Monthly Archives: February 2014

Regional One Health Introduced to Community

Health system home to Regional Medical Center and new expanded services Memphis, Tenn. — Regional One Health announced today the unification of all entities in the health system under an umbrella name, Regional One Health. Regional One Health is home to the acute care hospital Regional Medical Center, as well as an extended care [...]

2018-10-10T08:25:26-06:00February 26th, 2014|

Regional Medical Center Staff Honored at THA Annual Meeting

The Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) held their 75th annual meeting in November, celebrating 75 years of advocating for hospitals, health systems and other healthcare organizations. During the meeting, Reginald Coopwood, M.D., president and CEO, was installed as chairman of the Tennessee Hospital Association’s board of directors. THA also honored three Regional Medical Center staff [...]

2018-10-10T08:25:26-06:00February 20th, 2014|

2nd Annual Walking Challenge Gets Employees Moving

From employee health screenings and health fairs to exercise classes and the Walking Challenge, Regional Medical Center employees are focusing on health and wellness. The second annual Walking Challenge included 805 participants on 69 teams. The walkers wore pedometers and logged steps from Monday, November 11 to Friday, December 13. Challenge participants walked 178,396,048 [...]

2018-10-10T08:25:26-06:00February 20th, 2014|

Regional Medical Center Named Top Workplace

Regional Medical Center was selected as one of The Commercial Appeal Top Workplaces of 2013. The health system shares this honor with 49 prestigious companies across a variety of industries. In addition to being named one of the top 50, Regional Medical Center also received the Leadership Award in the category of more than [...]

2018-10-10T08:25:26-06:00February 20th, 2014|

Regional Medical Center Joins Safe Sleep Initiative for Infants

As part of the effort to save lives and lower Tennessee’s infant mortality rate, Regional Medical Center has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Health to reduce infant deaths by creating a hospital safe sleep policy. “Infants should sleep Alone, on their Back and in a Crib. As a hospital committed to improving community health [...]

2018-10-10T08:25:27-06:00February 20th, 2014|