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Vanderbilt Primary Care–Williamson County expands, accepting new patients

Aug. 25, 2017, 9:22 AM

Are you looking for a primary care provider in Williamson County? Vanderbilt Primary Care in Williamson County has expanded its practice, and several clinic providers are now scheduling new patient appointments for all your primary care needs:

Brentwood Primary Care welcomes physician assistant Rone’ Russell, PA-C
Westhaven Primary Care welcomes nurse practitioner Jill Cash, MSN, APN
Vanderbilt Medical Group Brentwood welcomes Ashley Hoadley, MSN, APRN-BCMSN

We’re dedicated to helping you maintain good health, with five convenient locations in Williamson County. To make an appointment, call (615) 791-5400 or visit VanderbiltHealth.com/primarycare.

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