20 Sep Bone and Joint Institute is Hiring!
Proudly voted as the Best Orthopaedic Practice in Williamson County five years in a row, Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee is hiring to add to its team! Bone and Joint provides a dynamic work environment with a family-oriented mindset. Through any position, staff are encouraged to cultivate their skills and grow in their field.
For a full list of open positions, be sure to click here or on the blue button above.
Bone and Joint Institute is proudly a part of Williamson Health. With its flagship location situated on the campus of Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tenn., just off of I-65, Bone and Joint Institute’s history is one of the richest legacies in Williamson County’s healthcare community. Founded in 1979 by orthopaedic surgeon Craig Ferrell, M.D. as Franklin Bone & Joint Clinic, the practice has provided state-of-the-art care to area residents and local sports teams for decades. In fact, for over 30 years Dr. Ferrell served as a physician for the US Olympics supporting the Equestrian Team and later the Swim Team – a testament to his extraordinary medical skills. There was no question that the Franklin Bone & Joint Clinic was Williamson County’s go-to destination for exceptional orthopaedic care. In 2009, the successful practice was acquired by a larger healthcare organization and continued to thrive under the leadership of long-time Bone and Joint surgeons, now recognized as the best in the nation.
Then in 2017, Williamson Medical Center – now Williamson Health – announced plans for the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, a partnership between the Franklin hospital and 13 orthopaedic specialists. Since, Bone and Joint Institute has moved into a $40 million, 121,252-square-foot office in April 2019 designed to accommodate orthopaedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine and spinal surgery. Spaces include six orthopaedic surgery operating rooms and shell space for additional ORs. Other accommodations include outpatient imaging services, physical therapy and occupational therapy, nine private rooms for extended PACU patient recovery, physician offices, clinic space and an after-hours injury clinic.
Since, the Institute has expanded past its Franklin home by opening orthopaedic urgent care clinics in Brentwood, Nolensville and Thompson’s Station. In addition to its urgent care clinics, each location also houses physical therapy with a standalone physical therapy clinic the newest addition to the umbrella of services in West Franklin. While already operating five locations in Williamson County, Bone and Joint Institute still plans to continue growth within the county and the Middle Tennessee area to meet the needs of our community.
With questions about Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, call (615) 791-2630.