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Meet Our Caregivers – Lindsay Lloyd, MS, FNP-BC

Erlanger Primary Care - Lookout Mountain

Contributing to her Community

For Lindsay Lloyd, working at Erlanger Primary Care on Lookout Mountain means that strangers are hard to come by. “We get to know our patients and their families well, as they are all part of our small community on Lookout Mountain,” she shares. “I really love helping out people in my community.” Lloyd recently experienced the impact her practice can have on someone’s life, and it’s a timely reminder about the importance of early detection. She explains, “One of our patients got their routine colonoscopy through the urging of our clinic. They discovered early cancer cells that are able to be treated. If she had not gotten her colonoscopy, her cancer would have been much more advanced at a later time. She was grateful that we urged her to get routine health maintenance.”  

I want our patients to know that we are here for them.”

My Credentials

Master’s Degree:

Southern Adventist University – Collegedale, TN 


American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

My Specialties

Family Practice

Primary Care

1. What does your day-to-day look like?

I live on Lookout Mountain, where my practice is located, so my commute is short! As a primary care practice, we handle all health maintenance, referrals, and immunizations. We also handle sick visits and X-rays.  

2. What influenced you to pursue your career?

My father is a doctor, and my mother is a nurse; this paved the way for my career. I really enjoy helping people and working through their issues together.  

3. What’s the key to making a great first impression?

Be yourself and be genuine. Listening to patients is so incredibly important. When people reach out to their primary care practitioner, it’s one of the best forms of self-care. 

4. What is your best advice for patients?

Early detection and prevention can save lives. It is so important to use the resources we have in modern medicine. 

5. What would you consider to be your main strengths?

Connecting with patients and going the extra mile to handle their care. I cherish the conversations that I have with my patients. We can teach each other so much. 

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