Business Notes • 02-19-16

Posted on 19 Feb 2016 at 7:55am

New manager at Dish
Michael Giese has moved from the Preston Hollow location of DISH to become the new general manager at the Cedar Springs location of the popular restaurant, which features Drag Brunch on the last Sunday of each month. For information visit Dish-dallas.com or call.

 

AIDS Arms receives award for HIV care
AIDS Arms’ Trinity Health and Wellness Center and Peabody Health Center received the Peter M. Fox Excellence in HIV Credentialing Award from the American Academy of HIV Medicine. The award is given to those HIV practices where all eligible medical providers hold an American Academy of HIV Medicine credential.

In order to be credentialed, all physicians and nurse practitioners must pass a stringent exam, maintain continuing education and provide excellent medical care to people living with HIV. All eligible practitioners at both of AIDS Arms clinics are certified HIV Specialists.

In 2015, sixteen HIV practices nationwide received this recognition. Only five organizations, including AIDS Arms, have been recognized so far this year.

 

JP Morgan Chase developing new regional campus
JP Morgan Chase announced in January it would build a new campus in Plano’s Legacy West development. The banking and financial services company’s new regional campus will consolidate multiple offices and buildings housed throughout the region. More than half of the company’s area employees will relocate to the $2 billion campus.  The first employees are expected to begin moving in during the second half of 2017.

Texas Competes, the statewide LGBT organization committed to workplace equality and fairness, noted that JP Morgan Chase is one of many corporations that has signed the Texas Competes pledge to “promot[e] a competitive, economically vibrant Texas.”

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition February 19, 2016.

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