Menu

IMG 1806Dr. Scott C. Mitchell is a family practice physician specializing in medical weight loss. Dr. Mitchell completed his undergraduate degree at Tufts University and then continued on at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA where he received his M.D. Upon completion of medical school, he attended the University of Connecticut, Asylum Hill Family Practice Residency Program at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, CT. In his final year of residency he was chosen by his peers to be Cheif Resident. After finishing residency, he served as a Captain in the U.S. Army for four years at Joel Health Clinic and Womack Army Medical Center where he provided a full array of family medicine to service members, their families, and retirees.

He takes the time to get to know each and every patient. When you meet with him, you know that you have his full attention and he is attentive to your concerns.

His treatments are custom tailored to each individual patient’s goals and medical history. That kind of personal service is the reason Millennium Medical Weight Loss has twice been awarded the Chattanooga Times Free Press People’s Choice Award. The caring attitude of Dr. Mitchell and the rest of the friendly Millennium staff have turned patients into fans all over the Chattanooga metropolitan area, and as far away as Knoxville.

Beth-2

Office Manager Beth Taylor started out in the dental field, in which she worked for eight years before earning her nursing degree from Gordon College. She has now been working in healthcare since 2006. Beth spent three years working for a radiology group, where she earned the trust of their many patients and a reputation for being both cheerful and compassionate. She joined Dr. Mitchell's practice in 2009 and has greatly enjoyed the oportunity to work on a more personal level with Millennium Medical Weight Loss' patients. Her goal is to help each and every visitor to Millennium feel safe and secure.

special
care credit