Regent Surgical Health has been selected by Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Center to manage the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center, LLC.
Located at 3000 Edward Curd Lane in Franklin, Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center was designed to accommodate complex cases and procedures, focusing on total joint replacement, spine disorders, and orthopaedics.
“Moving appropriate cases to outpatient surgery centers is playing a primary role in the healthcare model of the future,” states Donald Webb, Williamson Medical Center CEO. “Partnering with the highest quality orthopaedic practice in Middle Tennessee to open the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center, underscores our commitment to staying ahead of trends in healthcare while most importantly, delivering higher quality, lower cost outcomes for patients.”
The state-of-the-art center includes six operating rooms, 25 pre-operative / post-operative beds. Physical therapy and medical imaging are in the same building, as is the physician practice: Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, resulting in a comprehensive musculoskeletal campus that improves convenience and access for patients and their families.
“Regent has extensive experience managing centers that specialize in complex orthopaedic cases, like Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Surgery Center,” says Paul Thomas, MD, President of the Board. “Combined with Williamson Medical Center, we believe this partnership will result in the highest quality orthopaedic care in Middle Tennessee and result in a great patient experience.”
“It is a privilege to work with the physicians at Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and the leadership at Williamson Medical Center,” says Regent Surgical Health CEO Chris Bishop. “We share a commitment to exceptional patient care and are dedicated to enhancing quality, increasing convenience, and lowering costs – ensuring a win-win for everyone involved.”
One of the largest privately held surgery center development and management companies in the United States, Regent now currently owns or operates 28 U.S. facilities, 21 hospital joint ventures, 14 total joint replacement centers, and three bundled payment entities.