Leadership

Dr. Randy Pardue
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Randy PardueEducational Information
University of Tennessee, BA, 1983
University of Tennessee School of Medicine, MD, 1987
Practice Experience
1990-Present Trinity Medical Associates, PC
Certification and Licensures
Diplomat, American Board of Family Practice, 
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Professional Organizations
American Academy of Family Physicians
Procedures
Colonoscopy,
 EGD,
 Vasectomy,
 Skin Surgery, 
Exercise treadmill testing

Dr. Pardue is a practicing family physician with over 25 years experience in managing the health care of hundreds of patients. He was one of the first in the medical community to identify the effect lifestyle habits have on patient health and quality of life.

His growing concern over the high number and increasingly lower age of patients presenting with chronic diseases, along with the need to prescribe more and higher doses of medication to manage these medical conditions, led to a personal commitment to identifying new, scientifically proven methods to “prevent, delay and reverse the development of chronic diseases and transform how American physicians treat chronic disease.” In 2010, Dr. Pardue co-founded VitalSigns to support his new and transformative process for managing chronic disease.

VitalSigns is part of Trinity Medical Associates and offers a singularly unique, tightly integrated, 360° approach to managing the health and wellness of its members. At the center of each individual wellness plan is a physician. Individual wellness plans are based on current health status, monitored throughout program duration based on medically-directed milestones, and are based on scientifically proven methods for permanently changing the destructive habits behind many health-related diseases.

The VitalSigns physician-designed and directed approach to identifying and improving keystone lifestyle habits has resulted in the successful reversal of serious health-related conditions including metabolic syndrome/diabetes, elevated blood lipids, high blood pressure, as well as obesity and dramatic improvements in member energy levels, concentration and emotional health.

Dr. Pardue lectures on the specific topics of stress, sleep, nutrition, exercise, brain training, and how small modifications in any of these areas can have a big impact on individual longevity and quality of life.

Dr. Bruce Allsop

Dr. Bruce AllsopEducational information
Houghton College, BS, 1982
East Tennessee State University,
University of Tennessee School of Medicine, MD, 1987
Practice Experience
1990-Present Trinity Medical Associates, PC
Certification and Licensures
Diplomat, American Board of Family Practice, 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support, 
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Professional Organizations
American Academy of Family Physicians
Procedures
Colonoscopy, 
EGD, 
Vasectomy
, Skin Surgery, 
Exercise treadmill testing

Dr. Mike Green

Dr. Mike GreenEducational Information
University of Tennessee, BA
University of Memphis, MD
Practice Experience
1997-Present Trinity Medical Associates, PC
Certification and Licensures
Internal Medicine, 
Pediatrics, 
Pediatric Advanced Life Support, 
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Professional Organization
AAP, Fellow
ACP, Diplomat
Procedures
Minor skin lesion removal,
 Exercise treadmill testing
Hobbies and Interests
Running, hiking, camping, cycling, medical missions, wellness, fitness, family, children’s ministries, spending time with and learning from the One who made us all.

Dr. Andrew Smith

Dr. Andrew SmithEducational information
Cornell University, BS
University of Vermont, Burlington, MD
Biblical Theological Seminary
Practice Experience
2001-Present Trinity Medical Associates, PC
1989-2001 Boca General and Family Medicine, PA
Certification and Licensures
Medical License 1989-present, 
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Professional Organizations
American Board of Family Practice, Fellow
 Christian Medical and Dental Association
Procedures
Minor skin lesion removals, 
Exercise treadmill testing
Hobbies and Interests
Raising goats, ducks, chickens and seven much-loved children with the woman God has given me to love, camping, hiking, medical missions and learning to more deeply love the One who died for me.

Dr. Mark McColl

Dr. Mark McCollEducational Information
University of Tennessee, BS, 1996
Covenant Theological Seminary, MA, 1998
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis, MD, 2002
University of Kentucky, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency, 2006
Practice Experience
Trinity Medical Associates
Challenger Corporation
Certification and Licensures
American Board of Internal Medicine Certification
, American Board of Pediatrics Certification,
 Pediatric Advanced Life Support
, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Professional Organizations
Christian Medical Association,
 American College of Physicians, Diplomat, 
Member of National Lipid Association
Procedures
Treadmill exercise testing
Areas of Focus
Immunization advocacy:
 “I believe vaccinations are essential to preventing childhood deaths.”
 Preventative medicine:
 “To prevent the bypass don’t bypass prevention.”
 Chronic disease management:
 “Establishing a plan, a guide, a roadmap is the best way to get chronic diseases under control.” 
“Cures don’t happen by accident. You have to make a plan and follow it.” 
Integration of physical and spiritual health:
 “A man’s spirit will endure sickness, but a crushed spirit who can bear?” Proverbs 18:14 ESV

Leah Parker
Administrator

Leah has been with Trinity Medical Associates since 2002 and VitalSigns since 2010. Leah has over 29 years of experience in healthcare administration working in operational and accounting/finance positions in both hospitals and practice management companies. She graduated with a BBA in Accounting from the University of Texas and earned her CPA certificate in 1986. Leah is gifted with strong leadership skills exemplified by the team that has been developed and the growth TMA and VS has experienced under her direction.

Rebecca Johnson, ACE-CPT
Director of Wellness

Rebecca has over 18 years of experience working in many diverse areas of health and wellness, including corporate wellness, bariatric surgery, and personal training. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in ExerciseIMG_4483 copy Physiology from The University of Tennessee and has been a Certified Personal Trainer with the American Council on Exercise (ACE) since 2006. Rebecca is a Knoxville native and was a competitive gymnast for 13 years. Whether it is presenting to groups or working one-on-one with individuals, Rebecca has a strong passion for educating and encouraging others toward better health.

 

Amy Chastain
Facility Manager/Program Coordinator

Amy Chastain has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Carson Newman University.  She manages the day-to-day operation of our gym and oversees all training aspects. As Program Coordinator Amy is responsible for collecting data and preparing reports for our various entities; performing administrative duties for Biometrics and On-Site Flu Shots; as well as assisting in the administration of various VitalSigns programs.  Amy’s organizational ability and communication skills are an asset to the VitalSigns team.

Carly Slagle, RD, LDN
Registered Dietitian

Carly Slagle is a Registered Dietitian with a Bachelor’s in Science of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. She completed her Dietetic Internship through Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship Program, located in Boston, Massachusetts and is a member of The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Carly promotes an integrative and holistic health approach. Through one-on-one nutrition counseling and corporate wellness programs, she uses her passion to teach others how to implement this approach into daily living. Carly was born and raised in Knoxville, where she currently resides with her husband, Scott. She enjoys running and being active, cooking with her husband and spending quality time with her family and friends.