|Chattanooga shooting patients visited by Senator Corker and Governor Haslam in the hospital
Corker and Haslam paid them a private visit Friday morning.
|Erlanger statement on Thursday's "active domestic terrorism" shootings
Today a tragic incident took place in our community. Following the shooting incident which occurred this morning on Amnicola Highway, Erlanger’s Trauma Center received three shooting victims, a Chattanooga police officer and two members of the military. One of those patients was discharged from Erlanger this afternoon; the other two are still being treated.
Erlanger officials continue to work closely with the Mayor’s Office, Chattanooga Police Department, Hamilton County Emergency Operations Center and federal officials. More information will be released on the condition of the remaining gunshot victims as it becomes available.
Our facility remains open to patients. Emergency patients are still being accepted, and everyone has the ability to arrive and depart from our hospital.
Please join our staff in keeping the families and victims of this terrible tragedy in your thoughts and prayers
|Erlanger Nurse Practitioner recognized for child abuse advocacy
For the third year in a row, the Child Abuse Protection Team at T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital at Erlanger has been recognized by the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) of Hamilton County.
|Cyclists injured during USA Cycling Professional National Championship
More than a dozen bicyclists needed some medical help after a long weekend of racing here in Chattanooga.
|Hamilton County jailer arrested on multiple drug charges
Sheriff Jim Hammond has ordered a full internal affairs investigation. Video
|Erlanger Neurology Review discusses sports-related concussions and head trauma
Once upon a time, a long time ago in football culture, concussion and head injuries were considered minor, but now, with the knowledge of the long term effects of the injuries, that just isn't the case anymore Video
|Love's Travel Stops Raise Money for Children's Hospital at Erlanger
Love’s Travels Stops has been a partner of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 1999, raising funds for children’s hospitals through multiple campaigns totaling more than $12 million raised.
|Lawmakers Disagree With Erlanger Bonuses
State lawmakers are upset after Erlanger Medical Center trustees held two secret meetings to vote on bonuses. The lawmakers say without state and federal dollars, the hospital wouldn't have the money for this decision. Video
|Erlanger Board Chair Issues Statement on Performance Payout
Donnie Hutcherson, Board of Trustees Chairman issues a statement on performance payouts.
|Erlanger East Granted Approval to Begin Full Service Hospital
The State of Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency unanimously approved an extension to complete the expansion of Erlanger East Hospital to a full-service hospital with 107 inpatient beds Video
|11 Athletes Treated at Erlanger for IronMan Competition
11 athletes competing in this weekend's IronMan competition made a trip to Erlanger's downtown emergency room.
Six males and five females were treated and released for injuries stemming from bicycle crashes to dehydration. Video