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Jason Little Updates

A culture of engagement

How well do we create a culture of engagement? How well did we implement the changes you suggested on last year’s survey? You’ll be able to answer those questions and more starting on Wednesday when our employee engagement …

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We’re growing together

Now that Mississippi Baptist Health Systems has merged with the Baptist Memorial Health Care family, I would like to officially welcome our newest team members to the Baptist Leader. You will start receiving a letter from me every week …

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A historic week

On April 25, the Mississippi Baptist Health Systems board officially approved the merger of its organization with ours, creating the nation’s largest Baptist health care organization. This partnership will forever change the future of our organization. Our merger …

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Picked again

Last week, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee chose Baptist to be the primary health care provider for members of its Network S, a more affordable network for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee members. This is a huge win for us because …

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We’re part of the conversation

In an effort to better prepare our students for the working world, the Baptist College of Health Sciences recently hosted its first “Practice and Educational Leadership Summit: An Enculturation Strategy Session.” I joined 50 Baptist Memorial Health Care …

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Thank you for the PICU

Last year, the Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation set an ambitious goal of raising $500,000 from our team members to benefit the pediatric intensive care unit at the Spence and Becky Wilson Baptist Children’s Hospital. We have exceeded …

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Following your lead

Earlier this month I visited with two groups of future leaders—a HOSA-Future Health Professionals chapter and participants in the Greater Memphis Chamber’s Corner Office Series. During these meetings I shared some of my experiences, gave a little advice …

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Improving access to emergency care

We recently filed a certificate of need—a legal document requesting permission to build or expand services—for a new freestanding emergency department we would like to build in Arlington, Tennessee. We will be building the facility in partnership with …

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Another way to heal broken hearts

Last November, Frazer and Dana Gieselmann had to do the unthinkable. They had to say goodbye to their 6-year-old daughter, Milla, who passed away from a rare neurodegenerative disease. Though they were consumed with grief, they had to …

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