Tennessee systems open joint 60-bed behavioral health hospital

TriStar Health and Maury Regional Medical Center have opened their 60-bed behavioral health hospital, according to the Nashville Business Journal

The behavioral health hospital is part of TriStar's pledge to invest $500 million to expand and renovate its facilities.

The 49,000-square-foot, $24 million facility in Columbia, Tenn., has 42 adult beds and 18 for adolescents. 

The facility is a joint venture between Nashville, Tenn.-based TriStar and Columbia-based Maury Regional Medical Center.

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