role as president and CEO of LifeBridge Health appeared.(This story also appeared on pikesville.patch.com, baltimoresun.com, topix.com, baltimorejewishlife.com, Maryland Daily Record.)
July 10 – Citybizlist.com – The announcement of Deborah Hollenstein as new VP, strategic marketing and communications, was featured. (It was also featured in the Health Professionals on the Move section in the Baltimore Sun and the Scrubs Report.)
July 11 – Baltimore Jewish Times – Communications Coordinator Helene King wrote an article on webinars.
Summer 2013 – Practicelink magazine -The Rubin Institute’s Multiplier App was featured in its Tech Notes section.
July 4 – WJZ-TV – Waseem El-Halabi, M.D., a Sinai emergency doctor, spoke heat exhaustion. ER-7 was also the backdrop for a live shot. (The interview was rerun on July 7 as part of a story on the first Code Red of the year in Baltimore.)
July 11 – WBAL Radio – Ali Tabrizchi, D.O., was interviewed about cardiomyopathy in connection with country singer Randy Travis contracting the virus. The interview was posted on the radio station’s website.
July 8 – abc2news.com - Elaine Lennox, M.D., pediatrician in the Sinai ER-7 is quoted in a story about the dangers of leaving your child in a car during extreme high temperatures.(This story also appeared on pikesville.patch.com, baltimoresun.com, baltimorejewishlife.com, Maryland Daily Record.)
July 5 – Daily Record – A brief on the appointment of Katharine Taber, M.D. ad medical director of the Women’s Wellness Center appeared.
July 5 – The Alzheimer’s Digest – Dee McGuire, a horticulture therapist, was part of an article about how gardening can help people with Alzheimer’s disease. It was reworked from an earlier article on Agingcare.com
July 10 – WBAL Radio – Levindale is mentioned in an article about longtime board member, David Uhlfelder, becoming vice president of the Board of Education of Baltimore County.(A similar story appeared on the abc2news.com).
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