POLL: Are You in Favor of TriStar Health Building a Hospital in Spring Hill?

TriStar Spring Hill Hospital

TriStar Health announced Monday that it plans to apply for a Certificate of Need with the Tennessee Health Facilities Commission to build a full-service, acute care hospital in Spring Hill. If approved, the $250 million community hospital will be built on the same site as the existing TriStar Spring Hill ER. TriStar Spring Hill ER will offer a wide range of services including: 68 beds, Intensive Care Unit, Labor and Delivery Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, 4 operating rooms, Cardiac catheterization services and Imaging services, including MRI. Read more about TriStar’s announcement here.

TriStar Health will be hosting a community information meeting on Tuesday, May 14 from 5 – 7 p.m. at Community Baptist Church. For more information go to TriStarSpringHillHospital.com.

Maury Regional issued a statement in response to the news, stating “Maury Regional Health has long  supported and provided health care services in Spring Hill; however, we are opposed to the  construction of a hospital that will only duplicate services already provided by Maury Regional Health  and Williamson Health, both not-for-profit health systems that have served the Spring Hill community for decades.” Read more of Maury Regional’s statements here.

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