Bone and Joint Institute Opens New Facility
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, in partnership with Williamson Medical Center, opened their new $40 million, 121,252-square-foot freestanding medical office at 3000 Edward Curd Lane in Franklin. The facility is designed to accommodate orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine and spinal surgery. Spaces include six orthopedic surgery operating rooms and shell space for additional ORs. Other accommodations include outpatient imaging services, physical therapy and occupational therapy, nine private rooms for extended patient recovery, physician offices, clinic space and bistro dining with an outdoor terrace, along with an after-hours clinic.
Franklin’s First Tennessee Bank Holds Grand Reopening
First Tennessee Bank recently celebrated the grand reopening of its Franklin Main Financial Center with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony in partnership with the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce. The facility, located in the heart of downtown Franklin’s historic square was modernized after renovations that began June 27, 2016.
“With 49 branch locations across Middle Tennessee, First Tennessee Bank serves every community with dedication,” says Nancy Conway, Senior Vice President of community outreach. “We couldn’t be more pleased to have such a dedicated team serving the city of Franklin.”
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JLS Designs is Now Full Service
JLS Designs has expanded its services from window treatments to also now include custom soft fashions and remodeling projects. Jennifer Smith, the owner of JLS, says it was a natural next step in the process of growing her business. Her services include a full design plan, presentation, product research, ordering, scheduling, installation and detail styling. She has completed design projects for Fortune 500 executives, music and athletic industry professionals and hundreds of families.
100+ Women Who Care Celebrates Gilda’s Club with $10,000 Donation
100+ Women Who Care of Williamson County, one of Middle Tennessee’s newest philanthropic organizations, boasts a unique giving model: 100-plus women come together quarterly for one hour. They spend this time learning about three local nonprofits. At the end of the hour, they vote for their favorite. The organization with the most votes gets a check for $100 from each woman and goes home with a whopping $10,000-plus in donations. Last May, at 100+ Women Who Care of Williamson County’s second meeting of 2019, Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee won the group’s favor.
“100+ Women Who Care Williamson County is thrilled to support Gilda’s Club as our second quarter beneficiary,” says Leigh Bawcom, co-director of the organization. “Gilda’s Club is doing significant work in our community to improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families and friends. We are excited to be a part of their journey.”
Gilda’s Club opened its Williamson county location in May 2018. Housed inside the Provision Cares Proton Therapy Center at 4588 Carothers Parkway, the location is already seeing more than 300 people through its doors each month.
906 Studio Architects Celebrates Five Years
In May 2014, 906 Studio Architects was born out of Michael Hathaway’s desire to create timeless architecture with a unique sense of place and value for clients. Community-centered and customer focused, the firm’s experience ranges from single family and multi-family residential projects to office and mixed-use retail/residential projects. In five years, the firm has produced award-winning work, positively impacting clients and the community they call home. The team is comprised of architects and interior designers who collaborate around timeless, quality design and intrinsic attention to detail in each project.
Specialty Men’s Clinic Open in Cool Springs
A new men’s clinic, Apex Wellness Clinic, has recently opened at 725 Cool Spring Blvd. in Franklin. The clinic offers a breakthrough approach to treating erectile dysfunction. Acoustic Pressure Wave Therapy (APWT) is a highly effective, non-invasive, office-based procedure for treating urological pain and vascular disorders associated with erectile dysfunction. APWT is based on a unique set of acoustic pressure waves that stimulate the metabolism and enhance blood circulation. No drugs, needles or surgery are required. The beneficial effects of APWT are often experienced after as few as six treatments, two times per week, and many patients report improved erectile function, increased stimulation and improved satisfaction.