Kegan graduated with honors in 2008 from the United States Military Academy at West Point, with his B.S. in Mathematical Sciences. After graduating from West Point, he was commissioned into the United States Army where he spent 3 years as an Air Defense Artillery officer in Germany before being accepted into the Interservice Physician Assistant [...]
It is with mixed emotions, we announce the departure of Dr. Sophia J. Hendrick. Aside from being East Tennessee's only board-certified pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Hendrick has also become our mentor, family, and friend. We could not be more grateful for her countless contributions and unconditional commitment to our practice and her patients. She will without [...]
Due to the threat of inclement weather, we will be opening at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday 01/29/19. Our phones will not be in service until that time. If the office decides to close completely, you will receive a call from our office. Thank you and please be safe!
We have power! If there is an issue with your appointment, we will be contacting you shortly. If you have an appointment, but are unable to make it in due to storm damage, please contact the office (865) 450-9361 Thanks!
The #NFL has teamed up with #AmericanCancerSociety this summer to launch an initiative as part of its "Crucial Catch" campaign in which free sunscreen is being provided to players, coaches, fans, team employees and media at camps around the country. Some sites have several receptacles where people can get free #sunscreen from a dispenser, while [...]
August is Hair Loss Awareness Month. You may be experiencing hair loss if you see bald patches or lots of thinning. There are several forms of hair loss, but the most common is cause by a medical condition called hereditary hair loss. Hair loss can be caused by several things such as genetics, illness, and [...]
The importance of applying sunscreen cannot be emphasized enough, but do you know just how much sunscreen you should be applying each time? Experts recommend Lotions, foams and sprays that prevent sunburns are tested at 2 milligrams per SQUARE CENTIMETER of skin to determine the sun protection factor, or SPF. The Wall Street Journal said [...]