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Heart Health

Originally published in Williamson County Living — February is American Heart Month, and it’s the perfect time to take steps to improve your heart health. Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States, but Williamson Health offers a wide variety of cardiovascular care options to help you take control of your heart health,…

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Derr on Running

Originally published in the Williamson Herald — Whether they’re training for the Music City Marathon or simply following through on a New Year’s resolution to be more active, more and more people are taking up running this time of year. However, with an increase in runners also comes an increase in related injuries. But that risk…

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Blood Drive January

With a critically low supply due to the holidays and recent weather events, Williamson Health and Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee are partnering with Blood Assurance, the sole provider of blood products for Williamson Health, to host a blood drive on Tuesday, January 23, 2024, from 12 – 5 p.m. Though walk-ins are welcome,…

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Williamson Health Urogynecology and Pelvic Health

The Center for Pelvic Health is joining the Williamson Health regional health system and changing its name to Williamson Health Urogynecology and Pelvic Health. The practice’s accomplished team of urogynecology and pelvic health specialists will now be part of Williamson Health Medical Group, a growing network of more than 50 physicians and advanced care practitioners…

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John Reynolds Announcement

John Reynolds joined Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee as Chief Executive Officer effective December 27, 2023. The announcement was made by Phil Mazzuca, CEO of Williamson Health, the regional health system that includes Bone and Joint Institute. “John is a highly motivated, visionary leader, the type of CEO that Bone and Joint Institute of…

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First Baby of 2024

Williamson Health welcomed its first baby of 2024, Dylan Gold Brook, on January 2 at 2:27 a.m. Dylan is the daughter of Lauren and Dan Brook of Franklin, Tennessee. She was born weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces and 20.25 inches long. Baby Brook was delivered at Williamson Medical Center (WMC) by Dr. Rebecca Eia. In…

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Williamson Health Volunteers

Sometimes they just need to hold her hand. Kay Pfeiffer remembers her first turn as a hospital volunteer many years ago. It was a role her mother made her take in a Chicago-area facility. Dressed in the iconic pink and white “candy striper” outfit, Kay helped to make patients more comfortable during their visit. Today, Kay…

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Blood Drive

Williamson Medical Center and Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee will extend their partnership with Blood Assurance, the sole provider of blood products for Williamson Health, to host monthly blood drives through 2024. The successful partnership provides opportunities for the community to donate blood and bolster healthcare resources for Williamson County. “We are so grateful…

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