Dr. Scott McCall received a Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology graduating cum laude from the College of William and Mary in 1997. He attended medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis and graduated with high honors, class of 2001. Dr. McCall completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at the Campbell Clinic in Memphis and joined the Mid-Tennessee Bone and Joint Clinic in August of 2006.
Dr. McCall received several awards and honors during his undergraduate and medical education:
• NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship recipient
• Recipient of the Bruce Davidson Memorial Scholarship, Southern Medical Association Academic and Leadership Scholarship, and the Frank W. Dugan Memorial Scholarship
• Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
• Graduated Cum Laude, the College of William and Mary
Dr. McCall also competed nationally in the sport of gymnastics where he won several awards:
• 1995 and 1996 USA Collegiate National Rings Champion
• 1997 Nissen-Emery Award Finalist, “The Heisman Trophy of Men’s Gymnastics”
• 1997 Outstanding Senior Athlete at the College of William and Mary
Dr. McCall focuses on sports medicine including ACL and knee ligament repair, cartilage and meniscal repair, rotator cuff repair, shoulder and knee arthroscopy, and total and partial knee replacements. Dr. McCall served as Chief of Staff in 2020 at Maury Regional Medical Center, where he has performed over 3,500 total knee replacements since 2006, and was one of the first surgeons in middle Tennessee to offer MRI guided custom knee replacements. He also performs knee replacements utilizing MAKO robotic surgery through Maury Regional Medical Center, and he is MAKO certified.
Dr. McCall and his wife, Krisi, were married in May 2004 and reside in Franklin with their son, Miles.