The U.S. leads the developed world in the number of women who die of complications from pregnancy, and all three Mid-South states are among the states with the biggest problems. Dr. Danielle Tate from our high risk obstetrics program shared some insight into this issue both with Live at 9 and the attendees at yesterday’s special symposium in Memphis titled, “Maternal Health and Infant Mortality in Memphis: A Local & Congressional Discussion.
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Regional One Health's new 3D mammography technology works to provide a more detailed results display. A routine mammogram screening for women at or below average risk for breast cancer is one of those tests that’s easy to put in the category of “I’ll get to it one day.” But the convenient location of [...]
One might say that random circumstances and unexpected doors opening led Dr. Dhanireddy to both a life in medicine and to the specialty of neonatology. However, Dr. Dhanireddy believes a greater force led him to be right where he needed to be to find his passion for saving babies. Ramasubbareddy Dhanireddy, M.D., oversees one [...]
A deeply passionate supporter of Regional One Health, Alison Barton teamed up with Susan Arney, Nikki McVean, and Erica Coopwood to form ONE Club to sustain engagement with volunteers across the Mid-South. After years of organizing volunteers and supporting various projects at Regional One Health, Alison Barton didn’t just see an opportunity [...]