Dr. Lee M. Perry Named Top Doctor By HealthTap

Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Dr. Perry
Dr. Perry

Dr. Lee M. Perry was named the Top Allergist and Immunologist in Tennessee by HealthTap. The HealthTap Top Doctor Competition (Winter 2013) brought together the world's best and most helpful online and mobile medical experts to compete for both local and national titles.  Tens of thousands of doctors competed for Top Doctor, Top Specialist, Most Influential Doctor, and Thought Leader Awards. Winners were selected by other doctors (who rated their peers based on demonstrated knowledge and expertise) as well as by consumers (who rated doctors on bedside manner and personality).

Dr. Perry is a double Board Certified Pediatric and Adult Allergy and Asthma Specialist who practices at Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Chattanooga. He is also on staff at Erlanger Medical Center. Dr. Perry enjoys sports and spending time with his wife and their five children.

Dr. Perry received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2004, completed his Pediatric Residency in 2007, and his Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology Fellowship in 2009 at the Medical College of Georgia. Upon completion of training, Dr. Perry joined the Chattanooga Allergy Clinic as an Allergist/Immunologist, where he primarily treats asthma, allergic rhinitis, food allergy, eczema, urticaria and immunodeficiency. He is also involved in clinical teaching for the University of Tennessee Pediatric and Internal Medicine residency programs.

Meanwhile, on HealthTap, Dr. Perry is a founding medical expert and is nationally recognized for his responses to patient questions regarding asthma and food allergy profile. Due to his excellent responses and experience, Dr. Perry was named a Top Allergist and Immunologist in the state of Tennessee. 


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