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Jason Little Updates

Support for our clinical team

On Tuesday, we began adding a team of caregivers to our hospital ICUs when we introduced TeleGuardian. You can read this Baptist Leader article for more information about what TeleGuardian is and what it does, and I’m so happy …

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Strengthening our West Tennessee presence

Baptist Medical Group (BMG) recently added the Women’s Health Center of Martin, an obstetrics and gynecology practice in Martin, Tennessee, to its team of primary and specialty physician practices. As the area’s largest multispecialty physician group, BMG has …

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Preaching to teach and heal

A little more than a month ago, the Baptist family lost a precious member, Rev. Jimmy Terry. Rev. Terry served on our System Board of Trustees for 25 years and founded Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church and Tabernacle Christian …

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Continuity of care is just a phone call away

Being a large organization has many advantages, but it also has some challenges. One of those is ensuring that patients who seek care at one Baptist entity can stay within our system when they need additional care. In …

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What it takes to be the best

In my last letter, I mentioned that seven of our hospitals – Baptist Union City, Baptist Union County, Baptist Women’s Hospital, Baptist Collierville, Baptist Golden Triangle, Baptist Huntingdon and Baptist Tipton – earned QUEST Awards for High-value Healthcare. …

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More in common than just the name

When we announced our shared mission agreement with Mississippi Baptist Health Systems, we talked about the many similarities the two organizations shared—everything from our names to our commitment to upholding our Christian missions. But we both share another …

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Everyone profits from this sale

When we announced that we were building a $300 million replacement hospital in Oxford, Mississippi, the community was very excited. However, some local leaders were also anxious. They wondered what would become of the hospital building we would …

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