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The Code STEMI program, started in 2006 at Cookeville Regional, has been very successful in reducing the time it takes to get heart attack victims - especially those in outlying counties - the life-saving interventions they need. (Read Full Story Here)
t fournetOne of the initiatives in the past couple of years has been to improve  access for our patients. To do that, we have focused on the dvelopmet of new outreach clinics so that we can see our patients where they live rather than them having to drive all the way to Cookeville to see us for an office visit. It's just more conventient for the patient. We're proud to say that we have seven outreach clinics across the Upper Cumberland and southern Kentucky.  ~ Dr. Timothy Fournet M.D., F.A.C.C.
s brewingtonAt Cookeville Regional, I think every patient is someone special. That may sound a bit cliche, but it's unusual for patients who come in to the hospital not to have some personal connection with one of the doctors, the nurses or someone who works at the hospital/ The doctors are integrated not only in the medical system, but in the local community and society, as well. Some of our physicians are community leaders, and we are taking care of former school teachers or friends and classmates, and it seems that that holds us to a higher standard. ~ Dr. Stacy Brewington M.D., F.A.C.C.