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Fort Sanders Regional COVID-19 Information

Posted on April 1, 2020

Questions about COVID-19? We’ve compiled some important COID-19 information for Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.


Visitation Policies: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Posted on March 18, 2020

3/20/2020: Between 10am and 5pm, public access is now restricted to the main lobby entrance off of Clinch Avenue, the Trustees Tower garage entrance and the emergency entrance off of Laurel Avenue.  Between 5pm and 10am, all patients must enter through the emergency entrance off of Laurel Avenue. 


Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center Celebrates Newly Constructed Emergency Department

Posted on March 3, 2020

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center cut the ribbon on its newly constructed emergency department on Friday, Feb. 28, at an open house and celebration for community leaders, and hospital and Covenant Health leadership.


Storms Cause Disruption for Incoming Calls at Covenant Health

Posted on March 3, 2020

Last night’s tornado damage in Nashville has affected telephone service in the East Tennessee region, and telephones across Covenant Health are experiencing a disruption in incoming calls.


Welcome David Chism, MD

Posted on January 27, 2020

David Chism, MD “Nearly three decades ago, my uncle’s diagnosis of stage four kidney cancer was devastating because there were few treatment options. Since then, cancer treatment has become more effective through tremendous advancements in immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapies. As an oncologist, I’m pleased to provide these advanced treatment methods to my patients.” Board […]


Raising the Roof

Posted on December 20, 2018

A “Raise the Roof” celebration was held at the hospital’s Center for Advanced Medicine to kick off a $115 million building project on Nov. 30 that will expand emergency and critical care capacity at the downtown medical center.