The Brain and Spine Institute is made up of experts in the field of neuroscience in order to bring patients the best healthcare in East Tennessee for a full range of neurological diseases and disorders.
The University of Tennessee Medical Center’s Neurodiagnostic Services EEG (Electroencephalography) Lab recently achieved accreditation by the EEG Laboratory Accreditation Board of ABRET (LAB-EEG). It is only one of two other hospitals in the state to achieve this distinction. The other hospital is Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. The accreditation is valid through 2019.
June 11 is a date Roy Cockrum will never forget – for two reasons. On June 11, 2010, he was confronted by the unknown; he was undergoing heart surgery at UT Medical Center to save his life. On the same date, but four years later, June 11, 2014, Cockrum was thrilled by the unknown; he won the lottery - $259.8 million as the Powerball Jackpot winner. What a difference four years can make.
What is health literacy and why is it important? Health literacy is defined as “the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process and understand basic health information needed to make appropriate health decisions and services needed to prevent or treat illness”.
The University of Tennessee Medical Center will host a forum Thursday, November 20 on the chronically poor health condition of Tennesseans and citizens in the Knoxville region.
Join special guest Janet Prince and the UT Medical Center Healthy Living Kitchen team as they teach participants how to prepare a gluten-free holiday meal that is healthy and delicious.
Presented by University Bariatric Center at UT Medical Center. FREE screenings for men who are interested in achieving a healthier lifestyle and will be held on Monday, November 3 at 5:30 p.m. at UT Medical Center’s Heart Hospital Conference Room.