Megan Whaley has joined the staff of Morgan County Medical Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
She graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan College with a BSN and received her FNP from Tennessee Tech University.
She has 11 years of experience as a labor and delivery nurse at Methodist Medical Center.
“I enjoy working at Morgan County Medical Center because I am able to see a variety of patients. The staff at MCMC care about their patients and provide the best quality care possible.”
Christina Long has joined the staff of Morgan County Medical Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
She graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan College with a BSN and received her FNP from Southern Adventist University.
Christina has 13 years of experience at Methodist Medical Center in ortho/med-surg./step-down and currently works occasionally in the Recovery room.
“I am really excited to have the opportunity to serve the community at Morgan County Medical Center. The staff at MCMC work together to ensure the best possible outcome for each and every patient.”
Dr. Gregory Mock has joined Dr. David Seber and the provider team at the Morgan County Medical Center (MCMC). Dr. Mock received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College and has been in practice for more than 30 years.
Dr. Mock specializes in Family Medicine and is trained to meet the diverse health needs of children and families. With the addition of Dr. Mock, the MCMC provider team includes two Family Practice doctors, four Nurse Practitioners, one Physician Assistant and one Social Worker.
"We are excited about the continued growth of the clinic to better serve the community," said Theresa Brock, the director at MCMC. "Dr. Mock’s experience is sure to be an asset to our staff and most importantly to our patients."
Dr. Seber serves as medical director at MCMC in addition to treating patients.
"I look forward to working with Dr. Mock and have him join our team here Morgan County Medical Center," Seber said.
Dr. Mock comes to Morgan County after having practiced in New Mexico the last several years. "As my wife and I considered our options for this next chapter in our lives, we looked at several places but decided that Morgan County is the place that we want to call home," Mock said. "I look forward to learning more about the community and wor
king with the established team at Morgan County Medical Center."
MCMC accepts most health insurance plans, but also works with folks who are not insured through its sliding fee program. A member of our billing department will be glad to discuss plans and answer your insurance questions.
ANDREW STEIDL, FNP
Andrew Steidl has joined the staff of providers at Morgan County Medical Center. He is a graduate of Tennessee State University with an MSN and is an ANCC Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with previous experience as a nurse in critical care and emergency care.
“I enjoy working at Morgan County Medical Center because of the great staff and patients we get to interact with on a daily basis,” Andrew said. “ I look forward to getting to meet new patients and hopefully positively influence their lives.”
We are happy to welcome Andrew Steidl to our family at Morgan County Medical Center where our mission is always your health.
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Chris Lezu has joined our staff of primary care providers and is seeing patients on a daily basis. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He received his Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at South College, also in Knoxville. He is a nationally certified Physician Assistant with experience in urgent care and family medicine.
"I love my new position here at Morgan County Medical Center. The staff is incredibly friendly and very much advocates for our patients,” Lezu said. “I look forward to making relationships with people in this community and delivering the healthcare they need."
Connie Bradley Loy has joined the staff as a Behavioral Health specialist. She has lived in Morgan County most of her life. She is a graduate of Wartburg Central High School and attended college at Roane State, Tennessee Tech and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she earned her Master’s in Social Work.
Connie is the mother of two sons, Trevor and Taylor.
“I really enjoy working at Morgan County Medical Center. The staff is truly invested in our patients and community,” Loy said. “The integrated health care model is an asset to our community and I am excited to be a part of it.”
“We are very fortunate to have Chris and Connie join us at Morgan County Medical Center as we continue our goal to provide the absolute best healthcare possible throughout our community,” said Theresa Brock, CEO. “In the last few months, we have expanded our behavioral health services, which allows us to truly treat the whole patient.”
Morgan County Medical Center is located at 224 Old Mill Road in Wartburg. The office is open Monday through Thursday from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Friday from 7:45 to 3 p.m. Please call 346-6221 to schedule an appointment or for more information.
Unfortunately for our patients, we are not able to remain open 24 hours a day. However, if any of our current patients need after-hours care, we urge you to contact our on-call medical provider, or if you're experiencing a medical emergency, the quickest way to get care would be to dial 9-1-1.