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Safety Matters: Foley catheters

When patients are admitted to the hospital, their diagnosis may require the insertion of a Foley catheter, a flexible tube that is passed through the urethra and into the bladder. “The tube has two separated channels, or lumens, …

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Colleagues raise $50,000 for Race for the Cure

Hundreds of Baptist colleagues were among the 15,000 who participated in the 2013 Komen Memphis-Midsouth Race for the Cure. A number of Baptist entities organized teams, including Baptist College of Health Sciences, Baptist Collierville, Baptist DeSoto, Baptist Medical …

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Ask the Expert: Child Diets

How much food is too much for your child? Many people have been put on a diet in one way or another, whether they need to cut back on some foods or to consume more vegetables. With a …

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Sync HumanaVitality workouts on personal device

Humana Vitality

Colleagues who want to transfer workout information from a pedometer, FitBit or heart monitor to their HumanaVitality accounts must do so on a personal device, not a Baptist computer. Colleagues can download the HumanaFit app or sync workout …

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Willson honored as Spiritual Treasure

The Rev. Sandy Willson, senior pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, talks to attendees of Baptist’s latest Spiritual Treasures event about transforming the community. He charged the crowd to engage, equip and mobilize individuals, organizations and congregations to be …

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Minor Med app turns living room into waiting room

The Baptist Minor Medical Centers’ Rest & Relax at Home smartphone application gives patients the ability to pre-register and check into any of Baptist’s four minor medical centers in the greater Memphis, Tenn., area from their home or …

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