About Dr. L. Steven Lowman, FACC
Dr. Lowman received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Georgia in 1988. Afterwards, he went to the Medical College of Georgia where he earned his medical degree in 1992. Dr. Lowman then attended the University of Kentucky and completed an internship in Internal Medicine in 1993. He returned to the Medical College of Georgia and completed his Internal Medicine residency in 1996, serving as chief resident.
Following residency, Dr. Lowman was employed as an internist with the Toccoa Clinic in Toccoa, Ga. until 1999. He then returned to the Medical College of Georgia for a fellowship in Cardiology, which he completed in 2002 serving as chief fellow.
Dr. Lowman is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiovascular Disease, and holds subspecialty certification in Nuclear Cardiology. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Lowman is a founding member of Oconee Heart and Vascular Center and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Georgia Regents University | University of Georgia Medical Partnership. Dr. Lowman is especially interested in the management of heart failure.
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