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Regional One Health Manager of Security Daniel Henderson recognized as “Top 40 Under 40 Urban Elite Professional”

Regional One Health Manager of Security Daniel Henderson is being recognized as one of the most influential African American professionals under age 40 in the city of Memphis. Daniel Henderson, Security Manager at Regional One Health, is being honored as a Top 40 Under 40 Urban Elite Professional. Henderson was recently named [...]

2021-11-03T07:28:10-06:00November 3rd, 2021|

Regional One Health Nurse Manager Joselyn Freeman-Singleton earns Tennessee Hospital Association Nurse Leader of Distinction Award

Regional One Health Nurse Manager Joselyn Freeman-Singleton is the Tennessee Hospital Association's 2021 Nurse Leader of Distinction. This prestigious award honors Joselyn's commitment to helping Regional One Health establish new service lines while continuing to lead a team that provides essential care to the community. Joselyn brings a unique mix of clinical and operational experience [...]

2021-11-01T10:01:28-06:00October 28th, 2021|

“I knew I could get better:” Faith, family and exceptional care gave Deputy Sheriff Austin Eldridge strength to overcome devastating injuries

Desoto County Deputy Sheriff Austin Eldridge was struck by a drunk driver while helping a stranded motorist fix a flat tire - and while his injuries were life-changing, he said the care he received from the Firefighters Burn Center allowed him to return to his family and his work. Dr. Ram Velamuri and his [...]

2021-10-18T11:26:22-06:00October 12th, 2021|

Regional One Health welcomes Manoucheka Thermitus as new Chief Operating Officer

Regional One Health is pleased to welcome Manoucheka Thermitus, MBA to the health system’s executive leadership team as chief operating officer. Manoucheka Thermitus, MBA, is the new Chief Operating Officer at Regional One Health. She will lead a variety of clinical and non-clinical operational areas. In her new role, Thermitus will lead [...]

2021-10-01T13:30:45-06:00October 1st, 2021|

In aftermath of tragedy, Regional One Health leaders extend prayers and offer reassurances that the community’s emergency response network is strong

Regional One Health worked with other local emergency management entities to respond to the tragic mass shooting in Collierville  Thursday, September 23. In total, eight patients were transported to Regional One Health. On Friday, health care system leaders addressed the community to discuss the response and offer prayers to those impacted by the incident. [...]

2021-09-30T08:36:44-06:00September 24th, 2021|

Adding physical therapy to your healthy aging plan can reduce pain and improve mobility

Joint pain, weakness and stiffness are very common complaints, especially as we age. Physical therapy can help by strengthening the muscles around the joints, reducing inflammation, and teaching patients good habits in terms of caring for their joints. Regional One Health offers outpatient physical therapy at its main campus and East Campus, and patients [...]

2021-09-21T07:55:55-06:00September 19th, 2021|

Regional One Health’s Dr. Ugochi Ogu is helping advance sickle cell disease understanding and care with discovery of a novel variant

Dr. Ugochi Ogu, medical director of Regional One Health's Diggs Kraus Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, recently led the discovery of a novel sickle cell variant. The discovery contributes to the overall body of knowledge about sickle cell disease, in turn helping physicians improve how they care for patients. At the Diggs Kraus Center, Dr. [...]

2021-09-02T09:08:50-06:00August 13th, 2021|

During Breastfeeding Awareness Month, Regional One Health is highlighting ways to support nursing moms

August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, and it's a great time to show support for new and expectant moms. Regional One Health offers a wealth of resources aimed at educating and helping women overcome challenges associated with breastfeeding so they can successfully nurse their babies. Breastfeeding offers a number of benefits, including infection prevention [...]

2021-07-21T10:43:55-06:00August 2nd, 2021|

Breastmilk is lifesaving medicine for NICU babies – so Regional One Health is helping “donor warriors” provide mom-to-mom, woman-to-woman support

For hospitalized infants, breastmilk is more than nutrition - it can be lifesaving medicine.  Regional One Health's Milk Depot helps provide breastmilk for these vulnerable babies by making it easy for moms to donate their excess milk. Donors simply undergo a screening process and then contact the Milk Depot to drop off their donations. [...]

2021-05-19T11:55:25-06:00May 19th, 2021|
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