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July 17, 2024

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Williamson Health Opens Remodeled Gift Shop

The shopโ€™s hours are currently 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, inside the hospital at 4321 Carothers Parkway in Franklin.

Williamson Health recently celebrated the grand opening of the newly remodeled gift shop located in Williamson Medical Centerโ€™s main lobby. The modernized and expanded space, which was revamped as part of the hospitalโ€™s expansion and renovation project, has a boutique feel, designed to offer a retail experience for both hospital guests and the community.

The gift shop is operated by volunteers with proceeds benefitting the patient care services of Williamson Health. The shopโ€™s hours are currently 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, inside the hospital at 4321 Carothers Parkway in Franklin.

โ€œOur previous gift shop was what youโ€™d traditionally expect to see at a hospital,โ€ said Leigh Williams, Williamson Health Foundation executive director. โ€œThe new space is truly a fun, bright shop where taking a break โ€“ whether itโ€™s caregivers, our employees or even someone from the community โ€“ will be an escape to a shop where anyone can buy gifts for any occasion.โ€

Unique products sourced from local vendors:

  • Early June Flower Farm will provide locally grown flower bouquets to send to patients, staff members or even stop by to take home just because;
  • Happy Little Mother necklaces and bracelets founded by a mom who had her baby at Williamson Health will offer mother tags, sister jewelry and rainbow baby jewelry exclusively sold at the gift shop;
  • Eleven Graces will provide hand-crafted, gemstone jewelry including a signature Williamson Health piece exclusively sold at the gift shop;
  • Bizzy Bee Crochet will offer one-of-a-kind โ€œloveyโ€ creations crocheted by the same local artist who creates the monthly baby outfits worn by newborns at Williamson Medical Center and shared on Williamson Health social channels;
  • Notes Speak will provide handmade greeting cards.

The shop will continue to stock select merchandise in support of the Brett Boyer Foundation including hats, sweatshirts, tank tops, tumblers and other products. The Brett Boyer Foundation supports research into congenital heart disease. An exclusive line of Luke and Caroline Bryan co-branded items such as hats, tumblers, t-shirts and tank tops will also be available. The shop will also feature a new area dedicated to Williamson Health branded gear. Additional popular gift items and products will also be merchandised.

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.