Tennessee Heart’s Jamestown Clinic Relocating July 1

Submitted on: Friday, June 24, 2016
Tennessee Heart’s Jamestown Clinic Relocating July 1

Tennessee Heart will be relocating to a new clinic location in Jamestown as of July 1. Currently located at 208 West Central Avenue, the clinic is moving to 114 North Duncan Street, beside the hospital.

Tennessee Heart is based in Cookeville with cardiologists visiting Jamestown each week on Thursday to see patients.  Patients in the Fentress County area have the convenience of seeing a Cookeville cardiologist in Jamestown instead of traveling to Cookeville for every visit.

Tennessee Heart cardiologists currently seeing patients in Jamestown are Mariano Battaglia, M.D.; Alex Case, M.D.; Tim Fournet, M.D.; Scott Reising, M.D. and Gary Reynolds, M.D.

Currently staffed with ten cardiologists and one electrophysiologist (heart rhythm specialist), Tennessee Heart originally opened in Cookeville in 1994 and has a patient base consisting of people from counties throughout the Upper Cumberland and southern Kentucky. 

Establishing clinics in outlying areas surrounding Cookeville is a natural expansion for the group and for Cookeville Regional Medical Center.

“One of our initiatives in the past couple of years has been to improve access for our patients. To do that, we have focused on the development of new outreach clinics so that we can see our patients where they live rather than them having to drive all the way to Cookeville to see us for an office visit,” said Tim Fournet, MD, cardiologist with Tennessee Heart and CRMC. “It’s just more convenient for the patient. We’re proud to say that we have seven outreach clinics across the Upper Cumberland and southern Kentucky.”

In addition to the main office in Cookeville and the clinic in Jamestown, Tennessee Heart also has outreach clinics in Sparta, Crossville, Fairfield Glade, Livingston, Celina and Albany, Kentucky.

The physicians at Tennessee Heart are on the medical staff at Cookeville Regional Medical Center and provide services through the Heart and Vascular Center at Cookeville Regional.  To contact Tennessee Heart, call 931-372-0405 or 888-391-0048.

Since 1994 The Heart and Vascular Center at Cookeville Regional has provided much needed cardiac and vascular services in the Upper Cumberland.  Since its opening, the Center has grown and expanded to include not only comprehensive diagnostic tests and treatments but also interventional procedures such as angioplasty, stent placement, pacemakers, electrophysiology and arrhythmia procedures, implantable cardioverter defibrillator implantation and cardiothoracic surgery (including beating heart, minimally invasive heart surgeries as well as heart valve repair and replacement).  Some of the most common vascular conditions treated are aortic aneurysm, carotid artery disease and peripheral artery disease.  Boasting a well trained medical staff specializing in treating heart and vascular conditions, The Heart and Vascular Center at Cookeville Regional is staffed by board certified cardiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiothoracic surgeons and cardiothoracic anesthesiologists who are supported by a team of healthcare professionals who are specifically trained in the field of cardiac and vascular care.





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