Building the Next Generation of Mercy

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New Building Project

Mercy needs a new home to meet the needs of our ever-growing patient population. We are seeking new donations for the New Building Capital Campaign and will keep you updated. Will you help us serve the next generation of Mercy? Your donation will make it possible to Make Every Request for Care a Yes.

Phase II goal for our New Building Capital Campaign is $4 million by June 30, 2023. With the help of generous supporters, we have raised 66% of our goal. No gift is too small to make a difference in the lives of patients and families in our community!

Thank you for your generous support and gracious prayers. Partners like you bless our entire community!

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New Building Project

Mercy Community Healthcare and The Naomi Judd Estate are happy to announce the naming of a new mental health clinic – The Naomi Judd Mental Health Clinic: A Bridge to Hope. At the time of the one-year remembrance of Naomi Judd’s death, the two organizations will work together to bring more much-needed mental health services to the Franklin and Tennessee communities.

“It is a solemn honor to be part of Naomi’s legacy and be able to touch so many lives, who may now have increased hope for tomorrow. The stigma of suffering in silence that she worked so hard to remove can be diminished significantly as we work to improve the quality of life of those coping with mental illness. Through this naming, Mercy will be able to Make Every Request for Care a YES,” said Dottie Bullard, Chief Advancement Officer.

“I am so pleased that Naomi is receiving this recognition. This is such a fitting namesake in her local community expanding her mission to break the stigma around mental illness,” said Larry Strickland, husband of the late Naomi Judd. “She lived a very public life and was very open about her mental health struggles to help others. The naming of this clinic will continue that legacy for years to come.”