It is a difficult time to be a healthcare professional in the Mid-South. All of us have had to continuously change as we adapt to a…View More Opinion: We Have a Shot at Ending the COVID-19 Crisis. Let’s Get It Done.
July 21 campaign expands with week-long virtual Crafts for Care events Church Health’s third annual Giving Day will take place Tuesday, July 21 from 12:00…View More Tuesday, July 21: Church Health Giving Day to Support Health Care for Uninsured
This story was originally published June 24, 2020 by High Ground News. It’s been more than three months since the city and county mayors declared…View More Your questions for navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic, asked and answered
From Maddie Rhodes, Communications Scholar at Church Health Practically overnight, Church Health changed course like so many other businesses and organizations in the midst of…View More Church Health continues focus on the underserved, shares online video resources & eases into reopening
From Mayor Jim Strickland: I want to talk briefly about three items today. The first is testing, second is economic recovery, and then Safer at…View More Mayor’s Update: testing, economic recovery, and Safer at Home enforcement
“When there is need, Memphians step up.” From Mayor Jim Strickland In their March 24th meeting, the City Council approved a $2 million budget amendment to…View More COVID-19: City able to contribute $300,000 for meals, shelter and drive-thru testing thanks to City Council amendment
The City Memphis’ COVID-19 Joint Task Force announced Wednesday a list of additional testing sites. With the help of several health providers, the Joint COVID…View More COVID-19: City announces more testing sites, goal to test 1,000 people each day