Dr. Ken Brown said he believes there is a lot of long-term possibilities for the medical district.
In the Media Tag: Memphis medical center
The new Medical District Collaborative board includes … Dr. Kennard Brown, executive vice-chancellor, University of Tennessee Health Science Center …
Many different signs of various styles, colors and sizes greet visitors who drive through the Memphis Medical Center along Union: Methodist University Hospital, Methodist Healthcare, Southern College of Optometry, Church Health Center, Baptist College of Health Sciences, an orange “UT,” UT-Baptist Research Park, and University of Tennessee Health Science Center …
Investments in the Medical District are planned by the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, but many blocks remain unsightly, Prosterman said.
The $40 million donation to the Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute is a great shot in the arm for the hospital, for the Medical District and for Memphis as a whole.
50 years ago: 1965 “The University of Tennessee wants to help make Memphis the medical capital of the world, and Memphis is well on the way toward becoming just that,” Dr. Andrew Holt, UT president, told an alumni meeting last night at the Rivermont. Dr. Holt said new projects were increasing the diversity and quality… Read More
“The event Friday was the kind of thing we want to foster and culture in the medical district,” said Dr. Ken Brown, executive vice chancellor and COO at UTHSC. “In the near future, you’ll see a lot more things like that. You’ll start seeing more art. The medical district will become a lot softer, a… Read More
If you drive Downtown you may have noticed the new UT logos on Methodist Hospital and the continual construction on UTHSC’s 4,000-student campus. It’s likely the largest building boom ever for the school — 15 buildings have been renovated, built or are planned over the next few years, including a new College of Medicine.