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Saint Francis Hospital - Bartlett

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About St. Francis- Bartlett: 
The first and only full-service health care facility in Bartlett, Tennessee
A 196-bed, fully accredited hospital, including Women’s Center, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), ICU and a 24-hour emergency room 

When Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett opened on June 1, 2004, it became the first full-service health care facility in Bartlett, Tennessee.  From new moms to seniors to those in need of emergency and surgical care, the hospital has facilities and staff to address your needs.  Our commitment is to quality care, patient safety and patient satisfaction.  We will strive to be a good neighbor and an active partner in the continued growth of the North/Northeast Shelby County community. Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is located on 23.6 acres at Kate Bond Road and U.S. Highway 64 in the city of Bartlett.  The facility features 88 medical/surgical beds, 16 orthopedic/spine beds, 10 mother-baby suites, 10 NICU beds, 16 ICU beds, and 16 PCU beds.  Other features include 8 surgery suites, a 24-hour emergency room, and a dedicated outpatient imaging center.

Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), the nation’s oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency.

About Bartlett, TN: 

Bartlett is located 15 miles northeast of Memphis. Mecca to the most important musical styles of the 20 th century, Memphis is a city with an extraordinary musical heritage, offering a distinctive beat for any music lover.  Home to the city of Graceland and Elvis Presley, Memphis is the birthplace of the blues, rock ‘n’ roll and soul music.

Resting on the banks of the Mississippi River, years of revitalization has reclaimed Memphis as one of the most vibrant cities in the New South.  Renovation projects have reopened the Memphis Central Station train depot, added one of the nation’s largest mixed-use development and historic preservation projects in the Peabody Place, and built the Southern Folklore center.

Memphis today is an array of restaurants and eateries, coffee houses, interesting boutiques, and cultural attractions that can be enjoyed on every street corner.  The music, culture, diversity and progressive renovations make Memphis a great place to live!



Consider Memphis!