The University of Tennessee Medical Center Opens Lenoir City Regional Health Center

The University of Tennessee Medical Center has opened the Lenoir City Regional Health Center to help meet the health needs of residents in Loudon, Knox, Roane, McMinn and surrounding counties. The new facility is located at 5779 Creekwood Park Blvd. in Lenoir City, just off Interstate 40 at the Lenoir City exit (exit 81). A variety of healthcare and ancillary services are offered at the new 48,000 square-foot location. In addition to the seven primary care physicians and physical therapy services, ancillary services such as X-ray, echocardiogram, bone density, and lab work are available, as are oncology services including outpatient visits and chemotherapy. Several other outpatient specialty services are joining the center soon, including cardiology, general surgery, vascular surgery, urogynecology, obstetrics/gynecology, and urology.

Lenoir City Regional Health CenterThe University of Tennessee Medical Center has expanded its commitment to the health of residents in Loudon, Knox, Roane, McMinn and surrounding counties by opening the Lenoir City Regional Health Center. Located at 5779 Creekwood Park Blvd. in Lenoir City, just off Interstate 40 at the Lenoir City exit (exit 81), the facility offers the convenience of a variety of healthcare and ancillary services under one roof and the expertise of the healthcare providers from the region’s academic medical center.

“We’re proud to respond to the requests of many in and near Loudon County for high quality outpatient and diagnostic healthcare services by opening the Lenoir City Regional Health Center,” said Steve Ross, senior vice president for Strategic Development at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. “It’s truly an asset for the region as it is a warm, welcoming healthcare facility that also features a community education room where we’ll offer programs about management of chronic conditions and numerous other relevant health topics.”

The University of Tennessee Medical Center has served the Lenoir City regional community for many years through primary care practices. In addition to the seven primary care physicians and physical therapy services at the new 48,000 square-foot facility, ancillary services such as X-ray, echocardiogram, bone density, and lab work are available, as are oncology services including outpatient visits and chemotherapy. Several other outpatient specialty services are joining the center soon, including cardiology, general surgery, vascular surgery, urogynecology, obstetrics/gynecology, and urology.

To schedule an appointment with a primary care physician at the facility, call the medical center’s Healthcare Coordination line at (865) 305-6970 or for more information about Lenoir City Regional Health Center, call (865) 988-6330.

The mission of The University of Tennessee Medical Center, the region’s only hospital to achieve status as a Magnet® recognized organization, is to serve through healing, education and discovery. UT Medical Center, a 609-bed, not-for-profit academic medical center, serves as a referral center for Eastern Tennessee, Southeast Kentucky and Western North Carolina. The medical center, the region’s only Level I Trauma Center, is one of the largest employers in Knoxville. For more information about The University of Tennessee Medical Center, visit online at www.utmedicalcenter.org.