Dr. Beth Phillips

Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) Phillips graduated from The University of the South (otherwise known as Sewanee) with a BS in Biology in 1991.  She earned her MD in 1995 at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, AL.  She served as a General Medical Officer in the United States Navy, including four years of operational medicine on two different ships, as well as an additional year of training in Internal Medicine.  In 2003, Dr. Phillips completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at LSU Baton Rouge, and has been practicing EM in both rural and urban communities, as well as in academic appointments.

Dr. Phillips is Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine.  She is also a Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine, and in 2008 she completed her Master’s in Business Administration through Auburn University.

While Emergency Medicine provides a challenging and important part of the healthcare spectrum, Dr. Phillips became interested in also offering medical services that address the preventative aspects of wellness, the confidence-bolstering benefits of aesthetics, and the regenerative power of biologic products for repairing and restoring the body.  Through advanced training in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, and therapeutic nutrient therapy, Dr. Phillips intends to help her patients manage or even prevent issues related to aging, including cardiac disease, brain function, endocrine disease (i.e. diabetes, thyroid disorders), and weight management; additionally, with the use of both cell-based and non-cell based biologic agents, she intends to help her patients alleviate the pain associated with chronic joint inflammation and damage, as well as regenerate musculoskeletal and dermal tissues.  She believes that the proactive management of these age-related sources of illness and injury, balancing key hormone regulatory systems, and the use of cellular-based regenerative factors will allow her patients to avoid the need for multiple medications and surgeries.