Bone and Joint Institute Fund

About the Bone and Joint Institute Fund

Physicians and staff of the Bone and Joint Institute have been pillars in the Williamson County community for over 40 years while being involved in various charitable and community events. In partnership with the Williamson Health Foundation, Bone and Joint Institute has had the opportunity to continue participation in charitable events that sustain the values of Bone and Joint Institute, including empathy, compassion, faith in healing, and service to the community.


The Bone and Joint Fund has been able to support various charitable organizations such as Brightstone, Friends of Franklin Parks, The Forrest Spence Fund, and Deer Run Camps & Retreats. In addition, with the Williamson Health Foundation, Bone and Joint Institute has been able to award scholarships for graduating high school seniors in Williamson County who are entering the health sciences. Additional information on the Craig Ferrell scholarship can be found at the bottom of this page.

Organizations We're Proud To Support

About The Skeleton Gala

In 2024, we are continuing the support of our community through an ongoing partnership with the Williamson Health Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Our inaugural event, The Skeleton Gala, will be held at Liberty Hall in the Factory on Saturday, October 26. This will be a masquerade, black-tie event filled with fun, entertainment and dancing. All proceeds of the event will support the Williamson Health athletic training program and sponsorships for students that will be pursuing health science degrees in college.
For any questions, please contact us at skeletongala@bjit.org.

About The Craig Ferrell Memorial Scholarship

The Craig Ferrell Memorial Scholarship is named after the late Craig Ferrell, M.D., founder of the Franklin Bone and Joint Clinic, orthopaedic surgeon at Williamson Medical Center, and team physician for the United States Olympic Team, supporting equestrian and swimming.  Dr. Ferrell was a pillar in the community while participating in various charitable organizations. His legacy led to the establishment of the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee.  This $1000 scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors in Williamson County who will be pursuing a degree in medicine, athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other health related fields.