Location Profile

Maryville, Tennessee

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Facility Location
Maryville, Tennessee
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Maryville, Tennessee, and is a leader of care for Eastern Tennessee. With its history of more than 50 years of service, the provider is an award-winning source of care with state-of-the-art technology and innovative therapies. The facility has been affiliated with some of the leading medical facilities in the country and offers multiple specialties. Services include cancer care, cardiac health, women's health, and rehabilitative care.

Tennessee Nurses Association is the state's nursing association. The organization advocates for the health, safety, and happiness of the state's medical providers. For over 100 years, TNA has helped nurses with education and events.  

Community Overview

Maryville is a suburb of Knoxville, Tennessee and is part of the Knoxville Metropolitan Area. Well-rated for its safety, schools, and things to do, Maryville is a beautiful spot with a lively pace of life and is close to some of the country's best attractions. The city of Maryville is ranked as one of the Best Places to Live in Tennessee for 2020. Its location gives you easy access to Knoxville, Tennessee, but there's plenty to do right there in the city. Maryville is fun year-round thanks to its festivals and events.

To learn more about Maryville visit the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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A top-rated school district, Maryville City Schools contains 7 public schools: 3 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 1 high school. Maryville City Schools has been recognized repeatedly for its excellence, with test scores showing nearly 60% of the district's students are proficient in math and reading. Niche.com rates the school district as #3 out of 136 for Best Teachers in Tennessee and the Safest. The schools have also received recognition with Foothills Elementary a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, and Maryville High School ranked among the top 1,100 schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. There are also 5 private schools in Maryville.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping options are plentiful in Maryville. In addition to the various boutiques and gift shops in the city, Maryville also has the Foothills Mall with more than 60 specialty stores. For just about anything else, Maryville has popular big box stores like Target and Walmart, plus department stores like HomeGoods to browse. Just 25 minutes away in Knoxville, Tennessee offers several more shopping centers and the West Town Mall.

Arts and culture come in all forms in Maryville. The Clayton Center for the Arts presents live performances in music, ballet, theatre, and other events throughout the year. The venue also includes galleries for local and regional artists to display their work, plus spaces for student artists' pieces. The Maryville Arts District is a local cultural organization that offers art classes and shows as well.

Maryville includes several great options with museums and historic sites. One of the most popular destinations is the Cades Cove Museum, which tells the story of a former mountain community. Housed in a 230-year-old log cabin, it features nearly 1,000 artifacts. More local history is preserved in the Blount County Historical Museum as it chronicles the rich history of Maryville including its founding with various exhibits of memorabilia. From spring to fall, visitors can stop by the Sam Houston Schoolhouse, a historic site that features costumed performers who share what school life was like in the Colonial Days.

Whether you love the great outdoors or simply enjoy indoor fun, there's something to do and see in Maryville. Start with the Blount County Greenways, 9 miles worth of trails that connect Maryville to nearby Alcoa, Tennessee. Stroll the trail and enjoy the scenic view along Pistol Creek River and Bicentennial Greenbelt Park. Maryville boasts several parks for anyone to enjoy. Sandy Springs Park in Maryville offers 20 acres of greenspace, plus a walking trail, tennis courts, and a playground, while John Sevier is the place for hot days with its 8,500-square-foot outdoor pool and 800-square-foot wading pool. Head out on the water with a tubing trip in nearby Townsend, Tennessee or just go fishing in the Little River. For rainy days or cold days, there's the Crest Bowling Lanes and the Carmike Cinema. Don't miss your chance to see a movie under the stars at Maryville's Parkway Drive-In Movie Theater from spring to fall either.

Maryville is less than an hour from the renowned Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a sprawling park of nearly 600,000 acres. There are multiple things to do including camping, waterfall hikes, wildlife spotting, horseback riding, and guided ranger activities. Not far is Dollywood, a theme park nestled in the Smoky Mountains, and featuring more than 40 rides, plus live shows, a real rideable steam train and even a water park.

The city of Marysville like the rest of Tennessee is growing in diversity. Nearby Knoxville, Tennessee offers a Filipino carry-out place called Philippine Connection Carry-Out plus an Asian grocery store.

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Crime Rate

Maryville is safer than 57% of the country and has a crime rate that's 31% lower than the national average. Maryville has been repeatedly listed as one of Tennessee's safest cities.

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