Regional One Health’s employee volunteer group, the Difference Makers, often donate their free time to charitable events in our community. Recently, a group of Regional One Health employees took part in the Trash Flash Mob organized by the Memphis Medical Center to clean up the medical center area. The employees gave up their lunch time to volunteer for this event to pick up trash around the hospital, including Health Science Park.
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“This is our time to step up:” Dr. Natalie Dunlap knew her training could help COVID-19 patients, and it sparked her passion to serve
Dr. Natalie Dunlap understands patients are scared about COVID-19, and she uses that to empathize with them and put them at ease. As part of Regional One Health's COVID-19 Unit, Dr. Dunlap is using her skills and experience as a hospitalist to provide patients lifesaving, compassionate care. She said the team has learned a [...]
It's easy to have a safe and fun 4th of July by following some common sense safety tips. Remember, COVID-19 continues to post a risk in our community, so make sure your celebrations comply with social distancing, the proper use of facemasks and other guidelines. You can also protect yourself and others by avoiding [...]
Creating Change out of Challenge: Transitioning Through Menopause support group ensures social distancing doesn’t mean emotional isolation
COVID-19 has created challenges for health care professionals as they try to serve their patients while adhering to social distancing guidelines. For Regional One Health's Transitioning Through Menopause support group, that meant turning to virtual meetings. Certified Menopause Practitioners Diane Todd Pace and Pallavi Khanna made the switch so they could continue to offer [...]