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Published On 06/25/2012


Le Bonheur breaks ground on Jackson facility

Le Bonheur hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 20 to mark the beginning of construction on its new 30,000-square foot outpatient center, located at 1531 Vann Drive. Expected to open Fall 2017, the facility will feature 20 exam rooms for nine subspecialty clinics and a full range of diagnostic services, lab, X-ray, ultrasound, EKG, EEG, ECHO and pulmonary function testing.

‘Health Care Heroes’ honors Eubanks, Canale, Stern

Trey Eubanks, MD, Terry Canale, MD, and David Stern, MD, have been recognized as Health Care Heroes by the Memphis Business Journal. Eubanks, Le Bonheur’s surgeon in chief and medical  director of Trauma Services, won in the Health Care Provider – Physician category, Canale received the Lifetime  Achievement award and Stern won for Administrative Excellence.

Sign up for the Pumpkin Run 5K

Registration is now open for our signature race and family fun run on Saturday, Oct. 15. Kids 10 and younger can participate in the 400m kids’ fun run. Children are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes and enjoy the post-race Boo Bash, which will include entertainment, food and many fun activities for kids of all ages. Race begins at 9 a.m. at 1000 Ridgeway Loop. Register online at

Le Bonheur welcomes newest physicians

Le Bonheur has recently welcomed several new specialists, including:

 Tanjala T. Gipson, MD, joined Le Bonheur’s Developmental Pediatrics division. She comes to Le Bonheur from Kennedy Krieger Institute, where she worked as assistant professor of Neurology and Developmental Pediatrics and as founder and director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence. Gipson received her medical degree from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and completed residencies in pediatrics at Tulane University School of Medicine and pediatric neurology/neurodevelop- mental disabilities at  Kennedy Krieger Institute/ Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. As an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), she will be serving as  a physician scientist investigating the biological basis of neurodevelopmental disabilities in Tuberous Sclerosis in collaboration with John Bissler, MD, and James Wheless, MD, as well as creating a new neurodevelopmental disabilities clinic at the Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities.

Catherine Sanders, MD, is Le Bonheur’s newest pediatric pulmonologist. Sanders recently completed fellowship training in pediatric pulmonology at the University of North Carolina. She has a medical degree from Saint Louis University. Sanders will serve as an assistant professor at UTHSC.

Pediatric Cardiologist Sachin Tadphale, MBBS, MPH, joined Le Bonheur’s Heart Institute. Tadphale completed fellowship training in advanced cardiac critical care at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/Arkansas Children’s Hospital. He also completed a fellowship in pediatric critical care medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/Children’s Medical Center. Tadphale studied medicine at Maharashtra University of Health Sciences in India and received a Master of Public Health degree from University of Texas Health Science Center. Tadphale will also serve as an assistant professor at UTHSC.



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