The hospital system announced Interim President Trey Eubanks, MD, has been named president. Dr. Eubanks has been serving as Le Bonheur’s interim president since March 2023. He is also Le Bonheur’s current Surgeon-in-Chief and University of Tennessee Health Science Center Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics and Chief of Pediatric Surgery.
Due to changing administrations, the future of the funding for a Frayser garden revamped from a crime ridden lot has come into question.
The start of school is less than two weeks away for Memphis-Shelby County Schools students, and Shelby County Health Department (SCHD) is working to help families get the vaccines and medical services they need to get back to school.
Federal officials approved the nation’s first over-the-counter birth control pill Thursday morning. The daily birth control pill, Opill, can now be sold legally over the counter at drug stores, allowing women and girls to quickly get birth control without seeing a doctor first. With about half of U.S. pregnancies being unintended, the future looks promising… Read More
Mental health experts are sounding the alarm about just how much mental health has to do with drug use and youth crime. Thursday is mental health day of action. Instead of just talking about the importance of good mental health. The day encourages us all to do something. Psychiatrist Altha Stewart, Dean of Community Health Engagement… Read More
Healthcare is vital to everyone’s life, but access is not always there. The University of Tennessee Health Science Center is making strides in ensuring rural communities get the care they need. What looks like your average charter bus is healthcare on wheels. UTHSC unveiled its Mobile Health Unit Thursday, providing healthcare where it’s needed most.
The next generation of medical professionals are taking their first steps into the world. The University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis held its commencement ceremonies Monday and Tuesday.
One Memphis doctor is training up the next generation of medical professionals through the program Determined to be a Doctor Someday. Children from around Memphis gathered at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Tuesday. They all want to pursue a career in medicine, and Dr. Christina Rosenthal is helping them get there.