David Martin, MD

Posted on January 18, 2021

David Martin, MD “I’m dedicated to preventing and treating women’s cancers, and providing surgical therapy for difficult gynecologic diseases. There are many new medical treatments available, and I’m excited to provide these new therapies with the program at Thompson Oncology Group.” Board Certification:  Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship:  Gynecologic Oncology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 


Artist Sarah Pollock Uses Color to ‘Turn Up the Volume’

Posted on October 20, 2020

Sarah Pollock was selected as this year’s featured artist for Artsclamation! Peninsula’s fine art sale will take place virtually this year.  


Feature Friday: Julie Butler, BSN, RN

Posted on November 1, 2019

Each week we get to know a little bit more about our team members at Parkwest Medical Center in our staff feature Friday.  


Parkwest Comprehensive Breast Center: Your Trusted Resource for Care

Posted on October 2, 2019

Patients can trust Parkwest Comprehensive Breast Center — accredited as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology. 


Feature Friday: Katie Waller

Posted on August 23, 2019

Each week get to know a little bit more about our team members at Parkwest Medical Center in our staff feature Friday. 


Feature Friday: Kati Hooper

Posted on August 9, 2019

Each week get to know a little bit more about our team members at Parkwest Medical Center in our staff feature Friday. 


Welcome Felicia Wheeler, MD

Posted on August 1, 2019

Felicia Wheeler, MD “I am a Knoxville native, so I am excited about returning home to care for our community.”  Fellowship:  Hematology and Medical Oncology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center Residency:  Internal Medicine,  University of Tennessee Health Science Center Medical School:  University of Tennessee Location: Thompson Oncology Group – Downtown 1916 White Avenue Knoxville, 


Start 2018 with a plan

Posted on January 4, 2018

By the middle of January, 25 percent of the people who have made New Year’s resolutions will have already given up. Fewer than half of us will keep our New Year’s resolutions for longer than six months. Start thinking differently about your resolutions. What can you do in the first half of the year? What