04 Aug Hollis and Mewborne join HighPoint Surgical Associates
August 4, 2021
HighPoint Surgical Associates is excited to announce the addition of Brandon Mewbourne, MD and Jeffrey Hollis, MD to their team of surgical providers. Joining surgeon Brian K. Reed, MD, HighPoint Surgical Associates now features three prominent and experienced surgeons with expertise across many general surgery specialties, including minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic procedures.
The additions to existing staff will provide patients with shorter wait times and greater convenience in scheduling—as well as creating more opportunities for Sumner County residents to receive excellent surgical care close to home. All three HighPoint surgeons are highly experienced with robotic, laparoscopic and other minimally invasive surgery techniques that have proven to reduce pain and scarring and shorten recovery time for patients.
“Having these two excellent surgeons join HighPoint Surgical Associates is a tremendous benefit to our patients,” said Brian K. Reed, MD, the surgeon who started HighPoint Surgical Associates. “but I am honestly excited about having these highly-respected colleagues on our team. The quality and care they’ll provide to our community aligns with our mission of Making Communities Healthier.”
Dr. Mewbourne completed medical school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama; his surgical residency at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas; and is board certified by the American College of Surgeons. He also specializes in wound care treatment and has served as medical director of Sumner Wound Care for more than 12 years.
Dr. Hollis has been in practice for 17 years in Gallatin and practices exclusively at Sumner Regional Medical Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He graduated from St. George’s University School of Medicine in 1999. He then completed his internship and general surgery residency at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville in 2004.