Marc W. Cromie, MD

Marc W. Cromie, MD

Allergy & Asthma Specialist

Dr. Cromie sees patients at the following locations:

Hixson - Monday

Cleveland - Tuesday

Lee Highway - Wednesday & Friday

Fort Oglethorpe - Thursday

Dr. Cromie is a double-boarded pediatric and adult allergy and asthma specialist. He is board certified by the American Board of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and by the American Board of Pediatrics. He is licensed to practice medicine in Tennessee and Georgia.

Dr. Cromie received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1995 and completed his pediatric residency at T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital in 1998. After completing a Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. Cromie joined Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in July 2000.

Dr. Cromie is a member of both the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology and the American College of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology. He is on staff at T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital as a clinical instructor and serves as an instructor for the UT College of Medicine Department of Family Practice. Dr. Cromie is active in his community, serving as 2003 Chairman of the American Lung Association Annual Gala. He is past president of the Chattanooga/Hamilton County Pediatric Society and currently serves as the president of the Tennessee Allergy Society. Dr. Cromie was elected as a delegate to the Tennessee Medical Association and serves on the board of directors for T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital Foundation.  He also serves as a Board Member for Cystic Fibrosis, Emily Power for a Cure - Neuroblastoma Research Foundation, and Junior Achievement.

Dr. Cromie is a sports enthusiast who enjoys spending time with his wife Allison, and their five children, Hayden, Kali, Will, Ellie and Ward. Dr. Cromie’s personal affliction with childhood asthma and allergies allows him to relate to patients of all ages.

Dr. Cromie was voted “Best Allergist” six years in a row (2009-2014) for Chattanooga as well as 2011 through 2014 for North Georgia by the Chattanooga Times Free Press readers.