Your Stories

Published On 05/21/2014
David Myers
David Myers, a patient of the Methodist University Transplant Institute tells his story of being given a second chance  at life.
Student art at Methodist North Total Joint Center
Memphis College of Art students created "Walking in Memphis," a series of images depicting Memphis landmarks, which will be hung on walls in the Total Joint Center at designated spots to measure a patient's walking progress during rehabilitation.
Living Donors
Sarah Swanson donated a kidney to her father Richard Reed after he lost kidney function due to a disease. "You're my daddy and we're going to fix this," she told him.
Camp Bravehearts
Six-year-old Alexis and Nikki Kelly found healing at the three-day camp after losing their grandmother last year.
Methodist South Diabetes Program
The free support program helps diabetics control and manage their conditions and is open to anyone who can attend the classes, which are held Fridays, noon to 1 p.m. at Methodist South.
Molar pregnancy successfully delivers at Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown
A multidisciplinary team ran through every possible scenario to ensure the best outcome for a molar pregnancy.
Methodist Olive Branch Maternity - First Baby
The maternity center at Methodist Olive Branch Hospital opened on Monday, February 3, 2014.
Wedding at Methodist Hospice Residence
Mary Hudspeth, a Methodist Hospice associate, chose to be married at the Residence, where her best friend Bonnie passed away. Bonnie first introduced Mary to the man she would later marry.
Rare surgery for heart condition at Methodist University Hospital
Ernestine Jones had a complex cardiac issue, and Dr. Rajesh Kabra was able to find and perform an uncommon surgical procedure to treat her. "He didn't give up on me," says Jones.
Therapy animals at Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown
Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown has begun a new animal therapy program to help relieve patients' stress and encourage healing.
100-year-old volunteer at Methodist South
Sarah Freeman has volunteered as a "Pink Lady" at Methodist South Hospital for 36 years.