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Best Medical Clinic in Carroll County
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Best Medical Clinic in Carroll County

McKenzie Medical Center (MMC) is excited to announce it has received the McKenzie Banner’s award for Best Medical Center. We are honored to have been chosen by the people in our community for this recognition. Here at MMC we strive to provide quality service to our patients – treating them as we would our own...

Dresden Clinic Participates in Career Day
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Dresden Clinic Participates in Career Day

The Dresden Clinic participated in the Dresden Middle School career day on Friday, March 23rd. Dr. Khumalo, a Board Certified Podiatrist and his nurses: Kim Rea and Courtney Jones along with Dresden Clinic manager, Trish Bodine set up a booth at the career day to hand out information about podiatry. They also answered a lot of...

MMC Announced as Title Sponsor for Tennessee’s Newest Triathlon
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MMC Announced as Title Sponsor for Tennessee’s Newest Triathlon

McKenzie Medical Center partners with Carroll County’s Dixie Triathlon McKenzie Medical Center (MMC) has committed to the title sponsorship of the inaugural Dixie Triathlon, the newest race to the Tennessee triathlon calendar. The title sponsorship announcement was made by Joe Fleenor, owner and race director of Above The Fold Events & Sport Promotions, and Dr....

The Boom of Hepatitis C in Baby Boomers
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The Boom of Hepatitis C in Baby Boomers

What do Aerosmith front man – Steven Tyler, country singer – Naomi Judd and actor – Ken Wantanabe all have in common? They are all Baby Boomers (born between 1945-1965) and they have all been treated for Hepatitis C. Hepatitis C (Hep C) is a serious, blood-borne disease that is affects millions but it is...

McKenzie Medical Center Offers a Unified Approach to Opiate Addiction
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McKenzie Medical Center Offers a Unified Approach to Opiate Addiction

“This program has allowed me to spend more time with my children and be the parent I want to be. It has given me my life back.” One McKenzie Medical Center (MMC) patient commented. “This disease should be managed like any other medical diagnosis….treating the person with dignity, respect and compassion. This is the approach...