Alan K. Brown, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
A board-certified internal medicine physician with more than 20 years of
experience, Alan K. Brown, M.D., joined the Southeast Georgia Health System
medical staff in 2019 to serve as medical director of the Hospital Medicine
program. Additionally, he serves as the Chief, Department of Medicine,
on the Brunswick Campus. He assumed the role of Chief Medical Officer
(CMO) on March 1, 2021.
As CMO, Dr. Brown provides administrative oversight for the Quality and
Patient Experience departments, ensuring optimal quality performance and
exceptional patient experience. He also collaborates with the Health System’s
medical staff and hospital leadership teams to facilitate team work, maintain
open communication and establish best practice standards.
Prior to joining the Health System, Dr. Brown served as regional medical
director of Hospital Services at Phoebe Putney Memorial, Phoebe Sumter
Hospital and Dorminy Medical Center. He also managed the hospitalist programs
at Colquitt Regional Medical Center and Coffee Regional Medical Center
until they transitioned to self-run programs.
A Georgia native, Dr. Brown earned his medical degree from Medical College
of Georgia and completed his internal medicine residency at the Medical
University of South Carolina in Charleston. He also received a Physician’s
Executive Masters in Business Administration from Auburn University in
Alabama and an undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.