Integrative medicine considers all evidence-informed, safe treatment alternatives for each individual patient. Dr. Cordovez and the care team work together to address the health of the whole person. Dr. Cordovez believes health is not as much as a destination, as it is a journey. She and the care team work together to make today your best day.

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Dr. Leah Cordovez is a double board-certified physician in integrative and internal medicine. She specializes in integrative medicine because she knows the importance of putting her patients in the center to treat them as a whole, by addressing their full range of physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual needs. After completing her residency, Dr. Cordovez joined Saint Thomas Medical Partners. Since then, she has continued her pursuit of medical education, completing a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the University of Arizona College of Medicine from 2015-2017. She holds a master’s degree in Healthcare Management from Vanderbilt’s Owen School of Business and serves as an affiliated associate professor of medicine at the University of Tennessee. She is a native of Panama and graduated from the University of Panama Medical School in 2000. She completed her residency through the University of Tennessee at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. During her time there, she served as Chief Resident of Internal Medicine