CLINIC GROUNDBREAKING — Local officials took part in a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for Hillview South Clinic in South Fulton. The five-acre plot of land located at 1135 Broadway St., conveniently located near South Fulton Elementary School, will house a 10,000 square-foot full-service health clinic. “We’re committed to providing services to the Fulton and South Fulton communities,” said Darrell Blaylock, chief executive officer of Volunteer Community Hospital, which is owned by Community Health Systems. Once completed, the clinic will include 15 exam rooms as well as laboratory and imaging services. Among those taking part in the groundbreaking were (from left) Blaylock, South Fulton Mayor Ed Cassetty, Volunteer Community Hospital trustee Bud Grimes, Dr. Josh Whitledge, Dr. Gregory Cox, Dr. Nasira Malik, nurse practitioner Beth Jones, VCH trustee Bonnie Daniels, Dr. John Ragsdale, VCH trustee Robert Burrow, VCH trustee Joe Brasher, VCH trustee and Weakley County Mayor Jake Bynum, VCH chief financial officer Dana Lawrence and VCH assistant CEO Jason Draper. Hillview South Clinic, which is also owned by Community Health Systems, began seeing patients in its temporary location at 1203 Industrial Park Drive in South Fulton on April 1 and is staffed from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday by three physicians and a nurse practitioner. The clinic provides a full range of primary and preventive services as well as diagnostic imaging. Patients can make an appointment by calling (731) 479-2606.

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