• Sue  Prill

    (423) 844-5650
    Dr. Sue Prill


    Oncology Hematology
    Palliative Medicine/Hospice


    Medical School: University of Texas Med Branch
    Internship: University of Texas Med. Branch
    Residency: University of Texas Medical Branch
    Fellowship: University of Texas Medical Branch

    Primary Location:

    WMA Hematology/Oncology Bristol
    1 Medical Park Blvd. Suite 102W
    Bristol, TN
    Phone: (423) 844-5650
    Fax: (423) 844-5655
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    Additional Locations:
    WMA Hematology & Oncology at Bristol
    349 Island Road
    Bristol, VA
    Phone: (276) 469-4200
    Fax: (276) 469-4249
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    WMA Hematology & Oncology SWVA
    671 Highway 58 East
    Norton, VA
    Phone: (276) 679-5874
    Fax: (276) 679-6912
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    WMA Johnson City
    316 Marketplace Blvd. Suite 20
    Johnson City, TN
    Phone: (423) 433-6390
    Fax: (423) 610-0049
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    Dr. Prill earned her medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. She also completed her internship, residency and fellowship at the University of Texas Medical Branch. The bond she gets to create with patients is one of the reasons Dr. Prill enjoys being an oncologist. She feels honored to take care of her patients and their families during a very trying time in their lives. She experiences the ups and downs right along with her patients and their families, friends and support groups. Wellmont Medical Associates offers some of the region's most skilled and compassionate medical experts, with access to the region's most advanced cancer treatment technologies and best cancer treatment centers through the Wellmont Cancer Institute.Where do you go to escape the office?When I need to escape the office I go home. We live in the country and have a great view of the mountains and trees. What photos do you keep on your desk?I keep one of me and my daughter and another of me, my daughter and husband. My family is the thing that motivates me. They are on my desk to remind me how important they are to my life. What are you never without?I am never without my electronics. I like to have my iPad, iPhone and computer. I’m an IT junkie! What attracted you to oncology?Oncology is a field that is constantly changing, so it appeals to the scientist in me. It is also a field where I really get to help patients going through tremendous emotional stress and upheaval. I also receive so many positives from the interaction I have with my patients.

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