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As former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen took the stage at The Chattanoogan hotel to address a room full of doctors Wednesday night, he began by saying that since the time mankind lived in caves, healers have been among the most honored people in society.
After late-night negotiations failed, Erlanger Health System and insurer UnitedHealthcare have decided to extend the deadline for resolving disputes over a contract that expired Wednesday.
After late-night negotiations failed, Erlanger Health System and insurer UnitedHealthcare have decided to extend the deadline to for resolving disputes over a contract that expired today.
More bulldozers and ambulances are heading toward Gunbarrel Road.
Erlanger Health System is moving ahead with plans to expand its Erlanger East campus to a full-service hospital with 107 beds.
Erlanger’s downtown emergency room team treated 11 triathletes – six males and five females after Sunday’s Ironman event.
Nearly a year after Hutcheson Medical Center made the controversial decision to suspend labor and delivery services, board members voted today to bring them back, citing "overwhelming demand from physicians and the community."
Tennessee's Medicaid agency will try to overturn a federal judge's ruling that ordered the agency to take responsibility for long delays in getting applications processed.
Last year, activists helping to sign people up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act were in new territory. Little was known about who would actually sign up for the newly available coverage, or how best to reach them.
State health officials are warning patients not to use drugs made in a Cleveland, Tenn., pharmacy after an investigation found a series of major violations in its drug-making process.