Dr. Julie Stinson-Reynolds
Julie Stinson-Reynolds is a Nashville native. She received her bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Agnes Scott College in 1995. She completed her medical degree from University of Tennessee Medical Center in Memphis in 2000. She stayed in Memphis for her Internal Medicine residency at Methodist University Hospital which she completed in 2003.
She then moved back home to Nashville and joined Middle Tennessee Internal Medicine Associates. She is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Stinson-Reynolds has passion for preventative medicine.
Dr. Stinson-Reynolds is active in her church particularly in youth ministry. She enjoys reading, physical strength training and of course spending time with her husband, daughter, and family members.
Jacob B. Page, ACNP
Jacob B. Page has been an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at Middle Tennessee Internal Medicine Associates since 2007.
Mr. Page graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in 2007.
Prior to graduate school, he attended Lipscomb University and received his undergraduate degree in Biology and Applied Biochemistry.
Jacob is an avid sports fan, and loves working with orthopedic patients. He specializes in steroidal joint injections, and recently started offering more invasive therapies with sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronan or HA) injections.
Jacob has also worked in travel medicine for the past six years, and enjoys making sure his patients are effectively vaccinated prior to all international travel.
Jacob enjoys spending time outside of the office with his wife and friends. His favorite hobbies include playing golf, watching Tennessee Vols football and skiing.
Sylvia Parker, Office Manager
Sylvia Parker has been with Middle Tennessee Internal Medicine Associates since 2005.
She has been an office manager for more than twenty-nine years in Urgent Care, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine.