Knoxville, TN





From West Knoxvile/Sweetwater/Athens:

Take I-75/I-40 North to Lovell Road (exit 374). Turn right onto Lovell Road. Turn left onto Kingston Pike. Once you have passed the second red light (David Lane), turn right on the access road that runs between Subway and Fisher Tire. Woolfson Eye Institute/Dr. David Smith’s office is the red brick building on the right, directly behind the Subway.

From Maryville:

Take I-140 (Pellissippi Parkway) toward Oak Ridge. Take Kingston Pike exit and turn left onto Kingston Pike. Continue straight on Kingston Pike through the first light and turn left onto the access road that runs between Subway and Fisher Tire. Woolfson Eye Institute/Dr. David Smith’s office is the red brick building on the right, directly behind the Subway.

From Halls/Tazewell:

Take I-640 West to I-40 West. Continue to I-140 (Pellissippi Parkway) towards Maryville. Take the first exit onto Kingston Pike WEST. Continue straight on Kingston Pike through the first light and turn left onto the access road that runs between the Subway and Fisher Tire. Woolfson Eye Institute/Dr. David Smith’s office is the red brick building on the right, directly behind the Subway.

From Harriman/Rockwood:

Take I-40 East to Lovell Road (exit 374). Turn right onto Lovell Road. Turn left onto Kingston Pike. Once you have passed the second red light (David Lane), turn right on the access road that runs between Subway and Fisher Tire. Woolfson Eye Institute/Dr. David Smith’s office is the red brick building on the right, directly behind the Subway.


Doctors Serving this Location

Jonathan Woolfson, MD

10240 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37922

865-238-0887


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