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Ballad Health Medical Associates

Pediatric Clinic – Greeneville

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Ballad Health Medical Associates - Greeneville
428 East Vann Rd.
Greeneville, TN 37743
(423) 278-1950
36.15124
-82.8439102

 

Family-focused pediatrics in Greeneville

At Greene Mountain Pediatrics, our team is driven to provide comprehensive care for all children – from infants to teens.

Our pediatricians and pediatric experts are here to help.

Caring for young people requires a specific approach. Our children's health experts bring compassionate expertise to the important job of caring for your family.

Our pediatric services

Greene Mountain Pediatrics offers a full range of care for pediatric conditions in Greene County, including:

  • Routine checkups – including well-child care – to ensure that your kids stay healthy
  • All age-appropriate immunizations to protect your child from preventable diseases
  • School and sport physicals to help your child meet necessary requirements
  • Sick visits to diagnose any issue and prescribe treatment quickly
  • A team of experts to detect and manage chronic health issues, such as asthma, diabetes, weight issues, ADHD and more

As part of Ballad Health, we also provide your family with seamless access to the region’s top facilities, including Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

Niswonger offers dedicated children’s services, pediatric specialists and health resources.

Kids First Pediatrics patients

Please note that Kids First Pediatrics has been consolidated into Greene Mountain Pediatrics. You can now visit our office for all of your pediatric needs!

Clinic hours

We are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Make an appointment for your child

To schedule an appointment or learn more about Greene Mountain Pediatrics, contact us at (423) 278-1950.

 

What's New

Friday, July 30, 2021

Rising COVID-19 rates, Delta variant spread prompt Ballad Health to extend vaccination efforts

As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases surge across the Appalachian Highlands, Ballad Health is ramping up efforts to protect community members through vaccinations. ... read more about Rising COVID-19 rates, Delta variant spread prompt Ballad Health to extend vaccination efforts.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

State of Tennessee Survey Gives High Marks to Region’s Level I Trauma Program

Report by survey team finds zero deficiencies for trauma program at Johnson City Medical Center. Issues Level I Trauma Center Reverification July 14 ... read more about State of Tennessee Survey Gives High Marks to Region’s Level I Trauma Program.

Friday, July 23, 2021

Ballad Health hosts first United States clinical trials of CGuard Embolic Protection System

Ballad Health CVA Heart Institute cardiologist, Dr. Chris Metzger, leads national study on the effectiveness of the CGuard system developed by InspireMD ... read more about Ballad Health hosts first United States clinical trials of CGuard Embolic Protection System.

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What's New

Friday, July 30, 2021

Rising COVID-19 rates, Delta variant spread prompt Ballad Health to extend vaccination efforts

As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases surge across the Appalachian Highlands, Ballad Health is ramping up efforts to protect community members through vaccinations. ... read more about Rising COVID-19 rates, Delta variant spread prompt Ballad Health to extend vaccination efforts.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

State of Tennessee Survey Gives High Marks to Region’s Level I Trauma Program

Report by survey team finds zero deficiencies for trauma program at Johnson City Medical Center. Issues Level I Trauma Center Reverification July 14 ... read more about State of Tennessee Survey Gives High Marks to Region’s Level I Trauma Program.

Friday, July 23, 2021

Ballad Health hosts first United States clinical trials of CGuard Embolic Protection System

Ballad Health CVA Heart Institute cardiologist, Dr. Chris Metzger, leads national study on the effectiveness of the CGuard system developed by InspireMD ... read more about Ballad Health hosts first United States clinical trials of CGuard Embolic Protection System.