Stones River Dermatology Donates Proceeds from Open House

MURFREESBORO, TN. The Primary Care and Hope Clinic recently received a donation for Hope Clinic Logo $1,400 from Dr. Ronald ‘Junior’ Nelson with Stones River Dermatology. The generous donation is the result of funds raised during an Open House celebrating the relocation of the Stones River Dermatology office.

Stones River Dermatology is now located in The Gateway at 1608 Williams Dr., Suite 200 in the Waterstone Professional Building. The state-of-the art facility provides a wide range of services including general dermatology, Pediatric dermatology, cosmetic skin care solutions and diagnosis and treatment for skin cancer.

“We are overwhelmed and humbled by the generosity of our patients and guests,” says Dr. Nelson. “We truly believe in the mission of the Primary Care and Hope Clinic and are honored to help further their mission of ‘hope and healing for all.”

Dr. Nelson is a Board Certified Dermatologist, graduate of Vanderbilt and Stanford Universities and a former Air Force Flight Surgeon. Dr. Nelson, his wife Laura and their daughter make their home in Murfreesboro.

“We are grateful for the generous support that we’ve received from Stones River Dermatology and wish them the best as they strive to provide the community with premier dermatologic care,” said Lisa Terry, Primary Care and Hope Clinic CEO.

The Primary Care and Hope Clinic is a not-for-profit healthcare clinic providing quality, affordable family health services to medically uninsured, underserved, Medicare and Medicaid families in Rutherford and Cannon Counties. The clinic operates on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size and has served uninsured and underserved families in the community for twenty years. For more information call 615-893-9390 or go to www.hopeclnc.org.

Pictured: Lisa Terry, Primary Care and Hope Clinic CEO and Dr. Ronald ‘Junior’ Nelson, Stones River Dermatology