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Important COVID-19 Update for Tennessee Pediatric Families

Starting Wednesday, March 25, we are temporarily suspending the weekday evening walk-in hours at Hendersonville, Edmondson Pike, and Thompson Station so that each of those offices will be open 8-5 Monday-Friday; weekend hours will be unchanged at the Hendersonville and Thompson’s Station locations, but are temporarily suspended at the Edmondson Pike location.

All of our offices are temporarily suspending weekday morning walk-ins until further notice. Murfreesboro’s weekend policy will remain the same.

These changes are on a temporary basis due to the coronavirus crisis. We will remain open 7 days per week to serve you.

Please click here for a letter from the Murfreesboro Providers

We provide primary care for infants, children, and teens in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, Thompson’s Station and Edmondson Pike. Each of our practices not only offers weekday appointments, but also provides care evenings and/or weekends, including walk-in hours, to make it even easier to access care for your child. Since we share your interest in getting a sick child well as quickly as possible, we will commit to see a sick child on the same day as your call.

At Tennessee Pediatrics, the health and safety of our patients and their families is our number one priority, especially in this time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Our offices will continue to be open for our regular hours 7 days a week to provide both well child checkups as well as sick visits.

In response to the pandemic, Tennessee Pediatrics is closely monitoring the guidance and recommendations from the CDC, American Academy of Pediatrics, and Tennessee Department of Health.

We also want you to know that we are taking multiple protective measures at all our offices.  These include:

              -enhanced cleaning measures

              -increased separation of well and sick visits, both by time of day for appointments and by physical spacing within the office

              -phasing in changes to our check-in and check-out procedures to minimize or eliminate wait times in our waiting rooms, and

              -where possible, separate entrances and exits for well and sick patients.

We will continue to develop additional plans as recommendations evolve, so please stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for further details.

Our Mission

Tennessee Pediatrics’ certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners take great pride in offering the highest levels of comprehensive and quality care to every patient that comes through our doors. By providing a personalized touch that helps build strong relationships, Tennessee Pediatrics will be the solid foundation for your healthcare needs from infancy to young adulthood.

We look forward to a long-term partnership in your child’s health. That’s why it’s especially important to us that you choose the provider who is the best fit for your family. We invite both expectant parents and newcomers to schedule interviews with our providers, free of charge. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to visit the practice and meet everyone before your child ever needs.

At Tennessee Pediatrics, our most important job is to remember that we take care of children. We want our young patients to look forward to visiting us as much as we look forward to seeing them. We strive to provide child-friendly, exceptional quality medical care in an environment that is inviting and comfortable for the entire family.

  • Comprehensive and Quality Care
  • Family Friendly Environment
  • Long-Term Partnership
  • Personalized Touches
  • Strong Relationships
  • Office Hours That Make Access to Care Easier


Tennessee Pediatrics is a trusted and established name in the community. Our services are designed to ensure the healthy development of each child:

  • Prenatal interviews and office visits for expectant parents
  • Hospital care for newborns
  • High quality and comprehensive care during regularly scheduled well check examinations
  • Timely administration of immunizations against common illnesses
  • Screening for health conditions
  • Monitoring growth and development from infancy to adulthood
  • Maintaining medical records for school, sports, and camp forms
  • Counseling parents on nutrition, safety, and other important topics
  • Evaluating child readiness for school
  • Information and discussion of educational, developmental, and behavioral concerns
  • Diagnosing and managing acute and chronic illnesses


  • The doctors and staff at Tennessee Pediatrics are the best. They always are so kind when my kids aren't feeling well. They have a way to make us feel welcome and we always leave feeling better.

    Michael P.
  • I enjoy bringing my child to our clinic because the office is brightly decorated with fun and exciting colors and pictures. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The doctors seem to really care for my child's well-being.

    Meagan M.
  • I love that the doctors take time with my children at their visit! We never feel rushed.

    Angela A.
  • The clinic is easily accessible from my home and clean. The doctors are helpful and make me feel knowledgeable about my child's symptoms and treatments. The staff takes great care of me and my children.

    Amy A.