Eyedoc Jeff connected with CostcoFarragut has a new optometrist in town.
Dr. Jeffrey Silbernagel, OD, has opened his practice, Eyedoc Jeff, next to Costco, May 4. He is accepting new patients and most insurances at the clinic located at 10745 Kingston Pike.
“I like being in Farragut,” he said. “I find the people to be very nice and hard-working.”
“This is an interesting arrangement with Costco, though, because it is not a necessity for my patients to be Costco members but most of them are,” he added.
The patient records from the previous optometrist have remained at the clinic.
For Silbernagel, whom patients know as Dr. Jeff, opening a practice came second to moving to East Tennessee. A New Orleans native, he and his wife, Diana Davis, a medical nutritionist, bought a house in 2009 in Tellico Plains. read more
Statcare Pulmonary Consultants expands to FarragutFarragut patients of Statcare Pulmonary Consultants will no longer have to drive as far.
Statcare Pulmonary Consul-tants, a division of Summit Medical Group, has expanded its services to offer a new location in Farragut, an addition to its downtown office.
Statcare opened the new office April 27 at 10904 Kingston Pike.
The new office provides convenient access, greater hours and ample parking for patients, Jennifer Burke, Statcare marketing/communications manager, said.
“We are very excited,” Amber Singleton, site manager for Statcare Pulmonary Consultants, said. “We have been wanting to expand in the West Knoxville area. read more
The Consignment Shoppe @ Campbell Station rebrandedRepeats Galore, formerly located along Kingston Pike, has a new location and a new name.
The Farragut business, owned by Jill Jordon, has been rebranded as The Consignment Shoppe @ Campbell Station and moved to 11316 Station West Drive, off Campbell Station Road.
Shoppers can find her shop in the log cabin next to Apple Cake Tea Room. She can be reached at 865-675-7222. “The cabin is cozy and warm, has two levels and six rooms to display women’s and men’s clothing, jewelry and handbags, as well as home furnishings and accessories,” Jordan added. “I even have a large covered porch for patio and garden items.
“... We accept only the best of the best in all categories,” she added. “In furniture, we try to stick to a blend of rustic, industrial and modern.” read more
business briefs• Paul West, the next president of Rotary Club of Turkey Creek-Sunset, joined 449 fellow Rotary leaders in completing a recent three-state training program in Nashville. President-elects from Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama participated in the training program. West, a geologist at CB&I, was selected by the club to serve as its president. He has been a Rotarian for three years.
• Audrey Williams has been named Pellissippi State Com-munity Col-lege’s new vice president of Information Services. Williams has worked at Pellissippi State since 1999, serving as an instructional technology specialist and, most recently, as director of Educational Technology Services. read more