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Regional One Health’s ONE Health complex care initiative continues expanding to serve more patients and add new partners

ONE Health, Regional One Health's complex care program, had a successful year in 2019. The program, which helps patients with complex medical and social needs, continues to gain national recognition for decreasing the cost of care, emergency department visits and inpatient stays for enrolled patients. In 2020, ONE Health leaders look forward to increasing [...]

2020-01-14T08:28:04-06:00January 14th, 2020|

Ask the Experts: Getting healthy in 2020 starts with a physical exam and advice from your health care provider

Getting healthy is a common New Year's Resolution, but it involves more than exercising and eating better. You should start your journey to improved health with a checkup from your primary care provider. They can identify the specific things you need to improve, schedule preventative screenings and help you set goals for a lifetime [...]

2020-01-03T09:51:04-06:00January 6th, 2020|

Regional One Health’s Certified Menopause Practitioners can help women with any symptom, no matter how personal

Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause is the name for symptoms that affect the genitals and urinary tract. These symptoms are easily treatable, but too many women and doctors aren't comfortable discussing them. Regional One Health's Certified Menopause Practitioners have special training to help women address these concerns and improve their quality of life. Genitourinary Syndrome [...]

2019-12-23T11:31:22-06:00January 3rd, 2020|

Regional One Health’s labor and delivery team welcomed the city’s first baby of the New Year – and he was born to one of their own

Riley Andrew James was born at Regional One Health at 12:11 a.m. January 1, making him Memphis's first baby of the decade. The experience was even more exciting for the labor and delivery team because Riley's mom is one of their own - labor and delivery nurse Secillia Mitchell. Secillia said she never considered [...]

2020-01-02T14:37:24-06:00January 2nd, 2020|

XFL players get a second chance at their dream thanks to Regional One Health’s Post-Rehab Wellness Program

Football players Avery Gennesy and Tre' Williams are getting ready to pursue their dreams in the XFL next year. Both had to overcome injuries and rebuild their strength in order to have that chance. They credit Regional One Health's Post Rehab Wellness Program, which combines therapy and certified personal training, with helping them get [...]

2019-12-13T08:51:13-06:00December 18th, 2019|

“That’s why we got into health care:” For Rivers Smith and Brandon Williams, the desire to help extends beyond the walls of Regional One Health

Rivers Smith and Brandon Williams, colleagues in Regional One Health's Outpatient Surgery Center, were inspired to work in health care out of a desire to give back to others. They do so every day they're on the job, but one day they went above and beyond the call of duty when they rescued a [...]

2019-12-16T14:22:20-06:00December 16th, 2019|

Pelvic floor physical therapist Darianne Butler can help patients struggling with pelvic pain and dysfunction improve their quality of life

Regional One Health has recently added Darianne Butler, DPT, to its Center for Rehabilitative Medicine team. She is certified in pelvic floor physical therapy, which can help patients with issues like pelvic and abdominal pain, incontinence and pain during sex. Butler became a therapist after seeing how rehabilitation helped a loved one after an accident, [...]

2019-12-06T08:45:35-06:00December 11th, 2019|

Ask the Experts: Is there anything I can do about hot flashes during menopause?

Hot flashes are the most common symptom of menopause, but there is still no clear answer as to why they happen. While there is no way to prevent or cure hot flashes, doctors can help women avoid triggers and manage their symptoms. Regional One Health's Certified Menopause Practitioners work with their patients to empower [...]

2019-12-04T11:32:11-06:00December 9th, 2019|
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