January 21, 2020

Southern Tennessee Regional Health System is pleased to announce the addition of nurse practitioner, Amanda Endsley, to their ever growing network of professional healthcare providers. Endsley will join the staff at Lynchburg Medical Center in Lynchburg, Tennessee.

“We are very excited to welcome Amanda Endsley, FNP-C to our medical staff at Lynchburg Medical Center,” said Cliff Wilson, CEO of Southern Tennessee Regional Health System-Winchester/Sewanee.  “The addition of another outstanding family nurse practitioner in Lynchburg illustrates our commitment to making communities healthier.”  

Amanda began her career in healthcare by completing her associates’ degree in General Studies at Motlow State in Lynchburg, TN.  From there, she completed her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Nursing at the University of Alabama at Huntsville. Endsley achieved her goal of earning her Masters of Science in Nursing at the University of Alabama at Huntsville in 2017 and is anticipated to complete her Doctorate of Nursing Practice this year.

Amanda has worked in Winchester at Southern Tennessee Regional Health System’s Women’s Center as Charge Nurse since 2015.  She has also worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner in Tullahoma, Tennessee since 2018.

Amanda is now accepting new patients at Lynchburg Medical Center (LMC).  LMC is offers urgent care, welcomes walk-ins, accepts primary care appointments and provides an occupational medicine program to the industries in its area. 

LMC strives to provide the most comprehensive diagnosis and treatment in one easy to navigate location with a full service lab for quick testing and fast results and digital imaging with in-house x-ray equipment.

LMC is located at 491 Majors Blvd. and is open Monday-Friday 7 AM-7 PM, Saturday 8 AM-4 PM and Sunday 1 PM-5PM.  To schedule an appointment, please call 931.759.4727. For more information visit

About Southern Tennessee Regional Health System

Part of LifePoint Health, Southern Tennessee Regional Health System (STRHS) is a regional network of hospitals and health care services serving the healthcare needs of communities in the southern Tennessee region with facilities in Winchester, Sewanee, Pulaski, and Lawrenceburg.  The system has 382 licensed beds, more than 300 affiliated physicians, 1,250 employees, and serves more than 160,000 people in rural communities in the region.  The Winchester campus provides inpatient and outpatient services to Franklin County and the surrounding area at its 131-bed acute care facility and physician practices. For more information, visit