Chest Pain Network

The Saint Thomas Chest Pain Network is a division of Saint Thomas Health Services that coordinates with local emergency medical services (EMS) and hospitals to provide cardiac care services. The Chest Pain Network includes 15 hospitals in Tennessee and Kentucky, all accredited by the Society of Chest Pain Centers.

The Saint Thomas Chest Pain Network covers Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. Members of the network include:

  • Saint Thomas Hospital (Nashville, Tennessee)
  • Baptist Hospital (Nashville, Tennessee)
  • Middle Tennessee Medical Center (Murfreesboro, Tennessee)
  • Hickman Community Hospital (Centerville, Tennessee)
  • Livingston Regional Hospital (Livingston, Tennessee)
  • Henry County Medical Center (Paris, Tennessee)
  • Southern Tennessee Medical Center (Winchester, Tennessee)
  • Cumberland Medical Center (Crossville, Tennessee)
  • Crockett Hospital (Lawrenceburg, Tennessee)
  • Hardin Medical Center (Savannah, Tennessee)
  • Monroe County Medical Center (Tompkinsville, Kentucky)
  • Lincoln Medical Center (Fayetteville, Tennessee)
  • Decatur County General Hospital (Parsons, Tennessee)
  • Harton Regional Medical Center (Tullahoma, Tennessee) - pending accreditation
  • Jackson Purchase Medical Center (Mayfield, Kentucky) - pending accreditation

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