Dr. Jay Jolley Opens Southeastern Spine On Citico Avenue

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Dr. Jay Jolley has opened Southeastern Spine at 2707 Citico Ave.

Jay Jolley, M.D., returned to his hometown of Chattanooga in 2004, to provide spine specialty care for patients with neck and back problems. He particularly enjoys cervical spine surgery.

A Baylor School graduate, Dr. Jolley received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and attended medical school at the University of Tennessee. He served his internship and residency at the UT College of Medicine, then relocated to Salt Lake city for his Spine Fellowship in the departments of Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery at the University of Utah.

Southeastern Spine is accepting new patients at 2707 Citico Avenue across from Memorial Hospital’s Doctor’s Building. Dr. Jolley specializes in spine disorders and continues to provide comprehensive care for his long-time patients as well as patient referrals. For more information or to scheudle an appointment, please call 423 693-2175.


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