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North Knoxville Medical Center
North Knoxville Medical Center is an full-service acute care hospital. The Powell hospital and medical center offers private patient rooms with dedicated family areas. In addition, the hospital has technologically advanced information and communications systems, decentralized nursing stations for better efficiency and patient care, and noise-reduction materials to provide patients with a more comfortable experience.
North Knoxville Medical Center was the first outpatient hospital campus in the Powell area for cancer care, imaging and women's services. The center offers comprehensive cancer diagnostics, treatment, and support services; interventional cardiology services; advanced imaging services; and women's diagnostic services and educational programs.
Full of history and culture, in Knoxville you’ll enjoy floating along the Tennessee River or a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, just 30 miles from downtown Knoxville. Combine the area’s picturesque beauty with the low cost of living and it is easy to see how people quickly fall in love with this region. The state of Tennessee does not collect income tax and Knoxville’s cost of living index is 11 percent lower than the U.S. average.
Knoxville is home to the state’s flagship university, the University of Tennessee. UT’s campus offers East Tennessee everything you’d expect from the state’s flagship university including academic opportunities and top-tier intercollegiate athletics. Knoxville also offers the Knoxville Ice Bears, professional hockey at the Civic Coliseum, and the Tennessee Smokies Baseball Club, the Chicago Cubs ‘AA’ minor league affiliate just a short drive away.
Downtown Knoxville has emerged as a hot spot for happy hour, dinner, or even Sunday brunch, downtown’s Market Square offers a number of shops and restaurants, musical acts, stage productions, and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra calls the Tennessee Theater home.