Pediatric Diagnostic Associates Moves To New Location

Thursday, October 26, 2017

CHI Memorial Medical Group announces Pediatric Diagnostic Associates has moved and is now located in the Lyerly Medical Pavilion at 281 N. Lyerly St. 

“This new office is on the first floor and very easy to access," said Glyn Hughes, president of Mountain Management.  "There is also plenty of parking near the main building entrance. Parents and children will enjoy the larger, updated design as well as individual waiting rooms that separate those who are in for a well check from sick children.” 

CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates has nine board-certified pediatricians. Max Bryant, M.D.; Richard Carroll, M.D.; Elizabeth Carter, M.D.; Tonia Cox, M.D.; Anthony Friddell, M.D.; Gary Meredith, M.D.; Peter Rawlings, M.D.; Virginia Rodgers, M.D.; and Josh Smith, M.D. treat infants and young adults up to 21 years of age and are currently accepting new and established patients.  Alicia Daniels, M.D., and Trey Dyer, M.D. will join the practice in November. 

The practice has two locations: 281 N. Lyerly St., Suite 100, Chattanooga, TN 37404 and 1949 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 285, Chattanooga, TN 37421.  A new North Georgia office will open in November at 4700 Battlefield Pkwy., Ringgold, GA 30736.  Office hours are Monday–Friday 9 a.m,-5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.–noon; and Sunday by appointment only. 

To schedule an appointment, or for more information about CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates, call 698-BABY (2224).



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