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Memorial Health Care System will be changing its name to CHI Memorial, part of a system-wide branding strategy launched by parent organization Catholic Health Initiatives.
While Tennesseans who have waited months to find out whether they are eligible for the state’s Medicaid program say they are still in the dark, TennCare officials say they are resolving the lengthy application delays ahead of a court-ordered schedule.
As Ebola fears continue to fester, health officials say the fixation on the disease is distracting Americans from a virus that poses a far greater threat: "Flu represents a clear and present danger, and every year too many Tennesseans unnecessarily die from this common illness," warns Tennessee Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner.
Every plane that lands on U.S. soil with an evacuated Ebola patient carries two kinds of cargo: A life that needs to be saved, and a virus that needs to be destroyed.
The dreams for East Third Street include swooping glass exteriors — buildings that echo the look of Hunter Art Museum and the Tennessee Aquarium.
Behind the scenes, Chattanooga company on front lines of Ebola response
A Chattanooga-based company has been heavily involved in the U.S.' behind-the-scenes Ebola response since August, helping to decontaminate of transport vehicles, aircraft and treatment facilities.
It is not enough for Erlanger Health System to pull off a financial comeback this year, says hospital CEO Kevin Spiegel.
Erlanger Health System is now battling two discrimination lawsuits brought by former top executives.
Tennessee Hospital Association President Craig Becker said Friday that hospitals across the state have been holding special exercises and drills to become better prepared for recognizing and treating Ebola.