The Chattanooga Heart Institute Opens 7th Location

Friday, July 6, 2018

The Chattanooga Heart Institute at CHI Memorial announces the opening of its new office at the Atrium Medical Center, 1949 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 300 in Chattanooga. 

“As we continue our mission to provide high quality heart care in locations convenient to our patients, we’ve opened the Atrium office to offer easier access to people in that area.  We now have seven offices – two in Chattanooga, one in Hixson, Cleveland, Ooltewah and Jasper, Tn., as well as one in Ringgold, Ga.

,” says Paul Farmer, president, The Chattanooga Heart Institute. 
 
Allen Atchley, MD, FACC; Lisa Carkner, MD, FACC; Philip Lehman, MD, MPP; Ondrej Lisy, MD, PhD, FACC; James Marcum, MD, FACC; Vimal Ramjee, MD, FACC; William Warren, MD, FACC; and Josue Mendoza, advanced clinical practitioner, are seeing patients at the Atrium, in addition to the offices at CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga and in Cleveland.  To schedule an appointment at any location,  call 423-697-2000.




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