Hookman Cardiology

Covenant Health is pleased to announce the opening of Hookman Cardiology, the practice of board-certified cardiologist Lawrence Hookman, MD, FACC. The new practice will provide comprehensive, quality care for patients with heart disease. Dr. Hookman partners with the heart doctors and hospitals of Covenant Health for patient access to complete cardiac care.

Dr. Hookman has provided quality cardiovascular care since 1988 and looks forward to seeing patients at his office locations in Clinton and Tazewell, Tennessee and at Claiborne Medical Center

Lawrence Hookman, MD, FACC of Hookman Cardiology
Lawrence Hookman, MD, FACC

Lawrence Hookman, MD, FACC

Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology

Medical School:

Southwestern Medical School


Cardiovascular Disease,
Indiana University School of Medicine


Interventional Cardiology,
Indiana University School of Medicine

Office Locations:

Hookman Cardiology

Claiborne Medical Center
(located inside Claiborne Heart Center)
1850 Old Knoxville Road
Tazewell, TN 37879

To schedule an appointment or more information, call (423) 526-0700.

(located inside McNeeley Family Physicians practice)
110 Executive Park Drive
Clinton, TN 37716

To schedule an appointment or more information, call (865) 494-3279.

About Us

Hookman Cardiology is a proud member of Covenant Medical Group and Covenant Health, our region’s top performing healthcare network. We are a not-for-profit, community-owned health system headquartered in Knoxville with nine acute-care hospitals, 10,000 employees, and more than 1,500 affiliated physicians. Covenant Health has been named by Forbes as One of America’s Best Employers two years in a row. 

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