Team

J. Scott Jordan, MD, MS, MBA


MD University of Tennessee College of Medicine
MS Middle Tennessee State University
MBA Massey Graduate School of Business, Belmont University
BS University of Tennessee

Residency:
Family Medicine University of Tennessee
American Board of Family Medicine
Local Involvement:
Chief Medical Examiner - Robertson County, TN

Community Involvement:
White House Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Jordan is very involved in his local community organizations. He lives, works and plays in the community with his family.

Jeff Jenkins, MD


MD University of Mississippi School of Medicine
BS Birmingham Southern College

Residency:
Family Medicine University of Tennessee
American Board of Family Medicine
Honors:
Joseph B. Moon, MD

Awards:
Award Hearin Hess Foundation Scholarship

Community Involvement:
White House Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Jenkins is very involved in his local community organizations. He lives, works and plays in the community with his family.

Jeff Kindred, DO


DO Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
BS University of Utah
AS Snow College

Residency:
Saint Joseph Family Medicine Residency

Fellowship:
University of Notre Dame South Bend Sports Medicine
American Board of Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

Courtney Eli, Registered Dietician


I have been a registered and licensed dietitian for the state of Tennessee for over two years with experience in both clinical and foodservice management nutrition. I attended Texas Christian University where I completed my Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics with a minor in Psychology. After obtaining my undergraduate degree, I completed my Dietetic Internship at Prairie View A&M University in Houston, TX where I was able to gain a wealth of knowledge in all areas of nutrition from diabetes management, renal nutrition, nutrition assessments, and many other facets of nutrition. More recently, I completed the Certificate of Training in Obesity Interventions for Adults where I honed my skills in nutrition assessments and weight management. In my free time I enjoy cooking a delicious meal to share with friends and family and being as active outdoors as possible!

Team-Crossroads Medical Group-White House Walk-In Family Care provides primary and acute care to patients at four convenient locations. Learn more about our services and find out our location details here. Find us on social media here

The highest standard of health care. We value our patients and work to make their experience at  friendly, professional and positive. We have four locations treating illness, injury, preventative care, your urgent healthcare needs, and open 7 days a week. From X-ray to flu shots, we are there when you need us. We value our patients and work to make their experience at  friendly, professional and positive.

Primary treatment removes material which will either float or promptly settle out by gravity. It includes the physical processes of screening, comminution, grit removal, and alluviation. Screens area unit made from long, closely spaced, slender metal bars. They block floating rubble like wood, rags, and different large objects that might clog pipes or pumps. In trendy plants the screens area unit cleansed automatically, and also the material is promptly disposed of by burial on the plant grounds. A comminutor could also be wont to grind and shred rubble that passes through the screens. The sliced material is removed later by alluviation or flotation processes

An X-ray could be a common imaging check that’s been used for many years. It will facilitate your doctor read the within of your body while not having to form AN incision. this will facilitate them diagnose, monitor, and treat several medical conditions.

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