Open on Saturday Starting August 20th!
Sarah Elliott is a board-certified pediatric primary care nurse practitioner. Before becoming a PNP-PC Sarah worked as a nurse for six years in the newborn intensive care unit (NICU) and labor and delivery. Sarah is a wife and mother to two girls. She has always had a heart for women and children and feels fortunate to have been able to build a career that she is passionate about.
Maggie is a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. After traveling the globe volunteering with humanitarian organizations, Maggie decided she wanted to be more active in the medical side of humanitarian work and settled back in Middle Tennessee to earn her CMA certification. Being a wife and mother of four children herself, she loves being able to support other parents in her hometown in the care of their children. When she's not in the clinic, you can find her buried in a good book or exploring the great outdoors with her family.
Jessica fell in love with Tennessee after moving here in 2017. After completing her first children's book in 2019, she realized she wanted a more active role with the children in the community. Jessica is committed to being the gentle and bright presence that every pediatrics office needs. When she is not behind the front desk, you can find her exploring nature, along with her husband and her service dog Henry.
Henry is Jessica's cardiac service dog and will be sitting with her at the front desk. He LOVES kids and if you ask Jessica she is happy to give him the ok so your children can love on him. In addition to being a hardworking service dog Henry is also instagram famous, you can check him out @kinghenryofnashville. He is also the main character in the book Henry the Helper which was written by Jessica as a children's book to educate kids about service dogs. In his spare time Henry loves playing with other pups and spending time outdoors. He can't wait to meet you and your family!
Pediatric office in Thompson's Station offering well visits, sick visits, same day appointments, sports physicals, and medical grade ear piercing.