Robert Scranton, MD

  • Neurosurgery
Covenant Medical Group - Neurosurgery
3601 21st Street
Lubbock, TX 79410
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Covenant Medical Group - Neurosurgery
3601 21st Street
Lubbock, TX 79410
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(806) 791-0399
(806) 791-0373

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Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • Covenant Medical Group
  • Meet The Doctor

    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Neurosurgery
    Education & Training
    • Fellowship
      Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine Department of Neurosurgery, Indiana University - 2019
    • Residency
      Houston Methodist Hospital - 2018
    • Medical School
      University of Texas Health Science Center - San Antonio, TX - 2007
    UT School of Medicine Research Scholarship 2008 UT School of Medicine Summer Research competition, First Place 2008 2015 Houston Methodist Academy Postdoctoral and Trainee Association Winter Symposium Research Competition, Second Place 2016 Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons, Scientific Meeting Resident Research Paper Competition, Second Place
    Areas of Interest

    • Brain and spinal tumors
    • Brain disorders and tumors
    • Cerebrovascular neurosurgery
    • Complex cranial neurosurgery
    • Gamma knife stereotactic radiosurgery
    • Neurosurgical spine surgery
    • Pituitary surgery
  • Biography


    Dr. Scranton finished his Neurological Surgery residency at Houston Methodist Hospital in 2018. During this time he also completed a Clinical Fellowship in Neurosurgery with the Atkinson Morley Department of Neurosurgery at St George's University Hospital London in the United Kingdom. Dr. Scranton then completed a CAST accredited fellowship in Neurosurgical Oncology with Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine at the University of Indiana in 2019. He was born and raised in Texas, and is excited to be back in his home state. His practice has a concentration in complex cranial neurosurgery including Neurosurgical Oncology, Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery, as well as spinal disorders and tumors.