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As COVID-19 cases remain high in Williamson County, the virus is not the only cause for concern at Williamson Medical Center, as the hospital has recently seen elevated cases of substance and domestic abuse.
Blood Assurance is urging all eligible type O donors to make an appointment to donate blood as soon as possible after a trauma in the center’s service area used a significant amount of O blood.
A new clinic in Nolensville run by Williamson Medical Center affiliates Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Group opened Monday at 7216 Nolensville Rd.
The Williamson County Health Department announced Thursday that in accordance with the Tennessee Department of Health, it is transitioning to administering COVID-19 vaccines using a waitlist system, named the Williamson County COVID Priority List.
With all that has happened in 2020, there are hundreds of things that one could worry about and fashion into a resolution for the new year, but at the end of the day, the most important goals may be simple.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson on Monday announced the renewal of a Declaration of Public Health Emergency, which includes a face covering mandate, through Feb. 27.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee expects to start receiving 90,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines a week going forward, Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said Tuesday, as the state continued to try to fend off one of the biggest surges in new coronavirus cases per capita in the country.
Williamson Medical Center (WMC) team members on the frontlines of COVID-19 care participated in a historic moment Friday, receiving the first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Williamson County.
In addition to Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Maury Regional Health (MRH) in Columbia administered the first COVID-19 vaccines to frontline health care workers Thursday, just hours after receiving the shipment.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Victor L. Martin, a Franklin resident, was recently introduced as the 2020-21 president of the 2,200-member Tennessee Association of Nurse Anesthetists (TANA) during the association’s virtual annual conference.
Tennessee can expect its first allotment of the Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December with enough first doses for over 56,000 people, according to a Tennessee Department of Health representative.
Williamson Medical Center (WMC) and Blood Assurance, the sole provider of blood products to WMC, are urging all eligible donors to donate blood or convalescent plasma to help area patients.
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Rebekah Graber, BSN, RN-BC as clinical director and Kelley Cartwright as director of operations.
Phil Mazzuca has been named CEO of Williamson Medical Center (WMC) effective March 8, 2021, following a nationwide search, announced Bo Butler, board of trustees chairman.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As health experts ring alarm bells at surging virus case numbers, Tennessee is just one of 14 states poised to head into the holiday season without a statewide mask mandate.
Harpeth Valley Dermatology celebrated the opening of its second Middle Tennessee location with a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday in partnership with Williamson, Inc.
The Williamson County Health Department is offering flu vaccines at no charge to the community during a special Fight Flu TN vaccination event Nov. 19.
The Tennessee Nurses Association (TNA), which represents the interests of the state’s 115,000 registered nurses, announced the election of seven new officers to its board of directors at its annual conference, which was virtually held on Oct. 30.
Dr. Michael Babb, a doctor at Williamson Medical Center, had just finished a shift on the COVID-19 unit when he witnessed several patients who had no means to communicate with their loved ones during a lock-down at the hospital earlier this year.