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Southern Tennesse Regional Healthcare - Sewanee

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Perched at nearly 2,000 feet, up high on the famous Cumberland Plateau, the town of Sewanee sits like a guard protecting the soul of the Tennessee Valley. This eclectic community is one part academia, one part Appalachia, and two parts cool. From the Episcopalian-inspired architecture to the rugged spirit of the people that flock to see her, Sewanee is one of the most unique places in the Southlands.

Population: 2900

The Hospital

Located in the heart of Grundy County, Southern Tennessee Regional Health System (STRHS) - Sewanee is a 21-bed facility focused on providing emergency care and general acute care for its supportive and progressive community. A sister hospital to STRHS - Winchester, this hospital provides high quality medical services to the people and students of Sewanee, Monteagle, and Tracy City, Tennessee.

Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, STRHS - Sewanee offers highly personalized, individual care plans that involve a focused and experience group of care providers. As part of the historic University of the South campus and part of the community called “The Domain”, the hospital has been part of the University campus since it was built in 1857.

To learn more, visit www.southernTNsewanee.com

Known for being a Tennessee cultural touchstone, Sewanee is home to the campus of The University of the South and is a highly diverse and unique community dedicated to higher education and extreme outdoor activities.

 

Established and built by the Episcopal Church in 1857, “Sewanee” (as it is called) is a co-educational liberal arts college that Forbes

 

 

Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, STRHS - Sewanee offers highly personalized, individual care plans that involve a focused and experience group of care providers. As part of the historic University of the South campus and part of the community called “The Domain”, the hospital has been part of the University campus since it was built in 1857.

 

To learn more, visit www.southernTNsewanee.com or call 931-598-5691.

The Community

Known for being a Tennessee cultural touchstone, Sewanee is home to the campus of The University of the South and is a highly diverse and unique community dedicated to higher education and extreme outdoor activities.

Established and built by the Episcopal Church in 1857, “Sewanee” (as it is called) is a co-educational liberal arts college that Forbes Magazine and US News and World Report ranked in the top 50 colleges in the country. The town is also home to Saint Andrews – Sewanee School, one of the oldest boarding high schools in the south.

These two campuses occupy the majority of the area called “The Domain” or simply “The Mountain” and have created a local culture steeped in the arts, freedom of personal expression, and pride in achieving higher education. The hospital is proud to be a part of “The Domain”, and its staff embodies the community’s core values everyday while delivering high quality care to the community

Recreation

Academic excellence and extreme outdoor activities embody the spirit of the people living in Sewanee. It’s hard to walk around town without seeing the “Sewanese” engaged in vigorous philosophical debate while recovering from a day of hiking. The gothic style architecture accented by the stone buildings led Travel and Leisure Magazine to call it the most beautiful college town in America in 2011 and tempted the producers of the wildly famous Harry Potter movie series to film their story entirely on “The Domain” instead of working in a studio. 

With more than 13,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau and multiple hiking trails inside well-protected state parks, Sewanee is a weekend playground for the people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of nearby Chattanooga, Huntsville and Nashville.  Natural attractions like extreme open face rock climbing, big water like Foster Falls and the beautiful vistas of Savage Gulf, it’s easy to see why so many people travel to play on the hiking trails near Sewanee.