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Welcome To Fort Loudoun Medical Center

Fort Loudoun Medical Center is equipped with a team of more than 200 doctors in more than 29 specialty areas. Our 87,000-square-foot hospital features advanced technology, including state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computerized Tomography (CT), Ultrasound, Diagnostic X-Rays and Women’s Imaging Services, as well as Nuclear Medicine technology unique to our surrounding counties. The physicians, staff and volunteers of Fort Loudoun Medical Center are dedicated to providing excellent care to every patient, every time.

At Fort Loudoun Medical Center, we are proud to offer our community and friends a new era of healthcare.

Throughout the U.S., hospitals are focusing on decreasing infections that can occur during a patient’s treatment. Fort Loudoun Medical Center is in the top 10% of hospitals nationwide in the prevention of hospital-acquired infections.

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

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The cutting-edge programs offered at Fort Loudoun Medical Center constantly adapt to meet the needs of our community and to align with technological advances in the medical field.

For a full listing of our services, please visit our services page.

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We ❤️ our CNAs! Thanks for always going the extra mile and putting our patients first, Jaime Mills! #CountonFortLoudoun ... See MoreSee Less

June 21st, 1:43 pm  ·  

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Happy National Nursing Assistants Week! We are so thankful for these ladies and all that they do for our patients on a daily basis. We simply couldn't do it without them! #HappyNursingAssistantWeek ... See MoreSee Less

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Please see the following message from Jeffrey Feike, President and CAO of Fort Loudoun Medical Center:

Dear Facebook Friends –
We request your help! Fort Loudoun Medical Center and Covenant Health have been working with CMS (Medicare), the State of TN and other organizations to change the Wage Index component of how we are reimbursed. Medicare reimburses hospitals based on an amount for a diagnosis multiplied by a Wage Index factor which is to be reflective of the cost of providing care in each area of the country. For example, if the national average Wage Index is 1, but some hospitals have a wage index higher than 1, and others lower than 1. The Wage Index for our area is 0.7032. This means reimbursement in our area is 30% less than the national average. This puts us in one of the lowest reimbursement areas in the country!

CMS has finally proposed legislation which would take up to 5% from the hospitals with a Wage Index in the top 25% and give it to the hospitals in the bottom 25%. This means hospitals in East Tennessee would see an increase in their reimbursement. This is critical for hospitals in our area to provide raises, purchase equipment and most importantly to continue our mission of serving the health needs of our communities.

The proposed legislation is a huge step, but we request your help! CMS needs to hear from not just our employees but our community about how important this Wage Index issue is to our hospital and all hospitals in our area. I assure you hospitals in California, New York and Massachusetts and other areas in the top 25% will be aggressively lobbying CMS not to accept this proposal, and CMS must hear loud and clear how important this legislation is to the survival of hospitals in East Tennessee.

HOW YOU CAN HELP – We encourage you to write a comment of support! The website is:

To write a comment of support, click the “Comment Now” tab on the right, and place your message in the Comment box, and then click the, “Submit Comment” box. Your comment can be as simple as, “I strongly support the CMS proposed rule CMS-1716-P and it’s changes to the Medicare Area Wage Index”. CMS is now accepting public comments on the proposal until 4:59PM on June 24, 2019.

I cannot stress enough how important this legislation is to our hospital, Covenant Health, and hospitals across East Tennessee. Thank you for your support of our hospital and community.


Jeffrey Feike, President and CAO
Fort Loudoun Medical Center
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June 12th, 11:06 am  ·  

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