Our campus is made up of multiple buildings as well as several satellite locations. Some are connected and some are not. View a detailed map of our campus and the buildings you might need to locate.
Our main hospital is adjoined on the west by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center. However due to the added security necessary to keep the children’s unit secure, there is no internal connectivity between the two hospitals. So if you are moving from the adult side to the children’s side, you must go out the main entrance door, take a right, go past the Emergency entrances and up the stairs to the main entrance of children’s.
We are adjoined on the East by the Williamson Tower, which is our medical office building. This building houses an outpatient surgery center, our administrative offices and a number of physician practices including several Williamson Medical Group physicians. You can walk from the tower to the main hospital via an internal hallway on the ground floor.
We realize that as we have continued to grow and expand our building and our services, that expansions can make buildings somewhat difficult to navigate. There are maps throughout our facilities and plenty of volunteers wearing pink who will be happy to assist you should you need it.
Carothers Parkway Tower
Tollgate Medical Plaza
Tollgate Medical Plaza is located at 1106 Elliston Way in Thompson’s Station, just a few minutes south of our main campus. The offices of our WMG physicians Dana Chandler, D.O., Scott Lieberman, M.D., and Courtney Foley, MSPAS, PA-C, are located within this building, as well as Williamson Medical Center physical therapy, lab services and the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee.
Williamson Medical Group has opened a wellness clinic, which serves existing Williamson Medical Group patients, located at 1909 Mallory Lane, in Suite 305. Also located in this building is the office of Erin Pritchett, M.D., in Suite 301.
Williamson Medical Center affiliates, Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Group, have offices in Nolensville, located at 7216 Nolensville Road, Suites 200 and 201.
Primary Care Services:
John Thompson, M.D., a Nolensville native and primary care physician at Williamson Medical Group, has moved his family medicine practice to this new location (Suite 200). To schedule an appointment with Dr. Thompson, call (615) 791-2300.
Lab Draw Station:
The Nolensville location also houses a Williamson Medical Center outpatient lab draw station. For WMC lab draw station hours, please call (615) 435-5800.
Bone and Joint Institute, which has its primary facility on the Williamson Medical Center Campus in Franklin, offers orthopaedic urgent care and rehabilitation services in Nolensville (Suite 201). The orthopaedic urgent care team includes Trey Brown, FNP-C, Meredith Chism, FNP-C, Matthew Hughes, PA-C, and Katie Norwine, NP-C. For convenient urgent care seven days a week, the clinic is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins at the orthopaedic urgent care are accepted, or patients may schedule an appointment online by clicking here. To reserve a same day appointment, please call 615-791-2321.
Physical therapy staff members Elaine Radley, PT, and Lora Torrey, PTA, will transition to Bone and Joint Institute’s Nolensville location, both of whom have previously practiced in the Nolensville area. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule a physical therapy appointment, please call 615-791-2320.
At Williamson Medical Center, we strive to bring top-notch, high quality health care to our entire community. Through a partnership with Vanderbilt Health, we have opened several walk-in clinics throughout Williamson County, including Franklin, Spring Hill, Brentwood, Nolensville and Cool Springs. No appointments are necessary. Click here for maps of all of the Walk-In Clinic locations.