Hannah Dareing, Physician Assistant

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Hannah was raised in Knoxville and attended University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemical Cellular and Molecular Biology, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2014. While in school she taught supplemental Chemistry courses at UT as well as worked part time in an Orthopedic Surgery office. She went to South College for her Master of Health Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies, and graduated in 2016. She was inducted into the Pi Alpha Honor Society for Physician Assistants for academic achievement. She is board certified by the NCCPA.

Hannah joined Summit Medical Group in April 2017, rotating between all the clinics in Summit, and was excited to officially join Tennessee Center for Internal Medicine in June 2018.

Hannah lives with her husband, Tron, and her two dogs in their Knoxville home. She also spends time with her parents and two sisters who live in town.


Preventive care is the hallmark of internal medicine, and often results in long-term cost savings on health care. In order to help our patients avoid preventable and costly illness, we offer routine exams, screenings and immunizations including annual flu shots.


As primary care physicians, we are expertly equipped to diagnose and treat a host of medical conditions from the simple to the complex. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with on-site diagnostic equipment such as EKG (electrocardiogram heart monitor), X-ray, pulmonary function testing, and audiometry (for hearing testing).

Coordinated care

One of the jobs of a primary care physician is to coordinate patient care. We use Electronic Medical Records (EMR) to keep comprehensive charts for each patient, including records received from other physicians, clinics and hospitals. It makes complete patient information accessible right in the examination room, enabling our physicians to make informed diagnosis and treatment decisions. Additionally, we use e-prescribing to speed up the prescription process and reduce medication errors.