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The Jackson Clinic is here for your entire family

The Jackson Clinic provides a wide range of primary care and specialty care services so we can care for the entire family close to home. To view all of our locations and specialists across the River Region, visit jacksonclinic.org.

AUDIOLOGY

Hearing aids, tinnitus relief, special testing, ear protection, BAHA

  • Michael Crouse, AUD

CARDIOLOGY

Nuclear medicine, echocardiograms, electrophysiology, defribillator/pacemaker placement, Holter monitors and GXIs, interventional procedures, leadless pacemakers, heart failure, atrial fibrillation

  • Tamjeed Arshad, MD
  • Ravi Boyella, MD
  • Howard Brazil, MD
  • Nelda Clark, CRNP
  • Haley Clifton, CRNP
  • Darryl Hamilton, MD
  • Christopher Ike, MD
  • Aileen Kelley, CRNP
  • Shyam Padman, MD
  • Jodie Shedd, CRNP
  • Andrea Steinbrink, CRNP
  • Beverly Stoudemire-Howlett, MD

CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY

Coronary artery bypass, heart valve repair, aneurysm repair, minimally invasive surgery

  • Stephen Kwan, MD

COLORECTAL SURGERY

Rectal cancer, polyps, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids

  • Valeria Bauer, MD

ENDOCRINOLOGY

Diabetes management, thyroid, adrenal and pituitary disorders, diabetic education

The endocrine system is a series of glands that produce hormones that play a part in basic body functions like metabolism, growth and sexual development. Endocrine system disorders can be serious, and people who have them often benefit from working with a specialist.

An endocrinologist is a doctor that treats diseases related to problems with hormones. A hormone is a chemical messenger that travels from one cell to another. Hormones are released in one part of the body, travel in the blood stream and have an effect on other part of the body. This helps different parts of the human body to communicate with each other. Hormones are secreted by endocrine glands, such as the pituitary, thyroid or adrenal glands.

  • Julie Jenkins, CRNP
  • Warda Niaz, MD
  • Se Young Suh, MD

FAMILY MEDICINE

  • Nathan Adams, CRNP
  • Syed Ahmed, MD
  • Shelley Byrd, CRNP
  • Jessica Campbell, CRNP
  • Max Capouano, MD
  • Sarah Connors, MD
  • Jennifer Groff, CRNP
  • George Handey, MD
  • Abby Harris, MD
  • Katrina Harris, CRNP
  • Jade Hoy, DO
  • Adelle Hutchins, CRNP
  • William Jones, MD
  • Erfan Karim, MD
  • Hayley Kennedy, CRNP
  • Donald Marshall, MD
  • Brooke Robinson, MD
  • Leslie Rutkowski, MD
  • Miho Suga, MD
  • Christopher Waguespack, DO
  • Katherine Windham, MD
  • Elizabeth Woodfin, CRNP

FACIAL PLASTICS, RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, AND TOTAL BODY

Botox, QuickLift (face-lift), scar revision and mole removal, facial liposuction and sculpting, cheek and lip implants, nasal surgery (rhinoplasty), brow lift and brow rejuvenation, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), Juvederm ultra plus XC, Kybella, Juvederm, Voluma, XC Botox Cosmetic, dermal fillers, facial volumizers

  • John Bauer, MD
  • Thomas Cawthon, MD
  • Blake Raggio, MD

GASTROENTEROLOGY

Colonoscopy, gastroesophageal reflux, IBS, peptic ulcers, ERCP, pillcam, esophageal manometry

  • Vijaya Boyella, MD
  • Paul Vincent T. Co, MD
  • Carla De La Garza, CRNP
  • Hiren Patel, MD

GENERAL SURGERY

Robotic/single-site surgery, bariatric surgery, hernia repair, colonoscopy, gastrointestinal surgery, minimally invasive surgery

  • Wesley Barry, Jr., MD
  • Manuel Caceres, MD
  • Brian Gary, MD
  • Randal Sedlak, MD
  • R.D. Seirafi, MD
  • Brittany Smith, CRNP

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

Chronic infectious disease management, travel medicine

  • Tiara Hypolite, MD
  • Mladen Sokanovic, MD

INTERNAL MEDICINE

  • Kim Hindi, CRNP
  • Sahil Sharma, MD

NEUROLOGY

Parkinson's disease, dementia, multiple sclerosis, headaches, epilepsy, ALS, acute stroke care

  • Richard Salazar, MD
  • Rodney Soto, MD
  • Teresa Watkins, CRNP

OB/GYN

Hysterectomy, colposcopy, tubal ligation, uterine myomectomy, obstetrics, oophorectomy, robotic surgery, women's health

  • LaToya Clark, MD
  • Gregory Jones, DO
  • Crystal Reese, MD
  • Glenn Saucer, MD

OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Allergy and asthma, chronic sinusitis, infections of the ears, nose, and throat (including strep throat and tonsillitis), vertigo, tinnitus, disease and injuries of the voice box and vocal cords, sleep apnea and snoring, hearing loss, tumors of the head or neck, thyroid surgery

  • Gregory Borg, MD
  • Thomas Cawthon, MD
  • Stephen Chandler, MD
  • Andrew Ford, MD
  • Blake Raggio, MD

PEDIATRICS

Children's health, childhood illnesses, nutrition, growth and development, infections, injuries, physical exams, routine newborn immunizations, routine newborn exams, sports and camp physical exams, blue slips for school admission, evaluation of attention deficit disorder

  • Robert Coggin, MD
  • Ulysses Davila, MD
  • David Drennen, MD
  • Adam Scott, MD

RHEUMATOLOGY

Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, musculoskeletal pain disorders, osteoporosis, gout, fibromyalgia

  • Jaquelin Chua, MD

UROLOGY

Robotic surgery, prostatectomy, kidney stone disease, cystectomy, nephrectomy, vasectomy, erectile dysfunction, incontinence

  • Himanshu Aggarwal, MD
  • Ta'Nisha Emmanuel, CRNP
  • Katlin Hancock, CRNP
  • Timothy Morrow, MD
  • Brian Richardson, MD
  • Peter Shashy, MD
  • William Sherrer, MD

UROGYNECOLOGY

Urodynamics, neurology, male/female incontinence, pelvic floor reconstruction, pelvic/urethral mesh removal, general urology, uro-oncology

Urogynecology, also known as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (FPMRS), is a subspecialty that focuses on disorders of the female pelvic floor (PFD) such as pelvic organ prolapse (bulging out of the uterus and/or vagina), urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence and constipation. Pelvic floor disorders affect the bladder, reproductive organs and bowels.

Doctors called urogynecologists receive special training to diagnose and treat women with pelvic floor disorders. In addition to residency training, urogynecologists are board certified in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.

Urogynecologists help improve a woman's quality of life by treating incontinence or prolapse issues. They can recommend a variety of therapies to cure or relieve symptoms of PFDs. Choose the one that works best for your lifestyle and meets your goals.

  • Himanshu Aggarwal, MD
  • Kimberly Corona, CRNP
  • Sandra Whaley, PT, DPT

VASCULAR SURGERY

Peripheral arterial disease, venous disease, aortic aneurysm, carotid stenosis, sclerotherapy, visceral and renal artery stenosis, minimally invasive surgery

  • Justin Parden, MD
  • Billy Saliski, CRNP
  • William Veale, MD
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