Physicians Care East Ridge Welcomes New Nurse Practitioner

Monday, July 13, 2020
Erin Fesmire
Erin Fesmire

Physicians Care walk-in urgent care welcomes nurse practitioner Erin Fesmire to the healthcare team in East Ridge.

Ms. Fesmire earned a Master of Science in Nursing from UTC. Her previous experience includes four years in the coronary critical care unit at Erlanger Health System.

“Erin’s experience with critical care patients will make her a valuable asset for our patients in East Ridge and we look forward to welcoming her to our team,” said Ellis Harris, division vice president, Physicians Care.

Physicians Care – East Ridge is at 403 McBrien Road, near East Ridge Theater. Please visit PhyCare.net for hours of operation.

Walk-ins are welcome or for added convenience, schedule a same or next day visit online with Hold My Spot or plan a Telemedicine visit.

 


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