Feast Week is just around the corner! Nov. 2-9
Please join DrugFree WilCo on Thursday November, 1 for a special presentation event to learn and discuss how the opioid crisis affects our community! This is a free event and everyone is encouraged to attend.
DrugFree WilCo is a Wilson County coalition dedicated to uniting the collective community of Wilson County to prevent and reduce drug misuse and addiction through education, communication and awareness of resources.
JE Dunn Construction will host a job fair noon to 4:30PM, Thursday, September 4 at Tennessee College of Applied Technology.
“This is another great opportunity for our citizens to find work close to home,” Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto said. “I’m excited for the Four Lake Regional Industrial Development Authority to land this opportunity and for the jobs that are available to our citizens.”
The fair will recruit workers of the upcoming build of a new CCA facility in Hartsville, which will be managed by JE Dunn Construction Company.
Corrections Corporation of America’s 2,552-bed correctional facility will be built, own and operated in Trousdale County. The facility is expected to be ready for inmates in the first quarter of 2016.
Tennessee College of Applied Technology is located at 716 East McMurry Blvd. in Hartsville.
University Medical Center has taken another major step in becoming one of middle Tennessee’s finest and most comprehensive community hospitals with the recent ground breaking of a cutting-edge cardiac catheterization or “cath” lab. This will be in addition to the hospital’s current diagnostic capabilities and allow patients’ access to the most minimally invasive techniques available to treat cardiovascular disease. The hospital’s board members and outstanding Cardiologists have been a vital part of this ground breaking. A ribbon cutting ceremony is anticipated upon the completion of this project in a few short months.
“This new cardiac “cath” lab is a great asset to the community members of Wilson County. We have phenomenal Cardiologists on staff here at University Medical Center, representing the best of what Nashville has to offer, and the new cath lab will enhance our physicians’ ability to treat advanced cardiovascular disease closer to home,” said Matt Caldwell, CEO of University Medical Center. “This is truly a testament of what a community-based hospital can achieve when it commits to delivering the highest quality care.”
This new lab will feature the latest generation of cardiovascular technology including the Phillips FD20 Flat Pannel digital imaging x-ray system. This technology provides sharper images and the ability to better visualize a patient’s anatomy during a complex procedure.
Time is muscle. Every second counts when it comes to a heart attack. The quicker a physician can restore vital blood flow through all of the heart’s arteries, the less damage to the heart muscle should be expected. To restore this blood flow, cardiologists work in a cardiac catheterization lab using a stent or a balloon to open the artery.
The gold standard for “door to balloon time” set by the American Heart Association is 90 minutes. University Medical Center is committed to outperforming this standard of care.
For more information about the cardiac catheterization lab at University Medical Center, call 615-453-4500.
Wilson County Mayor’s Office in combination with Tennessee Career Center and Cumberland University will be hosting a Job Fair 10a.m. to 1p.m. Tuesday, May 13 at Cumberland University’s Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.
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