Who are we
We represent a group of physicians and healthcare providers committed to freedom in the practice of medicine and the preservation of the patient /provider relationship, without corporate or government interference.
Why we are here
Too many of us have experienced harassment, censorship, intrusion into the patient/provider relationship,and frank withholding of life-saving treatment from our patients during the SARS-CoV2 era and we are fighting back.
What we have seen
We have witnessed financially and politically derived data called “science”, governmental agencies (CDC, NIH, WHO) manipulating data and refusing consideration of safe and effective repurposing of drugs for SARS-CoV2, corporations/hospital systems denying the use of FDA approved valid options for life-saving treatment of SARS-CoV2, pharmacies withholding FDA approved medications for valid off label usage, media harassment, jobs threatened if we dare speak the unapproved narrative, and injustices occurring in the treatment of our sick patients.
What we can do
Share information, provide resources for combating the widespread prohibition against use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine in early treatment and hospitalized patients, join forces to make our voices heard, continue to fight legislatively with our State Representatives and Senators in the Tennessee Legislature for laws that protect of freedom to treat patients without government interference, and encourage each other.
How you can help
Join forces with like-minded, forward-thinking healthcare professionals who want to preserve lives and defend medical freedom.
Tennessee Freedom Doctors is a a network of Tennessee Doctors standing against corporations practicing medicine and standing for physician and patient rights.
Our mission is to put health choice back in the hands of the patient and the family’s chosen doctor.
COVID has politicized medicine. And it is taking away the ability of a physician to practice his/her trade. Additionally, it is blocking the patient and physician rights to try. We aim to protect patient and physician rights, to improve patient outcomes, and uphold medical freedom.