Faith-Based Healthcare News – May 2019

Faith-Based Healthcare News – May 2019
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Baptist Looks to Expand Medical Services at Hendersonville Hospital

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has signed a letter of intent with not-for-profit AdventHealth to negotiate providing specialty services at its Hendersonville hospital. Wake Forest Baptist would become a minority owner of the hospital with board representation. The agreement is expected to be finalized later this year, according to the Winston Salem Journal.

Shorb Tower at Methodist University Hospital Opens to Patients

Standing nine stories tall, containing 18 operating rooms and incorporating a new parking plaza with 700 spaces, Methodist University Hospital’s new 450,000 square foot tower is the latest addition to the Memphis campus. Part of the health system’s $275 million campus expansion project, it provides convenient access to state-of-the-art technology and advanced comprehensive care for transplant, cardiology, blood and marrow transplant and oncology services. Read the complete press release.

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