A WPLN News investigation finds the Tennova Lebanon hospital sued more than 1,000 patients over the past two years after striking a deal to be sold. And hundreds of those suits — in Wilson, Davidson and Rutherford counties — were filed during the pandemic.
A WPLN News investigation finds the city-owned hospital has sued more than 11,000 patients over two decades and has no intention of changing its ways.
Nashville General is the city-funded, safety-net hospital. For a patient without insurance, this is supposed to be the best place to go. But its emergency room has been taking more patients to court for unpaid medical bills than any other hospital or practice in town.