Thanks to News Channel Five for sharing about the reopening of our Downtown Nashville urgent care clinic after our months long closure from the Christmas Day Bombing. To see their article, click here, or read the full release below.
Downtown Nashville Event Response 2/3/2021 Update: We received word that our structural engineer has approved our return to the building to initiate repairs. We hope to have repairs completed soon and hope that we can reopen in the very near future!! Our Downtown clinic location at 3rd & Church sustained damage during the explosion on Christmas Day. Because of this we will be closed to repair and regroup for the next few days. We will keep you informed of our reopening as soon as we can. Our team has reorganized so that we can keep our Downtown team members working and honor our Downtown appointments at our West Nashville locations. Please arrive at the following location at the same date/time as your Downtown appointment. If your appointment was for an urgent care visit including a regular lab-sent PCR COVID test, you may visit our curbside service tent at 6705 Charlotte Pike. If your appointment was for a travel/return to work rapid PCR COVID test, you can pull up to our West Nashville clinic curbside service at 6746 Charlotte Pike. If your appointment was for a traditional urgent care visit, please visit our West Nashville clinic at 6746 Charlotte Pike. The best way to contact us at this time is to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact us there if you have any other questions or concerns. Thank you for trusting us with your care & bearing with us during this time.
Celebrations, events and activities this year have looked incredibly different from the past and the winter holidays will be no exception. Deciding how to celebrate and properly honor our holiday traditions will require some flexibility and creativity from all of us. Trying to be festive during a pandemic may feel impossible for various reasons: having limited gatherings, financial struggles, and of course the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases while anticipating the flu season. As COVID-19 cases continue to surge it is leaving many people wondering if we can truly celebrate our holidays or will have to settle for more isolation. Instead of accepting more disappointment from 2020, get creative! At Complete Health Partners we have few suggestions for celebrating safely this season.
NBC News visited our West Nashville COVID-19 testing site to speak with Dr. Babcock about the surge in testing our team is seeing after holiday travel.
Holiday season has officially arrived, and with that begins the season of traveling to visit loved ones. This year however, the holidays may look very different for all of us. Truthfully many of us may opt out of celebrating at our usual large gatherings with friends and family because of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you find that you still need to travel during this holiday season or are considering any activities outside your “bubble” below are some helpful tips to keep healthy.
Complete Health Partners Joins Other Bellevue “Hero” Businesses to Support Bellevue With Chamber Partnership With federal, state and local pandemic relief funds unavailable to chambers of commerce and associations (all 501c6 organizations), many small chambers dealt with serious financial blows during 2020. However, exclusion from government assistance and lost memberships were only part of what would become an almost intolerable year financially. The Bellevue Harpeth Chamber, long-standing producers of annual community festivals – The Bellevue Community Picnic and Crawfish Boil – felt the financial burden even more after both events had to be canceled due to the pandemic.