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Jellico Community Hospital and the Care Plus Center of Williamsburg have announced the arrival of cardiologist Todd Justice, M.D. to the area. Justice is a multi-boarded and fellowship-trained interventional cardiologist with Parkway Cardiology Associates and Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. His practice will be located in the Care Plus Center off Highway 25W in Williamsburg. New patients are now being accepted.
Dr. Justice received his medical degree from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and then went on to complete a cardiology fellowship at Kentucky. A second fellowship in interventional cardiology was completed at the Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Texas. He holds three board-certifications in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology.
“This is an exciting initiative and am I eager to become a part of this community,” said Dr. Justice. “I want patients to feel confident not only in the quality of the clinical care they will receive — but also in the level of personal service they should expect. I believe the field of medicine, and heart care in particular, is about building relationships that last a lifetime.”
The Williamsburg Cardiology Clinic is now accepting new patients. Additional physician capacity is planned as the demand for cardiology services increases. Physicians and residents are encouraged to call for more information or to schedule an appointment or referral. The clinic’s toll-free number is 1-800-827-5929.
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