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Williamson Medical Center should remain independent.

454 Signatures Goal: 500

I believe Williamson Medical Center is an asset to the community and should remain an independent, community-focused hospital. Williamson Medical Center is self-supporting and does not receive operating funds from the county. WMC provides outstanding, personalized care using state-of-the-art technology and has expanded its reach beyond Williamson County to become a regional center of excellence. Williamson Medical Center provides a variety of benefits to the community, including touching the lives of thousands through free and low-cost screenings and education. Additionally, two legal opinions state that proceeds from a possible sale of WMC can NOT be used for paying down the county debt. I am signing this petition urging the leadership of Williamson County to vote in opposition to selling Williamson Medical Center.

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Williamson Medical Center is a 185-bed hospital fully accredited by The Joint Commission that provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care including emergency services, with board-certified physicians in 53 specialties and sub-specialties. The community-focused hospital offers a wide range of wellness services, screenings and classes.

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Williamson Medical Center

 

Williamson Medical Center: Not for Sale resources

 

Williamson Medical Center's report to the community

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Signatures

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    Kelsey Freeman United States
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    Kelsey Freeman United States
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    rick murphy United States
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    Barbi Germany
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    Taimi Taiwan
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    Jerry Lee United States
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    Colleen Markham United States
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    Bruce Scoggins United States
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    Larry E Haggard United States
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    Larry E Haggard United States
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    William Adair United States
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    Linda Sherman United States
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    Pat Guy United States
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    Travis Johnson United States
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    Gabrielle Dillier United States
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