Church Health, Baptist look to change the future of primary care

By , Daily Memphian Updated: June 23, 2019 10:04 AM CT | Published: June 23, 2019 4:00 AM CT
<strong>Church Health resident Dr. Marisha Sirdar jokes with medical assistant Ashley Nolen at the clinic in Crosstown Concourse on Friday, June 21. This week, the first four residents will graduate from a family medicine program created through a partnership between Church Health and Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp.</strong> (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

Church Health resident Dr. Marisha Sirdar jokes with medical assistant Ashley Nolen at the clinic in Crosstown Concourse on Friday, June 21. This week, the first four residents will graduate from a family medicine program created through a partnership between Church Health and Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

The first graduates of a new family medicine residency are taking a Memphis-based, whole-person approach to primary care out to rural communities and across the country. 

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Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. Church Health
Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet

Michelle Corbet covers business for The Daily Memphian. Prior to, she was a reporter at the Memphis Business Journal. A native Memphian and University of Memphis graduate, Michelle covered business in Conway, Arkansas after college. Michelle got her start covering business as an intern at The Commercial Appeal.


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