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Baptist DeSoto opens new Obstetric ED for expectant moms

With the October opening of the Baptist DeSoto obstetrical emergency department, expectant moms can now receive highly tailored, specialized care when experiencing an emergency during pregnancy. A first for the hospital, this OB ED provides a higher level …

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Dr. Charles Fowler to speak at October preaching series

Dr. Charles Fowler, senior pastor of Germantown Baptist Church, will be the guest preacher for the October Jimmy Terry Preaching Series on Oct. 19 at noon. The preaching series is open to anyone in our hospitals—team members, physicians, patients and …

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Learn about new discounts for Baptist team members

Discounts for tickets to Memphis Grizzlies’ October basketball games; Sam’s Club in Southaven, Mississippi; and a number of hotels and rental car companies have been added to the Employee Discount site. Click here to see all discounts available to Baptist …

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Learn about Baptist’s new Specialty Pharmacy

This year, Baptist opened the doors on a new Specialty Pharmacy located on the Baptist Memphis campus and offering specialized pharmacy care for patients, physicians and providers. Unlike a traditional pharmacy, the Specialty Pharmacy carries medications designed for …

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Baptist Medical Center supports the Walk4ALZ

The Baptist Medical Center team in Jackson joined forces and walked in support of Alzheimer’s Mississippi Walk4ALZ. Approximately 20 team members met on Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Flowood Nature Park to help raise funds for Alzheimer’s research. …

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The Equifax data breach: What are my options?

Recently, Equifax announced a cybersecurity incident potentially affecting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers due to the exploitation of a website application vulnerability from mid-May through July 2017. During this breach the hackers gained access to certain files, which contained …

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Baptist DeSoto receives grant from Komen-MidSouth

Susan G. Komen Memphis-MidSouth awarded a $48,000 grant to Baptist DeSoto to provide screening and diagnostic mammograms and ultrasounds to underserved women. This Komen grant services DeSoto, Tate, Tunica, Marshall, Benton, Coahoma and Quitman counties in Mississippi. The …

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