We recently held the inaugural Nth Dimensions BioSkills workshop, a hands-on opportunity for Memphis high school students to get exposure to the orthopaedic field, careers, industry, and equipment.
Campbell Clinic foot and ankle physicians and residents provided foot care and new shoes to community members experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.
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.
Recipient of the 2022 Willis C. Campbell Club Humanitarian Award for Community Service, which was presented during the Alvin J. Ingram Lecture on Saturday morning by Dr. Quin Throckmorton.
Dozens of members of the local homeless community received free foot and nail care from Campbell Clinic physicians and Campbell Clinic Foundation volunteers as part of the orthopaedic clinic’s annual participation