If you have photos, memorabilia or stories to share, JCMC wants to hear from you


JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - With roots dating back to Johnson City's first hospital in 1911, Johnson City Medical Center (JCMC) will soon be celebrating 100 years, and hospital officials are asking for input from local residents.

Anyone with photos, memorabilia or stories about working or receiving treatment at JCMC or its previous incarnations (Memorial Hospital and Appalachian Hospital) is asked to e-mail100yearsatJCMC@msha.com or call Summer Stanley at 423-431-6095. Hospital officials are interested in anecdotes from patients, team members and their families, past and present.

For those with work experiences to share, topics could include moving from one facility to another (such as from Appalachian to Memorial or from Memorial to JCMC). Those who have received care at JCMC could share their experiences with the differences in treatment over the years.

Please e-mail 100yearsatJCMC@msha.com or call 423-431-6095 if you have information, stories, photos or memorabilia to share.


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