About TriStar Summit Medical Center
TriStar Summit, part of HCA’s TriStar Health, is a 188-bed facility accredited by The Joint Commission. Serving the residents of Davidson, Wilson and surrounding counties since 1994, TriStar Summit has built a strong reputation for providing quality patient care in a friendly and compassionate setting. TriStar Summit offers a full range of services including emergency, medical, surgical, obstetric, oncology, psychiatric and diagnostic services. With our exceptional medical staff of more than 300 board certified physicians representing 36 specialties, we are committed to being your center of excellence for quality, community-based healthcare. Learn more...
The da Vinci Surgical System is the latest in robotic surgery to reach TriStar Summit. Learn more »
Recognized by The Joint Commission.
TriStar Summit Physician Offers Advice During Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and colorectal cancer expert Raj Patil, MD, gastroenterologist at TriStar...
HCA’s TriStar Summit Medical Center Names Frist Humanitarian Award Recipients
HCA’s TriStar Summit Medical Center recently announced the recipients of the 2013 Frist Humanitarian Award presented...
TriStar Summit’s Kingree Named Physician of the Quarter
Rachel Kingree, M.D., pulmonologist, was recently named Physician of the Quarter by the staff of TriStar Summit...
It is said that first impressions are everything…and when it comes to the emergency rooms in a hospital, it’s no different. TriStar Summit is proud to announce our $6.3 million investment in our Emergency Department. And You.
Our new Emergency Department includes:
• 32 private treatment rooms
• 26 general treatment rooms
• 4 “fast-track” rooms for rapid medical evaluation
• 2 trauma rooms & more
What would you do if you were unable to see your baby for the first 48 hours after he was born? That was where Heidi King found herself after complications during delivery put both mom and baby in danger. But thanks to the team at TriStar Summit, this story has a happy ending and also illustrates how technology can play a role in the healing process. Get your tissues for this one.