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Front Page - Friday, October 16, 2020

Newsmakers: Corker joins One-to-One Health

Former U.S. Senator Bob Corker will serve as chairman of One-to-One Health, a physician-led corporate health management company that partners with employers to provide health care services to their employees.

CHI Memorial adds Meredith

Bryn Meredith, D.O., has joined CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates. Meredith received his medical degree from Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia, and completed his residency in pediatrics at Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California.

He is a retired lieutenant commander of the U.S. Navy and served as assistant professor of pediatrics at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He most recently served as a general pediatrician at U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokosuka, Japan.

Meredith is board-certified in pediatrics and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a native of Chattanooga and son of Gary Meredith, M.D., also a pediatrician at CHI Memorial Pediatric Diagnostic Associates.

Meredith is welcoming new patients from newborns to young adults up to age 21. To schedule an appointment, call 423 698-2229.

Lane receives ROTC certificate

The U.S. Army has awarded retired Lt. Col. Greg Lane the ROTC Hall of Fame certificate. Lane is a native of Chattanooga and a 1977 graduate of Red Bank High School. His parents are Darwin and Joyce Lane.

Lane has served at Austin Peay since 1991. From 1991-1993, he was an active-duty Army officer, and from 1994-2000, he served as an Army Reserve officer. From 2000-2013, he served as an Army contractor as assistant professor of military science. From 2014 until the present, he has been the program’s cadet success coordinator.

In his Army career, Lane had 12 years of active duty service and 12 years of Army Reserve service as an infantry officer. He served at Fort Benning, Fort Campbell, Fort Polk – Korea and Austin Peay ROTC. As a reservist, he served at Austin Peay ROTC, Carlisle Barracks and the 100th Training Division.