Ribbon Cutting

CUTTING THE RIBBON — Trezevant residents and local community leaders gather November 7 at the recently opened Primary Care Clinic of Trezevant at 45 Hurt Street in Trezevant for grand opening celebrations and a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Trezevant’s newest addition, Primary Care Clinic, welcomed the public for grand opening celebrations and a ribbon cutting ceremony November 7 at the city-owned facility at 45 Hurt Street.

Co-owned by nurse practitioners Deborah Leggett and Kathy O’Connor-Wray, the new Primary Care Clinic of Trezevant opened for business on October 30 as the sister clinic of Primary Care Clinic of Jackson.

Heading up the Trezevant clinic is nurse practitioner Tammy Griffis-Hanik. Also on staff is medical assistant Jo Ann Daniels.

The clinic provides primary medical care for children and adults. Walk-in patients are welcome, though appointments can also be made.

The clinic accepts all major insurance plans, including all TennCare and Medicare plans.

Currently, the Trezevant location is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., though Trezevant patients are welcome to come to the Jackson office on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

“We may eventually expand our days and hours at the Trezevant clinic,” said Leggett. “We’ll just see how it goes.”

Community leaders and local residents came out for the grand opening to show their support and appreciation for, once again, having a medical care provider in Trezevant.

“We’re excited,” said Trezevant Mayor Dennis Mitchell. “This is something that our town needs.”

“We’re real proud of it,” said Alderman Bobby Blaylock. “My family has already made use of the clinic.”

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