Our Williamson neighbors deserve the best facilities available — let’s give it to them.

Williamson Medical Center is already a premier hospital providing high-quality care. As Williamson County and the surrounding region continue to grow, it’s imperative that WMC do the same. Williamson Medical Center is committed to providing the highest quality healthcare to the communities we serve, and these world-class additions and renovations will allow us to continue doing so for years to come.

This ambitious project will touch nearly every department of our hospital, with improvements coming to Labor & Delivery, NICU, Surgery, Emergency Room, ICU and Behavioral Health.


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  • Three new patient care floors
  • Dedicated observation unit
  • Expanded ICU and combined ICU/CCU floor
  • Updated medical/surgical rooms

The West Tower will add three floors above the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center. The expansion includes observation beds, additional ICU rooms for critical care and step-down patients, larger medical/surgical patient rooms and VIP rooms. 

Once the West Tower is complete, the main tower will undergo a full renovation to include larger patient rooms, private patient elevators and updated technology. We understand that hospital visits can be a family’s most challenging times, and that’s why each detail, from room size to furnishings, is chosen with patient and visitor comfort in mind. 


  • 8 more beds added for patients & their babies
  • 1 new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) room
  • 1 C-section operating room
  • New and renovated labor and delivery spaces to complement WMC’s award-winning obstetrics unit

Labor and Delivery Unit and NICU

Williamson Medical Center has been named one of America’s best hospitals for obstetrics by the Women’s Choice Awards for six years in a row. The new and renovated labor and delivery spaces will better complement WMC’s award-winning obstetrics unit and family-centered approach. The brand new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) allows for more beds and updated technology to care for high-risk patients and more privacy and comfort for their parents. 


  • ER waiting room renovation for additional space and comfort
  • 15 new examination rooms bringing us to 43 total 
  • New eight-bed behavioral health pod to support secure, compassionate, expert care for patients with behavioral needs.



The emergency department is staffed with top-tier providers prepared to respond when emergencies happen. WMC is ranked in the top 10% in the nation, region, and state for heart attack treatment and has received awards for heart care, patient safety and patient experience. Whether you are in need of broken bone treatment, behavioral health care or heart treatment, the renovation and expansion of the ER allows WMC to continue meeting the standard of excellence you deserve.

Cardiac Center


  • Electrophysiology (EP) Lab
  • Top-tier equipment, technology and facilities

A new addition to the West Tower project is the Cardiac Center, bringing the renovation project total to $200 million. The Cardiac Center will allow our cardiologists to perform advanced life-saving cardiac care right here at Williamson Medical Center. Included in the Cardiac Center is an Electrophysiology (EP) Lab, where our expert cardiologists will insert pacemakers, implant cardiac defibrillators, perform cardiac ablations, and carry out other interventional cardiac procedures in a state-of-the-art sterile environment.


Vicki McNamara
Campaign Co-Chair

"I am so proud to play a small part in bringing Williamson Medical Center’s top-tier care to even more people for decades to come. This opportunity is a testament to the dedication of both WMC and the community to continually raising the bar, never settling for less than the best."

Phillip J. Mazzuca, D.Sc., FACHE

Chief Executive Officer

"Our mission is simple: to provide high-quality, compassionate care to the communities we serve. This project reaffirms that commitment to meet not only current but also future healthcare needs of our growing community, which we will achieve through broadening and enhancing our physical plant while also offering even greater access to higher acuity services."

Cal Turner, Jr. 

"Throughout our lives, we are all on a journey home. And help along the way is what we should all give to each other.  “More For You Close to Home” — I want Williamson Medical Center to deliver on that promise. And I intend to support financially because I believe you will deliver on that promise."

Luke and Caroline Bryan

"You don’t realize how much you lean on your local hospital...It’s really nice to have something where you can roll in there and people look after you at the highest level."

– Caroline Bryan, Campaign Co-Chair 

– Luke Bryan, Honorary Co-Chair

How to Give

Ready to invest in the next chapter of Williamson County? Here is how you can join us:

Personal Giving


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Mail your donation to:

Williamson Medical Center Foundation

4321 Carothers Parkway, Suite 604

Franklin, TN 37067

Matching Gifts

Pledge to match general donations given within specified parameters (i.e. on a specific day up to a specified dollar amount).

Tribute/Memorial Gifts

Honor a loved one or celebrate their memory by making a donation in their name.

Monthly or Annual Giving

  • Donate the same amount each month or year (pledges can be made over 5 years)
  • Give an initial lump sum
  • Make a balloon payment at the end

Planned Giving

  • Remember WMC in your will 
  • Take advantage of tax benefits through: 
  • Donor Advised Fund
  • Gifting highly appreciated securities 
  • Gifting out of your IRA

Corporate Partnerships

  • Hold a company-wide fundraiser
  • Match employee donations

To learn more about naming and recognition opportunities, please contact Leigh Williams with the Williamson Health Foundation:



Help us meet the needs of Williamson County

When you give toward this groundbreaking project, you’re ensuring that you and your neighbors have the absolute best care available, right in your own backyard.


Case for Support

To view the full project details, naming opportunities and more, get the More For You Close to Home case for support.

Questions? Contact Leigh Williams:

lewilliams@wmed.org  |  615.435.5158