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Plans Approved For New Pediatric Tower At Williamson Medical Center

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn.- Plans have been approved for an expansion and renovation at Williamson Medical Center.

The expansion, first announced in October 2012, will include a new tower for pediatric services. The new facility, named the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Williamson Medical Center, will allow families in Williamson County to receive the emergency care their children might need without having to journey to Nashville.

Plans for the new building were approved on Friday. The new tower will include renovation and expansion of the current surgery suite as well as the addition of two operating rooms. The top floor of the facility will serve as a pediatrics wing to include 12 pediatric inpatient beds and four observation beds.

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