Your Health Reimagined
Tennessee Osteopathic Center (TOC) is a direct primary care practice that operates on a monthly membership fee instead of insurance, allowing you and your doctor to make the final decision about your healthcare. By leaving the fee-for-service model behind, we can offer exceptional quality of care in an unhurried, relaxed environment that focuses on your overall health and wellness.
The membership fee is paid directly to TOC so you know upfront how much your healthcare will cost. Any lab tests and procedures performed in the office are included in your membership. House calls and after hours visits are also available, when appropriate, at no additional charge. Contact us today to set up an appointment with our primary care doctor.
Benefits of Being a DPC Member
Direct Primary Care
Tennessee Osteopathic Center (TOC) is a direct primary care practice that operates on a monthly membership fee and does not accept insurance which allows you and your doctor to make the final decision about your healthcare. The membership fee is paid directly to TOC so you know upfront how much your healthcare will cost.
We offer osteopathic consult and treatment services to non-members on a fee for service basis. This treatment embodies the core philosophy and practice of traditional osteopathy in a contemporary, result-oriented, evidence-based fashion. Referral is accepted but not required.
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Born and raised in Cleveland, TN, Dr. Tyler McCurry is a board certified Family Physician who obtained his medical degree from Lincoln Memorial University – Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training at East Tennessee State University. During his time at LMU-DCOM, Dr. McCurry completed a one year teaching fellowship in Osteopathic Principles and Practices and Medical Gross Anatomy. While at ETSU, he was part of the inaugural Longitudinal Acupuncture and Integrative Health Training in Residency where he received hands-on training in acupuncture and integrative health. He also served as chief resident in his final year and was the recipient of the Integrative Medicine award.
After residency in 2016, Dr. McCurry returned to his hometown where he has practiced medicine ever since. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading books and listening to podcasts, and walking in nature.