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Welcome to Women’s Healthcare of Morristown

Thank you for visiting Women’s Healthcare of Morristown, the office of board-certified obstetrician and gynecologists Kim C. Brooks, MD, FACOG, Bill J. Black, MD, FACOG, and women’s health nurse practitioner Stacey Kesterson, WHNP. It’s our mission to be a leading provider of women’s health care by bringing the latest treatments to our community so you can always get excellent OBGYN care close to home. We perform procedures and deliver babies at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System and are a proud member of Covenant Health

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

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At Women's Healthcare of Morristown, it’s our mission to be a leading provider of obstetric and gynecologic care in East Tennessee. We specialize in managing the different medical issues that arise through all stages of a woman’s life.

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Thank you for choosing Women's Healthcare of Morristown for your obstetric and gynecologic care.

Not a patient? We want to be your health care team and are accepting new patients. Call (423) 492-7100 to make an appointment.

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🚨Important Update🚨

Thank you to so many in our community who have graciously offered to donate cloth masks to Covenant Health. We are accepting all donations!

Please deliver all donations to:

Covenant Health Supply Chain Dept
1400 Centerpoint Blvd, Bldg. A
Suite 150
Knoxville, TN 37932

Phone: 865-374-6900
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Have unused professional-grade Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at your home or business? Donate it to front-line first responders to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

A City- and volunteer-staffed collection drop-off point is open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. today at the Jacob Building in Chilhowee Park. People are asked to donate N95 respirators, surgical masks, non-latex gloves, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes, hospital gowns, face shields, goggles, thermometers and Tyvek suits needed by firefighters, paramedics, police officers and hospital staff.

Donations of PPE will continue at Chilhowee Park on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) and on Saturdays (9 a.m.-Noon) throughout April.

The City will NOT be collecting non-PPE commercially-made items, such as water, food, clothing or homemade masks.

Many thanks to Volunteer East Tennessee and the City's Special Events staff for coordinating volunteers to collect the donations.
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Important Update Regarding Covenant Therapy Centers:

Out of an abundance of caution for our patients and employees, we are limiting our outpatient therapy visits to those that are essential for recovery. All other patients can be seen via e-visits at home. This is a temporary measure, and we hope to restore our full clinic hours soon. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
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We want to say THANK YOU to all of our healthcare workers on the front lines! We salute you for your dedication and HEART! ... See MoreSee Less

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A Patient Story

Wendell and April Chittum live in Knox County, but traveled nearly an hour to Morristown for the birth of their baby, Carter. Read their story here.

Women's Healthcare of Morristown News

  • COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions

    In partnership with the Tennessee Department of Health and the Knox County Health Department, we’re implementing visitor restrictions to protect the health and safety of our hospitalized patients. Help us reduce the risk of COVID-19 by following this visitation policy: Only one adult support person will be allowed to accompany you to your office visit […]

  • A Patient Story – April Chittum

    Across the Miles Knox County mom says Morristown is worth the drive Wendell and April Chittum sit quietly in the living room of their home in Knox County. Wendell is cradling the newest addition to the family. April says Baby Carter is “a miracle and a blessing.” The Chittums have four children. The two youngest […]

  • MHHS Welcomes First Baby of 2019

    For Callie Gordon and Kenny Carpenter, the start of 2019 not only welcomes a new calendar year, but also a new member to their family. Kalei Rose Carpenter was born at 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 2, becoming the first baby born in the new year at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. She weighed 5 lbs., 7 […]

  • Women’s Healthcare of Morristown Gets Spooky

    Happy Halloween from our family to yours! It was a frightful day at Women’s Healthcare of Morristown as we celebrated Halloween. We hope your family had a great holiday and enjoyed all of the tricks and treats! 

  • Ribbon Cut on Women’s Healthcare of Morristown

    The camaraderie was evident on May 31 throughout the hallways of the extensively renovated facility that is home to Women’s Healthcare of Morristown. The three individuals who make up the team formed earlier this year through the efforts of Covenant Health – Kim C. Brooks, MD, Billy Black Jr., MD and Stacey Kesterson, WHNP – […]

  • Ribbon Cutting on May 31, 2018

    Women’s Healthcare of Morristown is holding a public ribbon cutting event that will include a facility tour, refreshments, and meet-and-greet with our OBGYN team. Joins us May 31, 2018!

  • Welcome Bill J. Black, MD

    Women’s Healthcare of Morristown is proud to welcome Bill J. Black, MD to our obstetrics and gynecology team. Dr. Black and the other providers deliver complete care for women in all stages of life. Learn more about Dr. Black.

  • Accepted Insurances

    Here is a full list of the accepted insurances plans at Women’s Healthcare of Morristown, including commercial, governmental, healthcare exchange, Medicare, and all TennCare plans.

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