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Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance Murfreesboro Tennessee

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance Announces Second Location In Murfreesboro

The History of Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance , Tennessees largest orthopedic surgery group, is pleased to announce the opening of a second location in Murfreesboro, TN.

Located at 5109 Veterans Pkwy, Suite 200, Murfreesboro, TN 37128, TOA Murfreesboro Westlawn features an orthopedic clinic, physical therapy, MRI access, and sports performance training.

TOAs Sports Performance training provides exceptional support for high performance athletes, sports teams and leagues, and weekend or casual athletes. TOA provides sports performance training at their Franklin, Lebanon and now Murfreesboro Westlawn locations. This specialized sports performance training, includes individual, group or team training and return to performance training, which bridges the gap between injury rehabilitation and return to activity.

TOAs Murfreesboro Westlawn location is located at 5109 Veterans Pkwy, Suite 200, Murfreesboro, TN 37128. Located just off Highway 840, TOA Murfreesboro Westlawns cross streets are Shores Rd. and Veterans Parkway. Parking is available in front, back and on the side of the building.

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance was established in 1926. TOAs physicians include nationally and internationally renowned surgeons who provide specialized expertise in sports medicine, joint replacement, spine, hand, wrist and elbow, foot and ankle, shoulder, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and interventional pain management.

Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance Murfreesboro Tn Employee Reviews

Very demeaning and unorganized staffing. Inappropriate conversations, and favoritism is heavily associated with this practice. Providers are disrespectful and have no manners what do ever

Management is terrible and has favorites if you arent a favorite then youre kicked to the side and treated like dirt. You could be the most hard working person in there and they would still promote the person who kisses the most butt

No matter how hard you work it will go unnoticed. The pay is not worth how hard you work and the unrealistic expectations. You are replaceable to this company. Just a number, as soon as they find someone willing to work for a lesser pay you will be replaced

Run!!! Poor management, coworkers who backstab you. Overwhelming and understaffed. Doctors double and triple book and dont spend enough time to explain what really needed

Company only cares about how much money they bring in. They do not care about their employees. There is no work life balance. They expect you to eat, sleep, breathe TOA. They let patients cuss out their employees and the employee gets in trouble in return. High turnover rate. Poor training. There is zero room for advancement. Also a very catty office, everyone talks about everyone.

Insurance & Contracted Managed Care Plans

Why is this important? Because many patients are hearing that TOC is out of network with their insurance providers. Please know, that this is NOT correct information.

What should I do if my insurance provider tells me that TOC no longer accepts my insurance? Absolutely nothing! If your insurance provider is listed below, rest assured that we are in-network and will continue to be.

Why is this happening now? Although it was announced several months ago, our merger with TOA does not become official until January 1, 2021. It is this transition that is causing the automated responses from insurance providers. It is simply a timing and technical issue that will not disrupt your medical services.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. If you need further assistance, please send your questions to .

Below is a list of insurance plans that TOC currently accepts. Our list is for reference purposes only and is subject to change. We encourage you to check with your health plan to confirm that Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinic is included. TOC may participate in some, but not all, products offered by a health plan. Coverage limitations are dependent on individual group contracts.

Please note that although listed on UHCs website, we DO NOT participate in UHCs Compass network.

If you have any questions, please contact your insurance provider.

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Other Medical Offices Planned Nearby

Two other potential medical offices could open next to the TOA building as part of the 20-acre Westlawn commercial development, said John Harney, a commercial real estate broker in Murfreesboro.

“It has convenient access for multiple counties’ patients to have medical care via the 840 corridor,” Harney said.

One of the medial offices has an affiliation with Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and will be on 8.5 acres, Harney said. Future plans for this office is proposed to be similar to the clinic’s satellite office that opened in October on Shelbyville Highway.

Another medical office user proposed in the development is not ready to disclose plans at this time, Harney said.

Gateway Building Standards To Be Used

Orthopedic Surgery, Sports and Urgent Care

The project will be built to the city’s stricture Gateway standards for design, materials and landscaping, said Margaret Ann Green, a principal planner for the Murfreesboro government.

The office also will include an area for physical therapy services, Green said.

The building materials will include brick, stone and metal panels, project architect Jeffrey H. Carris said.

The planned medical office would be part of the mixed-use residential and commercial Westlawn development in the fast-growing Blackman community on the west side of the city.

The plan calls for the building to be 53 feet high. The medical office will be on about 4.9 acres that will have access to a future right of way that connects Shores Road to Veterans Parkway, according to an agenda report for the planning commissioners.

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Toa Part Of Westlawn Development

Vanderbilt has not announced development plans for its 82-acre property.

“We continue to be very optimistic about the future of Rutherford County and Murfreesboro,” Vanderbilt spokesman John Howser said.

Vanderbilt does not have a business relationship with the Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance, but several TOA surgeons trained with VUMC, Howser said.

The TOA office should open by late 2020 or early 2021, said Sam Sarbacker, a representative with Oman-Gibson Associates, the project developer.

Construction should start by February, he said.

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