Texas Health HEB groundbreaking event
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford on Feb. 10 broke ground on its $25 million high-acuity care expansion. Northeast Tarrant County community and business leaders joined Texas Health HEB staff, physicians and volunteers in celebrating the new construction, which will add an 18-bed high-acuity intensive care unit and an interventional radiology suite. Completion is projected for mid-2016.
· Photo 1: Wielding ceremonial shovels are (from left) Jack Bradshaw, president and CEO, Northeast Tarrant Chamber; Mary Frazior, CEO, HEB Chamber of Commerce; Deborah Paganelli, president, Texas Health HEB; and Brendon Payne, president, Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce.
· Photo 2: Bedford Mayor Jim Griffin speaks at the groundbreaking event while Euless Mayor Linda Martin, Hurst Mayor Richard Ward and Lee Mulvey, Texas Health HEB human resources officer, look on.
· Photo 3: Celebrating the high-acuity care expansion groundbreaking are (from left) Lynne Moffatt, chair, Texas Health HEB Board of Trustees; Deborah Paganelli, president, Texas Health HEB; Brett McClung, North Zone operations leader, Texas Health Resources; Alice Landers, vice president, professional and support services, Texas Health HEB; and Elizabeth Ransom, M.D., North Zone clinical leader, Texas Health Resources.