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Fighting for Her Life

Posted on November 30, 2022

Fort Sanders Regional tackles complex cancer case Brenda Beason sat quietly in her home in New Tazewell, bracing herself for the day ahead. At her side was Dieter Kiser, the man she had fallen in love with after the death of her first husband. In a matter of hours they would find out the results […]


DAISY September Award Winner- Jeremy Curl

Posted on November 23, 2022

Congratulations to our latest Daisy award winner, Jeremy Curl! Jeremy, a Med Surg ICU nurse, was nominated by members of a patient’s family for being genuine, kind, and providing the patient with emotional support during difficult times. Jeremy, thank you for the compassionate care you provide your patients and the impact you make on their […]


DAISY September Award Winner- Jason McLean

Posted on November 22, 2022

Congratulations to our latest Daisy award winner, Jason McLean! Jason, a neuro ICU nurse, was nominated by a patient’s family member for going above and beyond during the patient’s stay. His nominator thanked him for making the patient “smile so big” during their stay and for being such a kind person. Jason, thank you for […]


Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center Earns Top Safety Grade

Posted on November 21, 2022

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center received an “A” Hospital Safety Grade from The Leapfrog Group. This national distinction celebrates Fort Sanders Regional’s achievements in patient safety.


Welcome Shelly Lewis, MD, FACOG

Posted on November 18, 2022

We’re proud to welcome Dr. Shelly Lewis to our OB/GYN team! Dr. Lewis is board certified and will care for women at our Knoxville office locations.


Catching Cancer Early

Posted on November 16, 2022

Woman has cancerous tumor removed at Fort Sanders Regional Amber Henry, 34, has struggled with gallbladder issues for years. Henry, her partner and their children live in Crossville where they enjoy playing outside and caring for their chickens. In 2020, Henry was hospitalized for a severe episode of pancreatitis, a condition that causes abdominal pain […]