Williamson Medical Center Removes Recalled Products
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. - Officials with Williamson Medical Center have removed several products used in the hospital after a recall was issued by the manufacturer.
The products came from a company called Ameridose. Officials with Williamson Medical Center said they have gone through the hospital inventory and removed any unexpired Ameridose product.
A hospital spokesperson said the recalled products were no longer being used and would be returned to Ameridose.
"We are confident that our current supply of alternative products is sufficient to get us through the recognized product shortage," said. Joanna Merritt, D.Ph., director of Pharmacy at Williamson Medical Center.
Officials with the Tennessee Department of Health and FDA said they were not aware of any health issues caused by any Ameridose products in Tennessee or elsewhere.