Food Allergy Action Plan News:
Heritage Medical Associates' new Westgate Office is now open!
Dr. Keegan Smith and Dr. Don Brothers’ office will be closed:
3/21/2018 at 11:30am
Dr. Brothers will now offer Shot Room hours on Tuesdays at our Physicians Plaza location.
Allergy Shot Clinic Hours
222 Medical Office Building Allergy Shot Clinic (Davidson County)
Monday 8AM - 5:15PM
Tuesday 8AM - 5:15PM
Wednesday 8AM – 3:45PM
Thursday 7AM – 5:15PM
Friday 8AM – 5:15PM
Physicians Plaza Allergy Shot Clinic (Williamson County)
Monday 8AM - 11:30AM, 1PM – 4:30PM
Tuesday 8AM - 11:30AM, 1PM – 4:30PM
Wednesday 8AM - 11:30AM, 1PM – 4:30PM
Thursday 10AM - 11:30PM, 1PM – 4:30PM
Friday 8AM - 11:30PM, 1PM – 4:30PM
Effective March 3, 2017, the office of Dr. Don Brothers will be expanding hours to 8:00AM-5:15PM on Fridays.
Heritage Medical Associates is updating our phone system and some of our phone numbers to give you more direct access to our providers and staff that are best equipped to help you. You may see new phone numbers published on our website and your caller ID with Nashville’s new area code (629). Although our old numbers will work, we recommend saving these (629) numbers and following our menu prompts to be quickly connected with our team.
Heritage Medical Associates will close (including eVisits) today, December 23rd, at 12:00pm excluding our Pediatric Offices in Green Hills and Cool Springs. We will resume normal hours on Tuesday, December 27th. If you are an established patient with an urgent medical need you may call your physician's office number to speak with an on-call physician. Happy Holidays to you and yours!
Our results reflect that 98% of our patients would recommend us to a friend or family member. We are proud of these results but know we still have some work to do! Click Read More to learn about the areas we are working to improve.
In observance of July 4th, our offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015 with the exception of our Pediatrics office in Green Hills which will close at 12PM.
The spring pollen has arrived. Tree pollen is the cause of the majority of spring respiratory allergy symptoms. Our tree pollen counts in Middle Tennessee reach very high levels and cause significant misery for allergy sufferers. In general, there are 3 approaches to solve this problem that affects up to 40% of the population:
Click "Read More" for a list of practices that are closed today, 3/3/14, due to inclement weather and poor road conditions (updated @2:20PM). All other Heritage Medical Associates offices will close early at 3pm today (with the exception of Pediatrics at our Green Hills and Cool Springs locations which will close at their normal time). If you are able to travel safely, we look forward to seeing you. If you need to reschedule an appointment, please contact our office on Tuesday.
Dr. Keegan Smith, one of Heritage Medical Associate's allergists in our downtown Nashville location, was quoted in a recent Channel 4 story about severe food allergies.
The sounds of sneezing, sniffling and snorting arrive along with the trees, flowers and grass of these otherwise pleasant months. Allergy season is upon us!
Seasonal allergies peak in the springtime, when pollen counts are highest. Autumn is another time of year when allergy symptoms spike. The first step in controlling seasonal allergies – commonly called hay fever—is to recognize the symptoms. The hallmarks are sneezing, itchy eyes, stuffy nose with clear drainage, and a tickle cough. The way to tell the difference between a cold (viral upper respiratory infection) and allergies is that with a cold one may have a fever, thicker nasal drainage, and sometimes body aches.