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The Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee’s Unified Command Group have launched a new website to provide COVID-19 data, additional health information and relevant updates to Tennesseans.
Leah Cordovez, MD, FACP, and Tyler Hayes Rueff, CPC, recently announced the opening of a member-based health care practice in Franklin offering integrative health medicine and therapeutic life strategies.
Flu season typically begins to ramp up in October which, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on public health, means our communities are now at an even greater risk for disease that cannot be ignored. Reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, like flu, this fall and winter is mor…
Williamson Medical Center is once again urging members of the community to continue to adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Rebecca Baskin, M.D., a breast surgeon with Williamson Medical Group, will be featured at Williamson Medical Center's next Embrace Women’s Health in 2020 online event on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Even with the COVID-19 pandemic putting a wrench in everyone’s plans, many people don’t have time to put their fast-paced lives on hold, and when Steve Beal found out he needed a second hip replacement in the middle of the pandemic, his thoughts were no different.
Blood Assurance is making an appeal for millennial and Generation Z donors due to low donor turnout and continuous blood drive cancellations throughout their schools and workplaces.
The Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee’s Unified Command Group announced three new initiatives to enhance the well-being and quality of life of Tennesseans in long-term health care facilities.
A four-week series of informational webinars hosted by The Heritage at Brentwood and targeted to those interested in retirement planning and aging issues will begin Thursday, Sept. 24, with senior living expert Brad Breeding.
As Williamson County continues to grow, so does the demand for dermatology services, taking weeks and even months to get an appointment.
The Williamson County Health Department (WCHD) COVID-19 testing and mask distribution site at the Williamson County Agricultural Center will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 7.
The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference is launching its newest statewide awareness effort: “Fentanyl: The Deadliest High.”
In March, Governor Bill Lee authorized the activation of the Tennessee National Guard to assist with the fight against COVID-19. Since then, the Guard has been teaming up with the Department of Health and various other state and local agencies to combat COVID-19 in communities throughout the…
Williamson Medical Center has been recognized among the top 10% of hospitals in the nation, region and state in patient safety and medical excellence in major orthopaedic surgery and top 100 in the nation for patient safety for spinal fusion for 2020 by CareChex®, an information service of Q…
Community non-profit blood center Blood Assurance is collecting plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 donors to be distributed to sites involved in the Passive Immunity Trial of the Nation (PassItON) study.
Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA), Nashville; Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics (TOC), Knoxville; and Mid-Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic (MTBJ), Columbia, have signed a letter of intent to merge the three practices, making it one of the largest networks of orthopedic care providers in the …
While case numbers may continue to fluctuate, Williamson Medical Center (WMC) has tracked with the state and county in seeing a stabilized pattern in the number of reported active COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations over the past two weeks.
During National Immunization Awareness Month this August, the Tennessee Department of Health encourages parents and caregivers to talk with your doctor, nurse or other health care professional to ensure everyone in your family is up to date on recommended vaccines.
The Franklin Justice and Equity Coalition (FJEC) is inviting the community to a virtual panel discussion on Facebook on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 6-7:30 p.m. on the topic of health and wellbeing in the time of COVID-19.
Vida-Flo, a pioneer in the IV hydration and vitamin infusion industry, will open its newest location in Franklin Saturday, Aug. 15 at 1201 Liberty Pike, Suite 102-B.