Our internal medicine practice is focused on delivering the highest quality medical care for our adult patients.

We believe that open and honest communication, patient education, and a strong commitment to excellent health are the foundation for a successful patient-physician relationship.

Faculty Internal Medicine, PLLC, is proud to be a community-based internal medicine private practice in Knoxville, Tennessee. All of our physicians have admitting privileges at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Most of our physicians have an academic appointment with the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine and spend a portion of their time teaching medical students and resident physicians.

We share that expertise with our patients through our private practice offices in West Knoxville and North Knoxville. Our group consists of seven board-certified (ABIM) internal medicine doctors, including one geriatrician. We also have one nurse practitioner.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Turkey Creek
Faculty Internal Medicine at Turkey Creek
Parkside Medical Plaza,
11440 Parkside Drive, Suite 302
Knoxville TN 37934

Phone:  865-218-9220
Fax:       865-218-3331

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Cherokee Mills
Faculty Internal Medicine at Cherokee Mills
2250 Sutherland Avenue, Suite 121
Knoxville TN 37919

Phone:  865-218-9220
Fax:       865-218-3330

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Faculty Internal Medicine (Medical Records Requests)

Faculty Internal Medicine has partnered with Acton Corporation to help provide quality patient care in our office and timely response to your medical records request.

Once you have completed and submitted the patient consent form in the link provided, Acton will process your request within 48 hours.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call Acton: (205)-408-6030.

There are fees (minimal) for copies of records based on labor costs and supplies only.

https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-individuals/right-to-access/index.html

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COVID ALERT

Our patient’s health continues to be of utmost importance.  In order to reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 transmission, we will be requiring all patients to wear a facial covering when they come into the office.

Due to a limited supply of masks, you will be required to provide your own facial covering. Facial covering may include homemade cloth face masks or medical masks as long as they cover both your nose and mouth.

We will only allow patients with scheduled appointments in our office until further notice.

We hope you continue to stay healthy and remember the physicians and staff of Faculty Internal Medicine are here to help.  Your health will always be our top priority.