Tennessee College of Applied Technology to open Bartlett facility

Tennessee College of Applied Technology to open Bartlett facility

After more than two years of construction and pandemic-related delays, the new $17 million Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT)-Memphis Bartlett campus will begin open enrollment on Jan. 4. “It feels really good to see the facility finally finished,”...
Bartlett Chamber, GMMDC, Mayor McDonald Welcome SOMAVAC

Bartlett Chamber, GMMDC, Mayor McDonald Welcome SOMAVAC

In early August, SOMAVAC Medical Solutions received a patent for its continuous negative-pressure “smart” pump. It’s as flat as an iPhone and is worn, attached by a belt, under the clothes. Fluid from the wound is collected in a small plastic bag, marked with lines...
‘Smart’ pump latest medical device created in Memphis

‘Smart’ pump latest medical device created in Memphis

To the long list of medical devices created in Memphis, add the battery-powered pump that discreetly drains surgical wounds without the age-old accoutrement, the rubber bulb. In early August, SOMAVAC Medical Solutions received a patent for its continuous...
Moore Tech Machining Program Update

Moore Tech Machining Program Update

The GMMDC reached out to Moore Tech for an update on their Machining program.  Jessica Croslow, Director of Grants & Compliance at Moore Tech reported the following: Moore Tech is an employer focused training program designed to aid employers with the...
Bartlett High School and TCAT Bartlett Update

Bartlett High School and TCAT Bartlett Update

The GMMDC requested an update on Bartlett High School’s (BHS) new machine lab and TCAT Bartlett’s status.  Clark Knight, BHS, was pleased to report the students are enjoying the new Machine lab. He stated “We have 32 students enrolled in TCAT Memphis, have...