• Now accepting new patients

    Now accepting new patients

    Click here for a list of Summit physicians who are available to serve your health care needs today.

  • Need care now?

    Need care now?

    Summit Express Clinics are open seven days a week to treat coughs, colds, sprains and more.

    Click here for hours and locations.

  • Accepting new patients

    Accepting new patients

    Convenient locations opening in Knoxville, Maryville and Tellico Village this fall. Most major insurance plans accepted. Click here to learn more.

  • Make a Healthcare Decision for You and Your Family. Complete an Advance Directive.

    Make a Healthcare Decision for You and Your Family. Complete an Advance Directive.

    Summit offers classes on how you can get your house in order with Advance Directives.

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  • Make Sure Your Insurance Plan Includes Summit

    Make Sure Your Insurance Plan Includes Summit

    Know the plans that Summit accepts to make sure your provider is covered under your plan.

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  • Free Education Classes

    Free Education Classes

    Struggling With Diabetes? Need to Quit Smoking to Improve Your Health?

    Summit's FREE education classes can help.

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    Sign Up for FollowMyHealth

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What's Happening

Summit's FREE Health Education Classes Can Help You Learn to Live With Chronic Disease

Receiving a diagnosis of heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or diabetes is devastating, not only physically but emotionally and mentally.

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Summit Explains New Law to Fight Against Prescription Drug Abuse

Controlled Substance Law Begins April 1

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Summit Welcomes Three New Physicians

Dr. Glen Hall, Dr. Hasmukh Kanabar and Dr. Diane Petrilla.

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Summit Physician Talks Controlled Substance Monitoring

As of Monday, doctors prescribing painkillers are required to check their patient's history of using painkillers through a controlled substance monitoring database.

The new requirement is one of the changes in the Tennessee Prescription Safety Act that Gov. Bill Haslam signed into law in May 2012.

Dr. Anthony Wilson of UT Medical Center says doctors at his hospital have used the database for years. He says they have prevented abuse from happening.

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