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West Tennessee Medical Group

When you’re in need of medical care, you don’t want to have to travel long distances to get the services you need. With locations across west Tennessee, West Tennessee Medical Group ensures you don’t have to.

A Full Spectrum of Medical Care

West Tennessee Medical Group, part of West Tennessee Healthcare, is a multi-specialty group practice serving the healthcare needs of west Tennesseans. With nearly 200 physicians and advanced practice providers spread across more than 30 locations, you’re able to receive the high-quality medical care you need, close to home.

A Full Team of Providers

This includes both primary care, with a full team of providers offering both preventive medical care and care for chronic and acute medical conditions, as well as specialty care for a variety of medical conditions. Our team of medical providers uses their expertise and experience to improve your overall health. No matter your needs, we work to serve you, as well as educate you about how to make healthy choices for yourself and your family.

Managing your health should be easy. At West Tennessee Medical Group, we provide you secure, quick access to your medical records and a safe, private way to contact your healthcare provider through MyChart.

West Tennessee’s First Choice for Medical Care

You can always have peace of mind in knowing that the care you need is easily accessible. No matter your medical issue, West Tennessee Medical Group features physicians and other medical providers with the specialized expertise you need.

What's New

News

Buffy Cook, MD, Joins West Tennessee Medical Group

JACKSON, TN (April 25, 2022) – West Tennessee Healthcare recently welcomed Buffy Cook, MD, to his new medical practice at West Tennessee Medical Group Primary Care – Thomsen Farms. He is accepting new patients at his office at 1270 Union...
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Blog

Stop That Drip! The Causes of a Runny Nose

Who hasn’t had a runny nose? Getting a dripping or “runny” nose in the cold or when you have a cold, the flu or allergies is common. No matter how many times you blow your nose, the watery mucus continues...
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