The University of Tennessee Medical Center Regional Health Center located in Lenoir City offers comprehensive and specialty health care resources. 

 

The facility is located at 5779 Creekwood Park Blvd. in Lenoir City, just off Interstate 75 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.

Appointments

If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, Healthcare coordinators are available at 865.305.6970 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 
 
 
Current Services

SPECIALTY OFFICES


 

 

University Cardiology is staffed by 15 cardiologists, all of whom are board certified in the specialties of internal medicine and cardiology. This Heart Lung Vascular Institute team is dedicated to providing superb quality care to adult patients with diseases of the heart and the entire vascular system of arteries and veins. 

University Women's Specialists works hard to remain at the forefront of advancements in healthcare, research and technology. Get answers to your healthcare questions today. 

University Surgeons Associates, PC. are committed to working with all patients, institutions and communities in the region for the purpose of providing the highest quality surgical care, with the sole intent of improving the health status and well being of all served. Our patients and our profession expect and deserve our scientific objectivity and unblemished integrity in our advice to patients, in our surgical judgment, and in performance of surgical procedures.

University Vascular Surgeons are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the arteries and veins. These doctors helped develop stent grafts that are now being used throughout the United States for repair of aneurysms and clogged peripheral arteries. Endovascular stents often can be placed in the artery through a small incision, reducing post-operative pain and shortening recovery time.University Vascular Surgeons.

University General Surgeons specialize in hernia surgery, abdominal surgery, laparoscopic surgery, endocrine surgery, skin & soft tissue surgery, and surgical nutrition. Our surgeons are board-certified, fellowship trained, and competent in today’s modern diagnostics, treatments, procedures and equipment. Our surgeons are committed to providing the highest level of honest, compassionate, patient-centered care and recommend surgical and/or non-surgical treatment options that promote the optimal health and well-being of each patient.

UT Urogynecology are specialists in Urogynecology provide professional and sensitive care for women with incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. Our patients are provided a variety of highly effective, non-surgical approaches including medications, behavioral therapies, and support devices. For those who need surgery, the latest minimally invasive techniques usually allow women to go home the same day and recover quickly.

University Urology, PC is a professional group of urologic surgeons and staff dedicated to the delivery of the highest quality of urologic medical and surgical care.