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Summit Medical Group Opens Primary and Urgent Care Practice in South Knoxville




Summit Medical Group of South Knoxville recently opened to provide primary and urgent care to the community. The new location is accepting new patients and provides both primary care and walk-in urgent care services.

The Chapman Highway location previously served the community under different ownership and now is a member of Summit Medical Group, the largest primary care organization in East Tennessee. It is the only Summit Medical Group office in South Knoxville north of Seymour, and the office will provide family medicine, internal medicine and urgent care.

Physician Assistant Jim Womack, who worked at the location previously, has joined the Summit team and will continue providing care to his patient base. Summit Medical Group physicians who will rotate at Summit Medical Group of South Knoxville to provide additional patient care include Andy Adams, M.D.; Kelly Baker, M.D.; John Cooper, M.D.; Anthony Morton, M.D.; and James Rivers, M.D. 

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