• Petitioned Tim Garrett

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Metro Councilmember at Large
Tim Garrett
District 14 Councilmember
James Bruce Stanley
District 27 Councilmember
Davette Blalock
District 33 Councilmember
Roberet Duvall
District 34 Councilmember
Carter Todd
District 3 Councilmember
Walter Hunt
Nashville City Government
Mayor Karl Dean
Metro Councilmember at Large
Megan Barry
Metro Councilmember at Large
Ronnie Steine
Metro Councilmember at Large
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Jerry Maynard
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Brady Banks
District 5 Councilmember
Scott Davis
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Peter Westerholm
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District 18 Councilmember
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District 19 Councilmember
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District 20 Councilmember
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District 21 Councilmember
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District 22 Councilmember
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District 23 Councilmember
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District 24 Councilmember
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District 25 Councilmember
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District 26 Councilmember
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District 28 Councilmember
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District 29 Councilmember
Karen Johnson
District 30 Councilmember
Jason Potts
District 31 Councilmember
Fabian Bedne
District 32 Councilmember
Jacobia Dowell

Keep Inpatient Services at Nashville General Hospital at Meharry!

    1. Joshua Anthony
    2. Petition by

      Joshua Anthony

      Nashville, TN

Reducing inpatient services means Nashville General will no longer be a teaching hospital staffed by the doctors and medical students of Meharry Medical College. This threatens the health and welfare of the very patients Nashville General overwhelmingly cares for — the poor and the underserved.

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 3,000 signatures
    2. Reached 2,500 signatures
    3. Our petition made it to the news!

      Joshua Anthony
      Petition Organizer
      Petition Started To Keep Inpatient Care At Nashville General Hospital

      Petition Started To Keep Inpatient Care At Nashville General Hospital Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:27 PM EST Updated: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 12:42 PM EST NASHVILLE, Tenn.- A petition has been started to save in patient services at Nashville General Hospital.

    4. Reached 2,000 signatures
    5. Hospital money woes impacts medical college

      Joshua Anthony
      Petition Organizer
      Hospital money woes impacts medical college

      Big changes could be coming soon to a Nashville hospital - changes that will impact much more than the patients. Students at Meharry Medical College officially began their academic year Monday with that difficult reality in mind. By the end of the year, cuts at Nashville General Hospital could put an end to its on-campus hospital.

    6. Reached 1,000 signatures
    7. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • William Ross ATLANTA, GA
      • over 1 year ago

      I obtained my medical degree at Meharry Medical College and the [old] Hubbard Hospital...the predecessor to Nashville General Hospital. Because of that training, I am now a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon dedicated to compassionately helping others.

    • Shari Sawney CLEVELAND, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      I am Black I'm applying to HBCUs for medicine this year.

    • Birdel Jackson ALPHARETTA, GA
      • almost 2 years ago

      My doctors and dentists trained at Meharry. America depends upon the trained professionals from Meharry

    • Mark Attalla NAHSVILLE, TN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Help the poor citizens

    • Frances Buzinski HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Poor people have no other place to go. My social security check is $540 per month.


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