About Our Practice



James E. Morrow, MD

James E. Morrow, MD

After graduating from David Lipscomb University in Nashville where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree, Dr. James Morrow attended James H. Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, TN where he earned his medical doctorate and graduated with honors – Alpha Omega Alpha. He learned to care for patients at the acclaimed University of Kentucky Medical Center while doing his residency.

Dr. Morrow is one of three radiologists on staff at DRC who have specialized training in Interventional Radiology. He obtained specialized training in Interventional Radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He is licensed in both TN and GA. Dr. Morrow is blessed with a beautiful wife, Tracy, and two wonderful children.




Scott R. Kemmerer, MD

Scott R. Kemmerer, MD

Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Kemmerer discovered the Chattanooga area while attending Southern Adventist University in the 80s. He graduaded with honors, Alpha Omega Alpha, at Loma Linda university in California in 1992 and then completed his residency and dual fellowships at Loma Linda and the University of Florida. He was retained as staff at LLUMC where he taught residents as an attending radiologist in the Vascular and Interventional, Abdominal MRI, CT, and Ultrasound sections.

He has published a book chapter for Radiologic Clinics of North America on CT Imaging Techniques in the Liver and has has also been published in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. While in California, his primary interests outside of medicine were mountain biking and surfing, but he has transitioned to road cycling more recently here in Chattanooga.



James M. Busch, MD

James M. Busch, MD

A graduate of Baylor School, Dr. James Busch earned his undergraduate degree from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Medical School, where he was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha. He completed his diagnostic radiology residency and fellowships at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts.

One of Dr. Busch’s fellowship specializations is in Vascular and Interventional radiology. He is also one of a few radiologists nationwide who has trained specifically in percutaneous radiofrequency ablation, a procedure which utilizes a probe to kill cancer tumors with a combination of heat and friction, offering hope to some patients who are not good candidates for traditional surgical options. He is licensed in Georgia and Tennessee.