Michael Mullowney, MD


I grew up in Central Illinois and graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a degree in History.  I attended medical school at Georgetown University and completed a combined internal medicine and pediatric residency at Duke University Medical Center.  I’ve worked with The Alaska Hospitalist Group (TAHG) since 2003. I currently serve as the Hospitalist Medical Director at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna.

I practice all the usual outdoor Alaska sports.  I also love to travel and take advantage of the non-stop flights from Anchorage to Asia and Europe as much as possible.  I like taking large blocks of time off to travel.  Since working with TAHG, I’ve worked as a medical volunteer in Cambodia and Peru for several months and traveled extensively in Europe, Asia and Latin America.  I’m a Latin dance fanatic and frequently attend congresses and visit favorite venues around the world.  Lastly, I spend a lot of time studying design and architecture and recently finished building a personal residence in downtown Anchorage.

TAHG is part of my extended family.  It is a dynamic, fun loving yet very professional group.  We spend a lot of time together both in the hospital and socializing outside of work.  With over 25 members, our journal clubs and parties are quite a social event.

TAHG has always been known for providing top notch inpatient care.  Over the last several years, TAHG has developed into a very respected and influential medical group in Anchorage.  Along with the wider medical community, we are helping shape the future of health care in Anchorage and Alaska.

Mullowney, Michael

Michael Mullowney, MD