Maintaining Quality Care during the Pandemic

Our plan to care for you during the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

Updated, 5-5-2020

Everyone at the Nashville Center for Hope & Healing  joins me in our concern for the safety of our patients, our staff, and all the world right now. We are in the office but encouraging patients to have virtual appointments unless it is necessary to come into the office.  We also have a satellite clinic of the NeuroScience and TMS Treatment Centers within our office which remains open for the treatment of TMS patients.  

Providing the highest quality service to our existing patients will continue.  For now we have worked with our clinicians to make telemedicine appointments available. Using telemedicine resources, patients are able to meet with clinicians and therapists easily which can be essential in these stressful times.  

We are following direction per the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to clean our location multiple times in the course of each day.  We are asking any patient who comes to the office to wear a face mask, and wash their hands prior to the appointment and after the appointment for good hygiene.  If you are experiencing a fever, cough, cold, or have been around someone with the infection we ask that you self-quarantine in order to stop the spread of this infection.  

There is a lot of misinformation on the current pandemic, please look for information on these websites for accurate information:

     - to find a testing facility, or call us as we can refer you to one of three FREE COVID testing sites

     - to obtain accurate information,

As always, please call, 615-379-8600,  or email our office,,  for concerns.  


Michelle Cochran, MD, DFAPA

Medical Director