Two stained glass windows from the old Baptist Hospital's chapel were placed on display at the Turkey Creek Medical Center.
Crews first installed these windows in Baptist Hospital back in 1962. This former downtown Knoxville hospital closed down back in 2008.
The Turkey Creek Medical Center chaplain, Brad Hood, said these stained glass windows are great reminders of what Baptist Hospital meant to so many people.
"To then have that here on this campus means a lot to the folks who remember that campus and that chapel." said Hood.
Grant money is responsible for preserving and installing the six original stained glass windows.
One of the windows is already at Tennova South. The other three will go into the North Knoxville, Newport and Physicians Regional Medical Centers.