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Eskind Diabetes Clinic debuts new location in Franklin

Jul. 19, 2012, 8:28 AM

Al Powers, M.D., left, talks with Ralph LaNeve, M.D., Shubhada Jagasia, M.D., and Ioannis Papagiannis, M.D., at a recent event celebrating the opening of the Vanderbilt Eskind Diabetes Clinic in Franklin. (photo by Anne Rayner)

The Vanderbilt Eskind Diabetes Clinic has opened its first satellite location at Edward Curd Lane in Franklin, Tenn.

Open five days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the clinic will offer comprehensive care for diabetes and endocrine issues. Services include thyroid ultrasound and biopsy, with testing completed on location.

The clinic will be staffed by Ioannis Papagiannis, M.D., assistant professor of Medicine, and nurse practitioner Blake Salmony, MSN. There is also a diabetes educator and dietitian available.

The clinic is located at 2105 Edward Curd Lane, Suite 100. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 875-3636.

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