Scott P Giles, DO

Ketamine Infusion Specialist located in Murfreesboro, TN

About Dr. Giles

As a physician with over three decades of experience, Scott Giles, DO, FACEP, brings his diverse experience and training to his patients at Health and Happiness in the Boro, a ketamine infusion clinic in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. As a military veteran himself, Dr. Giles is dedicated to helping combat veterans and all those suffering with PTSD and treatment-resistant depression by giving them access to the advanced therapeutic benefits of ketamine infusion.

Originally from Reno, Nevada, Dr. Giles earned his bachelor’s degree in pre-medicine with a concentration in computer science from the University of Nevada, Reno, graduating with honors. He later pursued his Doctor of Osteopathy at the University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri. He was one of two students there awarded with the Health Professions Scholarship Program by the United States Navy and was in the top third of his class. 

His post-graduate training included working at naval hospitals in Oakland, California and in Pensacola, Florida, where he trained to be an aviation medical evaluator. Dr. Giles continued on with a successful career in the military, serving as a medical officer and later the assistant director of the emergency department at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He left the Navy as a lieutenant with a recommendation for promotion to Lieutenant Commander.

After completing his military service, Dr. Giles continued his medical career serving in diverse leadership roles at medical facilities in Tennessee, for the Wilson County Jail, the Wilson County Emergency Management Agency, and was the first Tactical Medic for the Lebanon Tennessee Police Special Weapons and Tactics team. 

With his love of teaching, Dr. Giles later became a preceptor for the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner Programs for Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. He is currently a staff physician in the Emergency Department at Tennova Harton in Tullahoma, Tennessee. 

Notably, Dr. Giles was appointed the Medical Director for the infield care center at the Nashville Superspeedway racetrack. He treated NASCAR and Indy Car drivers involved in on-track wrecks, pit crews, staff, and their families. He also managed medical emergencies in the stands.

Dr. Giles is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a member of the Tennessee College of Emergency Physicians. He has served two three-year terms on the Board of Directors. Dr. Giles was a member of the Committee on Pediatric Emergency Care and served as the Chairman of the Disaster Planning subcommittee.