Children’s Clinic East continued its expansion Monday, as they opened up a new office in Lebanon.
This makes the third office for the practice, who also have locations in Hermitage and Mt. Juliet.
Dr. Samuel Orr will be the lead doctor on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and Dr. Donna Lett will be in the Lebanon office on Thursdays.
While the office will be smaller than the Hermitage or Mt. Juliet locations, the doctors will still be able to do essentially everything they do at the other two offices.
“In essence, it’s just a smaller version of what we have here [Mt. Juliet],” said Dr. Orr.
There is a large client population that live in the Lebanon area, so expectations are that they will be pretty busy, pretty fast.
The new location in Lebanon is located at 103 Physicians Way, Suite 100, Lebanon, TN 37090. They can be reached at (615)466-9770.
ABOUT THE DOCTORS
Dr. Samuel Orr
Dr. Orr is originally from Jackson, Miss. He attended undergraduate school at Vanderbilt University and the University of Mississippi. He graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, then completed his pediatric residency at Scott and White/Texas A&M in Temple, TX, going on to work for Scott and White in Waco, TX for twelve years. Wanting to get back closer to family and to the Nashville area, he has recently relocated to Lebanon.
Dr. Orr and his wife Kim have two daughters. They love to travel and go to concerts. He enjoys teaching and in fact was an assistant professor of inpatient medicine while with Scott and White. His interests outside of medicine include trail running and marathoning.
Dr. Donna Lett
Dr. Donna Woodall Lett is a native middle Tennessean who has been practicing at Children’s Clinic East since 2002. After graduating from Austin Peay State University, Dr. Lett received her medical degree from the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences. She completed her pediatric residency training in Columbia, South Carolina at Richland Memorial Hospital/USC, Columbia. She practiced pediatrics in South Carolina and later moved to Chattanooga where she was an assistant professor of pediatrics at TC Thompson Children’s Hospital/UT Chattanooga. Her practice experience includes Level 2 NICU care, newborn nursery, pediatric emergency department, child sexual abuse evaluation, resident and medical student education, and outpatient pediatrics. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is a member of AOA Honor Medical Society.
Dr. Lett lives in Lebanon with her husband and daughter. She and her family are very active members of their church and school communities. In her free time she enjoys running, weight training, cycling and singing.
Dr. Lett is grateful for the opportunity to practice in Wilson County and to actively participate in the health and well-being of young family members.