CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates Hosts Open House

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
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PDA group

CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates will host a Christmas open house and celebration of its new office location.  The event will be on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 2-4 p.m. at 281 N. Lyerly Street, Suite 100, in Chattanooga.

Attendees will be able to tour the new location as well as meet the practice’s 11 board certified pediatricians.  Children can have their picture made with Santa, and participate in holiday activities like a coloring contest, cookie decorating and Christmas crafts.  Light refreshments will be available during the open house event.

"The new office in the Lyerly Medical Pavilion is on the first floor with easy access.  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," officials said.

Max Bryant, M.D.; Richard Carroll, M.D.; Elizabeth Carter, M.D.; Tonia Cox, M.D.; Alicia Daniels, M.D.; Trey Dyer, 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 welcoming new and established patients.

PDA Open House Santa
PDA Open House Santa


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