Dr. Lowery grew up in Plano shooting skeet and fishing on the farmland near where McKinney Medical Village stands today. Originally from Collin County, Dr. Bryan Lowery is proud and honored to serve the growing medical needs of his hometown community.
Dr. Lowery graduated from Plano Senior High, Southern Methodist University, and the renowned University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, where he trained under some of the country’s best physicians. He completed residency at Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in West Suburban Chicago.
Dr. Lowery is a board-certified family physician with over 16 years experience. He considers himself an old-fashioned family doc who utilizes the latest medical technologies to ensure the most compassionate, personal and high quality medical care. Dr. Lowery’s warm approach cares for the entire person and family across generations and over time. He specializes in preventative health, cardiovascular disease, smoking cessation, dermatology, cholesterol control, diabetes, acute care and executive medicine. He believes everyone needs and deserves a good relationship with a personal physician.
Dr. Lowery resides in Frisco with his wife, Courtney, and their two young sons. As a family they enjoy traveling, cheering on all Dallas sports teams, and working in their garden. The entire family is thankful to be a part of this thriving local community.
Dr. Lowery is excited to join Village Health Partners, the nationally recognized family medical practice serving the Collin County area, including McKinney, Plano, Allen and Frisco. Dr. Lowery also serves as Medical Director for Anchor of Hope Hospice assisting patients and their families with delicate end-of-life care and decisions.