Dr. Jeff Warren was elected to the Memphis City Council in November 2019. Jeff is a Family Medicine Physician at Primary Care Specialists, a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and the Medical Director for Trezevant Terrace Assisted Living Facility, Allen Morgan Health and Rehabilitation Center, and Harbor View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He previously served as a member of the University of Memphis Biomedical Engineering Advisory Board. Jeff has been caring for the people of Memphis for more than 26 years. He began his career delivering babies and today still makes rounds at hospitals and local nursing homes.
Before his election to the Memphis City Council, Jeff served two terms on the Memphis City School Board and the Community Pre-K Advisory Council. He was instrumental in initiating a policy-based form of government through his training as a Broad Institute Fellow.
He achieved the Master School Board Award from the State of Tennessee for his additional training and work on effective school board activities.
As a community member, Jeff served two terms on the Memphis Medical Society Board, where he also served as Vice-President of the board. He is an Elder at First Presbyterian Church, where he previously coached soccer for 17 years. Jeff is also a Soup Kitchen Volunteer Coordinator for First Presbyterian Church’s Mission Outreach Program.
Additionally, Jeff plans to support summer youth programs, the funding of Universal Pre-K, and development opportunities. The momentum Memphis is seeing today will continue to grow.
Jeff serves as the Chair of the Audit Committee and the Vice-Chair of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee. He also serves as the Council Liaison for the Aging Commission and the Healthcare Oversight Committee.
Jeff and his wife, KC, have lived in Super District 9 for the last 30 years and raised three sons.Map of Super District 9-3