nashville general hospital

Nashville General Hospital at Meharry is the principle teaching hospital for Meharry's clinical training. The hospital represents a unique public-private alliance involving Meharry, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and the Metropolitan Nashville Hospital Authority. The facility was formerly Hubbard
Hospital. It was renamed in 1994 when the government of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County moved its public hospital to Meharry's campus.

Today, under the direction of Meharry faculty, Meharry's students and residents train at Nashville General Hospital where they encounter a broad range of medical-surgical experiences. Equipped with 125-staffed beds, the hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). The hospital features a technologically advanced Breast Health Center, cardiac catheterization lab, emergency department, medical imaging, and numerous clinics.

For more information, visit Nashville General Hospital at Meharry.