Bryson Bowman MD
Bryson is currently a co-owner and physician at Star ER in Lubbock. Previously he was Emergency Medicine physician at Covenant Medical Center and Covenant Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Bryson attended medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Upon graduation, he completed his Emergency Medicine residency at University of Missouri Kansas City. There he served as Chief Resident and was instrumental in implementing a very active medical simulation program for the training of medical students and residents.
As Chief Resident, Bryson led many interdisciplinary conferences and has given over 30 presentations on various topics in the field of medicine. He also has several biochemistry and medical publications including textbook chapters and poster presentations at national medical conferences.
Bryson grew up in Lubbock where he attended Coronado High School and played baseball for head coach John Dudley. He then went on to play baseball at Midland College and Lubbock Christian University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biology. While playing baseball in college, Bryson earned several academic honors including being named to the Academic All-American Baseball team. At Lubbock Christian, Bryson was on the President’s List and earned the Dean’s Award for highest GPA in the graduating class, 4.0.
Bryson is very happy to return to West Texas to start his practice in medicine. He is married to Audra Bowman MD, formerly of Midland, who is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.