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Atlanta-based retail medical aesthetics boutique OVME (pronounced "of me") has announced the company plans to launch its first minimally invasive cosmetic services studio in Nashville this November at the Hill Center.
Brentwood-headquartered American Addiction Centers (AAC), a national provider of inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment services, recently announced the appointed of Lawrence M. Weinstein, MD, ABHM, as its new chief medical officer.
TriStar Skyline Medical Center has appointed Chris Staigl, MSN, RN, as its chief nursing officer. In her new role, Staigl is responsible for leading the nursing team at both TriStar Skyline and TriStar Skyline Madison.
National not-for-profit behavioral health provider Centerstone has recently made two significant additions to its staff.
Image Surgical Arts (ISA) is set to open a cosmetic surgery center in Nashville. Founded and helmed by triple board-certified surgeon Brady Harris, MD, the center will exclusively offer high-definition liposuction.
Nashville Lung Surgery, part of AdvancedHEALTH, Middle Tennessee's largest, independent, multi-specialty practice, recently announced the practice is continuing to build its Thoracic Robotics program and is now using the latest da Vinci Xi Robotic system at Saint Thomas West Hospital.
HCA's TriStar Division recently announced Wes Fountain as the healthcare division's new chief financial officer (CFO).
Last month on the heels of the commencement of its 2018 class, Nashville Health Care Council Fellows has published its first white paper - 2018 Year in Review, which shares key insights from the initiative's most recent discussions.
Last month, Saint Thomas Health announced two key leadership positions for Saint Thomas Midtown and Saint Thomas West hospitals.
Last month, TriStar Centennial Medical Center welcomed thoracic surgeon, Denis M. Gilmore, MD, to its medical staff.
Rachael Schulte, MD, of Vanderbilt University Medical Center was awarded a Young Investigator Grant from Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Saint Thomas Medical Partners (STMP) has recently welcomed several new physicians to several of the group's Middle Tennessee locations.
HCA is in the process of purchasing Mission Health, a North Carolina-based nonprofit health system, for $1.5 billion.
Two new board members were recently announced by Cumberland Emerging Technologies, Inc. (CET), a joint initiative between Cumberland Pharmaceuticals, Vanderbilt University, Launch Tennessee, and Gloria Pharmaceuticals.
Orlando-based Baker Barrios Architects, a group known for its healthcare design work, recently announced plans to open an office in Nashville.
Pathway Healthcare, a leading provider of office-based medical and behavioral treatment for drug and alcohol addiction and dependency, recently opened an office in Springfield, Tenn.
Nashville-based healthcare finance company CarePayment recently added Wes Pass as chief strategy officer.
Artel Thorpe Sr. of Jackson, Tenn., recently became the first person in the United States to undergo a new, less invasive surgical technique for implanting a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) heart pump since it was granted Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approval on July 11.
At the end of July, Compassus, a nationwide network of community-based hospice, palliative and home health programs headquartered in Brentwood, announced the addition of three healthcare veterans to its corporate office.
The Studer Group - which works with healthcare organizations internationally to achieve and sustain improvement in clinical outcomes and financial results - has hosted "What's Right in Health Care" for the last 15 years.
With the opening of a pre-transplant kidney evaluation clinic in Jackson, Tenn., the Vanderbilt Transplant Center is joining a range of other clinical programs participating in telemedicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC).
Leadership Health Care (LHC) recently announced the appointment of its 2018-2019 board of directors, effective as of July 1, 2018.
Young children and their families in poor communities were able to make some achievable and sustainable behavioral changes during the longest and largest obesity prevention intervention, but, in the end, the results were insufficient to prevent early childhood obesity.
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