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Important Information on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Premier Medical Group now offers Virtual Visits, expanding your access to care.

With the health and safety of everyone in mind, virtual visits become a welcomed option in place of your traditional in-office visit. 

A virtual visit is conducted using your smartphone, tablet or computer and enables you and your doctor to see each other in a secure environment. Relax in the comfort and convenience of home while receiving the quality care you expect. 

While not all types of medical appointments qualify, virtual visits can be used for management of a wide variety of needs including chronic illnesses. To learn more about virtual visits, read our Frequently Asked Questions, call us at 931-245-7000 or send a message to us via your patient portal. 

* If you already have a scheduled in-office appointment, your physician’s staff may contact you to determine if it can be converted to a virtual visit. 

Important Information on the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

UPDATED March 21, 2020 

As of Friday, March 20, Premier Medical Group staff began front door screenings for everyone entering our clinics. After answering a few questions and symptom evaluation, patients are directed to their next destination – a well patient waiting room, a sick patient waiting room, or back to their vehicles if COVID-19 testing is deemed necessary. Sample collection will be done curbside.

Sample collection for COVID-19 is done only for those who meet the criteria recommended by the CDC.

Patients experiencing fever, cough or shortness of breath should NOT GO TO THE CLINIC, but contact their doctor first at 931-245-7000, or patient portal or click here for instructions.

For patients who do come to the clinic, please do not bring nonessential visitors with you.

For those patients who are told to self-isolate, learn how to care for yourself here.

As always, if you think you are experiencing a life-threatening event, call 911 immediately.

Prevention is the best defense

• Wash hands with soap and water. Avoid touching your face.

• Avoid people who are ill. Stay home if you are sick.

• Cover your cough or sneeze.

• Clean and disinfect surfaces that are touched frequently.

• Avoid non-essential travel.

For more information, visit or

or call the Tennessee Department of Health information hotline 877-857-2945.

What to do if you are sick.

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