TN mall to be turned into healthcare clinic

The Vanderbilt University Medical Center has decided to give nearby 100 Oaks Mall a facelift. Throughout this year and into next year, 440,000 square feet of store space at the mall will be turned into a healthcare facility, set up for 16 clinics. According to The Tennessean, the project should cost around $48.9 million, and will include among other things, a Breast Center, a Center for Surgical Weight Loss, a Center for Women's Imaging, a center for Dermatology, and an Interventional Pain Clinic.

To learn more:
- read the article in The Tennessean
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check out this article in the Nashville City Paper

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