Guru Medam, M.D. Joins CHI Memorial Medical Group

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Guru Medam, M.D.
Guru Medam, M.D.

CHI Memorial Medical Group announces Guru Medam, M.D. has joined CHI Memorial Internal Medicine Associates – Chattanooga.  

Dr. Medam received his medical degree from Dr.NRT University of Health Sciences in Andhra Pradesh, India and a masters in sports medicine from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Ga.  He completed his internship at Kurnool General Hospital in Kurnool, India and a residency in family medicine at University of Alabama Birmingham in Huntsville.  Dr. Medam is board certified by the American Academy of Family Practitioners.  He is multi-lingual with fluency in English, Telugu and Hindi. 

“We look forward to Dr. Medam joining this team of wonderful doctors and helping our community develop and maintain healthy habits that contribute to a healthier community,” says Glyn Hughes, president, Mountain Management. 

Dr. Medam joins Liezelle Jurgens, M.D., Christine Parker, M.D. and Susie Lynch, FNP-C, at CHI Memorial Internal Medicine Associates – Chattanooga.  The office is at 725 Glenwood Dr., Suite 788.  Office hours are Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–4:30 p.m.  

Dr. Medam welcomes new patients.  To schedule an appointment, or for more information, call 495-3940.

 


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