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Indian Path Community Hospital is a 239-bed not-for-profit hospital in Kingsport, Tennessee.
The hospital provides an array of services, including emergency services, surgical services, cancer center and lung nodule clinic.
Indian Path also offers convenient parking, easy access and private rooms, as well as 24-hour room service with a variety of menu options.
All outpatient and ancillary services are on the ground floor to make it easier for you to get in and out.
Services at Indian Path
- Cardiac calcium score test to gauge heart disease risk
- Event monitoring
- Holter monitoring
- Stress testing, with and without nuclear imaging
- Tilt-table testing
- Transesophageal echo / echocardiogram
- Vascular ultrasound
The Barbara Humphreys Birthing Center at Indian Path provides family-centered, single-room maternity care.
This means labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum care (sometimes called LDRP) happen in the same room for most patients.
Rooms in the birthing center are comfortable, beautifully decorated and feature the latest monitoring equipment.
Ballad Health Cancer Care at Indian Path offers a range of medical oncology, transfusion, infusion therapies, gynecological surgical oncology and palliative care to meet the needs of each patient.
Equipped with advanced technologies, the center offers a variety of treatment services.
The Ballad Health Cancer Center is located in our 2202 medical office building.
Offering both inpatient and same-day outpatient surgery, including minimally invasive elective procedures, Indian Path covers many different surgical needs.
Center for Sleep Disorders
The Center for Sleep Disorders at Indian Path offers help to anyone who has trouble falling or staying asleep due to snoring or other issues, including pediatric patients.
Our sleep lab can diagnose what is causing patients to have low-quality sleep.
- Emergency services
- Lung nodule clinic
- Spiritual & Pastoral care
- Transitional care
Medical care and community impact reports
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
Indian Path Community Hospital CHNA [PDF – opens in new window]
CMS price transparency
Standard Charges file last updated Feb. 23, 2021.
Metrics by MS-DRG*
Indian Path MS-DRG metrics [PDF, 52KB], fiscal 2019
*MS-DRGs are Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Groups.
Expand a section below to learn more about Indian Path and our community.
- Lindy White – President, Northwest Market; CEO Kingsport Market Operations
- Dr. Elizabeth Jackson – Chief Medical Officer, Northwest Market
- Stephanie Rhoton – Assistant Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer
- Dwight Owens – Chief Operating Officer
- Laken Fritz – Assistant Vice President, Financial Administration
Indian Path opened its doors in 1974, with the first two patients being treated on March 1. It began as part of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA)
The hospital was named after a trail that Native Americans traveled, which crossed through the east side of what is now Kingsport. There are shadow boxes next to the elevator that displays the Native American artifacts found during the digging of Indian Path’s foundation.
In September 1998, Indian Path became part of Mountain States Health, which was formed as a non-profit entity after Johnson City Medical Center purchased six for-profit hospitals in the region.
This seven-story facility has grown to include 178 operating beds and offers an array of services including emergency services, lung nodule clinic, surgical services, family birthing services and a dedicated spine center.
- Giving Back
Improving the health of our community is a priority for Indian Path. The health status of the people in our area affects medical, social, economic and environmental issues, so our partnerships with community organizations allow us to make a bigger impact together. Some of the organizations and events we support include:
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association
- Crazy 8s 8k Road Race
- Community Health Education
- Health Resources Center
- Kingsport Chamber of Commerce
- Kingsport Fun Fest
- Healthy Kingsport
- Keep Kingsport Beautiful
- Susan G. Komen Foundation
- United Way
- Ballad Health Foundation
For more information about how you can contribute to the Ballad Health Foundation which focuses on projects throughout the region to improve our patient experiences, please call (423) 857-7108.
For more information, please call (423) 952-3110.