Two Memorial Hospital doctors change locationsDecember 7, 2020
Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center announced that two physicians have moved locations.
Dr. Darin Thomas has moved from First Avenue in Jasper to Memorial Hospital's Huntingburg Clinic. He joins primary care providers Dr. Mary Burgeson, Dr. Leroy Schaefer and Family Nurse Practitioner Angela Persohn. Huntingburg Clinic is located at 407 E. 22nd St. in Huntingburg.
Thomas received his medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago and completed a residency in internal medicine at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
He is accepting new patients age 16 and older. To schedule an appointment, call 812-683-3612.
Dr. Charles Tollett, Jr. has moved from the Huntingburg Clinic to Memorial Surgical Associates, 1025 W. First Ave, in Jasper. He joins Dr. Megan Stevenson to provide general surgery care to the local region.
Tollett earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he also completed his internship and general surgery residency programs. Board certified by the American Board of Surgery, he is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgery. He joined the active medical staff at Memorial Hospital in 1997.
To schedule an appointment at Memorial Surgical Associates, call 812-996-6580.
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