Looking for the right doctor?
Are you looking for the best doctor in your town? Did you just move to Rutherford County and need a primary care physician, pediatrician or specialist?
Are you a Doctor?
Our network of over 300 physicians is focused on your family’s health—therefore we hold each other accountable through an extensive credentialing process.
Providing you the best preventative care possible is important to us and
we’re here to help you connect with just the right medical professional.
Our network of over 300 physicians is focused on your family’s health.
So if you’ve just moved to Rutherford County or you just need a new
primary care physician, pediatrician or specialist we can help you
find the best doctor suited to your needs.
We also partner with trusted insurance carriers to ensure you receive the highest quality and affordable health insurance possible. Individual brokers, such as Continental Health Alliance, assist you with the ever complicated task of choosing the right health plan.
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Several of Rutherford’s Best Doctors have become Patient Centered Medical Home Certified, and practice managers met last week to accept these certifications on their practice’s behalf.>> Read More…
Continental Healthcare Alliance, an insurance partner of Stones River Regional Independent Physicians Association, now offers healthcare plans that can be customized to fit varying needs, all with an eye toward providing you and your family an affordable healthcare plan that works.
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From independent insurance brokers to local laboratories, our unique network of partners makes health care easy.
Q. What information should I bring with me to a doctor visit?
A. Bring your insurance cards, names and phone numbers of any other doctors you are currently seeing, the name of the pharmacy you use and your medical records if your doctor does not have them.
Q. What should I mention when I describe a symptom to my doctor?
A. Describe what the symptom is, the degree of pain, etc, when it began, when it occurs, how long it lasts, how often you have it, and anything that makes it worse or better. Try to be as detailed and accurate as possible.
Q. What can I do to make the best use of my time with the doctor?
A. List your concerns and questions by importance and talk about the most important items first. Make sure to discuss what is bothering you, when the symptoms began, how often they occur and if they are getting better or worse.
Q. What should I include in my plan before going to the doctor?
A. Plan a complete list of your symptoms, medications, habits, family history, previous health issues, any assistive devices you may use and life changes.
Part of Stones River Regional Independent Physicians Association
1370 Gateway Blvd., Ste 130
Murfreesboro, TN 37129