About Our Doctors

Dr. Ensor

Dr. James Kelly Ensor graduated from the University of the South with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1971. He proceeded to the University of Tennessee School of Medicine where he graduated in 1975. After completing a straight medicine internship and residency, he became board certified in Internal Medicine. In 2009, Dr. Ensor became a Fellow in the American College of Physicians. He previously served as President of the Memphis Academy of Internal Medicine and President of the Memphis Medical Society. Dr. Ensor is a committee member of the Memphis Medical Society, the Tennessee Medical Association, the American Medical Association and serves on various other committees in the state and local society. Dr. Ensor is an active staff member at St. Francis Hospital, Baptist Memphis Hospital, and Methodist Germantown Hospital. He presently works with University of Tennessee medical students and the University of Memphis and Christian Brothers University nurse practitioner programs. Dr. Ensor is very interested in the efforts to improve the quality of and access to physicians in Memphis and Shelby County.

Dr. Posey

Dr. Michael Posey is a graduate of the University of Mississippi. He graduated in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science and completed medical school at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in 1975. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Baptist memorial Hospital in 1978. Dr. Posey practiced emergency medicine from 1978 to 1980 and then entered private practice in 1980. He has practiced preventative internal medicine for the past 30 years. Dr. Posey has a special interest in lipid management including LDL and HDL particle size, Lp(a) levels, and assessment of active plaque formation with Lp-PLA2 and myeloperoxidase. The success of lipid management helps prevent heart attacks and strokes. The preventive lab tests offered through MDVIP from Cleveland Heart Lab and Berkley Heart Lab moved this preventative approach to its highest level. Other tests offered provide preventative management regarding various diseases in gastroenterology, hepatology, nephrology, and oncology. This is coupled with a one-to-one relationship in the office as long as needed or via cell phone to prevent unnecessary emergency room visits.