Brian Carlson received his medical degree from
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville,
Tennessee. His residency was at the Parkland Memorial
Hospital in Dallas, Texas in Anatomic and Clinical
Pathology. Dr. Carlson began with Pathologists' Laboratory,
PC in 1982. Dr. Carlson is certified by the American Board
of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Direct
Dr. Meiklejohn McKenzie joined
Community Pathology in 2010. Dr. McKenzie received his
medical degree at Kansas City University of Medicine and
Biosciences in 2006. He then completed a combined residency
in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of
Alabama at Birmingham. Following his residency, Dr. McKenzie
completed a subspecialty fellowship in cytopathology at the
University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. McKenzie also
served as visiting fellow at Oupatient Cytopathology Center
in Johnson City, Tennessee under Dr. Susan Rollins, an
internationally recognized expert in fine needle aspiration.
Dr. McKenzie is board certified in anatomic pathology,
clinical pathology, and cytopathology.
Dr. McKenzie has special interests in breast pathology and
cytopathology. This latter interest includes fine needle
aspiration cytology. Dr. McKenzie has also obtained
additional certification in ultrasound-guided fine needle
aspiration by the College of American Pathologists. In 2012,
Dr. McKenzie established only the second freestanding fine
needle aspiration clinic in the state. The fine needle
aspiration clinic at Community Pathology offers patients the
opportunity to undergo minimally invasive biopsies of the
thyroid, lymph nodes, salivary glands, soft tissue, and
breast under ultrasound guidance.
Dr. McKenzie serves as the laboratory director for Community
Pathology Laboratory. Dr. McKenzie is a fellow of the
College of American Pathologists and is a member of the
Papanicalaou Society. Away from work, Dr. McKenzie spends
his time with his wife and three young sons as well as
cheering for his alma mater, the University of Alabama. Roll
Dr. Jason Nolan has been at
Community Pathology since 2007. Dr. Nolan received his
medical degree at The University of Tennessee Health
Sciences Center in Memphis, Tennessee. He then completed a
combined residency in anatomic and clinical pathology at the
University of Alabama at Birmingham. Following his residency
Dr. Nolan completed a subspecialty fellowship in
hematopathology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
He is board certified in anatomic pathology, clinical
pathology, and hematopathology.
Dr. Nolan has a special interest in hematopathology,
particularly the diagnosis of leukemia and lymphoma. He also
serves as the laboratory director for Cookeville Regional
Medical Center, Livingston Regional Medical Center,
Cumberland County Hospital, and Monroe County Medical
Center. Dr. Nolan also serves on the Board of Directors for
Cookeville Regional Medical Center, and is the current
president of the Tennessee Society of Pathologists. Dr.
Nolan and his wife reside in Cookeville and are the proud
parents of two daughters.
Dr. Timothy J. Collins, M.D.
received his Medical degree from West Virginia School of
Medicine in Morgantown, West Virginia. His surgical
residency was at West Virginia University Health Sciences
Center in Charleston, West Virginia, and his Combined
Residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology was at
University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville,
Tennessee. Dr. Collins is certified by the American Board of
Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.