Forbes recently released its list for the top employers nationwide and a total of 34 Tennessee based companies made the list. Over 1,300 companies made the list, seven of which were Nashville entities. This doesn’t come as a surprise, as Tennessee was named one of the best states for business just earlier this year.
Publisher: The Tennessean
Southern states continue to see high numbers of dangerous respiratory infections but have likely passed the worst of the so-called “tripledemic” of influenza, RSV and COVID-19 that led to widespread school closures this fall and has strained some of the region’s hospitals. “We’re seeing a lot of vaccine hesitancy with influenza shots this year. I think people… Read More
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center will allow first-year pharmacy students to begin their four-year training programs on UT’s Nashville and Knoxville campuses for the first time next year, officials announced this week.
It was Nov. 1, the second day of our three-day “Everywhere you Look, UTHSC” tour across Tennessee to raise awareness of UTHSC’s contributions to the health of all Tennesseans. We set out to visit with UTHSC’s hospital partners, team members, faculty, staff, students, alumni, friends and community leaders to show that UTHSC reaches far beyond… Read More
The vibrancy of Memphis and the reputation of University of Tennessee Health Science Center attracted Dr. Peter Buckley, the school’s chancellor since Feb. 1. A psychiatrist by training and profession, Buckley has been a clinical and academic leader for many years. On this episode of the Tennessee Voices video podcast, Buckley and I talked about… Read More
The USA TODAY Network Tennessee hosted candidate forums over two months in six cities across all three Grand Divisions in partnership with the University of Tennessee system and Lipscomb University. June 16: University of Tennessee Health Science Center (Memphis) Gubernatorial candidates Carnita Atwater, Democrat Jason Martin, Democrat JB Smiley, Democrat