Expecting During COVID? Q&A from an Award-Winning OB Team

Expecting a little one is an exciting journey. Whether preparing to welcome your first or your fifth baby, things might look a little different during the COVID-19 pandemic. Williamson Medical Center’s (WMC) trusted team of doctors, nurses and specialists have rounded up a few frequently asked questions to help you learn more about the services […]

Is it endometriosis? Learn the symptoms, risk factors and treatment of choice

If you’re among the 10 percent of American women diagnosed with endometriosis, you understand all too well the pelvic pain, fatigue and frustration that accompanies the condition. As an OB/GYN who specializes in laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis, I often see patients who’ve been suffering for a decade or more. Fortunately, treatment is less invasive and […]

Couple turns heartache into help for parents who have lost babies

FRANKLIN, Tenn.—When Katie and Johnny Black learned their daughter was stillborn, all they wanted was time. Time to spend every second, minute, and hour with little Anslee. While it was inevitable that they had to part, the Nolensville couple wanted to find a way to keep her name alive forever. They found it through a dedicated […]

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Local artist donates paintings to Williamson Medical Center’s OB/NICU

FRANKLIN, Tenn.—​The walls at WMC’s OB/NICU Department is getting a little brighter​ these days, thanks to the generosity of local artist Elaine Allen. Elaine recently brought in some colorful pieces to hang. Artist Elaine Allen (right) holds one of the paintings she has donated to Williamson Medical Center. Labor and Delivery Clinical Educator, Julie Benavides, […]