business briefs

• EXIT Realty affiliated offices announce the following individuals have been added to their teams of real estate professionals: Patty Jarnigan, Randy King, Galen Saunton and Katie Cook with EXIT Real Estate Professionals Network at 165 West End Ave., Farragut; Ann Richards with EXIT Realty Momentum at 127 W. Jackson Ave., Knoxville; and Kerri Johns with EXIT TLC Realty at 149 Kelsey Lane, Lenoir City.

• Coldwell Banker Wallace agent Teresa Guy recently earned the Commitment to Excellence endorsement from National Association of Realtors, which goes to Realtors who have demonstrated knowledge and competency in 10 core areas of real estate practice.

• Dr. Keri J. McFarlane, a family practice physician, has joined Tennova Medical Group’s Tennova Primary Care-Farragut on the campus of Turkey Creek Medical Center, 10810 Parkside Drive, Suite 108. Same-day appointments and telehealth are available. Prior to joining Tennova, Dr. McFarlane was medical director of Northshore Urgent Care in West Knoxville.

• Morning Pointe Senior Living announces plans for a new senior living and Alzheimer’s memory care community along Reagan Road, located off Hardin Valley Road and Pellissippi Parkway. Construction is set for summer 2020 with a grand opening in late 2021. This marks Morning Pointe’s third community in the Greater Knox County area.

• Analysis and Measurement Services Corporation, a Knoxville-headquartered nuclear engineering consulting firm, recently was awarded three Phase 1 research and development grants from the U.S. Department of Energy totaling nearly $600,000. “As a market leader in predictive maintenance technology for nuclear plants, AMS is honored to be the recipients of these important R&D grants from DOE,” said Alex Hashemian, AMS director of R&D Group.