Williamson County Health Department

2018 Community Health Needs Assessment
Take the survey today!

The Williamson County Health Department and Vanderbilt University Medical Center are partnering together to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment. Citizens and those who work in Williamson County are encouraged to participate. Data collected provides insight into the community's perception of local health and the strengths and weaknesses of local available healthcare.

School Immunizations
If you need an updated Certificate of Immunization please complete this form and send with your child's records. 
1) WALK IN and drop of the records. You can wait or come back when they are ready for pick up.
2) FAX the demographic form and the vaccination records to our fax line at: (615) 790-5967, Attention: Immunization Nurse.
3) SUBMIT your digital request here and upload your child's immunization records to be transferred.


ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS are coming to the Williamson County Health Department clinics!

Local health department clinics across the region will begin transitioning to a "electronic" record keeping system in September 2018. While we undergo the transition there will be fewer appointments scheduled and longer wait times to see a provider. Patients who see providers at the Franklin or Fairview clinic for primary care and who take daily, long-term maintenance medications for conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, arthritis, COPD, etc. are
STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to keep regularly scheduled appointments in the coming months to ensure they maintain adequate quantities of their necessary medications through the transitional period when they may not be able to get an appointment quickly.
Customer Satisfaction
Customer Satisfaction
Submit your questions, concerns or kudos to staff here.