Dr. Reginald Fowler is a medical consultant at The Fowler Firm. He is a board-certified internist and a native of Rhode Island. He received his undergraduate degree from Brown University and his doctor of medicine degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. He then completed his internship and residency training in medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital and Emory University School of Medicine affiliated hospitals.
He is a former acting medical director at PruCare in Atlanta and former medical director of IBM in Atlanta. He was also president of Paces Ferry Medical Group in Atlanta for 23 years. In 2008, he was recruited by MDVIP, a national group of physicians, who concentrate on the prevention of disease. He became the first African-American physician in the country to become a member of MDVIP and served on its medical advisory board for almost 10 years.
As for his accolades, the Atlanta Black Clergy dubbed Dr. Fowler ‘Doctor of the Year’, and he was also selected as one of Atlanta's top 25 African American physicians by Black Health Magazine, among other honors. The Georgia State Medical Association as well as the Atlanta City Council have awarded him citations and he also maintained a five star rating by Health Grades throughout his career.
Community service has also been a major part of Dr. Fowler’s career. In the Atlanta and metro Atlanta school systems, he performed numerous free examinations for athletes, and also participated in multiple career days to educate students about the medical field. He also was an assistant clinical professor for Morehouse School of Medicine, and a preceptor for medical students in Georgia and physician’s assistants from programs in Georgia and around the country.
He is now retired as of May 2021 after 40 years of practicing internal medicine.