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Health Care Hall of Fame

The Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame officially inducted both the 2020 and 2021 classes in a ceremony at Belmont's Fisher Center for the Performing Arts.

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Health Care Council Looks to Future of Industry
Health Care Council Looks to Future of Industry

Nearly two years into battling a global pandemic, there's no question healthcare providers and facilities have faced difficult headwinds. Emotional and physical exhaustion, overcrowding, supply chain issues, frustration over vaccine misinformation, disruption in services ... it would be easy to paint a bleak picture of healthcare in 2021.

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Celebrating the Annual Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr., Legacy Breakfast
Celebrating the Annual Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr., Legacy Breakfast

The annual event, a fundraiser for the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center, drew more than 340 virtual attendees for a morning of celebration.

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A Fireside Chat on COVID & Health Equity
A Fireside Chat on COVID & Health Equity

Drs. Anthony Fauci and James Hildreth, two noted infectious disease experts, sat down for a virtual fireside chat to discuss

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COVID-19 - Where We Stand
COVID-19 - Where We Stand

As the city moves deeper into reopening, leaders address the need for ongoing precautions and realities of vaccine development.

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A New Vision for Safety Net Care
A New Vision for Safety Net Care

After 14 months of study, the Indigent Care Stakeholder Work Team has released their vision for safety net care in Nashville.

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Something to Smile About
Something to Smile About
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Searching for Middle Ground
Searching for Middle Ground

City and healthcare leaders continue searching for the best way to care for Nashville's most at-risk citizens.

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Now is the Time to Engage the Next Generation of Providers
Now is the Time to Engage the Next Generation of Providers

From sharing the finer points of frog dissection to construction of a new greenhouse for hands-on learning, Meharry students, faculty and staff are reaching out to the community to spark interest in the health sciences as part of MeharryNOW.

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