Family practitioners specialize in treating the entire family, from infants to the elderly.
Northside Medical Clinic
Tim Hayden, M.D.
Elizabeth Londino, M.D.
Patient-Centered Physician's Care
Kimberly Howerton, M.D.
Kenneth R. Warren, M.D.
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Dr. Londino, a board-certified family practice physician, is a 1993 medical graduate of the University of Missouri at Columbia. Dr. Londino completed her three-year, family medicine residency at St. John’s Mercy in St. Louis, where she was chief resident. Dr. Londino has experience with eating disorders, and has post-graduate training in Fertility Awareness/Natural Family Planning (NFP) and its applications for women’s health, such as the evaluation and treatment of PMS, menstrual-related headaches, and some types of infertility and irregular cycles. Dr. Londino is past president and a board member of the West Tennessee Physicians' Alliance.
25 Security Drive, Suite A
Jackson, TN 38305
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Kimberly Howerton, M.D.
Dr. Kimberly Howerton is a board-certified family physician with Patient Centered Physician’s Care, P.C. in Jackson. After being a patient herself, she realized that medical care needed to be more personalized, accessible and patient-centered, she said.
Dr. Howerton is a West Tennessee native. She grew up in Millington, Tennessee, and has lived in West Tennessee her entire life. She is a graduate of Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee, and received her medical degree from The University of Tennessee-Health Sciences Center School of Medicine in 1997. She remained in Memphis as a part of the University of Tennessee-St. Francis Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Howerton also completed a fellowship in Advanced Women’s Health at UT-St. Francis.
Dr. Howerton is a clinical assistant professor with UT-Jackson Family Medicine Residency program and is an active member of the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians, serving as the secretary-treasurer. She is co-editor of the Tennessee Family Physician. She eagerly serves as a patient advocate on several state committees.
A native of Canada, Dr. Warren practiced in Milan, TN, for 13 years before moving his medical practice to Jackson in 1993. He was a professional engineer before entering medical school at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. His internship was at Royal Columbian Hospital in British Columbia. Dr. Warren is board certified in family practice.