Publisher: ABC24


Shelby County high school juniors & seniors can apply for paid summer fellowship learning job skills

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Rising high school juniors and seniors can apply for the program, which allows the teens to earn certifications in health coaching, training from folks at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center (UTHSC), and training in Microsoft Office and video editing. Participants will also receive Memphis Urban League’s job readiness curriculum and attend lunch and… Read More


UTHSC holds spring commencement for its four colleges

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UTHSC holds spring commencement for its four colleges


Tennessee ranks 8th in overdose deaths, but numbers declining. Here’s where you can find treatment access.

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There are 17 help centers in Memphis that offer different resources for those seeking treatment, including help for those without funds or insurance.


Memphis’ newest First Lady on balancing life, career and politics in first one-on-one TV interview

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ABC24 sat down with the First Lady of Memphis, Dr. Jamila Smith-Young, in an exclusive interview on her journey growing up in Memphis, forging her own path while staying by the side of Memphis’ newest mayor.


Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital holds ribbon-cutting for NICU expansion

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“Advancements in fetal medicine and NICU care have increased survival rates for babies born preterm or with complex congenital anomalies. As a result, NICU use and demand have increased across the region and nationally,” said Le Bonheur President Trey Eubanks, MD, FACS. “This expansion will provide us space and support for this special and unique… Read More


Memphis Mayor Paul Young meets with students at University of Tennessee Health Science Center

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Young emphasized raising awareness about medicine’s importance in the city and how it positively impacts the community.


UTHSC holds Match Day celebrations

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Match Day is when graduating medical students will found out where they will be completing their medical training.


‘We’re here to help’ | Memphis physician assistants head to Nashville to speak to lawmakers about future of healthcare field

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Memphis physician assistants (PAs) and PA students spoke to Tennessee leaders over the future of their healthcare careers.