Riverview Regional Medical Center

Carthage, Tennessee

Riverview Region

Nestled in the majestic hills of Middle Tennessee, Carthage is a small, farming community on the North bank of the Cumberland River.  Throughout the past two centuries, the Cumberland River has played a crucial role in the development of commerce in Carthage and Smith County.  Located only 50 miles East of Nashville, Carthage provides beautiful scenery, a wealth of commerce, and plenty of recreation opportunities. “Southern Hospitality” is not just a phrase, but a reality in this progressive southern county. Carthage and Smith County offer the beauty and grace of an area rich in past, present and future.

The Hospital

RRMC New Exterior

Riverview Regional Medical Center (RRMC), a 63-bed, acute care facility, and Riverview Regional Medical Center South, a 25-bed critical access hospital campus, provide general medical and surgical care, 24-hour emergency services, skilled nursing, psychiatric services and geriatric care to residents of Smith and surrounding counties.

RRMC, accredited by The Joint Commission, has had a strong tradition of supporting its surrounding communities through the development and promotion and health awareness and by delivering high quality, cost-effective healthcare services.

The Community

A small county with a scenic setting and proud historic legacy, Carthage, Tenn., is located within a comfortable drive from Nashville, Knoxville or Chattanooga. The panoramic view of the Cumberland River and the beautiful and majestic hillsides from the historic Cordell Hull Bridge make a visit to this friendly community well worth the drive.

Smith County is known for its Second Empire-style Courthouse, built in 1879, along with its many antique shops, historic homes, and the beautiful Cordell Hull Lake, where residents and visitors can camp, boat, hike, fish and swim.