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Spring 2014: One Community. One Pulse


These smiling cyclists were just a few of the many supporters who participated in the annual “Ride for Your Mind” event on October 12 . The event raised over $6,000 to benefit Regional One Health’s traumatic brain injury services.

Elvis Presley fans from all over the world feel close to The King when they visit his mural at Regional Medical Center.

At a February event, Young Leadership Council supporter, Samantha Polly, hugs Quincy Pondexter of the Memphis Grizzlies after winning a signed jersey and tickets to the Lakers game.

Memphis Grizzlies athlete Quincy Pondexter and Kontji Anthony, weekend morning anchor for Action News 5, co-hosted a Young Leadership Council fundraiser on February 7 at the FedEx Forum Fly Lounge. The event raised over $1,700 for the treatment of HIV/AIDS patients at Regional One Health’s Adult Special Care Clinic.

Donors who make a minimum contribution of $1,000 have their names added to the Elvis Presley Memorial Trauma Center donor wall. Several Elvis fans take photographs of their plaques.

A day before the public unveiling on February 26, Dr. Reginald Coopwood announces to employees and medical staff the unification of all Shelby County Health Care Corporation services under a new umbrella name, Regional One Health. The healthcare system now includes acute care hospital Regional Medical Center, as well as an extended care hospital, rehabilitation hospital, outpatient surgery center, primary care network and outpatient center.

A group of Elvis fans pose for a photograph during the annual Elvis Week Fan Club Reception. The reception was held on August 13 at Regional Medical Center to thank the fans who support the Elvis Presley Memorial Trauma Center.

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