(MURFREESBORO) There will be an "open house" at Tennessee's first neighborhood hospital this Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. Ascension St. Thomas invites the public to visit Westlawn Neighorhood Hospital at 5127 Veteran's Parkway and Shores Road, just off I-840.
Operating as a satellite campus of Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford, the new hospital will improve access to care for residents of Murfreesboro’s Westlawn, Blackman, and surrounding neighborhoods. Many residents of rural parts of Rutherford County will also benefit from care closer to home. The facility brings 48 new jobs to Murfreesboro.
The 32,000-square foot facility includes 8 inpatient hospital rooms and an emergency department staffed with board-certified ER physicians that will serve the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Diagnostic imaging, laboratory, pharmacy and telemedicine services will be offered on-site. The second floor will eventually house clinical office space for primary and specialty care physicians to conveniently see new and existing patients.
Brittney Urso, the new Westlawn Hospital Administrator, told WGNS news about the ER…
Westlawn Hospital will open their doors to new patients on March 20th of this year.
Again, the public is invited to the opening celebration this Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00PM. It will include giveaways, games, raffles, and entertainment. Ascension Westlawn Neighorhood Hospital at 5127 Veteran's Parkway and Shores Road, just off I-840.
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