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Proven Excellence in Complex Care

Extended Care Hospital

890 Madison Avenue
4th floor of Turner Tower
Memphis, TN 38103


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We are the only facility in Tennessee to earn the prestigious designation as a Center of Excellence in Long Term Acute Care from the Center for Improvement in Health Care Quality, and many members of our excellent therapy team are certified by the Brain Injury Association of America. Both honors speak to our exceptional track record on patient care, outcomes and safety.

Services Provided

Our multidisciplinary approach and evidence-based medical protocols help each patient reach their maximum potential. Patients receive 24-hour physician support and individualized care from medical experts in a variety of disciplines:

  • Specialized High-Observation Care
  • Ventilator Management
  • Wound Care
  • Therapy Services
  • Disorders of Consciousness Program

Specialized High-Observation Care

Our facility includes a high observation unit, and our nurse-to-patient ratio ranges from 1-to-2 to 1-to-4, depending on patient needs. This allows us to provide multiple trauma post-surgical care, complex burn post-surgical care, dialysis, conscious sedation, telemetry and bedside monitor observation and other services to meet our patients’ complex medical needs. We also have skilled respiratory therapists who provide dedicated pulmonary care, and our nurses are trained to provide dedicated cardiac care.

Ventilator Management

Our specialized services help patients wean from mechanical ventilation, which is crucial to good outcomes. It lowers chances of infection and muscle dystrophy, helping patients avoid setbacks and progress to the next level of care.

Our respiratory therapists provide tracheotomy care, and our 1-to-4 therapist to ventilator ratio allows more time at the bedside than traditional weaning methods.

We also encourage early mobility through physical therapy. Our nursing team supports early mobility with sedation vacations as needed to help patients comfortably take part in therapy.

Our Team

As rehabilitation specialists, our providers have dedicated their careers to helping patients get back to the life they enjoyed before an illness or injury. Every patient’s care is led by a rehabilitation physician in conjunction with rehab-trained nurses. Patients also have access to physical, occupational, recreational and speech therapists, as well as case managers and social workers who offer support with discharge and the transition home.


Certified Nurse Midwives at Regional One Health work with expectant mothers to create a unique plan. Midwives are there to serve as advocates and friends to expectant mothers through the whole process.

Our  Certified Nurse Midwives are defined as primary care providers under federal law and are licensed, independent health care providers with prescriptive authority in all 50 states. Because of this, if they are in your insurance network, their fees are covered.

No, at this time, Regional One Health does not offer water birth services.

You don’t need both. Certified Nurse Midwives are primary care providers under federal law with prescriptive authority in all 50 states. They provide women’s services such as primary care, gynecologic, family planning services, pregnancy care, childbirth, the postpartum period, and newborn care during the first 28 days of life.

One of the many positives about Regional One Health’s midwives working in a hospital setting is patients have access to epidurals if requested and all the labor support afterward.

Emergencies can arise during delivery. Regional One Health is the only hospital in Shelby County that staffs Certified Nurse Midwives as part of its OB/GYN team, giving expectant mothers the safety net of a hospital setting.


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Classes Offered

Sign up for our classes by calling 901-545-8449.

Our Birth Facility tours are held at select times throughout the month. Special times are available per request.  During the facility tour, attendees learn about our labor and delivery services as well as our newborn center.

This is a time to learn about our Maternity Services and support programs. We encourage you to come out after your 12th week of pregnancy. During this time, we will discuss our prenatal classes and allow you to speak with representatives from Porter Leath (Prenatal & Head Start Programs), Early Success Coalition, Faith and Family Services, March of Dimes, Regional One Health Midwives, and Lactation consultants, etc. as well as sign-up for “Childbirth Education” classes and “Birth Facility” tours. In addition, there will be door prizes and snacks available. Please join us in exploring these resources.

Our prepared childbirth class is offered for expecting parents during the third trimester as a 1-day class or as a series of 1 class a week over five weeks that covers the following topics:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Pregnancy Discomforts vs Warning Signs
  • Onset and Stages of Labor
  • Breathing and Relaxation
  • Medicated and Non-Medicated Birth Choices
  • Informed Consent
  • Cesarean Delivery
  • Obstetrical Procedures
  • Infant Feeding
  • Newborn Care
  • Car seat Safety
  • Birth Control Options
  • Postpartum Care

Please bring a pillow and dress comfortably.

Our breastfeeding classes are a hands-on, interactive exploration of successful breastfeeding. In this class, we cover the benefits of breastfeeding, skin-to-skin contact, feeding cues and other helpful breastfeeding tips, as well as community resources and support.

Dynamic Dads is a training camp for dads to speak freely and learn in an environment of experienced dads, new dads and dads-to-be. With all the changes and stresses involved in being a father or becoming a father, dads will learn important coping skills and strategies to enhance their parental support and involvement.

Mommy and Me is designed for prenatal (before birth) and postnatal mothers or caregivers (infants less than 6 months old) to promote a healthy growth and development of their newborn. It is designed to guide mothers on how to care for their newborn as they strive to become a better and more effective parent. It offers a warm, non-judgmental, and compassionate atmosphere; whereby allowing mothers to freely talk and share their emotionally draining struggles and concerns. Hosted by FaithandFamily services.

This is a 2 hour class that covers newborn care, procedures, infant safety, and offers you the necessary skills and information needed to head home from the hospital with confidence. This class will provide hands-on training to participants in basic techniques of choking and CPR for infants. The CPR/Choking portion is informational only and not for certification.

This a day where NICU parents & expecting mothers can bring siblings and family to tour our maternity services, explore what happens with the new baby, play games, attend story-time, take a pic with a Doctor, and receive a bag lunch to-go. This event is sponsored by the March of Dimes.

This is a hands-on class that details infant massage which relaxes the infant, improves sleep, and assists with weight gain. It is known to improve the bond between a mother and baby which enhances infant’s emotional health. Please bring a thick blanket to lie underneath your infant. Massage oil will be provided.

**You are welcome to come before your baby is born or with your infant, ages 3-6 months of age.

This course is offered in partnership with Porter-Leath to provide an 8-week virtual parenting series.  The classes help foster positive parenting skills with nurturing behaviors, promote healthy physical and emotional development, and teach appropriate role and developmental expectations.  The curriculum focuses on parenting infants and toddlers.

The Week Titles are as follows:

Week 1: Welcome/ What is Nurturing Parenting

Week 2: Changes in ME and YOU

Week 3: Health and Nutrition for Parents and Children

Week 4: Fetal Development and Child Development

Week 5: Empathy and Nurturing Self

Week 6: The importance of Touch and Alternatives to Spanking

Week 7: Understanding and Handling Stress

Week 8 : Assessing my Parenting Strengths and Program Closure