Dr. Albert Holloway has joined the Rehab Family as a medical consultant for Children’s Rehabilitation Service.
Holloway, who joined CRS through a contractual agreement with Medicaid, is available to respond to medical concerns generated from staff, families, and providers of CRS services.
CRS Director Melinda Davis said she is delighted to have Holloway available to serve as medical consultant.
“He has been a dedicated CRS partner for many years and has served as primary care physician for numerous CRS
clients,” she said. “Dr. Holloway is very active in public health initiatives at the national, state, and local levels and has a keen awareness of the issues facing children and youth with special health care needs and their families.”
Holloway said he has been involved periodically over the years with CRS and has had a number of patients with special health care needs, so joining the program was a natural fit.
He is a firm believer in the power of the parents to advocate for their children and said he is dedicated to getting positive results in every aspect of a patient’s life.
“I want to try to improve the outcome not only health wise, but psychosocially for kids with special health care needs,” he said.
Holloway will attend annual clinic meetings and provide feedback to staff for quality improvement. He’ll also participate in local meetings with the CRS administrative team, the quarterly Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Partnership meeting, the quarterly Medicaid/CRS meeting, the annual MCH Title V Block Grant review in Atlanta, and national conferences.
He will assist in recruiting and retaining specialty physicians for CRS clinics and review new procedures and present recommendations to the CRS director, clinic program specialist, or other members of the state office team.
In addition, he will provide consultative and educational services as requested when issues arise or as needs are presented.
Holloway is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology. He obtained his medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn., and completed his pediatric residency and a neonatal fellowship at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
He opened a private practice in 1982 and assumed the practice of Dr. Gillis L. Payne March 1, 2017.
Holloway is a past president of the Alabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and currently serves as chair of the Pediatric Council. He manages a general pediatric practice with Montgomery Area Mental Health Center and is a current member of the state Perinatal Advisory Committee. He chairs the City/County Joint Public Charity Board of Montgomery.
He is married with four children and five grandchildren.