Congratulations on your Match!

We are so pleased our CORE STUDENTS matched into their specialty of choice. Congratulations! We are proud to be part of your journey.

2021 White Coat Ceremony

From Left to Right: Katherine SullivanGeneral Surgery, Brittany ZellerFamily Medicine, Joseph WeigoldInternal Medicine, Michael ZornesGeneral Surgery, Spencer RhodesEmergency Medicine, Andrew JamesFamily Medicine, Oluwaseun OlusanyaGeneral Surgery, and Megan TuttleInternal Medicine


Meet our New Student Doctors


Student Doctors (4th years)

Our 2020-2021 core 4th year students.

From Left to Right Back Row:
Blake Sanders & Chandler Smith | William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hunter Crouse & Tim Clark | Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

From Left to Right Front Row:
Kelsey Blundell, Amber Oliver, Kayla Hamdan, & Allison Breda | Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine


Preceptor of the Year Highlight

2020-2021 | Dr. Scott Whitby, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Student Doctor Highlights

Kelsey Blundell is a fourth year osteopathic medical student at LMU-DCOM. She is originally from Murfreesboro, TN and for undergraduate studies majored in Biochemistry at The University of Memphis.

She is applying to Family Medicine residency programs that will further her training and career opportunities. Ultimately, she has long term goals of working, residing, and raising a family in a small rural community.

 

Kelsey Blundell’s abstract was selected to participate in the American College of Osteopathic Internist Student Poster Contest October 2021.
Student Doctor Kelsey Blundell’s Recent Tennessee Osteopathic Medicine Association Talk in September 2021.
iFly training course from Vanderbilt LifeFlight

About the Community

Learn more about Paris, TN and all the jewels it has to offer. Paris is a growing city with a four-phased economy of agriculture, tourism, industry and retail trade. Located mid-way between Nashville and Memphis, Paris is the Southern Gateway to the Land-Between-the-Lakes National Outdoor Area. Paris is the home of the “World’s Biggest Fish Fry”, which is held the last full week of April each year to focus attention on Kentucky Lake and the many recreational and tourist facilities it has to offer. Henry County Medical Center is the largest employer in the county and the medical hub for this area.


Contact Information

To arrange a site visit or for any questions you may have, please contact:

Office of Graduate Medical Education
Gina Matlock, Medical Student Coordinator

Henry County Medical Center
301 Tyson Avenue
Paris, Tennessee  38242
Office:  731-644-8253
Fax:  731-644-9588
glmatlock@hcmc-tn.org