Complete Health Partners Supports Voices of Freedom with End Slavery, TN The team at Complete Health Partners was thrilled to support Voices of Freedom on September 28th, 2022. End Slavery Tennessee hosts Voices of Freedom annually to fundraise for specialized case management and comprehensive aftercare for human trafficking survivors to tactically address the problem through advocacy, prevention and training of front-line professionals. Starting in the fall of 2021, Complete Health Partners began donating their services to End Slavery Tennessee to provide comprehensive medical care for human trafficking survivors while they are participating in the organization’s residential and transitional recovery programs.
Monkeypox has arrived in Nashville and Hendersonville, TN. Here’s what you need to know about Monkeypox Testing in Nashville.What is Monkeypox? Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by the monkeypox virus. The monkeypox virus is part of the same family that can cause smallpox, the variola virus. MPX (monkeypox) symptoms can be like smallpox symptoms but are often milder. Most MPX cases usually do not cause serious illness, but it can sometimes require hospitalization, and although it rarely happens it also can be fatal.
Summer is a universally loved season: vacations are scheduled, pools are open, grills are fired up, and families are spending time outdoors. But with summer fun comes potential dangers: sunburn, dehydration, and just about anything involving fireworks. And in a class all their own, there are bug bites.
Complete Health Partners is launching new occupational health services (like DOT physicals). These additional services will be an incredible opportunity for our neighboring businesses to partner with us as we both aim to keep people healthy, happy, and productive in and out of the workplace.
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June 16, 2022, Nashville, TN Complete Health Partners (CHP), owned and operated by a team of Nashville physicians, with three locations in West Nashville, Downtown Nashville and Hendersonville announced today that Ty Babcock, chief executive officer of Complete Health Partners and graduate of the Heersink School of Medicine received the 2022 UAB Excellence in Business Top 25 Award June 16, 2022. The University of Alabama-Birmingham held this event at the Alumni Building with Dr. Toya Burton, chief operating officer of Whatley Health Services, Inc., and a 2021 Top 25 recipient, as their featured speaker. At the event, CHP also received a second award for top growth of a business with gross revenue over $10M.