Physician-Owned & Physician-Directed
HMG is proud to be physician-owned and physician-directed. Our board of directors and shareholder are all physicians with a passion for providing excellent customer service and the highest quality care. We believe a strong physician-patient relationship is crucial in achieving optimum clinical outcomes. With a patient-centered focus, we strive to provide quality care which is compassionate, convenient and meets our patients’ needs.
Interesting Provider Demographics
HMG’s team of excellence includes more than 150 of the region’s most talented providers. With a diversity of interests and areas of medical specialty, each of our providers share a single defining commonality—they consider it a privilege to be involved in the delivery of healthcare.
- 26% of HMG physicians are female.
- HMG providers originate from 12 different countries, ranging from Korea to the Ukraine, and from 30 different states.
- 60% of HMG’s providers are primary care.
- 43 years is the average age of our physicians.
- There are 18 “medical marriages” within HMG, meaning physicians married to physicians.
- Our Medical Service Area population is approximately 750,000.
Regional Medical Excellence
Holston Medical Group is situated in the midst of a sophisticated medical community. Our MSA includes 14 hospitals and 1,400 physicians. Known throughout the Southeast as a progressive, independent multi-specialty group, HMG has over forty years of delivering high-quality, innovative care to the communities it’s privileged to serve.
About the Region
The Tri-Cities area is at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, HMG is located in one of the most beautiful areas of the United States. With four distinct seasons of weather, outdoor attractions are bountiful, whether the serenity of the region’s mountains, lakes and streams, or the lightning fast speed of the Bristol Motor Speedway, there’s something for everyone.
Weather & Climate
Those within the Tri-Cities enjoy four distinct seasons with moderate temperatures that allow much outdoor enjoyment. Generally, the climate within the Tri-Cities is warm during summer when temperatures tend to be in the 70’s and very cold during winter when temperatures tend to be in the 30’s.
From an abundance of colleges and universities providing regional higher education opportunities to the region’s most successful public schools, the Tri-Cities’ is home to a culture that values the importance of educational achievement. For those who prefer private schooling or home schooling, they’ll find the region offers attractive options for a variety of schooling opportunities.
Centrally located in the eastern half of the United States, the Tri-Cities enjoys convenient travel access. With a regional airport offering non-stop service to select major cities and a network of Interstate Highways, the Tri-Cities is a great starting point for travel. View driving distances.
The Tri-Cities regional population is 589,200, representing 244,710 households. The population mix is 51% female and 49% male.
- 23% of the population is under 19.
- 26% of the population is between 20 and 40.
- 34% of the population is between 40 and 65.
- 17% of the population is greater than 65.
(Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2008)
Contact Our Provider Recruiter
If you find that you are interested in a potential career within HMG, we encourage you to please contact Christi Keller at 423-279-1648. You may also reach her by email at email@example.com.