Jeremy Harrison, M.D.
(615) 867-8020

EDUCATION

Abilene Christian University
Abilene, Texas
August 1987 - May 1988

Freed - Hardeman University
Henderson, Tennessee
May 1988 - December 1990
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Biology

James H. Quillen College of Medicine
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, Tennessee
August 1992 - May 1996
Degree: Doctor of Medicine

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING      
Department of Pediatrics
University of Tennessee Medical Center - Knoxville
July 1999 – June 2000
Chief Resident

Department of Pediatrics
University of Tennessee Medical Center - Knoxville
Knoxville, Tennessee
July 1996 - June 1999
Internship and Residency

PRACTICE EXPERIENCE:
Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and Surgicenter
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
July 2000 – Present
Pediatrician

Middle Tennessee Medical Center
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
January 2009 – January 2011
Chief of Pediatrics

Lakeshore Mental Health Institute
Knoxville, TN
September 1998 – June 2000
Physician On Duty

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS:
Board of Directors for Neema House, a non-profit orphanage for AIDS: orphans in Geita, Tanzania, 2009 – Present

Clinical Faculty- Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, 2008 - Present
Board of Directors, International Health Care Foundation, 2006 - Present
Missions Committee, North Boulevard Church of Christ, 2006 – Present
Board of Directors, Heaven Sent Children adoptions, 2000 – 2007
American Board of Pediatrics, 1999 – Present
American Academy of Pediatrics, 1996 – Present
Tennessee Pediatric Society, 1996 – Present

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:
general pediatrics from birth through adolescence, international travel and international adoption

PERSONAL INTERESTS:
Dr. Harrison enjoys spending time at home with family, camping/hiking, college football, genealogy research, blacksmithing, church activities, hobby farming, and he takes his practice out into the mission field efforts as able. His medical mission efforts thus far have been served out in the following areas:

Haiti Earthquake Relief– Feb and June 2010

Mali, North Africa – Nov 2006;
Guyana, South America – July 2005;
Guyana, South America – July 2002;
St. Vincent, West Indies - December 1997;
Tanzania, East Africa - April 1997;

Cap Hatien, Haiti - Christmas break 1993;
Atlanta, Georgia - summer 1993;
Tanzania, East Africa - summer 1993;
Cap Hatien, Haiti - Christmas break 1989;
Nigeria, West Africa - summer 1984

He also has a special interest in the annual St. Baldrick's Research Cure for Cancer Event and has been a  shavee to raise money for this effort for the past couple of years.  In March, he will host his first "GO BALD"  event in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. For more information, go to www.stbaldricks.com

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