Williamson Medical Center recently welcomed a new primary care physician, Alessandra Glaser, MD, to Williamson Medical Group (WMG). She joined the WMG Family Medicine team in January and is assuming care for the patients of John Thompson, MD, who wish to remain in the Franklin location, in addition to taking new patients. Thompson will be transitioning to the new WMG Nolensville clinic. Glaser is board certified in family medicine. Before joining WMG, she formerly worked as an emergency medicine physician in the TriStar Emergency Department in Spring Hill. She completed her residency at Mayo Clinic after receiving her medical degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her alma mater is the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign where she majored in biology.
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Williamson Medical Center recently welcomed a new primary care physician, Alessandra Glaser, MD, to Williamson Medical Group (WMG).