Sumner Regional Medical Center is a 155-bed acute care hospital that has been serving Gallatin and the surrounding communities since 1959. The hospital serves as the flagship hospital for HighPoint Health System, formerly Sumner Regional Health Systems, Inc. The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission and serves northern middle Tennessee. The facility celebrated the opening of a new patient tower on its campus in the summer of 2008, featuring 70 all-new private patient wellness rooms, new surgery suites, an all-new emergency department, new PACU, new labor and delivery suites and a new nursery. The hospital also provides inpatient rehabilitation services, a cardiac catheterization lab, a sleep lab, an accredited radiation oncology program, a wound care center offering hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and a state-of-the-art outpatient diagnostic center that houses a dedicated women’s imaging program.