The American Girl Fashion Show is a fun-filled event for girls and their families, friends, and favorite dolls! Celebrate the experience of being a girl, whether yesterday or today, through a colorful presentation of historical and contemporary fashions. Enjoy elegant refreshments, enter to win door prizes, and learn how clothing has changed over the years to reflect history, culture, and girls’ individual styles. The event is hosted by and benefiting Mercy Community Healthcare.
Please Note: Tables can accommodate up to 10 people. We can only guarantee group seating to those who purchase tickets in one online order. Tickets must be for the same show, must all be purchased at the same time, and purchased by one person.
We look forward to another successful event in November to help raise funds to support our mission of providing quality healthcare to ALL, regardless of ability to pay.
About Mercy Community Healthcare
Formerly Mercy Children’s Clinic, Mercy Community Healthcare reflects the love of Jesus Christ by providing quality and compassionate healthcare to both the insured and uninsured in Williamson and surrounding counties – with a focus on Pediatrics, Adult Primary Care and Integrated Mental & Behavioral Health.
Mercy has a staff of more than eighty full and part–time staff. Each of our physicians is Board Certified. Our patients come from more than thirty counties in Tennessee, and even from different states. Why do they come from so far? Great doctors giving great care! In the for-profit medical communities, it is unprofitable to care for the under-served and uninsured. Consequently, 70% of Mercy’s patients are uninsured or TNCare and that’s why we need your support.
- Mercy physicians work ONLY at Mercy. Every patient has their doctor.
- More than 10,000 patients from more than 30 counties call Mercy their healthcare home
- Mercy experiences more than 26,000 patient visits annually
- In Mercy’s four county (Williamson, Maury, Hickman, and Marshall) service area, the patient to doctor ratio is more than 4,000 to 1. For Behavioral Healthcare, the ratio is more than 6,000 to 1.
- There are an estimated 50,000 uninsured persons in our service area
Mercy Community Healthcare is known for it’s accessible, affordable, compassionate, whole-person care as we serve our neighbors in body, mind, and spirit. No one is turned away because of their inability to pay.
Complimenting primary healthcare, Mercy provides comprehensive mental and behavioral health services to our clients. Mercy Behavioral Health, begun in 2006, currently has a full-time Psychiatrist, a full-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and four full-time therapists providing state certified mental health counseling for our patients and their families. Additionally, our staff works in collaboration with other agencies in our community to provide food, clothing, and shelter.
Mercy has two primary revenues streams; reimbursement for services from TennCare and commercial insurances
(Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, etc) and tax deductible donations ($1 million annually) that allow us to care for the uninsured.
For more information about Mercy please visit our website: www.MercyTN.org
Mercy must raise over $1 million a year to cover the costs to serve our uninsured patients. Please add a donation to your registration or click to the DONATE NOW button below to make a tax deductible donation today!