Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter is proud to announce the addition of Austin W. Mackens, M.D. to its Internal and Family Medicine Department.
Dr. Mackens is thrilled to be back home providing care for the patients of Rutherford County and the surrounding communities.
Joey Peay, MMC’s Chief Executive Officer, notes, “We are thankful to be able to add Dr. Mackens to our Internal/Family Medicine Department. As Rutherford County and the surrounding areas continue to grow, it is critical that MMC adds quality physicians, like Dr. Mackens to help meet the increasing demands for primary care physicians in this community. His experiences working in emergency medicine for a number of years will give him unique insight into ways to help his patients strive for and maintain a healthy lifestyle with good habits that will, hopefully, help them avoid ERs in the future.”
Dr. Mackens and his wife, Jessica Anderson Mackens (who is also a Murfreesboro native), have three children: Abigail, Maddie Kate, and Everett. They attend Providence Christian Academy where Mrs. Mackens is also a high school math teacher. The family attends World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro. Dr. Mackens is an avid outdoorsman and loves to hunt, fish, and camp. He also loves sports and played rugby at the University of Tennessee and football at Maryville College. Dr. Mackens and his family are avid travel and adventure enthusiasts and plan to visit all 50 states before the children leave for college.
*Dr. Mackens will transition to the Northfield office this summer.