CHI Memorial Center For Healthy Aging Opens At Alexian Village; Geriatrician Alycia Cleinman, M.D. Joins Care Team At Alexian Village

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging is expanding and opening its second location.  The new clinic is at Alexian Village skilled nursing facility on Signal Mountain (formerly CHI Memorial Internal Medicine Associates - Signal Mountain).  Alycia Cleinman, M.D., geriatrician, is the medical director for the Center for Healthy Aging.

Dr. Cleinman is also joining the care team at Alexian Village skilled nursing facility, providing healthcare to residents of the village and the community.  Dr. Cleinman is an internal medicine physician with CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging.  She is fellowship trained and board-certified in geriatric medicine. 

"CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging specializes in geriatric medicine providing quality health care that helps adults remain healthy and active as they age," officials said. "Providers focus on managing and treating complex age-related conditions including memory loss, fall and balance issues, and dementia-related behavioral problems, as well as primary care and social services to offer support to the whole family and provide access to community resources at the appropriate time." 
 
CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging has three locations. Along with Dr. Cleinman, Maggie Greene, FNP-BC, and Brittany Murphy, NP, will treat people at Alexian Village.  The office is located at 437 Alexian Way in Signal Mountain.  Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  For more information, call 423-682-8150. 

The Chattanooga office is located on the CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga campus, Memorial Missionary Ridge Medical Tower, 725 Glenwood Dr., Suite E-786 in Chattanooga.  Office hours at this location are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Monday - Thursday, and 7:30 a.m.-noon on Friday.  Dr. Cleinman is currently accepting new patients age 55 and up. 

The Boynton office is located at Boynton Terrace Apartments, next to the community room, at 957 Boynton Dr. in Chattanooga.  All local residents age 65 and up are accepted.  Office hours at this location are 8 a.m.-3 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.  

For more information, or to schedule an appointment at any location of CHI Memorial Center for Healthy Aging, call 423-682-8150.


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