The Mobile Stroke Unit operated by University Clinical Health continues to make a big impact on the Memphis community, helping the UT College of Medicine achieve its community goals. the Memphis Daily News is the latest news outlet to cover this important medical service in Memphis that is saving lives. https://www.memphisdailynews.com/news/2016/dec/31/ut-mobile-stroke-unit-saving-lives-in-first-months-on-streets
Dr. Uzoma Ben Gbulie, MD, FACS, and Dr. Robert Wallace, MD, were at the news briefing head table from a team of doctors numbering in the dozens who participated in a conjoined twins separation. The two doctors from University Plastic Surgeons represented what the medical team described as one of the three most critical and… View Article
The UT Addiction Medicine practice operated by University Clinical Health has been recognized as the nation’s first unified Center of Excellence in Addiction Medicine by The Addiction Medicine Foundation. The designation was announced at a ceremony featuring a who’s who of the Memphis Medical Community, city leaders and the executive vice president of The Addiction… View Article
Kaplan-Amonette Department of Dermatology at UTHSC Growing; Expanding Clinical Practice
The Mobile Stroke Unit that is being operated out of the University Clinical Health UT Neurology practice continues to be heralded across the medical community. Most recently, Radiology Today magazine featured the Mobile Stroke Unit in its November 2016 cover story. To view the full story, follow this link: Radiology Today November 2016 Cover.
The University Clinical Health Addiction Medicine operations are receiving considerable attention in the Memphis community and beyond. A recent article in High Ground News discusses the journey to the program launch and the importance of the program to the medical community. To view the story, follow this link.
Dr. Peter Konofaos’ work in the treatment of migraines was featured in the August issue of Memphis Medical News. To read the article about this unique treatment being brought to the Memphis market. To see the article as it appears online at the publication, visit this Memphis Medical News link.
When the Memphis ABC News Team needed a doctor to come on its news program to discuss the dangers of heat from a health standpoint, they turned to Dr. Sheetal Mayur Patel from University Clinical Health’s UT Family Medicine practice. Dr. Patel spent nearly three minutes on air with anchor Amy Speropoulos discussing the health… View Article
Dr. Guy Voeller, Dr. Nathaniel Stoikes and Dr. David Webb were featured in the April, 2016, issue of General Surgery News. To read about the work these UT Minimally Invasive Surgery physicians are doing in Modified Onlay Technique for Ventral Hernias, follow the link below: http://www.generalsurgerynews.com/In-the-News/Article/04-16/Surgeon-Describes-Modified-Onlay-Technique-for-Ventral-Hernias-With-Impressive-Results/35856
University Clinical Health was recently featured in a story in the Memphis Commercial Appeal. For the full story that ran on January 30, 2016, visit the Commercial Appeal here.
1/13/15 – Today, University Clinical Health launches as a new, financially strong organization with a long-term commitment to the Memphis medical scene. University Clinical Health has more than 100 renowned physicians practicing medicine in 13 different disciplines. The organization’s physicians serve on the faculty at the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine, providing them with… View Article
The winter holidays create challenges for many when it comes to mental health. University Clinical Health Psychiatrist, Dr. Paul B. Hill discussed holiday mental health in Memphis Health + Fitness Magazine http://memphishealthandfitness.com/2015/12/01/a-prescription-for-emotional-health-for-the-holidays
With a growing number of “plastic surgery” options offered on the marketplace, not all procedures and those administering them are created equal. When News Channel 3 in Memphis ran a story on a “botched” procedure, they sought the insight of Dr. Robert Wallace, a leading doctor with University Clinical Health’s UT Plastic Surgery and the… View Article
Dr. Robert Wallace, the chairman of the Division of Plastic Surgery for University of Tennessee College of Medicine and a leading doctor with University Clinical Health’s UT Plastic Surgery, was recently featured by St. Jude Children’s Hospital for his ground breaking work with chronic pain. Read the story here: https://www.stjude.org/about-st-jude/stories/promise-magazine/autumn-2015/creating-smiles.html