Orange Grove Center Welcomes Dr. Robert Boehm As Medical Director

Friday, June 26, 2020

Orange Grove Center announces Dr. Robert Boehm as the Health Care Clinic’s medical director.

Dr. Boehm graduated from University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2000, and he completed an internship and a residency at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville in 2004. Dr. Boehm has practiced as a hospitalist for 10 years and in primary care for five years.

The August McCravey Health Care Clinic is a full service primary care clinic that provides treatment utilizing the Patient-Centered Medical Home model to any adult who chooses to make the clinic his or her primary care home. All services and procedures are rendered by professionals attuned to the cognitive, social, emotional and behavioral nuances of individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.


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Breaking News

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