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Healthcare. West Tennessee Healthcare (Jackson-Madison County General Hospital District), created by a law passed by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1949, serves as the public hospital system of the city of Jackson. The city appoints some of the members of the board of directors.
Many doctors and nurses at UTMC have integrated careers as teachers and healthcare professionals, and the center promotes itself as the area's only academic, or "teaching hospital." The University Medical Center is the primary referral center for East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and Southeastern Kentucky.
Healthcare. Sewanee has one hospital, Southern Tennessee Regional Health Care - Sewanee (formerly known as Emerald-Hodgson Hospital) . Education and culture. Sewanee is the home of The University of the South, founded and owned by the southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church, and generally known as "Sewanee".
The governor of Tennessee is the head of government of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The governor is the only official in Tennessee state government who is directly elected by the voters of the entire state. The current governor is Bill Lee, a member of the Republican Party, who took office on January 19, 2019.
The city is served by Milan General Hospital, a 70-bed acute care facility located on Highland Avenue. Milan General Hospital became a wholly owned affiliate of West Tennessee Healthcare in 1998. Milan has a weekly newspaper, the Milan Mirror-Exchange.
George West was a land venture and ranching enterprise of George Washington West and Kittie West. Originally from Shannonville Tennessee, West began to build his town in 1913, after ranching from 1880 to 1912 in the area between Pleasanton and Corpus Christi. He sold his cattle holdings and began to colonize some 75,000 acres (300 km 2).
The Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition (TTPC) was founded on May 30, 2003, in Nashville, Tennessee, by Marisa Richmond and a group of concerned citizens. It is a trans organized and trans led organization. It is inclusive of intersectional identities and identities both binary and nonbinary.
Greeneville is a town in and the county seat of Greene County, Tennessee, United States. The population as of the 2020 census was 15,479. The town was named in honor of Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene, and it is the second oldest town in Tennessee.