TwelveStone Health Partners, a provider of comprehensive chronic care medication services, has named Terry Cost, PharmD, director of purchasing. With significant experience in pharmacy, Cost has led pharmacy operations for a Tennessee-based pharmaceutical distribution company and a regional senior living facility organization. Throughout his career, he has owned and operated a consulting company that provided professional consulting to patients, prescribers, and caregivers in long-term care. Cost is a long-time member of the Tennessee Pharmacists Association, serving as a past board member and past president.
Activities Include Free COVID Testing, a Mayoral Tour of the Clinic, Drive-Up Diaper Giveaways and More
Murfreesboro couple, Roy Thompson, DDS, MAGD, and Margrey Thompson, PT, M.Ed., have authored the book, "Progress Not Perfection-Building a Powerful Marriage While Raising Challenging Children," which recently was released as an e-Book and in Kindle version by Amazon.com and published in print by Hybrid Global Publishing, N.Y., N.Y.
In the eastern part of the state, Knoxville-based Integrity Laboratories has announced the appointment of Maria Cekanova, RNDr, PhD, to chief scientific officer.
Nashville Predators team up with Red Cross and over 15 organizations to host largest multi-state summer blood drive
Free T-shirt, a $5 Amazon.com Gift Card and a chance to win a $100 Nashville Predators Locker Room Gift Card for all pre-registered presenting donors Aug. 4-7
14 science and tech camps hosted for 150 students from five Tennessee counties
Through a long-standing clinical partnership with United Surgical Partners International (USPI) and Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance (TOA), Ascension Saint Thomas is moving ahead with investment in Rutherford County by developing a joint-venture Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) in Murfreesboro's Westlawn community.
Meharry Medical Group alum Carlton Z. Adams Jr., MD, has rejoined the active medical. Adams is a board-certified general surgeon whose practice emphasizes endovascular, wound care and general surgery procedures.
TriStar Centennial Medical Center has completed the 10th floor of its inpatient tower, adding 30 patient rooms dedicated to treating neurology patients. The project was the final phase of a four-floor expansion at the 741-bed medical center.
Bryan Sisk, DNP, MPH, RN, NE-BC, CENP has joined the HCA Healthcare TriStar Division as chief nursing executive. In the CNE role, Sisk will establish the overall strategic direction for the practice of nursing operations across the TriStar division, working collaboratively with facility chief nursing officers and other nurse leaders.
Red Cross needs local volunteers due to COVID-19 as the country heads into hurricane and wildfire season
Experts say we are in for a busy wildfire and hurricane season this summer and the American Red Cross needs volunteers to help in our community.
Newly released data on treatment outcomes of people with cancer diagnosed with COVID-19 reveal a racial disparity in access to Remdesivir, an antiviral drug that has been shown to shorten hospital stays, and increased mortality associated with dexamethasone, a steroid that has had the opposite effect in the general patient population.
American College of Surgeons launches new Cancer Surgery Standards Program to improve the quality of surgical care provided to cancer patients
New program develops cancer surgery standards and reporting tools for institutions and surgeons to readily adopt and easily integrate into practice
New study shows use of Caldolor® prolongs time to first narcotic administration
Two volunteer leaders have been named to positions on Vanderbilt University Medical Center's advisory boards.
New campaign, Don't Die of Doubt™, emphasizes symptoms of heart attack and stroke, need to access care by calling 9-1-1 even during pandemic
TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center has named Joe White as the hospital's new chief operating officer.
Siloam Health has expanded access to high-quality healthcare for Nashville's underserved and medically vulnerable populations through a new clinic in Antioch.
Meharry Medical College and University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School Health Care Management (HCM) Department recently announced a joined MD/PhD program to foster more diversity in healthcare that will launch in 2021.