Dr. McClellan graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Biology from Transylvania University. He earned his medical degree from the University of Louisville in 1998 then completed his internship at the University of Kentucky’s Chandler Medical Center where he received the “Outstanding Intern Teacher Award” as well as the “Best Intern Award” voted on by his fellow residents. Following his internship, he completed his residency in 2001. He was selected to serve as Chief Resident and served an extra year teaching medical students and residents at both Chandler Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Hospital.
Dr. McClellan is board certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has been in private practice with Community Medical Associates for the past 12 years. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, the Kentucky Medical Association, and the Greater Louisville Medical Society.
In addition to a busy private practice, Dr. McClellan has served as Chairman of Medicine for Norton Hospital from 2008-2014 and served on that hospital’s Medical Executive Committee. During this tenure, he also served on Norton Healthcare’s System Medical Executive Committee from 2010-2013. Dr. McClellan has a keen interest in medical informatics and served as a Physician Champion for Norton Healthcare’s ambulatory rollout of its computerized medical record. He has also served as a physician advisor to the physician driven Doximity, a website designed to improve collaboration between all physicians. Dr. McClellan has an interest in rheumatological diseases, medical informatics, and pathophysiology.
Dr. McClellan grew up in Henderson, Kentucky, where his father is a retired general practitioner, serving his community for over 50 years. His father served as a role model and mentor and molded his son’s strong work ethic. Dr. McClellan and his wife, Becky, have 3 children, Jack, Abby, and Katie.