There’s a good chance you know someone who goes “all in” when it comes to holiday decorating. You may even be that person! Here at Williamson Medical Center, we like to be as festive as possible. Here’s a look at just a few of the ways we prepared for Christmas and the 2017 holiday season.
A compilation image of the famous WMC tree, by the main entrance, complete with toy train.
Trees on Campus
As soon as you walk through the main entrance, you are treated to our famous tree. As tall as it is gorgeous, the tree is accompanied by its beloved toy train which zips circles around the trunk. A special nod to Williamson County was added this year, with a “Factory at Franklin” water tower.
Video showing the best sides of the WMC tree.
The children’s hospital also got into the act. A large tree can also be found in the atrium of the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center. This tree is filled with big, unique ornaments and is sure to delight any child who sees it!
Video showing the best sides of the children’s hospital tree.
Gorgeous picture of the children’s hospital tree at night.
These aren’t the only trees in the hospital, though! Many of our different teams and departments put their own up, to help spread cheer throughout the building. Instagram user @tinaricki recently went on a tour of many of the different displays and posted them to her page.
Tina’s post of the different trees and decorations at WMC
Holiday cheer off campus
Outside of our main campus, Williamson Medical Center maintains locations under the Williamson Medical Group (WMG). They also do their own unique spin on the holidays.
Our Breast Health Center boasts a one-of-kind display! Receptionist Kelly Johnston handcrafted and created the special tree, that is amazing to see in person. Photos just cannot do it justice.
Holiday tree in our Breast Health Center, handcrafted by receptionist Kelly Johnston.
Over in Thompson’s Station is where you’ll find WMG’s Tollgate Medical Plaza. The providers there really had some fun this year, turning a reception desk into a cozy fireplace!
The “fireplace” at Tollgate Medical Plaza in Thompson’s Station.
The facility also has a “special guest” this year, an elf named Jammie Jam. Jammie set up shop all over Tollgate throughout December, spending time in different rooms. Come December 15, though, Jammie left Tollgate for a spell to graduate from the University of Tennessee! Don’t believe us? Check out the pictures.
Jammie Jam hanging out in a tree at Tollgate Medical Plaza.
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