Family Clinic of Parsons, LLC

About Us


"I always knew I would go into a caring profession. I was immediately attracted to nursing." - Kim Inman 

While in graduate school, I earned recognition with Sigma Theta Tau for academic achievement and leadership. I am a member of The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American Nurses Association as well as other research based organizations for Family Nurse Practitioners.

Nurse Practitioners are educated under the nursing model which is designed to provide holistic and preventive care engaging the individual as the primary leader in their own care and well-being.  Nurse Practitioners bring the nursing history of patient advocacy to partner with the individual for mutually agreed upon treatments and optimal health outcomes.

Nurse practitioners are not physicians or doctors. However, some choose to work independently in rural areas and nursing homes and can act in place of primary care providers for medically underserved populations and rural areas.

Nurse Practitioners provide comprehensive, accessible, and coordinated family health care services.  

  • Comprehensive primary care to patients in the community ensuring continuity of care;

  • Holistic care that addresses all needs of each patient;

  • Enhanced health promotion;

  • Chronic Disease and illness management and prevention;

  • Care coordination and navigation of the health care system; and

  • Integrated care within the community through established partnerships


Providing caring, quality, complete, health care is our goal



28 September 2010

By Rita Mitchell

Married at 16 with a baby to care for, Kim Inman of Parsons, Tennessee, says, “I can remember sitting alone and thinking, I am a statistic.” She had always done well in school, but now had other priorities. “I didn’t have a babysitter or the money to hire one.” She tried taking her child with her to attend high school classes, but that wasn’t permitted. “So I left – forever.

The next day, she went to the GED (Graduate Equivalency Diploma) office and received her GED a month before her classmates graduated.

Several years later, that GED was the foundation for Inman to become a licensed practical nurse at 23; a registered nurse at 25; attend the University of Tennessee at Martin Parsons Center to earn a bachelor of science in nursing at 28; and then go on to receive a master of science in nursing-family nurse practitioner degree from the University of Memphis at 30. She is employed as a nurse practitioner and plans to begin her doctorate next spring. Inman and her husband, Waylon, now have two children.


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