Stories of Healing, Education and Discovery
Welcome to the latest issue of Frontiers, our quarterly online magazine featuring stories of healing, education and discovery. Together The University of Tennessee Medical Center and UT Graduate School of Medicine make up the region’s academic medical center.
In this issue of Frontiers, you will learn about our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit expansion, the late Dr. W. Bedford Waters’ legacy of excellence in leadership and medicine, Mackenzie’s inspiring story of recovery from a traumatic injury, and Karissa’s fight against cancer and the expert care she received at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. We also celebrate our 20 years of growth since the formation of University Health System.
We hope you enjoy these stories, and we look forward to hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A $6 million expansion to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit gives moms and babies the best possible care – and having their babies just down the hall makes families feel good.Learn More
W. Bedford Waters, MD, a leading urologist and professor at The University of Tennessee Medical Center, exemplified excellence in medicine and leadership.Learn More
After a spinal cord injury left 19-year old Mackenzie Johnson a paraplegic, instead of asking why, he and his family asked, “What’s next?”Learn More
When Karisa Scott was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer, she got treatment right here at home — with University of Tennessee Medical Center physicians, who teamed up to find a cure.Learn More
Two decades ago, University Health System was created to help the medical center better meet our community’s needs.Learn More