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by Kathy Whitney | Posted on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012 — 4:22 PM
Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute (VHVI) is relocating its cardiac practice in Williamson County and announcing the addition of five cardiologists.
Formerly located at 2105 Edward Curd Lane in Franklin, Tenn., the practice will relocate to 4323 Carothers Pkwy., Suite 405, within the Williamson Tower, the medical office building attached to Williamson Medical Center in Franklin.
The combined practice is known as Vanderbilt Heart at Williamson Medical Center, and provides clinic space for five full-time Vanderbilt cardiologists and five cardiologists formerly of Saint Thomas Heart-Franklin, who joined VHVI on Jan. 1.
Current VHVI providers relocating to the new clinic include Christian Friesinger III, M.D., Adam Prudoff, M.D., Thomas Richardson, M.D., Brent Anderson, M.D., J.C. Estrada, M.D., Walter Clair, M.D., Jason Jean, FNP-BC, Pablo Saavedra, M.D., and David Slosky, M.D.
The former Saint Thomas Heart-Franklin providers include Jerry Franklin, M.D., Sean Hughes, M.D., Thomas Jantz, M.D., Joel Phares, M.D., Thomas Thompson, M.D., and Christie Locklear, R.N., nurse practitioner.
The providers will begin seeing patients in the new space today. To schedule an appointment, please call 875-5337.
Kathy Whitney, (615) 322-4747
Reporter Adam Prudoff, Brent Anderson, Christian Friesinger, Christie Locklear, David Slosky, J.C. Estrada, Jason Jean, Jerry Franklin, Joel Phares, Pablo Saavedra, Reporter Jan. 6 2012, Sean Hughes, Thomas Jantz, Thomas Richardson, Thomas Thompson, Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute, Vanderbilt Heart at Williamson Medical Center, Walter Clair
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