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FamilyCare Specialists Welcomes Tamara Davis, MD




Covenant Health is pleased to welcome board-certified family medicine physician Tamara Davis, MD to the primary care team at FamilyCare Specialists.

Dr. Davis received her medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and completed her family medicine residency and geriatric medicine fellowship at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Dr. Davis has special clinical interest in compassionate, quality care from adolescent to geriatric patients.

Dr. Davis brings 13 years of experience in family and geriatric medicine to the health care team at FamilyCare Specialists, who have served Knoxville for over 20 years. Dr. Davis looks forward to seeing new patients at FamilyCare Specialists, located at 1300 Old Weisgarber Road.

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