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Kirk Andrew Thame, MD, MBBS

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4.4 4.4 83 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Colorectal Disorder
Esophageal Diseases
General Gastroenterology
Interventional Endoscopy
Pediatric Gastroenterology
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Education

MD
MBBS

Location(s)

Vanderbilt Children's Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
2200 Children's Way
Nashville, TN 37232
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Patient Comments

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Words can not describe how wonderful Kirk Thame is. We came to Kirk Thame for a second opinion and we met with him once and we were pleased. He answered so many questions that other doctors did not. Kirk took his time and went through everything step by step.. My family is from Bean Station that is around three hours away with time change, and I will continue to drive to see Kirk Thame. Kirk Thame is the best gastroenterologist.
Patient | July 31, 2017

No meds or follow-up care.
Patient | May 27, 2017

We drive 4 hrs. each way to see Dr. Thame he answered so many questions and he was so prepared to help.
Patient | May 9, 2017

Dr. Thame was very nice & considerate, thorough & clear.
Patient | April 26, 2017

Provider asked no questions about previous results and results concerning our child. Spoke to me and my husband as if we were under educated and over reacting to our sons condition we've dealt with for 8 years.
Patient | April 13, 2017

Dr. Thame always takes time to explain everything, love the dr.
Patient | February 20, 2017

Dr. Thame was kind and courteous. he was funny and not only talked to me but also my child. I appreciate his time he took with us and our many questions. As this was my first ever visit to Vanderbilt, he left a great first impression.
Patient | November 7, 2016

Dr. Thame is patient & wonderful!
Patient | October 24, 2016

Excellent!
Patient | September 1, 2016