Jeffrey H. Lowrey, M.D.
Jeffrey H. Lowrey, M.D. received his B.A. in Chemistry from The University of Arkansas and his M.D. from The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 1980. He completed his post-graduate training in Memphis which included a Flexible Internship at Baptist Memorial Hospital, followed by one year of General Surgery residency at The University of Tennessee for Health Sciecnes and was an Orthopaedic Surgery resident at Campbell Clinic the following year.
After completing his training, Dr. Lowrey began his medical career at Baptist Minor Medical Center in Memphis where he served as Medical Director. He later became Medical Director of Methodist Minor Medical Centers in Memphis, where he continues working today as a Staff Physician. He is currently Medical Director of six Alcohol and Drug Treatment facilities, an Intermediate Care facility for adults and children with intellectual and developmental
disabilities and five other medical practices in the Memphis area. His special interest and training is in ADHD and related issues and has been Medical Consultant to Germantown Psychological Associates for over 20 years.
Dr. Lowrey is licensed in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. He is a member of the Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee and American Medical Societies and is Board Certified by the American Board of Ambulatory Medicine and the American Society of Addiction Medicine, as well as being Board Eligible in Occupational Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ambulatory Medicine. Dr. Lowrey's past positions include President of the Professional Staff of Parkwood Hospital, member of the Medical Advisory Board of Memphis/Shelby County Headstart Program and Chairman of the Medical Fund Raising Committee of the Memphis Heart Gala. He was an organizer and director of Nashoba Bank and was an organizer and is Chairman of the Board of Directors of First Capital Bank. He also served on the Advisory Board of Trustmark National Bank. He participates in Community and International Missions having served domestically, as well as in South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Jamaica and Honduras.