TriStar Ashland City is a 12-bed critical access hospital offering a broad spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services to the Cheatham County area. Specially trained emergency medicine physicians and nurses provide 24/7 emergency care on-site and TriStar physicians of all medical specialties are on immediate call for emergencies, allowing TriStar Ashland City to offer some of the best door to greet by physician times in the region.
Additional services include inpatient admissions, surgical services, outpatient lab work, diagnostic medical imaging, rehabilitation therapy, and telemedicine technology for acute stroke care. Most outpatient services are available with same-day scheduling, and all tests results are sent directly to patients' health care providers.
TriStar Ashland City is backed by TriStar Health, Middle Tennessee's largest healthcare system, offering a trusted source within our network of hospitals when more specialized care is needed. TriStar Health is the first in Tennessee to utilize telemedicine technology to provide care for stroke patients and is the region's leader in stroke education, prevention, and treatment. Stroke patients seeking care at TriStar Ashland City have immediate, life-saving access to stroke specialists and can seamlessly be transitioned to TriStar Centennial Medical Center, a TriStar Health certified stroke center, for a higher level of care.
313 North Main St
Ashland City, TN 37015
We offer physical, occupational and speech therapy from skilled therapists who provide individualized treatment plans.
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Available 24 hours a day, our physicians and nurses are specially trained in emergency medicine.
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