Jamestown Regional Medical Center
Jamestown Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission-accredited, 85-bed hospital that provides health care services for Fentress County, Tennessee, and the surrounding communities. The facility is equipped with some of the finest technology available in health care. The emergency department features 24-hour emergency services and the latest technology to meet the community's needs, including two trauma bays and seven private exam rooms.
- Annual ER volume is 11,000
- 12 or 24-hour shifts
Jamestown is the home of great American revolutionaries and rogues, not to mention World War I hero Sgt. Alvin C. York. Jamestown has the landmark York Gristmill, perched along the Wolf River and Highland Manor, Tennessee’s oldest winery and provides visitors and locals a great range of cultural and consumer attractions. Jamestown has its own municipal airport and location on U.S. Highway 127, yet still manages to remain seemingly tucked away in the quiet, peaceful country of the Upper Cumberland.