Tennessee orthopedic practice to expand, recruit providers in 2021

Laura Dyrda -   Print  |

The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has grown significantly in the last two years, and CEO Darren Harris sees more big moves in 2021, according to a report in local Tennessee news website Williamson Source.

The group formed in 2018 as 13 surgeons in a temporary office space within Williamson Medical Center before moving into a 121,000-square-foot medical office building. The group has 16 surgeons, an after-hours injury clinic and orthopedic urgent care clinics.

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee also partnered with Williamson Medical Center to develop an ASC. The practice aims to place several urgent care and rehabilitation services centers in the region while expanding hours.

The group may also add new providers and services.

"Our goal is to be a one-stop-shop for patients, bringing all aspects of care in-house so they can have a better collaborative experience and get all their care in one setting," Mr. Harris told the news outlet.

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