Welcome Shelly Lewis, MD, FACOG

Posted on July 6, 2022

We’re proud to welcome Shelly Lewis, MD, FACOG to our Ob/Gyn team! Dr. Lewis will care for patients at our Sevierville office at LeConte Medical Center.

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Welcome Paul Nieves, DO, ACOOG, CCD, NCMP

Posted on January 11, 2022

We’re proud to welcome board-certified OBGYN Paul Nieves, DO, ACOOG, CCD, NCMP to our medical team in Sevierville, TN. Learn more.

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Welcome Matthew Bridges, MD

Posted on November 3, 2021

We’re proud to welcome surgeon, Matthew Bridges, MD, to our healthcare team. Dr. Bridges will care for patients at LeConte Medical Center.

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Welcome David Robins, DO

Posted on March 4, 2021

We are proud to welcome board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Robins to our medical team in Sevierville, TN! Learn more about him.

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Welcome Lorrie Tate, NP

Posted on December 31, 2018

LeConte Cardiology Associates is proud to welcome nurse practitioner Lorrie Tate, NP to our heart care team. Learn more about Lorrie.

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Interim Hospital Leaders Named to Permanent Administrative Positions

Posted on August 28, 2017

Covenant Health has announced that four senior leaders serving in interim hospital administrative roles will assume permanent leadership roles at those facilities. Effective immediately, Gaye Jolly, acting CAO at LeConte Medical Center, has been named the hospital’s President and Chief Administrative Officer. Jolly has served since 2012 as President and Chief Administrative Officer at Roane […]

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Evening of Elegance

Posted on August 12, 2017

The Dr. Robert F. Thomas Foundation presents the 28th annual Evening of Elegance, “A Mountain Awakening,” ball and auction to benefit LeConte Medical Center and the health care needs of Sevier County. Call 865-446-9628 for tickets and sponsorship information.

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LeConte Cardiac Rehab Helps Ron Rowe Enjoy Life

Posted on April 28, 2016

Ron Rowe, 71, is an energetic, youthful senior who can still hit an inside-the-park homer, climb a tree with a chainsaw in hand, and chase the great grandkids.

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