Sanjeet Rangarajan, MD, M.Eng.

Dr. Sanjeet Rangarajan specializes in advanced rhinology and endoscopic skull based surgeries.

Andrei Alexandrov, MD

Dr. Alexandrov holds Distinguished Medical Faculty license to practice in Tennessee and specializes in Vascular Neurology.

Sonia M. Alvarez, MD

Dr. Alvarez is certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Mahul B. Amin, MD

Dr. Amin is board certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.

Joyce D. Anschultz, MSN, FNP

Joyce Anschultz is certified with American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and American Heart Association in Basic Life Support.
Abdallah Azouz

Abdallah Azouz, MD

Dr. Azouz is AP/CP certified.
David Stern

David M. Stern, MD, Chair of the Board of University Clinical Health, Robert Kaplan Executive Dean of the College of Medicine, Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, UTHSC

For Dr. Stern, University Clinical Health is the lifeblood of the College of Medicine at UTHSC. It provides the opportunity for faculty to practice medicine in an environment created by the physicians and focused on patients and their families. It is truly a physician-led and professionally managed organization. Our vision, under Dr. Stern’s leadership, is to apply clinical innovations of every kind while treating all patients who come to its doors. UTHSC is very proud to carry discovery forward to patients through this faculty practice group.

Drew Botschner, Chief Executive Officer

Drew Botschner joined University Clinical Health as its Chief Executive Officer in 2014. A native of Ohio, he was an owner of and formerly served as General Counsel for Care Point Partners, LLC. Prior to Care Point Partners, he served as General Counsel for UC Physicians in Cincinnati, Ohio, the private practice group for clinical faculty members at University of Cincinnati Medical School. Also, Botschner was General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for a Cincinnati-based provider of pharmacy and related services for patients who needed home-based infusion services.

Brad Canada MD, Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Canada assumed the role of Chief Medical Officer for University Clinical Health in 2013. A board certified nephrologist, he joined the medical staff in 2004 and was named Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. From 2008 to 2010, he served as Interim Chief of the Division of Nephrology, and in 2009 was named Associate Professor of Medicine. In 2012, he was appointed Associate Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Physician Services.
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