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ETSU Health

East Tennessee State University

ETSU Health - FAQ

What is ETSU Health?

High-quality, accessible health care ensures that the strengths of our region – its people, institutions, and traditions – can thrive. With 30 clinical sites, almost 250 health care providers, and colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health and Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences, ETSU Health is on the front lines of efforts to improve the region’s health. Working with its wide range of regional partners, ETSU Health providers offer leading-edge health care in dozens of specialties.

They serve the region, with clinics in five counties with a commitment to caring for all citizens of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Our providers are experts in their fields and know the latest research and treatment approaches. With its emphasis on interprofessional education and care, ETSU Health is uniquely positioned to offer patients team-based care and a seamless experience.

ETSU Health is dedicated to providing greater access to care and delivery of services that will improve the health of the region.


Will I still be able to see my current provider?

Yes! All of our current ETSU Physicians providers, nurse-managed clinic providers, and other specialty clinic providers are part of ETSU Health, and you will have the same access to them that you have currently.


How do I find a clinic’s location?

All the clinics will remain in their current location. Clinic locations


How do I contact a specific provider/specialty office or make an appointment?

If you are a current patient of the practice, you may continue to call the same number you have used previously. If you are not a current patient of one of our practices, you may find a provider by utilizing our Find a Doctor tool.  University Physician and Associates patients may also send secure online messages to their current provider via Follow my Health at

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