patient portal for dr. steven greer

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Patient Portal For Dr. Steven Greer

34 hours ago Dr. Greer is dedicated to providing the local populations with reputable service, help, and reassuring care. Dr. Greer received his doctor of dental medicine degree from the University of … >> Go To The Portal

Who is Stephen Greer?

Dr. Stephen Greer is a general surgeon who specializes in general and advanced minimally invasive surgery, including robotic-assisted procedures. He joined University Surgical Associates in August 2019. Dr. Greer performs surgery at Erlanger Hospital and sees patients at the following USA locations:

Where is Dr Greer now?

He later earned a Master’s degree in medical management at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Greer is a board-certified surgeon who is now offering cardio-oncology services at the Arkansas Cardiology and Baptist Health Heart Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas. Learn more about our trusted cardio-oncology services.

How many grandchildren does Dr Greer have?

He and his wife, Pamela, have two sons and five grandchildren. The Greer family enjoys spending time together through involvement with their church, playing golf, snow skiing and hunting. Duke University Medical Center University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Does David Greer have a wife?

He and his wife, Pamela, have two sons. The Greer family enjoys spending time together through involvement with their church, playing golf, snow skiing, and hunting. Note: You may need a referral from your primary care provider to schedule an appointment.



Undergraduate (2007) The University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Spanish

Professional Organizations

American College of Surgeons, Southern Surgical Congress, Chattanooga Hamilton County Medical Society, and the Tennessee Medical Association

Academic Appointments

Dr. Greer is an instructor with the Department of Surgery for the University of Tennessee College of Medicine at Chattanooga. He earned his undergraduate degree from University of Tennessee and graduate degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN.


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