Robert F. Brown, Jr. 

Robert F. Brown, Jr.
Class of 1978
Physician, Chatham Medical Associates 

Dr. Robert F. Brown, Jr. was born in Savannah in 1955 and attended Savannah Public Schools, including Savannah High School. He was offered scholarships to attend other colleges to study chemistry, but his dream was to become a physician. Dr. Brown decided attending Armstrong would allow him to pursue it. After earning two degrees at Armstrong, he entered the Medical College of Georgia’s medical school. After four grueling years, he earned his Medical Doctorate and returned to the city he loves.

After a three-year residency at Memorial University Medical Center, he began his practice of Internal medicine with Chatham Medical Associates. During the last 29 years of practice, Dr. Brown has received various awards, including Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, America’s Top Physicians, The Best Doctors in America: Southeast Region, among many others.

Dr. Brown is also a Member on the Board of Trustees at Memorial University Medical Center, as well as an Administrative Board Member at Isle of Hope United Methodist Church.

Armstrong has been an integral part of Dr. Brown’s family. His wife, Selina, and step-daughter, Kathrine, both received degrees from Armstrong. Dr. Brown states that he owes much of his success to the professors and staff at Armstrong during his time for being able to live his dream.