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Eubanks named surgeon in chief
James “Trey” Eubanks, MD, was recently named surgeon in chief for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Eubanks also serves as medical director for Le Bonheur’s Trauma Services division and as chief of Pediatric Surgery. Eubanks succeeds Pediatric Urologist Mark Williams, MD, in this role.
Emergency med residency to begin July 1
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare has launched an emergency medicine residency program. The three-year program will offer three to six slots each year, and residents will rotate through Le Bonheur’s Emergency Department to receive pediatric-specific training.
Le Bonheur forms Vascular Anomalies Clinic
Le Bonheur recently formed a multidisciplinary Vascular Anomalies Clinic. Through the monthly clinic, patients with a vascular anomaly will have access to specialists in neurointerventional radiology, general surgery, plastic surgery, otolaryngology, dermatology, radiology, neurosurgery and more. In addition to consultation with multiple specialists, the clinic offers imaging, procedures like sclerotherapy and surgery, bedside ultrasound, laboratory evaluation and biopsies. Appointments can be made by calling Le Bonheur Connect at 1-866-870-5570.
Wright named chief of Pediatric Dermatology
Teresa Wright, MD, was recently named chief of Pediatric Dermatology for Le Bonheur Children’s. Wright comes to Memphis from Texas Children’s Hospital, where she served as section chief of Pediatric Dermatology , co-director of the hospital’s Vascular Anomalies program and director of the Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship training program. Wright studied medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and completed fellowship training in pediatric dermatology at Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. She has special interest and expertise in the diagnosis and management of hemangiomas and other vascular skin lesions.
Echo Lab reaccredited by IAC
The Echocardiography Lab at Le Bonheur Children’s Heart Institute has earned reaccreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). Accreditation, valid for three years. The accreditation is granted only to facilities found to be providing quality patient care in compliance with nationally recognized standards.
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