NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville General Hospital is pleased to announce that Kevin Billups, MD is expanding his practice to bring a Men’s Health Center and the 90-day Men’s Health Challenge, a lifestyle program, to Nashville Healthcare Center Midtown. Dr. Billups is a Johns Hopkins-trained urologist and an expert in men’s health. He completed fellowship training in sexual medicine, male infertility, and vascular biology at the University of Virginia. Dr. Billups is a professor of medicine at Meharry Medical College.
Dr. Billups focuses on preventive care for men by addressing the four main medical causes of men’s health issues, including blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, and waist circumference (belly fat). Dr. Billups believes that through education you can engage and empower men to improve their overall health, longevity, performance, and quality of life.
“June is Men’s Health month and now is a great time to remind the men in your life to schedule a Men’s Health wellness assessment, before they experience sexual or other health concerns,” said Dr. Kevin Billups. “When men proactively get checked out, we can help address causes before they become problems. Not just for the men, but also for their relationships.”
Dr. Billups is now taking appointments at Nashville Healthcare Center Midtown conveniently located at 1919 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN 37203. Interested patients are invited to attend an open house at Nashville Healthcare Center Midtown on Monday, May 23 between 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to meet Dr. Billups and learn more about Men’s Health and the 90-day Men’s Health Challenge.
To learn more about Nashville Healthcare Center and Dr. Billups, visit https://nashvillegeneral.org/clinics-services/mens-health.
Founded in 1890 as City Hospital, the area’s original community hospital, Nashville General Hospital provides quality care for more than 58,000 patients each year.
Nashville General is committed to improving the health and wellness of Nashville by providing equitable access to coordinated patient-centered care – including specialty care through the 23 outpatient clinics of Nashville Healthcare Center – and training tomorrow’s caregivers.
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