Current Memphis Medical News

Letter To The Editor

All of us in the medical community enjoy your newspaper tremendously. It is a shame however that you gave Dr.Manoj Jain the bully pulpit in your July edition. (Dr. Jain is running for Shelby County commissioner, District 13.) To be fair you should give equal time to his opponent, Steve Basar.


Idea for Cleaner Instruments Spawns New Company | Zeroto510, Allan Daisley, Bioworks, Ryan Ramkhelawan, Shawn Flynn, Restore Medical Solutions, modular sterilization tray, Innova, MB Venture Partners
Idea for Cleaner Instruments Spawns New Company

Zeroto510 program provides needed boost to get product to market 

Ryan Ramkhelawan remembers the exact moment the idea came. Frustrated by seeing surgical instruments returning to the operating room dirty despite several steps of decontamination, he thought there had to be a better way.


GINGER H. PORTER

FFB Driving the Research to Fight Blindness
FFB Driving the Research to Fight Blindness
PAMELA HARRIS

Qsource to Spearhead Significant Changes In CMS’ Restructuring Of QIO Programs

The widespread reform of the nation’s healthcare has trickled down to create significant changes for area healthcare providers; changes that begin this month.


Emerging & Reemerging Infectious Diseases | Infectious Disease, Emerging Infectious Disease, EID, Tennessee Department of Health, Dr. Tim Jones, Epidemiology, Chikungunya, West Nile Virus, Dengue, Measles, Tuberculosis, TB, Pertussis, Whooping Cough
Emerging & Reemerging Infectious Diseases

Chikungunya and new strains of influenza are among a list of emerging infectious diseases that have grabbed recent headlines, but reemerging diseases including measles and pertussis are also causing epidemiologists concern across the nation.


CINDY SANDERS

New ‘Medical Center’ Continues to Grow | Germantown Medical Corridor, Cypress Realty Holdings Co., Joe Jarratt, Charles Lock, Sutherland Cardiology, Methodist Healthcare System, William Tuttle, Baptist Memorial.
New ‘Medical Center’ Continues to Grow

Wolf River tenants line up to upgrade older buildings

Germantown, with its current expansion of treatment facilities, continues to build its reputation as a rapidly growing Memphis-area medical center. 


EMILY ADAMS KEPLINGER