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During Pastoral Care Week, Regional One Health celebrates a team that provides hope through emotional and religious support

Pastoral Care Week is October 22-28, and Regional One Health is proud to honor a team of chaplains that is available around-the-clock to support patients, their families, and employees. Our chaplains provide services in a wide variety of religious beliefs, and meet a diverse set of needs at the hospital. Regional One Health is also [...]

2023-10-17T09:32:52-06:00October 23rd, 2023|

During Fire Prevention Week, do your part to prevent cooking fires, the leading cause of house fires in the U.S.

During Fire Prevention Week, officials at our Firefighters Burn Center are educating the public about preventing the number one cause of home fires - cooking. Following simple steps like monitoring food while cooking, keeping the stove clean and making sure to turn off appliances can keep you and your family safe. Remember - it's [...]

2023-10-04T07:11:05-06:00October 8th, 2023|

Ask the Experts: What is Placenta Accreta Spectrum, and why does it require specialized care to protect expectant moms?

October has been established as Accreta Awareness Month to raise awareness about this potentially life-threatening condition that can occur during pregnancy. Patients with accreta have their placenta attach too deeply so it cannot be expelled during childbirth, putting them at risk of severe bleeding. Fortunately, with expert care from a high-risk obstetrics specialist, new moms [...]

2023-09-05T06:50:13-06:00October 2nd, 2023|

It’s Sickle Cell Awareness Month! Learn about risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for this genetic condition

September is Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month. Sickle cell disease is a genetic condition that make it hard for the red blood cells to carry oxygen to tissues and organs. Patients can experience episodes of severe pain, along with anemia, leg sores, frequent infections and more. Regional One Health's Diggs Kraus Sickle Cell Center provides [...]

2023-09-07T09:19:18-06:00September 28th, 2023|

Regional One Health, Memphis-Shelby County Schools partner to educate and inspire the health care professionals of the future

A new partnership will bring high school students from Memphis-Shelby County Schools to Regional One Health to learn about health care careers. The students will benefit from hands-on experience, mentoring opportunities, workshops and more, while Regional One Health will have a chance to develop and recruit new talent. The partnership is kicking off with students [...]

2023-09-05T06:36:01-06:00September 12th, 2023|

Learn to save a life: Stop the Bleed teaches how to render first aid to victims of severe bleeding

Regional One Health's Elvis Presley Trauma Center offers training on "Stop the Bleed," a program registered by the American College of Surgeons to train bystanders to render aid to victims of severe bleeding. Our team recently stopped by Rhodes College to train staff, and the program is available for organizations throughout our community. Education and [...]

2023-08-22T13:37:01-06:00September 6th, 2023|

As the Elvis Presley Trauma Center turns 40, Regional One Health marks a lifesaving legacy while working to meet future critical care needs

On Thursday, August 10, 2023, our Elvis Presley Trauma Center celebrates 40 years of providing lifesaving care to patients from all over the Mid-South. As the only Level-One Trauma Center in a 150 mile radius of Memphis, our facility plays a critical role in protecting the health and welfare of our community. While we look [...]

2024-01-28T16:02:57-06:00August 10th, 2023|

Ask the Experts: Back to school season is here, and it’s up to all of us to protect kids as they head back to class

Mid-South schools are opening up in August, and that means heavier traffic on the roadways, especially around schools. Everyone plays a role in keeping kids safe, whether you're taking your own children to school or heading to work. Do your part by following school zone rules carefully, watching for pedestrians and buses, and leaving plenty [...]

2023-08-08T07:10:16-06:00August 8th, 2023|

“Life is what you make of it:” With faith, determination and expert care, Stephanie Love is reclaiming her independence after a stroke

After Memphis-Shelby County School Board member Stephanie Love had a stroke at just 41 years old, she was determined to get back to advocating for local students, parents and teachers. She turned to Regional One Health Outpatient Rehabilitation for the care she needed to relearn to walk, talk and perform day-to-day tasks. Now, Stephanie continues [...]

2023-06-13T14:06:20-06:00June 27th, 2023|
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