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Livingston Regional Hospital

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Livingston, Tennessee

Located approximately 100 miles from Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, the town of Livingston offers the best in small-town living with easy access to the amenities of several metropolitan areas.
Population: 3,431

Service Area: 65,605

The Hospital

Livingston Regional Hospital is a 114-bed acute care facility. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of healthcare services, including 24-hour emergency services that serve the Upper Cumberland Region as a Level III trauma center. The hospital’s Women’s Center features comprehensive birthing suites and there is a 6-bed critical care unit that provides intensive care services and procedures with advanced cardiac and ventilatory equipment for continuous patient monitoring. In addition, physical rehabilitative services are available on both an inpatient and an outpatient basis.

Livingston Regional is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital is proud to offer patients access to advanced technology, including computed tomography scanning, ultrasonography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, radiography and nuclear medicine. 

The Community

Livingston Regional Hospital is a 114-bed acute care facility. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of healthcare services, including 24-hour emergency services that serve the Upper Cumberland Region as a Level III trauma center. The hospital’s Women’s Center features comprehensive birthing suites and there is a 6-bed critical care unit that provides intensive care services and procedures with advanced cardiac and ventilatory equipment for continuous patient monitoring. In addition, physical rehabilitative services are available on both an inpatient and an outpatient basis.

Livingston Regional is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital is proud to offer patients access to advanced technology, including computed tomography scanning, ultrasonography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, radiography and nuclear medicine. 

Recreation

As part of the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, Livingston and Overton County offer plenty of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Standing Stone State Park, famous for its outstanding scenery, wildflowers, fossils and other natural diversity, covers nearly 11,000 acres along the Cumberland Plateau of north-central Tennessee. The park takes its name from a standing eight-foot tall rock, which was supposedly used as a boundary line between two separate Indian nations. For fishing and boating enthusiasts, there is Dale Hollow Lake. This deep, cold-water lake contains numerous species of sport fish and is known for record catches, including a world-record small mouth bass and lake trout in excess of 15 pounds. The lake has 620 miles of shoreline with 52,000 acres: 27,000 acres of water and 25,000 acres of adjoining land. Four top-of-the-line campgrounds are available with water and electric hook-ups. Numerous day-use areas offer clean picnic, beach and launching facilities for all users. Fourteen commercial marinas provide a variety of services, such as small vessel and houseboat rental, restaurants and lodging. Other recreational opportunities include Hidden Valley Golf and Country Club and the West Fork and East Fork Obey Rivers, which plunge 1,000 feet over a 20-mile stretch to form Class I-IV rapids. Livingston’s Winningham Park features picnic areas, a lighted walking trail, amphitheater and fitness stations.