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Dr. Scott Campbell

Dr. Scott Campbell has been perfecting the art of personalized medicine for over 20 years in his much-acclaimed concierge model of medicine.


He is a father of four and has been joyfully married for over 25 years. Dr. Campbell was born in the wild country of New Zealand, and at the age of 12 relocated with his family to the great state of Texas.

Scott attended the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a psychology degree in 1992. Between college and medical school, he spent a good portion of time traveling and living in Europe and New York City, where he was involved in some of the early medical research into treatments for Pediatric HIV. He then attended the University of North Texas Medical School in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Campbell graduated in 1998 in the top 10 percent of his class. 

Scott originally thought he wanted to be a surgeon and initially chose a General Surgery Residency Program at St. Luke’s in Denver, Colorado. After a year and a half, he decided his heart and skills were more in-line with an Emergency Room Residency, so he moved to Houston and attended Memorial Hermann Residency Program. Hermann Memorial is a Level 1 trauma center with over 125,000 visits a year.

After his residency, Dr. Campbell relocated to San Antonio, Texas, with his wife and began his ER career working for the Baptist Health System, and enjoyed his time in the ER. He is certain the training he received in the ER enabled him to practice general medicine in a much more well-rounded fashion. Additionally, the ER taught Dr. Campbell the ability to listen to the patients he was meeting for the first time. He would intently listen to their complaints, which enabled him to become a better diagnostician. “If you listen to the patient, they are always going to give you the answer to their problems; they are always their own best advocate.”

After many years in the ER, Dr. Campbell observed the negative effects of where medical care was heading. The old-fashioned doctor-patient relationship had diminished to the point of no longer existing and preventative medicine was not being practiced. So, in 2005, Dr. Campbell opened My Personal Physician, a concierge practice in San Antonio. Since then, it has been his passion to have strong, full doctor-patient relationships and practice preventative medicine wherever possible.


Alan Merin

Alan Merin, MD, was born in Connecticut and attended Duke University, graduating with an AB degree in history with honors in 1972. He next graduated from the Medical College of Virginia in the top five of his class and was elected to the Alpha Omega Honorary Society. His three-year residency in internal medicine was at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio, under the leadership of Charles CJ Carpenter MD. Alan then completed a three-year clinical and research Nephrology fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas.


For the past 40 years, Alan has cared for critically ill patients in San Antonio with kidney, heart, diabetic and vascular disease. For Dr. Merin, the best part of medicine is the warm relationship he fosters with his personal patients. He enjoys complicated cases as well as developing an actual closeness within his practice. To stay current, Alan averages 300 hours of medical lectures that he attends yearly. He is married to Audrey; their two daughters are in graduate school pursuing masters’ degrees in religion and public policy.

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