Medical building to open soon in Tollgate
Williamson Medical Center is making final preparations for the opening next month of new medical offices in the Tollgate Medical Plaza building at the entrance to Tollgate Village in Thompson’s Station.
The space is set to open Jan. 6 and will initially house Williamson Medical Group’s Scott Lieberman, M.D., an internal medicine physician, as well as an adjoining WMC-owned physical therapy office, outpatient imaging and a lab draw station.
Lieberman has been part of a practice in Franklin, Williamson Primary Care, and will be relocating his portion of the practice to Thompson’s Station under the new name Williamson Medical Group.
“I am privileged to be on the forefront of Williamson Medical Center’s expansion into the communities we serve,” Lieberman said. “This is an exciting time for me as my family and I have lived in the wonderful community of Thompson’s Station since 2002. To be able to practice medicine and serve the community where my family and I live has been a lifelong dream.”
“We are excited to open our doors in Thompson’s Station,” said WMC Chief Operating Officer Julie Miller. “This has been a project we have all been working on behind the scenes and are looking forward to bringing these medical services to a growing part of town where we have heard from residents about the need for us to be there.”
Williamson Primary Care
Upon Lieberman’s relocation, Arthur Williams, D.O., also of Williamson Primary Care, will be joined by William Daniel Halford, M.D. and Alex James Slandzicki, M.D., both currently with Nashville Medical Group.
While Halford and Slandzicki will continue to see patients in their current location until Jan. 6, the three family practice physicians will then comprise the newly expanded Williamson Primary Care.
Williams and Lieberman will also continue to see patients in their current location on the fourth floor of the Williamson Medical Center Tower. Beginning in January, Williamson Primary Care will move to its new location on the fifth floor of the Williamson Tower.
Williams has been practicing in Williamson County for more than 15 years. Board-certified in Family Medicine, he is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Hailing from East Providence, R.I., Williams earned his medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, and he completed an internship and residency in family medicine at the Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Fort Gordon, Ga. He lives in Thompson’s Station with his wife Andrea, their three horses, two dogs and a cat.
Halford is a native of Tennessee and completed his family medicine residency at Jackson Madison County General Hospital. He has been in practice for 21 years and treats patients of all ages. He also provides travel medicine services as a certified member of the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Halford and his wife Julia have three children and enjoy camping, hiking, and traveling.
Slandzicki is a native of Ohio where he completed his undergraduate education at Notre Dame before attending medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his residency and became certified in family medicine at Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Penn.
Slandzicki has been seeing patients of all ages in the Nashville area since 1998 and has served as a clinical instructor for the Vanderbilt University College of Medicine and School of Nursing. He and his wife Carolyn have three children.
“We are both excited to join Williamson Primary Care and begin the next chapter of our medical careers in Williamson County,” Slandzicki said. “Caring for the entire family is something all three of us are passionate about and look forward to seeing existing and new patients at Williamson Primary Care.”
Posted on: 12/15/2013