Chattanooga Ear Nose And Throat Moves To 901 Riverfront Parkway

Friday, November 16, 2018

Chattanooga Ear Nose and Throat Associates, PC announced its move downtown to 901 Riverfront Parkway on Monday.


The group, consisting of Dr. Jack Greer, Dr.

David Armstrong, Dr. Peter Sabatini, Haven Howard, PA-C and Taylor Tucker, MSN, NP-C, anticipate that this change will ensure easy accessibility and parking to all patients.


“Our entire office is very enthusiastic about this move,” said Dr. Greer, president and managing partner of the practice. “We continually strive to create the best possible experience for our patients-- from the parking lot to the waiting area to the examination rooms. The center’s space and quality design allow us to craft the perfect atmosphere for our patients.”


The locally-owned and managed 901 Riverfront Parkway is right at the heart of downtown Chattanooga’s business district, with great views of the Tennessee River. Chattanooga Ear Nose & Throat will be on the third floor. Amenities include parking, excellent visibility and customization availability.


Chattanooga Ear Nose and Throat Associates has been serving the Chattanooga and North Georgia region for nearly half a century. It started when founder Dr. Robert Bowers saw the need for ear, nose and throat specialists locally and opened up the practice at CHI Memorial Hospital. Since then, the group has grown to include five specialists and 20 administrative staff.


The specialists at Chattanooga Ear Nose and Throat treat patients, both adult and pediatric, with ear and sinus infections, tonsil and adenoid problems, sleep apnea and snoring, hearing loss, skin cancer of the head and neck, thyroid disorders, cosmetic and functional rhinoplasty and allergy, among many other general ENT disorders.


“The 901 Riverfront Parkway is a brand new development that offers fantastic river views and hard-to-find custom office and medical space in the heart of the city,” said Bob Elliott, Noon Development president. “We are thrilled Chattanooga Ear Nose and Throat Associates is joining in our venture.”


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