The Brain and Spine Institute is made up of experts in the field of neuroscience in order to bring patients the best healthcare in East Tennessee for a full range of neurological diseases and disorders.
Rich with history and culture, Knoxville Tennessee offers a modern Appalachian city with superb dining, nightlife, museums, shopping, outdoor recreation and championship sports. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains and five regional lakes, Knoxville offers big city attractions with a dose of small-town charm on the banks of the Tennessee River.
Tennessee's original capital, Knoxville, boasts a charming historic downtown as well as area attractions fit for the whole family. Take the afternoon to grab a bite to eat in the culturally eclectic Market Square, or pedal more than 50 miles of paved greenways. Enjoy an evening with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra or jam out at the Tennessee Theatre. Feed your wild side at the Knoxville Zoo or explore the nation's most visited national park less than an hour away.
UT Medical Center Welcomes Two NeurohospitalistsSep 28
University Neurology, the hospital-based inpatient neurology (neurohospitalist) service, at The University of Tennessee Medical Center recently added two new neurologists to the service, Dr. Li Hua and Dr. Muhammad Masud.Read More
NTrainer System for Premature Babies Now Available in the NICUSep 24
According to the CDC, in 2013 approximately 450,000 babies were born prematurely in the United States. One of the problems that 40 percent of premature infants face is learning the skill of sucking.Read More
UT Medical Center Names New Vice President of Facility OperationsSep 22
Tim Jacoby recently joined The University of Tennessee Medical Center as vice president of Facility Operations. In this role, Jacoby will have responsibility for various areas in the facility operations and planning division.Read More
LAND AREA 92.7 square miles
ELEVATION 889 feet