Sweet-Tasting, Foot-Tapping Fun!

Posted on April 29, 2019

Sweets and Beats Coming Soon Join the Dr. Robert F. Thomas Foundation at The Island in Pigeon Forge for “Sweets and Beats,” a dessert and music festival featuring sweet treats, local flavors and live music on Saturday May 11, from 5-8 p.m. The event invites local restaurateurs to bring their best desserts for visitors to […]

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Celebrating Laboratory Professionals Week

Posted on April 25, 2019

  April 21-27 is the annual ASCP Medical Laboratory Professionals Week.       For those of you unfamiliar, ASCP is the American Society for Clinical Pathology and it is the licensing  body which holds lab personal to rigorous  standards. Laboratory science is constantly changing and  improving and as it does maintaining an ASCP certification requires […]

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LeConte Medical Center’s Oldest Volunteer

Posted on April 12, 2019

Meet David Barber, LeConte Medical Center’s oldest active volunteer. He will proudly tell you that he is 97 years old. He is still living life to the fullest by actively volunteering at LeConte Medical Center four days a week. He reports that he has not missed more than a week total during his nine years […]

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Welcome Lorrie Tate, NP

Posted on December 31, 2018

LeConte Cardiology Associates is proud to welcome nurse practitioner Lorrie Tate, NP to our heart care team. Learn more about Lorrie.

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Interim Hospital Leaders Named to Permanent Administrative Positions

Posted on September 1, 2017

Effective immediately, Gaye Jolly, acting CAO at LeConte Medical Center, has been named the hospital’s President and Chief Administrative Officer. Jolly has served since 2012 as President and Chief Administrative Officer at Roane Medical Center. Prior to becoming a hospital administrator, Jolly was Covenant Health’s Vice President of Supply Chain Management, and also has had […]

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LeConte Cardiac Rehab Helps Ron Rowe Enjoy Life

Posted on April 28, 2016

Ron Rowe, 71, is an energetic, youthful senior who can still hit an inside-the-park homer, climb a tree with a chainsaw in hand, and chase the great grandkids.

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