News and Events2017-05-03T07:36:57-06:00

Do you want to stick to a healthy diet over the holidays? It’s not “mission impossible” – take it from a clinical dietician

Small changes can make a big difference when it comes to eating healthy and avoiding weight gain over the holidays. By planning ahead, eating in moderation and making healthy choices, you can enjoy your traditional favorites without overdoing it. It's also important to prioritize exercise, such as going for walks or cleaning the house. Many people struggle to eat healthy and avoid weight gain over the holidays – and just like with most things, [...]

December 23rd, 2020|

Focused Ultrasound 101: What to expect before, during and after your treatment

Focused Ultrasound can treat hand tremors with no incision and no hospital stay. Instead, it uses sound waves to treat the part of the brain responsible for tremor. Patients are fitted with a helmet-like device and lie on a treatment table that moves in and out of an MRI for about three hours. They are awake and alert throughout the procedure. When it's over, most patients experience immediate, lasting tremor relief and are able [...]

December 22nd, 2020|

Center for Innovation furthers its mission of promoting young engineers and new health care concepts by partnering with Christian Brothers University

Our Center for Innovation works with internal and external inventors to improve health care for patients at Regional One Health and beyond. The innovation center team recently started a partnership with Christian Brothers University that lets students contribute their engineering knowledge to real-world projects. It's a win-win. The students gain valuable experience, and the innovation center benefits from new perspective and the chance to build Memphis's innovation ecosystem. Bright young minds, problems in need [...]

December 21st, 2020|

Regional One Health offered lifesaving care, comfort and hope for Audrey Nicodemus during her high-risk pregnancy

Audrey Nicodemus was nervous about going through a high-risk pregnancy in the middle of a pandemic, but she found comfort and friendship from her medical team at Regional One Health. She said Dr. Molly Houser oversaw a plan of care that allowed her to give her new baby a healthy start. The exceptional care continued when little Lawson was born and spent time in the NICU. Now, Audrey and her family are home and [...]

December 17th, 2020|

The holidays are different in 2020, just like everything else – but you can still have a safe, enjoyable celebration

One of the best gifts you can give this holiday season is the gift of health and safety. As coronavirus cases continue to increase, it is important to avoid unnecessary travel and gatherings and to continue wearing masks, socially distancing and practicing good hand hygiene. Take care of yourself and those you love this holiday season by following safety guidelines, eating well and seeking help if you feel sad or overwhelmed.  Surging COVID-19 cases [...]

December 16th, 2020|

Regional One Health’s Skilled Nursing and Subacute Care facility honored by U.S. News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report has recognized Regional One Health's Skilled Nursing and Subacute Care facility on its Best Nursing Homes list. The honor reflects the facility's high quality services and performance. Our Skilled Nursing and Subacute Care team works tirelessly to meet patient's medical, rehabilitation and emotional needs in hopes of helping them meet their maximum potential. For the third year in a row, Regional One Health’s Skilled Nursing and Subacute Care facility [...]

December 11th, 2020|

Salem Sellars is used to caring for seriously ill patients. When the tables were turned due to COVID-19, she found healing and compassion at Regional One Health

Salem Sellars is used to being the caregiver, not the patient - so when COVID-19 hit her hard, she was understandably frightened. She says the care she received at Regional One Health not only helped her get well, it put her mind at ease and made her feel supported and comforted. Now, Salem wants others to know that even young, healthy people like herself can become seriously ill from the virus, which highlights the [...]

December 10th, 2020|

Ask the Experts: Can I do anything about gallbladder problems before they become an emergency?

Gallbladder problems can cause pain in the upper right side of your stomach, vomiting, fever and other unpleasant symptoms. Don't wait for your concerns to become an emergency! By talking to your provider early on, you can prevent more serious illness. If necessary, surgeons can even perform minimally invasive elective gallbladder removal, which has an easier recovery than an emergency surgery. Many people think of gallbladder surgery as an emergency procedure. However, patients can [...]

December 8th, 2020|

When Keke Kilpatrick’s son was critically ill, her Regional One Health family stepped up to help with support from ONE Health

Keke Kilpatrick is known around Regional One Health for her cheerful smile - so when a colleague noticed Keke was visibly upset, she asked to help. Keke was struggling because her son, Deonta, was hospitalized for serious seizures. He did not have insurance and had stopped taking his medication. Our ONE Health team stepped in, embracing the family with the support they needed. Now, Deonta is healthy, living in Washington D.C. and working in [...]

December 3rd, 2020|

Adult Special Care honored with Light of Hope Award for helping HIV/AIDS patients lead a healthy life

Our Adult Special Care Practice is being honored by the Shelby County Health Department with a 2020 Light of Hope Award. The award recognizes efforts to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in Shelby County. The Adult Special Care team is passionate about that mission. They provide the medical, social and emotional care their patients need to lead healthy lives. Regional One Health’s Adult Special Care Practice offers lifesaving medical care for patients with HIV/AIDS, along [...]

December 1st, 2020|