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Second Location Groundbreaking

Story and photography by Eric Lusk

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and Surgicenter recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for their new location at 3626 Shelbyville Pike. This state-of-the-art 29,000+ square-foot building will look very similar to their Garrison Drive location, but bring a much-needed expansion to the southern side of Murfreesboro. The new center will offer internal and family medicine, pediatrics, dermatology, gastroenterology, gynecology, spine/joint/pain and rheumatology. In addition, they will offer select laboratory and radiology services.

“As an organization, we see the tremendous growth occurring in our community and realize that we must continue to grow our physician population and our facilities to maintain appropriate health care services,” said Joey Peay, chief executive officer of MMC. Peay went on to explain that this is the first of several expansions planned over the next few years for MMC.

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