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Vanderbilt University Medical Center is actively enrolling volunteers in an ongoing clinical treatment study for adults with COVID-19.
Williamson County Schools reported a significant increase in student quarantine numbers this week due to COVID-19 while teacher and staff numbers remained low.
The Morning Pointe Foundation, together with Neurologist Dr. Matthew Kodsi, MD, Ph.D., vice president of medical affairs for CHI Memorial, and the Southeast Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association, will present “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia,” a virtual Caregiver Café seminar about the la…
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday the Tennessee Department of Health is opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to those in critical infrastructure industries and to those 55 years of age or older, effective immediately, and in no more than two weeks, all Tennessee adults will be eligibl…
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee shared on Wednesday that the state is "on track" to open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to anyone 16 or older by May.
The Tennessee Department of Health is working with partners across the state to ensure continued equitable and efficient distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in the community.
Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA), Tennessee’s largest orthopedic surgery group, announced Wednesday their new orthopedic urgent care clinic will open Saturday in Franklin.
Williamson Medical Center affiliate Williamson Medical Group (WMG) has opened a primary care clinic in Spring Hill, located at 5073 Main Street, Suite 150.
As most Tennessee counties, including Williamson, progressed to phase 1c of the state's COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan this week, the Tennessee Department of Health added more eligible groups to the phase on Monday.
While health officials are uncertain what the state of the COVID-19 pandemic will be near the end of 2021, Williamson County Schools is planning to continue some of its pandemic-era changes while the Franklin Special School District is taking some more time to decide.
The Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) recently named its 2021-2022 executive board comprised of veterinarians from across the state, including three local to Williamson County.
To help round out its wellness offerings, Williamson County Parks and Recreation is now offering a nutrition counseling service to local residents wanting to take some steps towards a healthier lifestyle.
After an entire week home from school due to inclement weather, COVID-19 cases and quarantines among Williamson County Schools students and staff dipped significantly, but just one week later, the number of quarantines is five times higher.
The Williamson County Health Department administered thousands of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine last week following Winter Storm Uri as the confirmed active COVID-19 case number for the county has dropped to the lowest it has been since early October.
Williamson Medical Center (WMC) has received the 2020 BEST for Babies Award from the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) and Tennessee Hospital Association (THA).
Nearly one year after COVID-19 came to Williamson County, about 500 Williamson County Schools teachers and staff members received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday at Independence High School.
Following the weeklong effects of Winter Storm Uri in Middle Tennessee, Williamson County Schools reported a significant drop in COVID-19 cases and related quarantines, following a countywide trend as COVID-19 testing was largely halted.
Williamson Medical Center has announced its 2021 quality award rankings from CareChex® Awards, an information service of Quantros, Inc., which placed the hospital as a leader in the nation, region, state and market for medical excellence and patient safety in specific categories.