Dr. Katherine Tun Opening Pediatric Practice In Ooltewah

Sunday, May 29, 2011
Back row, left to right, are Robert Roberts of Strauss Company Construction, Jonathan Tun, Dr. Tun, Don Sells of Frank McDonald Architects and Chris Finch of Regions Bank. In front are the Tun children. Click to enlarge.
Back row, left to right, are Robert Roberts of Strauss Company Construction, Jonathan Tun, Dr. Tun, Don Sells of Frank McDonald Architects and Chris Finch of Regions Bank. In front are the Tun children. Click to enlarge.

Dr. Katherine Tun, pediatrician, held a ground-breaking ceremony Friday for a new construction pediatric practice, Front Porch Pediatrics, PLLC.

It is positioned to be the first pediatric medical practice in Ooltewah and is located at 6847 Mountain View Road.

Dr. Tun is American Board of Pediatrics board-certified and has been in private practice for 10 years.

She was previously in practice with Dr. Minnie Vance on McCallie Avenue in Chattanooga for seven years.

Target date for the grand opening of Front Porch Pediatrics is the first week of November.


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