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MMC & Surgicenter is proud to announce the addition of Chloe Desnoes



Chloe Desnoes, D.O. is a board-certified physician who is now practicing at Murfreesboro
Medical Clinic (MMC). Originally from theDallas, Texas area, Dr. Desnoes received her undergraduate degree from Baylor University before moving to South Carolina to obtain her medical degree from Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine. She later made Tennessee her home as she completed Family Medicine training in Jackson, Tennessee, through the University of Tennessee Family Medicine Residency program. While there, she also served as Chief Resident amongst her peers.

Dr. Desnoes is thrilled to provide care for the patients of Rutherford County and the surrounding communities. Joey Peay, MMC’s Chief Executive Officer, notes, “Murfreesboro Medical Clinic is excited to have Dr. Desnoes join our organization. She brings an enthusiasm for medicine and patient care that will serve her well as she gets more involved in the community and as her practice grows. She will be a great addition to our Internal/ Family Medicine Department.”

After completing her family medicine residency, she moved to the Murfreesboro area where her husband has served as minister at a local church for several years. She is elated to call Murfreesboro home, and looks forward to serving the community here alongside her husband and colleagues. When not working, Dr. Desnoes’ interests include traveling, cooking and spending time with her loved ones.

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