Walk-in-Clinic

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

Vanderbilt Health and Williamson Medical Center are opening a fifth walk-in clinic in Williamson County, providing Nolensville residents and those in the surrounding area with care closer to home.

Opening Monday, April 30, the new facility joins existing Williamson County walk-in clinics located in Brentwood, Cool Springs, Franklin and Spring Hill.

Clinicians take care of common illnesses such as coughs, ear infections, eye infections, flu, colds, headaches, sinus infections, sore throats and stomach bugs. Patients are also treated for sprains, strains, back pain and other minor injuries.

Screening, testing and preventive services available through the Nolensville Walk-In Clinic include drug screenings, EKGs, lab testing, pregnancy testing, TB skin testing, vaccinations and X-rays.

Clinicians at the new clinic include board-certified physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. No appointments are necessary, but for added convenience patients can save their spot on MyHealthWalkIn.com

“We are pleased to bring walk-in clinic services to Nolensville and its surrounding communities. The addition of a new walk-in location in one of Williamson County’s fastest growing areas allows us to increase access and convenience for the patients we serve in a cost-effective setting,” said C. Wright Pinson, MBA, MD, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Health System Officer for Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “Through our walk-in clinics many patients can save time and avoid more costly emergency room visits for the diagnosis and treatment of common conditions.”

The Nolensville Walk-In Clinic is located at 940 Oldham Drive, near the intersection of Nolensville Road and Oldham Drive.

Hours are MondayFriday7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The clinic can be reached at 615-875-1999.

A Vanderbilt Health and Williamson Medical Center primary care clinic also serves patients in this same location. Physician assistant Amanda Phelps provides general primary care services in the new clinic.

Additional Vanderbilt Health and Williamson Medical Center clinics in Williamson County are located at:

For more information visit My Health Walk-In Clinics.

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