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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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….