Posted by Complete Health Partners at April 29, 2021 9:02 pm Blogs, COVID-19, News, Primary Care, urgent care
Complete Health Partners Downtown Nashville Urgent Care Clinic Reopens After Christmas Day Bombing

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.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 28, 2021) – Complete Health Partners, a community-based healthcare provider owned and operated by a team of Nashville physicians, has now reopened its downtown clinic after the Christmas Day bombing caused property damage and structural concerns about its building. 

Only months after acquiring the 3rd and Church Healthcare clinic in downtown Nashville in 2020, Complete Health Partners was forced to close its second full-service clinic when the explosion one block away on 2nd Avenue blew out the windows on its historic building and left the mortar of the brick structure crumbling. 

“As tenants in a historic building, we had to wait on city officials and our landlord to go through the proper process of inspecting and confirming the structural integrity of our building,” said Dr. Ty Babcock, an ER-trained physician and owner of Complete Health Partners. “Once we knew repairs could safely be made, we took the opportunity to renovate our interior space. I’m proud that we were able to build back better, and we can now serve our downtown neighbors with the same high level of care in a more welcoming space.” 

During the renovation process, walls were removed to create a more open floor plan and the bathrooms were fully renovated with new fixtures and lighting. The updated design also provides better functionality for the clinic staff, who offer urgent care, employee health, primary care and COVID-19 testing services. The clinic’s flagship location in the Nashville West shopping area also offers sports medicine and counseling services. A third satellite location recently opened in Hendersonville. Patients of any clinic location can also receive telemedicine services. 

While the downtown location was closed, Complete Health Partners was able to keep all of its downtown employees on payroll by shifting their work to its business COVID testing service, which provides on-site employee testing, as well as its large, drive-thru operation in a church parking lot near its main location on Charlotte Pike. The drive-thru site offers COVID-19 evaluation and testing, as well as the treatment of COVID-19 symptoms for patients who are ill.  

“The past year has challenged us in ways we could have never imagined,” Dr. Babcock said. “This reopening is a testament to our team’s commitment to this city and to serving the medical needs of our community, even when the worst occurs.” 

More information about the services offered by Complete Health Partners can be found online at www.completehealthpartners.com.

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