Saturday, April 25, 2015
  • Baptist Womens houses one of nations first two parenting centers

    Baptist Women’s houses one of nation’s first two parenting centers

    The mayors of Memphis and Shelby County, Baptist executives, community leaders and others recently gathered at Baptist Women’s Hospital to dedicate one of the nation’s first two Universal Parenting Places—judgment-free zones where parents can receive professional counseling, information and emotiona...

  • Cliff Kelley, a Carroll County resident, was one of many who attended Baptist Huntingdon’s annual Men’s Health Fair. Pictured with Cliff is Amanda Reed, a phlebotomist at Baptist Huntingdon.

    ‘Real men got checked out’ at Baptist Huntingdon health fair

    Baptist Huntingdon’s men’s health fair ad – whose headline read “Real men get checked out” ‒ convinced a number of area men to learn more about their health. The fair had 18 booths, which offered everything from free screenings to refreshments and free chair massages. The hospital also offered a spe...

  • Two more HR leaders earn new certification

    Two more HR leaders earn new certification

    Karen Ingram, Baptist Women’s Hospital’s human resources director, recently became a Society of Human Resource Management Certified Professional, and Kynis Douglas, Baptist DeSoto’s HR manager, recently earned SHRM’s Senior Certified Professional credential. SHRM regards the two credentials as the n...

  • Baptist North Mississippi team members unite to serve less fortunate

    Baptist North Mississippi team members unite to serve less fortunate

    Baptist North Mississippi team members recently volunteered at More than a Meal in Oxford, whose mission is to help needy women, children and men get back on their feet. More than a Meal provides nutritious meals served in a courteous manner, in a pleasant environment; tutoring to school-age childre...

  • Baptist leaders introduce community program to faith leaders_1

    Baptist leaders introduce community program to faith leaders

    On April 7, Memphis-area faith leaders attended a Baptist Healthy Communities breakfast to kick off the program. Baptist Healthy Communities is designed to help improve the overall wellness of local communities by addressing some of their most pressing health needs. The program will provide better h...

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Two more HR leaders earn new certification

Two more HR leaders earn new certification

Karen Ingram, Baptist Women’s Hospital’s human resources director, recently became a Society of Human Resource Management Certified Professional, and Kynis Douglas, Baptist DeSoto’s HR manager, recently earned SHRM’s Senior Certified Professional credential. SHRM regards the two credentials as ...

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Baptist North Mississippi construction update

Baptist North Mississippi construction update

The foundation will be poured soon for Baptist North Mississippi’s new hospital, the single largest economic development project in the history of Oxford and Lafayette County. The new, five-story facility will measure 602,831 square feet, have 217 beds ...

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BMG physician named president of statewide organization

BMG physician named president of statewide organization

John W. Hale, Jr., MD, a family medicine physician with Baptist Medical Group-The Doctors’ Clinic in Union City, Tenn., has been installed as president of the Tennessee Medical Association, the state’s largest professional organization for physicians. As president, ...

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