Latisha Rowe, MDPhysician
- Family Medicine
Baylor University Medical Center
Temple University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Dr. Rowe is a physician entrepreneur who is dedicated to leveraging technology to help individuals live their healthiest lives. Dr. Rowe is a native of Miami, Florida where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology at the University of Miami. She moved to Philadelphia to obtain her Doctorate of Medicine (MD) at Temple University School of Medicine. She then completed her residency in Family Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. She obtained her Masters of Business Administration from Bauer College of Business through a Business of Medicine Fellowship at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.
Dr. Rowe is a serial entrepreneur. She is the Founder of the Rowe Network a MultiSpeciality Telemedicine Network Serving 5 countries and raising awareness for millions annually. She is also the founder of several physician organizations including the Boss Doctors, The Fit Doctors and the Bossy Investors.
Dr. Rowe is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc and numerous medical organizations including The Mary Susan Moore Medical Society, American Academy of Family Physicians, Texas Medical Association, and Harris County Medical Society. She has supported numerous health awareness programs including the Sister’s Network Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, March of Dimes Honey Child Prenatal Education Program, and the American Diabetes Association Step out Walk.
Dr Rowe has received numerous awards as a student, entrepreneur and physician . She was a recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship and the National Medical Fellowship. She was nominated Top 4o under 40 for the National Medical Association and the Upstart Award for most promising new Business by the Greater Houston Chamber of Commerce.
Dr Rowe’s proudest accomplishment is raising her exuberant 10 year old chase.
Speaking Areas of Expertise: Telemedicine, Health and Wellness, Social Media for Healthcare Providers and Entrepreneurship.