MMC Welcomes Dr. Jennifer T. Rayburn to Internal & Family Medicine

January 6th, 2015

Jennifer T. Rayburn, M.D.

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic proudly announces the addition of Jennifer T. Rayburn, M.D. to the Internal and Family Medicine department. Dr. Rayburn is Board Certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians. She joins MMC in January.

Dr. Rayburn received her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2002 from Middle Tennessee State University, summa cum laude. She earned her Medical Degree in 2007 from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. Dr. Rayburn completed her Internal Medicine Residency through the University of Tennessee at Baptist Hospital in Nashville in 2012.

Dr. Rayburn is the recipient of several honors and awards based on achievement. Past research focused on the analysis of weight loss effects as well as the immunity of eczema patients. She has delivered a number of presentations ranging in topics from Leukemia and Anaphylaxis to Atrial Fibrillation and the dermal effects of Bioterrorist Agents. Further, Dr. Rayburn actively participated in a student-run organization for four years that prepared and delivered presentations to healthcare professionals and local authorities regarding preparedness for chemical, biological, general, and radiological disasters.

“Dr. Rayburn is determined and extraordinary at treating her patients,” said MMC CEO, Joseph A. Peay. “We’re excited to see what she’ll achieve in the Clinic and the community!”

A Columbia, Tennessee native, Dr. Rayburn is a member of the Muletown Stompers Clogging Team and has enjoyed this for more than 27 years. She also enjoys designing jewelry, exercise, cooking, and reading mystery novels. To learn more about Dr. Rayburn or to schedule an appointment, visit mmclinic.com or call 615-867-8010. 

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