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**Currently not accepting new patients.** Child and adolescent patients are being referred to Dr. Cynthia Easter at Bright Star Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 

To learn more or to schedule an appointment, follow the directions on my New Paitients page.


Linda F. Cabage
659 Morganton Square Dr.
Maryville, TN 37801-4763

Phone: (865) 984-9933  *  Fax: (865) 982-9428

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• Get on Alcoa Highway (US-129 S) traveling south.

• Keep right at fork (toward US-129 S and US-411). You will go through three red lights.

• Turn left at third red light onto W Lamar Alexander Pkwy (US-321 N). Target shopping center will be to your left.

• Continue down W Lamar Alexander Pkwy.

• When you go past AAA Auto club at left, get in left lane and prepare to turn left.

• Turn left onto N Houston St (you will see a BP station to your right, big white house at left – if you reach Simmons St, you’ve gone a too far).

• On N Houston, take the first left onto Morganton Square Dr (no street sign, Personal Care Choices on corner, Lord Street to right).

• Turn right into parking lot at first building complex on right.

• We are the last office on your right in this group of buildings.

• The sign above our doors says “Health Associates of Maryville”.

NOTE: Please plan to arrive at your appointment early, as finding our office the first time may require extra time and you will be asked to fill out additional paperwork. Thank you.

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