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Dr. Brown grew up in Royston, a small town in North Georgia. Both his father and grandfather were respected physicians in the area. He attended high school in Atlanta at Westminster, graduating in 1973, and then North Georgia College graduating in 1977 with a BS in Biology and Chemistry. Dr. Brown then obtained his MD degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1984. His surgical training was completed at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta in June of 1989. He has been actively involved in surgical practice in Moultrie since completing his residency in 1989.
Dr. Brown has served in numerous positions of leadership on the medical staff at Colquitt Regioanl Medical Center. He has been the Chief of Surgery and Chief of Staff, as well as serving on many other committees during his tenure in Moultrie. He also served a nine-year term on the Colquitt Regional Medical Center Hospital Authority, having been appointed by the county commission, where he served with distinction. Dr. Brown was named a “CHAMPION” of Colquitt Regional for his devotion to charity work in and around Colquitt County. He has been a member of numerous missions to underprivileged countries to provide medical care and build both medical and church facilities.
Dr. Brown performs a wide variety of surgical procedures, including chest and thorascopic procedures, as well as robotic surgical procedures. He has completed advanced training courses in general laparoscopy and laparoscopic colon resections. He has interest in oncological, vascular, and laparoscopic procedures. He is involved with local sports teams, and is personally active in various sports, including skiing and marathon running.