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Greeneville Community Hospital West
Updated hospital visitation restrictions
Ballad Health is currently allowing 2 designated patient-support persons – or visitors – for the duration of each inpatient's visit or hospital stay.
Please note that this only applies to inpatient hospital units and surgery. Outpatient services will continue to allow 1 visitor for each patient.
Inpatient support persons – or visitors – will only be allowed on site from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. However, one visitor may remain with the patient overnight, and this visitor must be in the facility prior to 8 p.m. Visitors who remain with the patient after 8 p.m. will stay in the patient room. If the visitor remaining with the patient after 8 p.m. leaves the facility at any point during the night, they will not be permitted for re-entry until 8 a.m.
Exceptions may be made in labor and delivery, emergency departments where one guest is permitted at all times, and during extenuating circumstances or in the case of end-of-life care. As previously stated, this provision only includes:
- Inpatient hospital units
Screenings and face mask requirements
Each visitor will be screened for potential signs of illness and required to wear a cloth face covering, which they need to provide for themselves.
Due to the increased risk of virus transmission, masks with vents and/or valves are not permitted.
These measures are to help contain coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Please read more about these visitation restrictions.
Greeneville Community Hospital is now one hospital with two campuses. The West campus is focused on outpatient services, geropsychiatric services, inpatient rehabilitation, sleep lab and occupational services.
This campus has a rich history of delivering superior healthcare with compassion.
Our patients can take comfort in knowing they will still be served by the same, familiar faces. Our top priority is always to provide the best in patient care.
Read about our East campus here.
Services offered at Greeneville Community Hospital West (formerly Takoma Regional Hospital) include:
- Diagnostic imaging
- Geropsychiatric services
- Inpatient rehabilitation services
- Occupational medicine
- Outpatient lab
- Sleep lab
Please note: Emergency services are only available at the Greeneville Community Hospital East campus.
- Tammy Albright – chief executive officer
- Dr. Daniel Lewis & Dr. Mark Patterson – co-chief medical officers
- Robin Roberts – chief nursing officer
Medical care and community impact reports
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
CMS price transparency
Greeneville Community Hospital West chargemaster standard charges [CSV file, 551KB]
Greeneville Community Hospital West average charges by DRG [CSV file, 10KB]
Metrics by MS-DRG*
Greeneville Community Hospital West MS-DRG metrics [PDF, 18KB], fiscal 2019
View more Ballad Health MS-DRG metrics here.
*MS-DRGs are Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Groups.