Williamson Health is Elevating Excellence in Healthcare

Jun 24, 2024 at 12:15 pm by RMGadmin

Your Health, Your Community

With Williamson Health 
For Sanford Kim, M.D., taking care of patients is a responsibility he doesn’t take lightly. As one of the primary care physicians at Williamson Health’s newest location in Spring Hill, he’s embracing the opportunity to practice in the community where he lives.
“It is such a blessing and a huge responsibility to help take care of people,” said Dr. Kim, who has practiced in Williamson County for more than two decades. “This area is growing, and I noticed early on that there were not enough primary care doctors in the area. These are my friends, neighbors and church members. I’m grateful that Williamson Health has expanded in this area.”
The new clinic, located at 5221 Port Royal Road in Spring Hill, opened in early May. Staffed by Williamson Medical Group physicians, Dr. Kim and Paula Dunn, M.D.; Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee physicians, Matt Anderson, M.D. and Preet Gurusamy, M.D.; along with Andrea Pierce, PT, and Angela Shipman, PTA; the clinic offers primary care (family and internal medicine), laboratory services, orthopaedic urgent care, an orthopaedic physician clinic and physical therapy.
It joins four other Williamson Health locations in Spring Hill: a primary care clinic, two EMS stations and a walk-in clinic. Williamson Medical Group and Bone and Joint Institute physicians also provide care at a clinic in Tollgate Medical Plaza, located in nearby Thompson’s Station. The expanded healthcare options are one way Williamson Health is endeavoring to ensure Williamson County residents have access to exceptional care right where they live.
“Spring Hill just keeps expanding, so expanding Williamson Health’s offices in the Spring Hill area is an investment in the most rapid area of growth of Williamson County,” Dr. Kim said. “We all have a part to play in building this community, and I’m just glad to be contributing to this amazing town and helping to keep people healthy.”
It’s a focus Dr. Anderson shares. He and Dr. Gurusamy will work together to help meet the orthopaedic needs of Spring Hill area patients.
“Dr. Gurusamy is a joint replacement specialist, and I focus on sports medicine procedures, so together we bring a nice complement of orthopaedic services to the Spring Hill community,” Dr. Anderson said. “A lot of our patients live in Spring Hill or commute from further south, so opening our first Bone and Joint Institute clinic in Spring Hill to serve those patients is exciting.”
Set to serve as the team physician for Summit High School during the 2024-2025 school year, Dr. Anderson is eager to put down roots in the community.
“I’ll be closer to the athletes and students for whom I provide care, so it’s nice to feel like I’m a bigger part of the community and playing a role in providing more convenient care for our patients,” he said.
In addition, Dr. Kim and Dr. Anderson said the new location — with primary care, orthopaedic and physical therapy providers housed in the same building — will create greater continuity of care for patients.
“If a patient presenting for a routine checkup also has a musculoskeletal issue, for example, it is as easy as taking the elevator downstairs to get an X-ray and see an orthopaedic provider,” Dr. Anderson said. “This new clinic really serves as a comprehensive center for health maintenance for Spring Hill residents.”

For details about the new Spring Hill location or to request an appointment, visit williamsonhealth.org/spring-hill