Dr. Rowena Johnson Maclin
Rowena Johnson Maclin, a native of Fort Worth and a product of Fort Worth ISD. Dr. Maclin graduated from Eastern Hills High School. She attended the University of Texas at Austin in 1988 and graduated with a Bachelor in Psychology and Pre-Medicine. Dr. Maclin returned to Fort Worth to start her family and teach in both public and private schools in the area. Dr. Maclin resigned from teaching science at her alma mater, Eastern Hills High School in 1995 when she was accepted to University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC)-Fort Worth Osteopathic Medical School. In 1999, she was accepted into the University of Texas Southwestern Affiliate, JPS Family Medicine residency program, the largest Family Practice program in the country. Doctor Maclin continued to practice at JPS as an attending physician and later as Medical Director of the Stop Six/ Walter Barbour Clinic. Beginning in 2008, she resigned from JPS to pursue a solo practice in the Woodhaven area. Along with her clinic, Doctor Maclin does house calls for select patients.
She has a special interest in patient education, early detection & preventive care. She enjoys providing comprehensive healthcare from newborns to centenarians. Her oldest patient is one hundred and three.
- Family Medicine