Latest News & Stories

Read stories about the Campbell Clinic Foundation and our impact through our three pillars: Surgeon Education, Orthopaedic Research, and Community Outreach. Keep up with alumni through The Campbell News, our alumni e-newsletter and Momentum, our newsletter for our committed donors.
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The Campbell Clinic Foundation Implements Efforts in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Research has shown that diversity improves productivity, research quality, and, perhaps most importantly, healthcare outcomes. In the field of medicine, orthopaedic surgery has been slower than other specialties to recruit women and underrepresented minorities. Acknowledging the importance of diversity is a first step toward reducing this gap.

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Profile: Dr. Stephanie Gardner, Foot & Ankle Fellow

April is National Foot Health Month, and we’re excited to introduce one of our current Foot & Ankle Fellows, Dr. Stephanie Gardner.

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MOMENTUM Spring 2023 Newsletter

The Campbell Clinic Foundation moves lives through orthopaedic education, research and community healthcare. This is our gratitude issue: get to know the patients, colleagues and donors who make our work possible – and demonstrate the impact we’re making on patients and communities throughout the Mid-South and around the world. The Spring 2023 edition of our MOMENTUM newsletter is out now!

Research: Reducing Likelihood of Hip Fracture After Implant

Several years ago, Dr. James Guyton asked, “Is one type of implant used in hip replacement surgery more likely to result in a periprosthetic fracture over time?”

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Residency Interns Discuss “Why Campbell?”

We visited with two interns, or first-year residents, to familiarize you with our program: Robert Neel, MD, a Memphis native who attended medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and Stanley Eboh, MD, a Toronto, Ontario, Canada native, who attended Texas Tech University Health Science Center.

New Insights on Clubfoot, Thanks to Campbell Pediatric Orthopaedic Team

Our Campbell Clinic pediatric orthopaedic surgeons, led by Dr. Derek Kelly and then-Chief Resident, Dr. Stephanie Chen, designed a prospective, randomized study to look at the outcomes and complications between casting completed by orthopaedic surgeons (MD) and by physical therapists (PT).