Academic medical centers play an important role in the healthcare system today, both in caring for patients across the country and devoting resources to research and innovation for the next generation of treatment. This list features 100 CFOs of academic medical centers and health systems across the country.
UTHSC In the Media
A day after seniors swarmed two sites in Shelby County to get vaccines specifically set aside for first responders, the state Department of Health upgraded its priority list on Wednesday, Dec. 30.
Memphis: The in-house COVID-19 testing program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is one of the fastest labs in the Memphis area, handling nearly 9,000 tests in a two-week period with a result turnaround time of less than a day, according to recently released state data.
The in-house COVID-19 testing program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is one of the fastest labs in the Memphis area, handling nearly 9,000 tests in a two-week period with a result turnaround time of less than a day, according to recently released state data. The lab at Regional One Health likewise had a listed… Read More
Months ago, there was at least a faint hope — albeit, grounded more in our shared contempt for COVID-19 than in any scientific data — that life amid a pandemic might fade as 2020 blended into a new year, a new year that could not come soon enough. That now seems magnitudes beyond naïve.
When the owners of the Trolley Stop Market presciently closed up shop at the start of 2020, they left behind a nearly 70-year-old retail center that’s “not in great shape,” according to Anthony Hopson. Hopson’s employer, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), bought the half-acre property for $1 million on the last day… Read More
As the Christmas week began in the Mid-South, healthcare workers were faced with a startling juxtaposition: the hope provided by the commencement of COVID-19 vaccinations and the grim reality that as cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, healthcare systems are quickly running out of workers to treat all the patients coming in.
COVID-19 vaccinations will begin at Memphis’ University of Tennessee Health Science Center Saturday, the university announced Friday. Several hospitals in Memphis began vaccinating frontline workers earlier this week. Scott Strome, executive dean of the UTHSC College of Medicine, said the college is “delighted.” Strome credited Kennard Brown, the executive vice chancellor and chief operations officer,… Read More