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Dr. Byram talks Spring Hill expansion as Institute joins city’s chamber of commerce

Dr. Byram talks Spring Hill expansion as Institute joins city’s chamber of commerce

SPRING HILL, Tenn.—Ian Byram, M.D., and other representatives of the Bone and Joint Institute, were on hand Thursday, March 22 as the Institute was welcomed as a new member of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce. During the chamber’s monthy luncheon, Dr. Byram addressed the crowd and spoke of the practice. He was the perfect choice, as the orthopaedic surgeon is a familiar face in the city. “I’ve been practicing in Spring Hill for six years, and I’ve taken care of Summit High School sports.” he told members of the chamber. 

 

Dr. Byram then touched on the Institute’s newest office in Suite 201 of Williamson Medical Center’s Williamson Tower. The large, second-floor suite will cover joint-related procedures. It joins the existing Suite 409, on the tower’s fourth floor. That office houses spinal procedures. In all, 13 nationally- and internationally-recognized orthopaedic surgeons will practice there. Both of offices are temporary, and will be replaced by the Institute’s new, state-of-the-art facility that is currently under construction on the Williamson Medical Center campus. It is scheduled to open in early 2019. During his introduction, Byram also touched on plans to expand the practice into Spring Hill. “We’re hoping to open a Spring Hill office within the next six to nine months, pending location,” he said. While those plans are underway, Byram spoke for his fellow surgeons on their commitment to the city, and the greater Williamson County community. “We’re just excited to be here. We’ve been engaged in this community for a number of years. Basically, the same group of guys, men and women, just a new name,” he said. “We look forward to seeing you all.”

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