Scott Fowler, MD, FACOG
Board Certified: American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Undergraduate: Earlham College, Richmond, Ind.
Juris Doctorate: University of Georgia School of Law, Athens
Doctorate of Medicine: Medical College of Georgia, Augusta
Internship: Medical College of Georgia
Emergency Medicine Residency: Medical College of Georgia
OB/GYN Residency: Louisiana State University, New Orleans
About Dr. Fowler
Scott Fowler, JD, MD, FACOG, is president and chief executive officer of Holston Medical Group (HMG). He is also a nationally recognized expert and speaker on the role of physician leaders in creating value in healthcare, the importance of a common medical record to patient engagement and quality of care, healthcare innovation, and more.
Under Dr. Fowler’s leadership, HMG has grown to employ a team of more than 650 team members, with 110 physicians and 50 mid-level providers who represent 19 specialties. Dr. Fowler has led investment in community health information exchange integration technology, which HMG offers to every provider in its community; advancement of a nationally recognized clinical research department; development of an outpatient clinic that helps patients with complex care needs avoid a trip to the emergency department and a potential inpatient stay; and a partnership with Mayo Clinic and the National Institutes of Health to test ways to apply precision medicine in clinical settings.
In addition, Dr. Fowler has served as president and CEO of an Accountable Care Organization comprising more than 600 independent physicians across various health systems in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Dr. Fowler is the CEO of OnePartner, a technology company providing data center services, healthcare transformation consulting and services, and an interoperable platform for physicians and patients nationally.
Dr. Fowler received his undergraduate degree in philosophy and politics from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. He earned his Doctor of Medicine from Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, a juris doctorate from University of Georgia Athens, and his FACOG from Louisiana State University in New Orleans.