Former Atomic Workers in Tennessee

Thousands of former Department of Energy and Atomic workers living in Tennessee suffer from illnesses due to their workplace exposure to radioactive and toxic substances.

Nuclear Care Partners is one of the largest home care providers serving former atomic workers across the United States. We provide benefits guidance, advocacy, and the highest quality of in-home care to former atomic workers in Tennessee, including former Y-12, K-25, and Oak Ridge National Lab workers. Our patient-centered care prioritizes your personal health needs & wants, being responsive, fostering a trusting caregiving relationship, emphasizing your freedom of choice, and promoting physical & emotional comfort.

Connect With Your Local Benefits Specialist

Stephen can help you determine your EEOICPA benefit eligibility, establish your next steps, connect you to resources to help you file your claim, & help you get the most out of your white card benefits.

Steven Burr

“My career in healthcare has fueled my passion to be a patient advocate and ensure patients are receiving the best quality of care. Both my uncle and grandfather worked in high-exposure areas of the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, so I know firsthand the importance of helping former workers get access to the benefits and care they deserve. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve atomic heroes in the state of Tennessee and be a part of Nuclear Care Partners’ meaningful mission!”

Stephen Burr, Local Benefits Specialist

Tonya Sharp

“I knew at a young age that I wanted to serve the seniors of our community. I have been honored to work with DOE employees—each one of them so very proud of the role they played in helping our country. I take great pride in assisting the people who so graciously dedicated their lives by serving our country in working for the Department of Energy. I am fulfilled by serving in Nuclear Care Partners’ mission and living their values, helping the wonderful atomic heroes of our nation.”

Tonya Sharp, Community Relations Coordinator

Stacy Phillips

“My greatest joy in life has always been helping others. Working for Nuclear Care Partners gives me such a great opportunity to help people in a way that truly makes a difference in their lives. Creating lasting relationships with such wonderful people and hearing all of their stories from former atomic workers is the icing on the cake for me!”

Stacy Phillips, Atomic Heroes Alliance (AHA) Liaison

For more information please call us at: 865.444.4043

Tennessee Branch Office