As a part of the continued growth and expansion of our program, the UT-Nashville Family Medicine Residency Program is adding a one-year fellowship in obstetrics beginning in the summer of 2019. The fellow will help oversee the care of prenatal patients at the St Louise Clinic (where the family medicine residency clinic is located) and will participate in vaginal and cesarean deliveries at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital, where approximately 3000 babies are born each year. The fellowship will focus on preparing the selected family physician for practicing family medicine obstetrics by achieving competency in normal vaginal births, operative vaginal (vacuum-assisted) and abdominal (cesarean) deliveries, prenatal care (including at risk pregnancies), standard obstetric ultrasound, and office gynecologic procedures.
Tanner Evans, M.D.
Lubbock Christian University
Texas Tech University
UT-Nashville Family Medicine Residency
Married to wife, Erin; with two children
Pilot and flight instructor, playing fiddle and guitar, enjoying time with family, hunting, fishing, boating and anything outdoors
Before Medical School:
I worked doing home remodeling and also worked as a scribe in the ER.
Why I Chose UT-Murfreesboro:
I am from Texas but grew up coming to Tennessee to visit family during the summer. I have always loved the Nashville area but did not want to live in such a big city. When I saw there was a Family Medicine program in Murfreesboro I decided to come spend a month working as a student and absolutely loved my experience. I am excited to now be a part of a new and growing program in Rutherford County. The program is unopposed and the community is very excited to have residents in their healthcare system. All of the faculty are excited to teach and build a great residency, and we are ready to continue to develop what the first class of residents started last year.