Complete Health Partners Sponsors Voices of Freedom with End Slavery, TN The team at Complete Health Partners was thrilled to support Voices of Freedom on September 24th, 2021. End Slavery Tennessee hosts Voices of Freedom annually to fundraise for specialized case management and comprehensive aftercare for human trafficking survivors to tactically address the problem through advocacy, prevention and training of front-line professionals. Starting this fall, Complete Health Partners will be donating their services to End Slavery Tennessee to provide comprehensive medical care for human trafficking survivors while they are participating in the organization’s residential and transitional recovery programs.
Downtown Nashville Urgent Care Reopening Celebration Our Nashville medical team welcomed Downtown Nashville neighbors to our grand reopening celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 17. Neighbors had the opportunity to meet our team and to tour our newly renovated urgent care clinic at the corner of 3rd Avenue and Church Street.
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.
Urgent care clinics, hospitals seeing weather-related injuries Winter storms Uri and Viola brought extreme winter weather to Nashville this week, and Nashville residents are taking to the hills to sled, ski and participate in winter activities they can’t usually enjoy. With up to four inches of snow in some places, conditions are perfect for sledding, however our team of Nashville urgent care providers advise caution with winter activities. Here are our tips for safe outdoor winter fun:
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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.