1818 Albion St
Nashville General Hospital at Meharry is a publicly supported, academically affiliated, community-based hospital. We are committed to providing excellent healthcare regardless of age, race, creed, gender, sexual preference or ability to pay. With the alliance of Meharry Medical College and Vanderbilt University, the medical staff and our employees provide comprehensive, compassionate, acute care services to those in need.
Nashville General Hospital at Meharry is city-owned and provides the residents of Davidson County with an array of sophisticated healthcare services, state-of-the-art technology and a compassionate, caring staff. Our 125-bed, JCAHO accredited facility readily accommodates a wide range of acute care needs, including a post-operative surgical floor, medical floor, adult and neonatal intensive care units and full OB/Gyn services. Our medical and surgical staff is dedicated to providing comprehensive, high quality care to patients and their families.
Nashville General has provided quality healthcare to the Nashville community since 1890 when it opened its doors as City Hospital. In 1999, we moved from the original hospital building on Hermitage Avenue to the renovated George W. Hubbard Hospital on the Meharry Medical College campus. Through the years we have created a positive partnership with Meharry Medical College, Vanderbilt University and the city of Nashville.
We are committed to providing excellent healthcare and our goal is to provide accessible, affordable care to all Davidson County residents.
You can make a difference by becoming a volunteer at Nashville General Hospital at Meharry. You don't need to give huge amounts of time to make a difference. Whether you participate weekly, monthly or yearly, your time and effort will improve the quality of life for our patients.
If you are interested and would like more information about the volunteer program, please call (615) 341-4082 or email email@example.com .
Friends in General is the community-based non-profit organization that works to support Nashville General Hospital. Since 1988, FIG has secured grants from numerous organizations and foundations. The city supplement only pays a portion of the actual costs of patient care and Friends in General helps make up the difference. NGH relies on Friends in General for donations and grant support to meet the healthcare needs of uninsured and underinsured patients.
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Take I-24 West to I-40 West. / Take Exit 209 (Church Street/Charlotte Avenue).
Turn Left on Charlotte Avenue. / Turn Right on D.B. Todd Boulevard.
Turn Left on Albion Street.
Take I-40 East to Exit 207 (Jefferson Street). / Turn Right on Jefferson Street.
Turn Right on D.B. Todd Boulevard. / Turn Right on Albion Street.
Take Clarksville Highway (41-A) South. / Clarksville Highway merges into D.B. Todd Boulevard.
Turn Right on Albion Street.
Take Charlotte Avenue (Highway 70) North. / Turn Right on D.B. Todd Boulevard.
Turn Left on Albion Street.
To I-65 South to Exit 47(Jefferson Street). / Cross Jefferson Street Bridge.
Turn Left on D.B. Todd Boulevard. / Turn Right on Albion Street.
From Metro Center
Take I-265 South to I-40 East. / Take Exit 209 (Charlotte Avenue).
Turn Right in Charlotte. / Turn Right on D.B. Todd Boulevard.
Turn left on Albion.
All visitors will be charged a fee for parking in the Albion Street garage. The amount a person will be charged for parking is $1.00 - $4.00 a day, depending on time parked in the garage.
Complimentary parking is available for patients and parents of hospitalized NICU patients in the Albion Street garage. This covered, five level parking garage is located across from the front entrance of Nashville General Hospital on Albion Street. Patient and visitor parking is conveniently located on the second floor of this garage, with elevators available. Attending physicians and handicapped patients may park on the first floor of the garage to the right. There is also a drive-thru circle in front of the Hospital, where patients can be dropped off and picked up. No cars can be parked in this area for more than 5 minutes. Transportation between the parking garage and the Hospital is also available via a shuttle service.
There are guard gates at the entrance to the Albion Street garage. Patients must obtain a parking ticket when entering the garage. After a physician appointment or other outpatient or inpatient procedure, you will need to have your parking ticket authorized by staff in that area and validated at the Information Desk on the first floor of the Hospital. This validated parking ticket is presented to the attendant when leaving the garage.