Williamson Medical Center is committed to your health and safety. Learn about our Covid-19 response and the enhanced safety measures we have implemented.  For education about the Covid-19 vaccine, click here.
Williamson Medical Center is committed to your health and safety. Learn about our Covid-19 response and the enhanced safety measures we have implemented.  For education about the Covid-19 vaccine, click here.

Williamson Medical Group Adds New Physician Assistant

Williamson Medical Center is welcoming Courtney Foley, MSPAS, PA-C, as a new physician assistant (PA) to Williamson Medical Group. Foley joins Scott Lieberman, M.D., at the Tollgate Medical Plaza location in Thompson’s Station to practice family medicine. “Courtney’s experience and commitment to providing patient-focused medical care make her an excellent addition to the Williamson Medical […]

Williamson Medical Group Welcomes New Family Medicine Physician

January 8, 2020 FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Williamson Medical Center announced this week the addition of another highly experienced family medicine physician to Williamson Medical Group. John Thompson, M.D. is now accepting new patient appointments and will assume care for the patients of Sheron Joan Langston, M.D. who has retired. “Dr. Thompson is passionate about providing excellent […]

5 approaches parents can take to help guide their children to a healthier New Year

In our first article on New Year’s health resolutions, Kelly Snyder, M.D., and Scott Arthur, M.D., discussed steps adults can take to get on the path to better health. Today, pediatrician Allison Couden, M.D., shares five approaches parents can adopt to help children kick off the New Year with a healthier lifestyle. 1: Do it […]

One of Your Most Important Health Care Decisions is One You Probably Haven’t Made

You are probably familiar with a living will. You may have even prepared one. There’s another document, though, that can possibly be just as important—but it’s one only one third of Americans have. It’s called an Advance Directive for Health Care, and it is a way to communicate your wishes if you are facing a […]

Williamson Medical Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Partner up for “Antibiotic Awareness Week”

FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Antibiotics are life-saving medications. They can help us recover from some major sicknesses. However, they are not a “cure-all” and, sometimes, taking them can potentially make you sicker. That’s why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have named November 13 – 19 as “U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week.” Williamson Medical Center has […]

Study shows death rates from breast cancer are declining, thanks in part to early detection

The American Cancer Society has just released some new figures on breast cancer death rates and the news is very promising. The report finds that death rates from breast cancer in the United States dropped 39 percent between 1989 and 2015. According to the report, that translates to 322,600 deaths that have been avoided during […]

COPD isn’t reversible, but there are treatment options that help lung function

COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, affects an estimated 30 million people every year in the United States. More than 80 percent of the time the cause is cigarette smoking. COPD is actually an umbrella term used to describe multiple progressive lung diseases, including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, refractory (non-reversible) asthma, and some forms of bronchiectasis, […]

Car Seat Installation/Inspection

The following local agencies provide Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians who can check to see if your child’s car seat is properly installed throughout the year. Most agencies require appointments and may not accept walk-ins. Please refer to each agency’s website (linked for your convenience) for full details on creating an appointment. Inspections take at […]