Julie Jeter, MD, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, was presented with the Commissioner's Commendation Award and Outstanding Service Award Medallion by East Tennessee Regional Medical Director Tara Sturdivant, MD. This award is from Dr. John Dreyzehner,Commissioner of Health for the Tennessee Department of Health, and is presented for outstanding service in connection with the East Tennessee Region Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Pregnant Postpartum Intervention to reduce the increasing incidence of NAS births in East Tennessee.
Dr. Jeter played a vital role in voluntary long-acting reversible contraceptives (VRLAC) clinics by providing her clinical skills as well as dedicating the assistance of Family Medicine resident physicians. This provided educational opportunities for the residents and knowledge and skills for the VRLAC clinics and patients.
Posted April 23, 2015
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