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Hospitals and Facilities

Fellows rotate at 3 unique and dynamic hospitals that give them a host of experiences that enrich them professionally and academically.

Regional One HealthRegional One Health
877 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
901.545.7100

Regional One Health (ROH) was established in 1829, making it the oldest health system in Tennessee. ROH is the only level-1 trauma center in the region, has the region's only accredited burn center, and also serves as the public safety-net hospital for the Memphis area.  Unique services offered by Regional One include the trauma services and the burn ICU, in addition to caring for the region's underserved population.

ROH is the largest medical and surgical teaching site for the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.  The partnership between Regional One Health and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center includes the UT Regional One Physicians group, the largest teaching physician group of its kind in the Mid-South.

Experiences here provide experience with complex Pulmonary and Critical Care Pathology. Pulmonary services provide invasive procedures like EBUS, Pleurx Catheters, Lead by our interventional pulmonologist. ROH also provides services like cardio pulmonary exercise testing (all caps) (CPET) and severe asthma program.

Baptist Memorial Hospital MemphisBaptist Memorial Hospital - Memphis
6019 Walnut Grove Rd.
Memphis, TN 38120
901.226.5000

Baptist Memorial Hospital (BMH) - Memphis is the flagship hospital of the Baptist Memorial Health Care system and a tertiary care referral center.  The 80-acre campus includes the hospital, Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women, Baptist Women’s Health CenterSpence and Becky Wilson Baptist Children’s Hospital, and Baptist Memorial Restorative Care Hospital, Baptist Heart Institute, and five (5) physicians’ office buildings. The Baptist mission is a three-fold ministry of healing, preaching, and teaching which is used to provide quality health care.

BMH is one of Tennessee's busiest hospitals with 65,000 emergency department visits and 12,000 surgeries each year. The hospital physicians are Mid-South transplant pioneers, performing the first area open heart surgery in 1960 and the first local heart transplant in 1985. A variety of subspecialty and ambulatory electives are available taught by volunteer faculty, many of whom have received teaching awards.

Baptist Memorial Hospital houses the only adult heart transplant program in the mid-south. Fellows also gain extensive experience in the management of critically ill patients requiring ECMO.

Memphis VA Medical CenterMemphis VA Medical Center
1030 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
901.523.8990

Founded in 1922, the Memphis VA Medical Center (VAMC) is affiliated with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and is one of UTHSC's primary adult teaching hospitals.  It offers quality healthcare for the changing medical, surgical, and quality of life needs of the Mid-South men and women who so proudly served our nation.

For the 196,000 veterans from 53 counties in western Tennessee, northern Mississippi, and northwest Arkansas, the VAMC offers a variety of services for both physical and mental health needs.  New programs include those for traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicide prevention.

The VAMC has an ICU and a Cardiac ICU. The VA also offers extensive pulmonary pathology and experience with advanced pulmonary procedures including navigational bronchoscopy, linear EBUS, and radial EBUS. Weekly tumor board meetings and a sleep center.

Sim CenterCenter for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation
26 S Dunlap St
Memphis, TN 38163
901.448.4530

The Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) is a 45,000 square foot stand-alone building for healthcare simulation and interprofessional education. Learn more about CHIPS

Fellows receive training in advanced bronchoscopy, EBUS, ultrasonography, and advanced airways at the SIM center. 

Last Published: Oct 22, 2021