For more than 40 years, Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital (VWCH) has been a place of healing and connection for patients and families in Wilson County and the surrounding area. A part of the Vanderbilt Health community of hospitals and clinics, VWCH is the sole provider of inpatient and outpatient medical services in Wilson County.
Inpatient Services at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital
- Critical and intensive care
- Emergency care, including the Trauma Center and the Primary Stroke Center
- Family care
- Heart care, including interventional cardiology and the Chest Pain Center
- Imaging and laboratory services
- Infectious disease care
- Internal medicine
- Neurology care, including the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
- Nutritional services
- Orthopedic care
- Pain management
- Pediatric care
- Plastic surgery
- Respiratory care
- Surgical care
- Women’s health, including gynecology and maternity care
- Wound care
Why Choose Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital
- Provisional Level III Trauma Center
When you or a loved one needs emergency care, our team of emergency medicine physicians, trauma-trained surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses will be ready 24/7/365 to provide immediate treatment. We are the first and only hospital able to provide this higher level of care in Wilson County.
- Comprehensive services
From the delivery of more than 610 babies to more than 4,400 surgical procedures each year, we offer personalized quality care close to home. As part of Vanderbilt Health, we are even more strongly positioned to meet your needs, from common ailments to the most complex conditions.
- Recognized care
Our hospital is fully accredited by the state of Tennessee and the Joint Commission. In addition, we have received national quality awards including designation as an accredited chest pain center, a stroke center, and a comprehensive weight loss center. In satisfaction surveys, our patients consistently give us high marks in service and quality of care.
- Commitment to community
We are proud to have made a far-reaching and meaningful impact on Wilson County. Our economic impact to this community exceeded $70 million in 2021, along with $63.5 million in charity and uncompensated care. With more than 280 physicians and over 970 employees, we are one of the community’s largest employers, with a payroll topping $47.4 million.