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How Sully still plays

Sully Farrar’s life may have been cut short, but his memory still lives long in the hearts of many. Every year, his father, Jason Farrar…

Baptist Technology Services gives to the Ronald McDonald House

Baptist Technology Services recently showed their sweet generosity with a large donation to the Ronald McDonald House. The group gathered and donated 30 pounds of…

Making the Connection

Baptist’s Black Men in White Coats event focuses on disparity in medicine On Saturday April 28, Baptist hosted the first annual Black Men in White…

Yazoo City school gets recess reboot

Hundreds of students at Woolfolk Middle School in Yazoo City received a “recess reboot” this year, thanks to Mississippi Baptist Medical Center and the Metro…

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Ride to remember Milla

If you’ve never heard Milla Gieselmann’s story or how Baptist connected with this family through the Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief, Milla’s House,…

If walls could speak…

Donors gather to celebrate the PICU photo gallery and giving wall Last week, a group of nearly 60 people gathered in a small space for…

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What to do with dense breast diagnosis

Your doctor says you have dense breasts. How does that affect your breast care and exams? Breast tissue is composed of fatty tissue and gland…

DiscoverREAD 2018 symbolizes more than a place

It has been said that “He who loves reading has everything within his reach.”  That’s good news for the children benefiting from the DiscoverREAD initiative…

Baptist Calhoun flings into spring

Someone once said the South has the loveliest springs, and it appears Baptist Calhoun in Mississippi agrees. On March 22, the team at Baptist Calhoun…

What do STEAM students really think about health care?

When a group of Baptist Technology Services (BTS) volunteers gathered at The Maxine Smith STEAM Academy career day, they found student reactions about health care…