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Woodridge Hospital

About

403 North State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
(423) 431-7111
36.3077416
-82.38764639999999

 

Woodridge is an 84-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital in Johnson City, Tenn.

As the only dedicated inpatient behavioral health hospital in the region, Woodridge Hospital provides mental health and chemical dependency services for adults, adolescents and children ages six and older.

Woodridge psychiatrists lead a team of professionals that includes behavioral health therapists, expressive therapists, psychiatric nurses and discharge planners who can help you find the most beneficial level of treatment.

Mental health treatment provided at Woodridge

  • Addiction treatment
  • Expressive therapy – providing non-traditional therapy in art, music, relaxation, drama and writing
  • Medical detoxification
  • Mood disorders
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Family support
  • Individual or group therapy

Woodridge provides inpatient mental health care for adults, children and seniors, as well as intensive outpatient programs.


Respond 24/7 intervention helpline

Reaching out is a sign of strength.

No matter what you’ve done or what life’s done to you, you aren’t alone.

Call the Respond helpline – any day, any time – at 1-800-366-1132.

We’re here to listen.


A safe place for patients and families

We provide a safe place where patients and their families can be comfortable, supported and treated with compassion and dignity.

For inpatients, we offer visiting hours to ensure family members can see their loved ones during their hospital stay.


Medical care and community impact reports

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

Woodridge Hospital and Johnson City Medical Center CHNA [PDF – opens in new window]

CMS price transparency – standard charges

Woodridge Hospital and Johnson City Medical Center chargemaster spreadsheet [Excel document]

You can learn more about pre-visit coordination and registration here and about payment options here.

Learn more

Expand a section below to read more about Woodridge Hospital and our community.

Awards & Accreditations

Woodridge Hospital earned a Press Ganey 2016 Guardian of Excellence Award for providing a patient experience ranked in the top 5 percent of hospitals measured.

That means your neighbors reported feeling very satisfied with our care – and you can expect us to help you get the care you need, too.

Other recognitions

  • Accredited by The Joint Commission
  • 2015, 2016 and 2017 Guardian of Excellence Award
CEO Message & Leadership

Woodridge Hospital is truly a valued resource for our patients and families battling behavioral health and addiction concerns. It offers a safe environment where we continually strive every day to meet your needs and the needs of those in surrounding communities of our region, offering an individualized plan for every patient. I count it a privilege to be a part of this organization where each day our outstanding staff delivers the highest-quality, highest-value care to our patients while involving and engaging their families along throughout the process to obtain better health.

Our approach to patient care is what distinguishes our facility from others. Woodridge has been recognized for the last three years as a Guardian of Excellence facility, performing above the state and national average for excellence in behavioral health. We achieve this by expecting our entire team from our providers, clinical team members and our support team, to work collaboratively to define that positive, harm-free patient and family experience. We feel that our people and approach to patient care make the difference for you and your loved ones.

Our overarching culture also fosters feedback from our customers so we can constantly strive to become better in all that we do. Continuous improvement is a main focus of our culture here at Woodridge as we continue on our journey of excellence with every encounter, with every patient, and every time! I hope that you will sincerely consider allowing us to care for you if the need arises.

Sincerely,

Trish Baise, VP, CEO
Woodridge Hospital

Woodridge Hospital leadership

Trish Baise, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, VP/Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Loos, MD, VP/Chief Medical Officer, Washington County Market
Joshua McFall, MBA, CHFP, Chief Financial Officer, Associate Administrator
Nikki Vanburen, Chief Nursing Officer, Associate Administrator
Brooke Graham, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director, Human Resources
Lauri Kerns, Senior Director, Marketing & Communications, Washington County Market

History

Woodridge Hospital was built in 1985 by Watauga Mental Health Services (now known as Frontier Health) to serve this region’s psychiatric hospitalization needs.

In 2006, Mountain States Health Alliance acquired Woodridge Hospital. It was designated a service of Johnson City Medical Center at that time and is physically located directly across the street from Johnson City Medical Center.

Woodridge Hospital is currently designated as one of the four hospitals in the Washington County Region (which includes Johnson City Medical Center, Niswonger Children’s Hospital and Franklin Woods Community Hospital).

Our Community

Johnson City

Bustling with a population of more than 60,000, Johnson City lies just west of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northeast Tennessee. The rugged beauty of the Appalachians surrounds the thriving city that encompasses all of Washington County and parts of Carter and Sullivan counties.

It is known for its rich history (Daniel Boone, Al Capone and railroads), cultural heritage (bluegrass music, quilts and storytelling), outdoor adventure area (hiking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing) and beautiful lakes and mountain vistas. Yet, the eighth largest city in Tennessee also boasts diverse economic and educational opportunities and has become a regional hub for health care, including medical and pharmacy schools associated with East Tennessee State University. The city is also home to a beautiful and historic Veterans Administration campus and hospital.

Food, crafts, music and other entertainment abound at the area’s many annual events such as the Blue Plum Festival (June), Pepsi Independence Day Celebration (July 4), Umoja Festival (August), the Taste of Johnson City (September), the Storytelling Festival (October). Local bands bring the nights alive at popular downtown locations. Exciting day trips to Asheville, Knoxville, Gatlinburg and the ski areas of North Carolina are about an hour away.

All this, an excellent economy and one of the lowest costs of living in the U.S. led Forbes magazine to list Johnson City as one of the “Best Small Cities for Business and Careers.” Kiplinger’s named it one of the “10 Least Expensive Cities for Living in the U.S.A.” Residents and visitors alike are drawn to the big city opportunities and small-town atmosphere of Johnson City, a one-of-a-kind town. For more information about the area go to visitjohnsoncitytn.com.

 

Learn more about behavioral health / mental health services provided across the region at Ballad Health.

What's New

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville

Beginning Monday, Jan. 14, auditions will take place across the region for the 2019 Broadway Comes to Greeneville event, which benefits Niswonger Children’s Hospital. Now in its eighth year, the show gives talented children from across the region the opportunity to perform alongside Broadway stars. ... read more about Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital

Ballad Health and the International Storytelling Center have announced a new partnership designed to embed storytelling into the culture of the new Unicoi County Hospital in Erwin. The innovative partnership represents a first-of-its-kind collaboration between an arts organization and a health system. ... read more about Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital

This Christmas, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is giving everyone the chance to play Santa – and the effects will be felt throughout the year. ... read more about Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

Patients & Visitors

Maps & Directions

403 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604

Map & Directions

Directory

Main number: (423) 431-7111
Respond 24/7 help line: (800) 366-1132
Admitting: (423) 431-7023
Medical records: (423) 431-6440

Visiting Hours

Call for specific visiting hours for each unit.

Amenities

If you need lodging:

Hampton Inn Johnson City
508 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
(423) 929-8000

What's New

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville

Beginning Monday, Jan. 14, auditions will take place across the region for the 2019 Broadway Comes to Greeneville event, which benefits Niswonger Children’s Hospital. Now in its eighth year, the show gives talented children from across the region the opportunity to perform alongside Broadway stars. ... read more about Audition dates, times set for 2019’s Broadway Comes to Greeneville.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital

Ballad Health and the International Storytelling Center have announced a new partnership designed to embed storytelling into the culture of the new Unicoi County Hospital in Erwin. The innovative partnership represents a first-of-its-kind collaboration between an arts organization and a health system. ... read more about Ballad Health and International Storytelling Center partner to integrate storytelling into new Unicoi County Hospital.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital

This Christmas, Niswonger Children’s Hospital is giving everyone the chance to play Santa – and the effects will be felt throughout the year. ... read more about Toy donations needed at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.