CHI Memorial Integrative Medicine Associates Expands To Signal Mountain

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

CHI Memorial Integrative Medicine Associates is expanding and opening its second location.  The new clinic is on Signal Mountain,1238 Taft Highway, Suite 170 (formerly CHI Memorial Internal Medicine Associates - Signal Mountain).
 
Jeffrey Jump, M.D., Mary McKenzie, D.O. and Jordan Kim, M.D., will be joined by Franklin Baker, PA-C and Amber Smith, MSN, APRN, AANP at the Signal Mountain location.  They will work with the location’s current clinicians, Sheena Cox, NP and Maggie Greene, FNP-BC.  All clinicians welcome patients ages five and up.
 
“CHI Memorial has been committed to the Signal Mountain community for more than 20 years,” says Glyn Hughes, president, CHI Memorial Medical Group.  “Drs.
Jump, McKenzie and Kim, and our advanced practice clinicians are great additions to this community and look forward to partnering with residents as they work together to create a healthier community.”
 
"The practice defines ‘integrative medicine’ as healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person, including all aspects of lifestyle," officials said.  "It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship between the medical provider and patient, is informed by evidence and makes use of all appropriate therapies.
 
Call 423-886-2004 to schedule an appointment.

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