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Shannon Sweeney Bell, APRN, MSN


Assistant in Surgery

4.7 4.7 118 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

General Surgery
Biliary Disease / Gallbladder
Diaphragmatic Hernias
GI Surgery
Hernias (Inguinal, Ventral, Incision)

Board Certificates

Acute Care Nurse Practitioner - American Nurses Credentialing Center,




1301 Medical Center Drive
The Vanderbilt Clinic, Suite 3501A
Nashville, TN 37232

Patient Comments

Patient Comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed in full. Patients are not identified in order to respect patient privacy.
Treatment by Shannon Bell and her office personnel could not be better. Thank-you!
Patient | February 13, 2017

Shannon Bells is the best!!!
Patient | December 28, 2016

Extremely pleased with the care and concerns of my provider.
Patient | December 21, 2016

N/P Ms. Bell super!
Patient | September 9, 2016

Very professional.
Patient | September 4, 2016

Worse experience I ever had. First words out of my mouth was she could recommend other surgeons - I was too obese to operate on!!! No tact!! #8. Patronizing/talked beneath me.
Patient | August 31, 2016

We didn't know she was a doctor.
Patient | August 8, 2016

Very friendly & helpful.
Patient | June 16, 2016

My entire experience on 4/7/2016 was amazing I am so blessed to be a patient at Venderbilt Hospital.
Patient | May 5, 2016

Shannon Bell and Dr. Michael Holzman are fantastic! And so glad that they both are my doctors. I'm hoping you tell them so.
Patient | May 1, 2016

Shannon told me she would call me with blood lab results rather than me waiting an hour or more & she kept her word and called me later that day. Very impressive.
Patient | April 7, 2016

She called me twice to check on me & talk about my health.
Patient | March 8, 2016

Felt so much better that nothing was wrong after I saw Shannon.
Patient | January 25, 2016

Over my 6 months of clinic visits Shannon has been a wonderful provider. I have never been made to feel that I was anything but the most important thing she had to do that day. I can be a terrible patient because I have some knowledge and she has always b
Patient | January 16, 2016