Brian Hill, MD
Brian is a practicing physician with Urology Specialists of Atlanta at St. Joseph’s Hospital. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Eastern Mennonite University and graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society from the Medical College of Virginia. He completed his residency at the University of Maryland Medical System before joining his current practice.
Brian is active in the medi cal community in metro Atlanta. He is on the board of the Medical Association of Atlanta and acts as a delegate to the Medical Association of Georgia. He serves on the Executive Board of the Emory Clinically Integrated Network (CIN), a cohort of over 1800 physicians spread amongst 7 hospitals that are working in concert to find methods to create greater interconnectivity in medicine, decrease healthcare costs and improve patient outcomes. He is on the local board of the CIN at St Joseph’s Hospital while also serving as a board member for the Prostate Cancer Center. He is a current member of the American Urologic Association, the Southeastern Section of Urology, the Medical Association of Georgia and Docs4PatientCare.
Brian has been involved in the healthcare reform debate at the national and state level. He has written a book entitled Stop the Noise: A Physician’s Quest to Silence the Politics of Health Care Reform along with multiple articles assessing the ability of the current reform model to reach its stated end while also presenting alternative treatment options. He presents healthcare policy initiatives to the state legislature and has recently been involved in bringing forward a medical malpractice reform initiative. He has spoken nationally on CNN and FOXNews, is interviewed regularly on radio, and routinely speaks to a wide range of local and national business, political, medical and civil groups including Merck, IBM, and Americans for Prosperity.
He accepted a position on the Board of Regents for the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute after graduating as part of the class of 2011.
Addressing growth-related challenges in water, transportation, and the environment.
Encouraging free market principles and tax policies that help create jobs for Georgians.
Promoting conservative healthcare principles.
Fostering choice and accountability in education.
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