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What are the specialties of the Methodist Hospitals in Memphis, Tennessee?

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Some of the specialties offered by Methodist Healthcare hospitals in Memphis, Tennessee, include neuroscience care at the Brain and Spine Institute of Methodist University Hospital. The Institute treats brain tumors, spinal disorders, stroke and trigeminal neuralgia. Le Bonheur Children's Hospital provides a number of pediatric specialties, including allergy and immunology treatment, nutrition, oral surgery, diagnostics and critical care. Le Bonheur also has specialists in pediatric endocrinology, hematology, rehabilitation services, vascular anomalies and transplant surgery.

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Methodist Healthcare's Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center specializes in providing infusions for sickle cell patients. The center educates patients about the condition, provides infusion care services, offers preventative care and helps transition younger patients into adult care. The Hamilton Eye Institute Surgery Center specializes in eye surgery, including laser surgery, oculoplastics, cataract surgery and glaucoma treatment.

Methodist's West Cancer Center, a joint project of Methodist Healthcare, The West Clinic and The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, specializes in cancer treatment. Patients have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials and gene therapies. The center, which takes a whole-patient approach to care, employs patient navigators to help patients understand and negotiate the process of cancer treatment. The center provides therapies such as radiation, blood and bone marrow transplants, gamma knife procedures and hospice care.

The Transplant Institute of Methodist University Hospital specializes in kidney, liver, kidney-pancreas and pancreas transplants. It treats patients with kidney failure and liver diseases such as Hepatitis C, cirrhosis and diabetes. The program is one of the largest in the world that performs steroid-free liver transplantation. Its organ transplant team obtains donor organs from the United Network for Organ Sharing. The Institute has two outpatient clinics in Memphis, including the Center for Advanced Liver Diseases.

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