NHC to break ground on Bellevue facility

Murfreesboro-based National HealthCare Corp. is scheduled to break ground today on a new assisted living and skilled nursing center in Bellevue.

NHC Place at the Trace represents a $38 million investment by the company, which operates nine other affiliated centers in the greater Nashville area. The new facility will create 200 jobs and is expected to open in the spring of 2016. It will to be a three-story, 135,000-square-foot center with 172 beds. Eighty-two of those beds will be for assisted living, including memory care patients.

"This area of the county has been reflective of Nashville's overall growth," Gerald Coggin, senior vice president of corporate relations, said in a release. "With that growth comes the need for broader health care services for our senior population, including rehabilitation services and assisted living. We designed NHC Place at the Trace to provide those services and to do so with the high level of quality care and innovative services for which NHC is well known."

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