Rolling Hills Supports Local Nonprofits!

Rolling Hills Hospital is proud to support local nonprofits! James Miller CEO of Rolling Hills Hospital presented Cindy Siler CEO of Mercy Community Healthcare, a 501(c)(3) organization attending to the needs of the underserved and uninsured in Franklin, TN, with a check donation.

UHS Business Development Conference 2019

Senior Vice President of Practice Leadership at the Education Development Center, Jerry Reed, PhD, MSW and Executive Director at the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, Scott Ridgeway, inspire UHS Business Development Conference 2019 attendees with message of hope, connectedness, and resilience as we work to change the national narrative about suicide. Pictured above is our Director of Business…

Rolling Hills Expressive Therapy Department Celebrated Independence Day with “Freedom Rocks”

The Rolling Hills Expressive Therapy Department celebrated this Independence Day with “Freedom Rocks”, the beginning of our inspirational rock garden sharing a message of restoring hope for each individual’s mental health journey.

Rolling Hills Hospital is donating multiple hospital beds to Project Cure

Rolling Hills Hospital is donating multiple hospital beds to Project Cure: Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment. Project C.U.R.E. identifies, solicits, collects, sorts and distributes medical supplies and services according to the imperative needs of the world.

Ford Motor Credit Health Fair

Our participation in the Ford Motor Credit Health Fair in Franklin, TN.

Electronic Medical Record Program

Rolling Hills Hospital starts our Electronic Medical Record Program.

Dr. Moturi of Rolling Hills Hospital visits students at Brentwood High School

Dr. Moturi of Rolling Hills Hospital visits students at Brentwood High School in Brentwood, TN.

Rolling Hills Hospital donates Thanksgiving items

Rolling Hills Hospital donates Thanksgiving items to the United Way in Middle Tennessee.

Helping Seniors Through Loneliness

By Pat Matuszak The image of an elderly widow or widower dining alone in a silent house may be one that comes to mind about the subject of loneliness among seniors. If a spouse has passed away, children have left home, neighbors have moved and retirement has cut off past associations, it would be natural…

Rolling Hills wins UHS Chairman’s Council Awards

The UHS Chairman’s Council awards are presented to leaders and their teams who deliver some of the highest patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes among all UHS facilities. This year, Rolling Hills Hospital was presented this award. Click here to view the full release.