News and Events2017-05-03T07:36:57+00:00

Update Regarding Employee Allegation

Regional One Health is committed to a safe, secure, and comfortable work environment for our patients, guests, employees, and medical staff. All allegations of inappropriate behavior and violations of trust involving employees are reviewed and investigated. We take this process seriously and are committed to following all necessary steps to verify the truth. On November 7, 2018, we became aware of a photo circulating on social media of an individual identified online as an employee [...]

November 8th, 2018|

In the news: Coopwood shows thought leadership on diversity and inclusion in the workplace

Regional One Health CEO Dr. Reginald Coopwood makes diversity a priority at all levels of his health care team. Regional One Health CEO Reginald Coopwood, MD recently spoke to The Daily Memphian about the importance of diversity in the workplace.  Here at Regional One Health, it's something Dr. Coopwood doesn't just talk about. It's something he lives. At Regional One Health, the 10-person leadership team includes five females, four of whom are African-American. [...]

October 23rd, 2018|

Making mammograms easier: East Campus Imaging Center offers same day and walk-in appointments

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 and simple scheduling at Regional One Health’s East Campus Imaging Center make it much easier for one day to become [...]

October 22nd, 2018|

NICU Stories: Dr. Dhanireddy safeguards the future one life at a time

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 of the nation’s oldest and largest neonatal intensive care units (NICU) as the Medical Director of the Sheldon B. Korones [...]

September 20th, 2018|

Donor Spotlight: One Couple, many ways of giving, incalculable outcomes

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 to engage more people with the hospital through volunteerism, she took it upon herself to do something about it. She [...]

September 10th, 2018|

HBOT therapy brings relief to young cancer patient

Trinity and her mom, Sherry, before one of her HBOT treatments. Trinity Cunningham was 3 when she was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. It was May 2015, and over the next year and a half she underwent chemo and radiation treatments to the brain and spine as a patient at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Following treatment in February 2016, Trinity developed early delay complications from radiation. Her speech became slurred [...]

September 7th, 2018|

Honoring Our Health Care Heroes

Congratulations to our finalists for the Memphis Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes. Regional One Health is honored to four finalists this year in the categories of administrative excellence, community outreach and physician provider.  The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on August 28.  Regardless of who takes home the awards, our finalists are all winners to us and the patients we serve.  We’re proud these health care heroes call Regional One Health [...]

August 27th, 2018|

NICU Stories: Sarah’s 2010 Miracle Eight Years Later

Spring break seemed like a good time for a Caribbean cruise. Sarah Davies is an elementary school teacher in Blytheville, Arkansas, so the academic calendar plays a role in any vacation planning. At 26 weeks pregnant, she was just under the cruise travel cutoff for pregnant women. Her physician gave her the OK to travel. The cruise went well. Sarah returned home and went back to school the following week. But on the second [...]

August 22nd, 2018|

Martin Croce, MD, named chief medical officer at Regional One Health

Martin Croce, MD, Chief Medical Officer Martin Croce, MD, has been named senior vice president and chief medical officer of Regional One Health. Dr. Croce is transitioning to this administrative role after a lengthy and distinguished career in one of the busiest trauma centers in the United States - the Elvis Presley Trauma Center at Regional One Health. As chief medical officer, Dr. Croce will oversee quality, medical research, medical staff services, regulatory readiness [...]

August 17th, 2018|

In the news: Dr. Tate discusses maternal mortality on Live at 9

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.

August 10th, 2018|
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