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TrustPoint Hospital offers personal, state-of-the-art behavioral health treatment for those in need of inpatient mental health, physical medicine & rehabilitation, or ...

Trustpoint Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Rutherford County, TN.

Trustpoint Hospital does not have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Trustpoint Hospital is a proprietary hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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The staff, truly, advocate for the improvement of your, mental, state by designing the care to fit your needs. I was a patient at TrustPoint Hospital and while I was there I noticed that I spoke to Medical Professionals about my condition on a regular basis because they made themselves available to me regularly. I enjoyed participating in Group Therapy 3-4 times per day and I felt that this was a major part of my healing. I was fortunate to have a portion of my bill covered by charity and this truly blessed me as I was not able to work during my, extended, stay. The staff, even, allowed us to conduct a church service on Sunday and to pray regularly in small groups. I would recommend this hospital to others experiencing Mental Illness. (2 weeks ago)

On the mental side....this place was such a big blessing from God to us. I wish my mom could stay for-ever there. I wish I could work there. They are the best people and caring ever. I have been able to sleep the whole time my mom's been there and not worry. I really hope they build more of these..thank you Trust point and God bless... (a month ago)

The one star is being way too generous, but it would not let me put anything less! DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT take your loved senior family member to this hospital! My mother was just released after a three and a half week stay, and she came out WORSE than when we admitted her! She is worse mentally and physically! She walked in there over three weeks ago and now can barely walk with the aid of a walker. There is NO communication between the doctors, social workers and families. We had to leave angry voice mail messages just for them to set up a family meeting so we could find out how they were treating our mother, and that was after being there for two weeks! mother wore the same clothes for at least five days in a row! After asking about where her other clothes were, we come back to visit the next time to find she's wearing someone else's clothes! The doctors and social workers obviously do not spend much time with the patients because they deemed our mother capable of making her own medical decisions, even though she couldnt remember from the times we talked to her on the phone in the morning until the times we talked to her at night, what we had discussed. Needless to say, we are still searching for appropriate mental AND physical care for our mother. (a month ago)

I am absolutely astonished at the reviews I've read!!! Years ago, after our only child & Daughter married then died months afterwards, My wife had experienced a symilar need to have help. I've had many many friends and patients tell me of thier experience at other hospitals. Believe me my experience at TrustPoint Hospital was not in anyways like Thiers!!! I found almost ALL the Doctors, staff & even the cleaning staff most Compassionate EVER!!!! NO ..i didn't want to be there at first. Perhaps just perhaps i wanted to get well so truly much that my willingness to "co-operate" and drink up as much as I perhaps this is what really made the difference. I only pray that if i need to return...i will be able to only return to TrustPoint !!!! God bless you ALL!! (2 months ago)


My father was a patient at this facility. After only a few days he became severely dehydrated and had to be sent to the hospital. Apparently this is a known issue as they have signs reminding staff to keep patients hydrated. Additionally we were told they have a hydration program in place to make sure patients are given fluids every two hours. This makes me wonder where the breakdown occurred. During another visit my father had a Do Not Resuscitate band on his wrist against both his wishes and his doctor's directive. When we asked about this the charge nurse stated that another patient must have put it on him. It was on so tight we could not remove it so it had to be cut off -- simply not possible to be slid on or off by another patient! During his entire stay he was heavily (over) medicated and in a "zombie-like" condition. He ended up staying there for over 4 weeks and was worse off when he left than when he arrived. Like all medical facilities you have some absolutely wonderful staff members that truly care and those that do the minimum requirements of their job. The social worker and several staff members unfortunately fell into the lesser category. I would strongly recommend AGAINST this facility for any elderly family member. (a year ago)

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