HOPE HAS MOVED

To read a full copy of the May 23, 2014 Official Press Release, please click here.

TWO FACILITIES HAS INCREASED ACCESS AND PATIENT CONVENIENCE | As a result of HOPE continuing to develop new essential health care services and programs, the not-for-profit health center simply ran out of space to grow on it’s old campus. According to a third party survey conducted by the health center in 2014, more than 85% of the local community is not currently accessing health care resources on a regular basis. Because of the tremendous growth that HOPE has already experienced in the past 3 years, the health center has expanded to it’s new Westside facility in Macon County and it’s new Sumner Regional facility in Sumner County.

To keep the public informed, the organization has launched a dedicated extension of its website where it will publish upcoming events, individual campus services, hours of operation, and other information specific to the health center as such information becomes available. Patients and community members can visit: www.wheretofindHOPE.com to learn more.

To read a full copy of the May 23, 2014 Official Press Release, please click here.

Don’t worry…it is still easy to get ahold of us and you never have to worry about which campus to call…HOPE still has only one main phone number from which you can be transferred to the campus or staff member that will best meet your need.
Our patients can schedule to be seen at the campus of their choice!

HOPE by Phone | 615-644-2000
HOPE by Email | info@HOPEfamilyhealth.org
HOPE Online | HOPEfamilyhealth.org
HOPE on Facebook | facebook.com/HOPEfamilyhealthTN

AT THIS CAMPUS

    • Primary Care Medical Visits
    • Sick Exams
    • Preventive Care
    • Physicals
    • Injury Care
    • Flu & Virus Care
    • Senior Adult & Medicare Visits
    • Comprehensive Healthcare Visits
    • Chronic Disease Management
    • Laboratory & Phlebotomy Services
    • Mental Health Care Visits
    • Counseling Services
    • Prescription Assistance
    • Insurance Enrollment Assistance
    • Assistance Locating Community Resources
    • Health Center Administration & Operations
    • Health Center Billing Services

HOPE Family Health is a not-for-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving both insured and uninsured patients throughout Macon and Sumner counties with quality and affordable medical and mental health care, enrollment, and social services.

MACON WESTSIDE CAMPUS

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NOW OPEN

HOPE Family Health, a faith-based not-for-profit health center in Macon County, has purchased a medical office building in the Westside community from local physician Dr. Hanna Ilia. The property, located at 10427 New Highway 52 in Westmoreland, is the organization’s new Macon County home, allowing easier, closer access for Macon county residents who utilize the center’s services. This new Macon County campus is OPEN NOW!

“Dr. Ilia recognized HOPE’s need for a new facility which would be more convenient and welcoming for its Macon County patients, and offered to sell his Westside property to help meet that need,” says Mark Beeler, HOPE Board President and Commissioner of Trousdale County.

HOPE Board Member Dennis Wolford, CEO of Macon County General Hospital, states that “as a local health care organization, HOPE has a deep commitment to the people of Macon County. Planting roots at Westside shows HOPE’s long-term commitment to its valued patients of Macon County, who represent the very core of the health center’s mission”. Dr. Ilia has chosen to bring all of his health care services under one roof at his Lafayette facility in order to focus on the primary care of his established and growing patient base in Lafayette and throughout other parts of the local community.

HOPE has placed several medical providers who will rotate at the new Westside campus and will be available to treat the health care needs of patients in that area. HOPE medical providers that may be seen at Westside will include long-time Macon County resident Janice York, FNP-C, who joined HOPE’s medical team in early 2013 as well as Amanda Perry, PA-C; Andrea Brooks, FNP-C; and Magen Mullinix, PA-C; along with HOPE’s current mental health provider, Michael Ball, LSCW. All HOPE medical providers work under the supervision of HOPE’s medical director, Bien Samson, MD and HOPE’s Associate Chief Medical Officer, Dana Henderson, FNP-C. Services and programs offered to patients at HOPE Family Health at Macon Westside Clinic include (by appointment only):

AT THIS CAMPUS

    • Primary Care Medical Visits
    • Sick Exams
    • Preventive Care
    • Physicals
    • Injury Care
    • Flu & Virus Care
    • Senior Adult & Medicare Visits
    • Comprehensive Healthcare Visits
    • Chronic Disease Management
    • Laboratory & Phlebotomy Services
    • Mental Health Care Visits
    • Counseling Services

HOPE Family Health is a not-for-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving both insured and uninsured patients throughout Macon and Sumner counties with quality and affordable medical and mental health care, enrollment, and social services.

SUMNER NORTH CAMPUS

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NOW OPEN

HOPE Family Health is now open at its new Sumner County home where it has moved many of its operations from its previous facility in the Siloam area off of Highway 52 West to the medical building owned by Sumner Regional Medical Center located at 1124 Highway 52 in Westmoreland. The lease of the facility to HOPE by Sumner Regional is viewed by both parties as the continuation of a mutual effort to provide high quality health care to the residents of northern Sumner County.

HOPE’s new Sumner County location remains an autonomous and independent site of HOPE Family Health that operates in collaboration with partners including Highpoint Health System’s Sumner Regional Medical Center and Macon County’s critical access hospital, Macon County General.

“Expanding operations across two counties has given HOPE the ability to work together with these key partners in an effort to maximize resources that have been established to benefit the health center’s insured and uninsured patient base that will utilize our different locations.” said Joey Forman, HOPE’s Chief Information, Development and Compliance Officer. Services and programs offered to patients at HOPE Family Health at Sumner Medical North includes:

AT THIS CAMPUS

    • Primary Care Medical Visits
    • Sick Exams
    • Preventive Care
    • Physicals
    • Injury Care
    • Flu & Virus Care
    • Senior Adult & Medicare Visits
    • Comprehensive Healthcare Visits
    • Chronic Disease Management
    • Laboratory & Phlebotomy Services
    • Mental Health Care Visits
    • Counseling Services
    • Prescription Assistance
    • Insurance Enrollment Assistance
    • Assistance Locating Community Resources
    • Health Center Administration & Operations
    • Health Center Billing Services

HOPE Family Health is a not-for-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving both insured and uninsured patients throughout Macon and Sumner counties with quality and affordable medical and mental health care, enrollment, and social services.