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. Elizabeth Turner Other

Rheumatologist | Rheumatology

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979 E 3rd St Suite C-535 Chattanooga TN, 37403
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Dr. Elizabeth Turner is a rheumatologist practicing in Chattanooga, TN. Dr. Turner specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and systematic autoimmune conditions that can affect the bones, muscles or bones. Eventually, if not treated, these illnesses can also impact the skin, eyes, nervous system and internal organs. Dr. Turner treats diseases similar to orthopedists but does not perform surgery. Often times, research is conducted to find potential alternatives for the patients illness.

Education and Training

East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine 1996

Provider Details

Female English

Residency

  • E Tenn State University
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center Program

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. Elizabeth Turner Other's Practice location

Practice At 979 E 3rd St Suite B-805

979 E 3rd St -
Chattanooga, TN 37403
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New patients: 423-778-9101, 423-778-4396
Fax: 423-778-4397

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