About TriStar Spring Hill ER
We are committed to providing you and your loved ones with advanced emergency care in Maury County and South Williamson County. With state-of-the-art technology and a compassionate team, we provide lifesaving care with short wait times. Features of our ER include:
- A helipad for expedited transport to area hospitals
- A registered nursing staff with advanced certifications and pediatric training
- Board-certified emergency medicine physicians
- Decontamination room
- Dedicated safe-rooms for patients requiring psychiatric evaluation
- Negative-pressure room
- Telemedicine technology that connects patients with a vast array of specialists for real-time evaluation
- Trauma/code room
No appointment is needed - in fact, we don't take appointments at our ER. If you are in need of non-emergent care and would like to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians at TriStar Medical Park, please call (615) 342-1919.
If you or a loved one is experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately.
Difference between Spring Hill TriStar ER and an urgent care facility
While we are equipped to handle 'urgent' medical needs, we are not an "urgent care" facility. Our ER is open 24/7 and always staffed by board-certified physicians and experienced nursing staff. The primary difference is that our ER is not physically attached to a hospital; rather, we are satellite ER for TriStar Centennial Medical Center.
Common reasons to come to the ER
Our team is prepared to treat a wide range of medical emergencies. Common reasons patients come to the ER include broken bones, cuts, infections, heart attacks and cerebrovascular accidents (strokes).
Recognizing heart attack and stroke symptoms
If somebody is having a heart attack or stroke, it's crucial to seek medical attention immediately. Recognizing symptoms may help save your life or the life of a loved one.
Chest pain is often the result of heart disease. If you are experiencing chest pain of any kind, seek emergency medical treatment as soon as possible. Symptoms of a heart attack may or may not include chest pain either with or without any of the following symptoms:
- Cold sweat
- Difficulty breathing
- Unexplained anxiety
- Weakness or fatigue
A stroke can occur when a blood vessel carrying oxygen to the brain gets blocked or bursts. Symptoms of a stroke can occur suddenly and may include:
- Difficulty seeing in one or both eyes
- Intense headache
- Loss of balance or trouble walking
- Trouble understanding
- Weakness or numbness in the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body
Pediatric emergency care
We also offer specialized pediatric emergency care in a welcoming environment designed just for kids. Our pediatric ER has colorful, kid-friendly decor and a protected environment with private rooms to help put your child at ease.
Our friendly, caring nurses are specially trained in pediatric care and certified in the American Heart Association's Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) program. Additionally, our child life specialists will walk you and your child through what to expect at the ER and help addressing for your child's needs.
Imaging and diagnostic services
We also provide advanced medical imaging and diagnostic laboratory services on an outpatient basis. We offer a variety of tests—including computed tomography (CT) scans, X-rays and ultrasounds—at the TriStar Medical Park building (connected to the Spring Hill ER).
Getting to the ER
Our ER is on the first floor at the following address:
3001 Reserve Blvd.
Spring Hill, TN 37174
We are located north of Saturn Parkway, just off of Kedron Road. You may park in the parking lot located next to the ER entrance.
Once you walk inside, please check in at the front desk. We will either take you back to triage or ask you to have a seat in our waiting room.
To learn more about the Spring Hill ER, please call (931) 489-1100.
Outside of Spring Hill, you can find expert emergency care at a TriStar Health hospital or freestanding ER throughout Middle Tennessee.