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It’s Getting Easier to Make Healthy Food Choices at Work: Q&A with Shannon Willoughby

Baptist Memorial Health Care has been working to make it simpler for team members to have healthy food choices available to them while at work….

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Our 2022 Community Health Needs Assessment: Q&A with Dr. Keith Norman and Cynthia Bradford

Baptist Memorial Health Care completes a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years to help track community health, respond to needs of residents, increase…

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Take a Closer Look at that Invoice You Received in the Mail: Q&A with Laurie Christensen

You’ve gotten used to the idea of email scams, but have you considered whether scams come through the mail, as well? They do! A printed…

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Baptist Management System Highlighted at Stanford Conference: Q&A with Skip Steward

Baptist Memorial Health Care’s Vice President and Chief Improvement Officer, Skip Steward, presented to a packed audience at the 2022 Lean Healthcare Academic Conference at…

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Women Recover Faster with New Minimally Invasive Surgical Technique: Q&A with Dr. Thomas Pitman

Dr. Thomas Pitman is an OB-GYN and urogynecologist specializing in minimally invasive pelvic reconstructive surgery with Baptist Medical Group in Southaven, Mississippi. He’s traveling around…

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Baptist Pharmacy Teams Make a Difference: Q&A With Jillian Foster

We’re so proud of our pharmacy teams across the Baptist system for everything they do to provide the best care for our patients. National Pharmacy…

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A Proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine: Q&A With Dr. Peter Bell

The proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine at Baptist Health Sciences University is one step closer to becoming a reality. Baptist learned this week that the…

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Sharpen Your Ability to Identify Phishing Emails and Win: Q&A With Gary Sparks

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and Privacy & Security at Baptist is hosting a competition to help you hone your ability to spot phishing emails…

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Treating Addiction in the ER and Beyond: Q&A with Samuel Pieh and Sierra Butler

September is National Recovery Month, a time to increase awareness of addiction treatments and support recovery communities and the providers who help make recovery a…

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Young Students Cope with Help from the Baptist Centers for Good Grief: Q&A with Angela Hamblen-Kelly

Memphis community members are still grieving recent losses due to violence. The grief is even more amplified among the students, teachers and staff at St….