Healthcare: Sumner Regional Medical Center

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At Sumner Regional Medical Center(SRMC), the leadership team and staff are continuously exploring ways to advance the hospital’s mission of making the communities of Sumner County and the surrounding areas healthier. As the hospital continues to live out its vision of creating a place where people choose to come for healthcare, where physicians want to practice, and where employees want to work, Sumner Regional’s more than 50-year legacy of caring for Gallatin and the surrounding communities is stronger than ever. Inviting the best physicians into northern middle Tennessee and supporting them is one of the most important drivers of the hospital’s ability to offer the best possible healthcare to the communities it serves. During the past year, SRMC added more than 30 new physicians in a number of service lines, including radiology, internal medicine, gastroenterology, neurology and tele-neurology, orthopedicsurgery, emergency medicine, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, and general surgery. And while delivering high quality patient care close to home is the single most important contribution made by SRMC, there are many other waysthe hospital makes a positive impact in the Sumner County community and beyond. Increating excellent workplaces for its 1,300 employees,the hospital made $13 million in capital improvements in 2016, including opening Gallatin’s first free-standing Emergency Room at Sumner Station,opening the new Carpenter Cancer Center at Sumner Station, completing a renovation of the hospital’s endoscopy lab and the construction of a second cardiac catheterization lab, adding a new helipad for emergency transport, and managing and distributing an annual payroll of nearly $60 million. Sumner Regional Medical Center is proud to take a leadership role in Gallatin and the surrounding communities and is committed to delivering needed healthcare to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. In fact, in 2016 SRMC donated more than $5.28 million in healthcare services to those in need. SRMC was also proud to partner with and support a number of organizations that provide greatly needed services and education to residents. In 2016, the hospital provided more than $65,000 tosupport programs.The hospital is also committed to ensuring fiscal responsibility–both at the hospital and in the community. In 2016, SRMC paid a total of $2.3 million in taxes and provided numerous sponsorships and donations to local organizations. SRMC is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and is governed by a local board of trustees. The hospital is also one of the largest non-government employers in Sumner County.

For more information about SRMC or to find a physician, visitwww.MySumnerMedical.comorcall (615) 328-8888