Dr. Andrew Dill- Family Practice, Gallatin TN 615-230-8070

  • Birthplace: Austin, Texas
  • Undergraduate Education: College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
  • Medical School: Medical University of South Carolina (Doctor of Medicine)
  • Residency: East Tennessee State University- Bristol, Tennessee
  • Board Certified in Family Practice
  • OYO Alpine Wilderness Medicine Certification
  • Wilderness and Expeditionary Medicine Certification
  • Former Major, United States Air Force

 

Dr. Dill graduated from the College of Charleston as a Harrison Randolph Scholar and earned his Medical Doctorate from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1999. After completing his Residency at ETSU- Bristol in Family Practice in 2002, he entered active duty in the United States Air Force and was stationed in California at Beale Air Force Base.  He served three and a half years active duty and earned the rank of Major in the Air Force Medical Corps. He served as primary care manager for the 9th Medical Group, 9th Air Maintenance Squadron, and dual Army Security Forces units. He also served as the Clinical Response Team Chief for the 9th Medical Group, preparing his unit for disaster contingencies and terrorist activity.  He was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service on January 22, 2006.

Dr. Dill, his wife, daughter and son live in Goodlettsville.  He is an active member of Rotary International- Gallatin, the National Rifle Association, and the Gallatin Gun Club. He holds a Technician Class Amateur Radio license, and is a member of the Sumner county ARES, Amateur Radio Emergency Services. He enjoys hunting, reading, cooking, backpacking, and the shooting sports. In the past he served for five years as the Family Practice Sports Medicine Physician for Gallatin High School Football, and worked for three years as the Chairman of the Gallatin Noon Club Rotary Program Selection Committee. He has practiced medicine in South Carolina, Tennessee, California, and North Carolina, and is proud to call Tennessee home.  He is now accepting new patients at this time.

Dr. Dill is now actively involved in publishing his first novel, a disaster epic involving a solar event and subsequent plague.  The novel, title forthcoming, is set in the Gallatin region and follows three groups of survivors that must battle with societal upheaval and collapse.  The book will be available on Amazon.com in September. More information will be forthcoming with links directly to the book's website and Createspace marketplace.



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