Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center serves the community of Knoxville, in Tennessee. It has been in service since May 29, 1919. The hospital provides a wide range of medical services, using the latest medical technologies. Some of the featured services include Robotically-Assisted Surgery for Prostate Cancer and Cardiac Surgery, a Joint Replacement Center, 24-hour Chest Pain Center, same day surgery, electro-diagnostics, a Sleep Disorders Center, a Diabetes Center, prenatal education, and sports medicine.
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center has many firsts to its credit. It was the first hospital in the region to introduce ambulance service, the first private hospital to use penicillin, the first one to start hospice service in Tennessee, and the first one to use the linear accelerator for cancer treatment.
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center provides Teaching facilities.Address: 1901 Clinch Ave. , Knoxville
Number of Beds: 35
Total Staff : 0
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