TDH Commissioner Lisa Piercey, MD, is making prevention, rural healthcare a priority.
Last month, the AMA recognized U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander for his work to improve healthcare across the country.
Dr. Ashish Shah is the driving force behind the growth and innovation at one of the nation's busiest heart transplant programs.
Now in its ninth year, the March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards recently celebrated 17 outstanding professionals who embody leadership, compassion and excellence.
Orthopaedic surgeon and community health advocate Manny Sethi, MD, is piloting a new model of healthcare for Tennesseans
Oncologist Meredith McKean, MD, MPH, overseeing Sarah Cannon's Melanoma Research Program
Last month the Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame welcomed seven new industry legends to its prestigious ranks.
Acadia Healthcare CMO Michael Genovese, MD, JD, tackles misconceptions around mental health and addiction.
Dr. Brandon Downs of Orthopaedic Specialists offers convenient, comprehensive services to patients who rely on his expertise in minimally invasive joint replacement and sports medicine.
Franklin company mitigating cybersecurity risks for healthcare organizations nationwide.
Surgeon-in-chief, director of pediatric urology, professor, administrator, physician - Dr. John Brock wears many hats at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt ... and all of them are focused on making the lives of children better.
Much of the nation's blood supply is medically monitored by Nashville-based physician and American Red Cross CMO Dr. Pampee Young.
The annual McWhorter Society Luncheon at Belmont University celebrated healthcare accomplishments by honoring Gov. Winfield C. Dunn and announcing the 2018 inductees into the Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame.
TennCare CMO launches programs aimed at improving health of Tennessee's Medicaid recipients.
It's time to nominate a deserving nurse for the annual March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards. Nominations close June 30.
The intelligent, gracious, impressive women selected for the Class of 2018 are helping change healthcare. Wearing many hats - provider, payer, administrator, teacher, lawyer, consultant, advocate, leader, role model - they possess a willingness and fearlessness to look at old problems in new ways.
Mayor David Briley Presented Recognition at Event on April 12 at Meharry Medical College
Primary care provider Lorraine Charles, MD, has a passion for caring for the underserved in Nashville and beyond.
Geriatrician Kiffany Peggs' whole-person approach brings peace of mind, hope to UnitedHealthcare clients.
March is Kidney Disease Awareness Month. Take this opportunity to talk to patients about maintaining and sustaining kidney function.
Ashok Babu, MD, is giving a second chance to cardiac patients at Saint Thomas Heart
Teckro, a new addition to Nashville's healthcare ecosystem, is using technology to streamline the clinical trials process and enhance compliance and engagement.
Metzl brings unique perspective to study of humanities and medicine
The women selected for the Class of 2017 are dedicated, talented, passionate, smart, collaborative innovators. In short, they are people we want to watch as leaders in their respective fields modeling ways to create a more efficient, effective healthcare system.
Hall of Fame's third class represents Tennessee's greatest health and health care pioneers
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