Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis has served the East Memphis community since 1974. The 519-bed facility was the first full-service hospital in the rapidly growing area and has continued to grow since the doors were open. Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis is home to a 42-acre campus, two medical office buildings, and the University of Tennessee/Saint Francis Family Practice Residency Building. The hospital provides a broad spectrum of quality medical services, including Ambulatory Surgery Center, Behavioral Health Services, Cardiac Care Center, Center for Surgical Weight Loss, Neurosciences, Orthopedics, Rehabilitation Services, Sleep Center, TotalCare Outpatient Services, and Womens Center.Saint Francis Hospital network is proud to be recognized as a healthcare leader on a national level and by our local community including: American Heart Association ,Get with the Guidelines, Gold Plus Award for Heart Failure Awarded seven consecutives for Patient Safety by Hospital Safety ScoreSM The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approvals as a Certified Hip and Knee Replacement Program Earned the Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Center Center for Surgical Weight Loss recognized for excellence and quality by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, UnitedHealth, CIGNA and Blue Cross/Blue Shield Accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers Memphis Business Group on Health recognition for CEO Culture of Health Initiative Saint Francis Hospital - Memphis has been awarded the highest level of accreditation by CARF International for Inpatient Rehabilitation. Thrombectomy certified designation from The Joint Commission and American Heart Association.
Memphis is one of the largest metro areas in Tennessee, small-town atmosphere fosters a close-knit community that makes it an attractive place for families to settle. Set in the Mississippi Delta, Memphis is surrounded by historic districts, Mississippi River views and memorials to cultural legends like Elvis Presley and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Its rich music scene is a magnet for artists and as a center of global transit and a crossroads of distribution, Memphis is home to several major employers and corporations, such as FedEx, AutoZone, ServiceMaster, International Paper, and St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital.Memphis also has very affordable housing, which makes living here perfect no matter your stage in life and great schools - there are a combined 290 private and public schools in the area with many ranking in the top 20 for the state! Beale Street, rock & roll, blues, and BBQ.