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Walk-in clinic set to make debut in Belle Meade

Jan. 14, 2016, 10:52 AM

Vanderbilt Health is opening a new Walk-In Clinic in Nashville’s Belle Meade neighborhood on Wednesday, Jan. 20.

The new facility joins a growing number of Vanderbilt Health Walk-In Clinics already open in Brentwood, Cool Springs, Franklin and Spring Hill.

The new clinic provides high-quality health care services in a location convenient for many in the Belle Meade and West Nashville areas. A board-certified Vanderbilt physician and nurse practitioners are always on site, and no appointments are necessary.

By offering advanced services such as EKG, lab and X-rays with immediate results, the Vanderbilt Health Walk-In Clinics save patients time and possibly a trip to an emergency room.
The clinicians take care of common illnesses and minor injuries, including allergies, infections, sore throats and stomach bugs.

The Belle Meade Walk-In Clinic is located at 4534 Harding Pike in Nashville, in the Belle Meade Plaza near Kroger at the intersection of Woodmont Boulevard/White Bridge Road and Harding Pike.

Hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The phone number for the new clinic is 615-875-1000.

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

Physicals needed for adoptions, camps or sports, the Department of Transportation and pre-employment are also offered.

The Vanderbilt Health Walk-In Clinics in Williamson County are a joint venture with Williamson Medical Center. Vanderbilt Health’s other clinics are located at:

• 134 Pewitt Drive, Suite, 200, Brentwood, 615-371-2481

• 1834 West McEwen Dr., Suite 110, Franklin, 615-875-4200

• 919 Murfreesboro Road (Highway 96) in Franklin, 615-791-7373

• 3098 Campbell Station Parkway, Suite 100, in Spring Hill, 615-302-1111.

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