Scott Holley, M.D.
- 7971 Moorsbridge Road
Portage, MI 49024
- Tel: Click for phone number269-329-2900
- Fax: 269-329-1408
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Background & Specialties
Dr. Holley is board-certified in General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and holds the Certificate of Added Qualification as a specialist in Hand Surgery.
Dr. Holley completed his undergraduate education at Purdue University and received his medical degree from The Indiana University School of Medicine. Following a five-year residency in General Surgery, he then completed a second two-year residency in Plastic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Dr. Holley's experience includes additional Fellowship training in Hand & Microsurgery at the Kleinert Institute in Louisville, KY, burn surgery at the Shriner's Hospital in Cincinnati, OH, and cosmetic surgery with Drs. Baker, Stuzin, and Gordon in Miami, FL.
Dr. Holley serves as a Michigan State University clinical faculty member, and frequently helps educate physician and service groups on the latest advances in his field.
Publications and Presentations
Staying abreast of developing innovation and technology is a challenge - particularly in the rapidly evolving field of plastic surgery. Dr. Holley's research is published in the leading plastic and hand surgery journals and he has lectured at universities in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Texas, Arizona and Washington. In fact, Dr. Holley has helped develop the exams that test the knowledge of training plastic surgeons and those seeking continuing education. Currently, he is a volunteer clinical faculty member in plastic surgery for Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies and MSU and a frequent lecturer for physician, student, and service groups.
Hobbies and Interests
Dr. Holley's Community Involvement
Beyond clinical practice, Dr. Holley is committed to serving the medical community. Locally, he has acted as section head of Plastic Surgery for our hospitals and served as a delegate to the state medical society for the Kalamazoo Academy of Medicine. Dr. Holley has been elected to serve as president of the Michigan Association of Hand Surgery and has acted as a patient advocate on the Worker's Compensation Committee of the Michigan State Medical Society.