Nestled in the northern portion of Middle Tennessee, Hartsville is a rural community with beautiful hills and lush valleys. Tobacco farming was the economic base that initially formed this county and it is still prevalent today.
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Located in the heart of Hartsville, Trousdale Medical Center is a 25-bed, critical access facility that provides medical services to the people of Trousdale County and surrounding areas. A healthcare leader in the community, the hospital offers an extensive range of in-patient, outpatient and 24-hour emergency services for adults and children.
Trousdale Medical Center is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital is proud to offer patients access to advanced technology including a state-of-the art laboratory, X-ray, and CT scanner.
To learn more, visit www.mytrousdalemedical.com
Located just 40 minutes from the Nashville Airport on the Cumberland River, Hartsville is the seat of justice and the county’s only town, which began in 1979 as Donoho’s Mill. The railroad came to Trousdale County in 1892, eventually replacing the river as the major cargo-way and cementing and strengthening the county’s position as a major tobacco trade center, for which it has been primarily known, until just recently. The county’s most successful annual event has been the Tobacco bowl Football Classis, a post- World War II development.
Trousdale County has beautiful scenery, the Cumberland River and golf courses in every direction. Friendly neighborhoods fill the area, along with churches, new schools, walking tracks, a park, and a community swimming pool. The Trousdale County High School Yellow Jacket championship football team is the pride of the community, boasting several state championships. Civic pride also runs deep with local clubs and organizations, special events, a rich Civil War history and beautiful historic homes, all located in the smallest county in the state of Tennessee.