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Stephen  G. Barrett M.D.

Stephen G. Barrett, M.D.

Area of Practice:
General Surgery
Breast Health
da Vinci® Robotic Surgery
Language Spoken: English
  • 1stPrimary Office

    Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-General & Vascular Surgery

    2500 Starling Street
    Ste. 201
    Brunswick, GA 31520
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Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery


Stephen Barrett, M.D., received his medical degree from the University of South Alabama’s School of Medicine in Mobile, and completed his surgical residency at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. He is honored to be a part of the Breast Care Center team.

Dr. Barrett has special expertise in breast cancer treatment and focuses on providing comprehensive breast care to his patients. He keeps his knowledge and skills current through involvement in professional societies such as the American College of Surgeons. He served one term as chief of the Department of Surgery at the Health System’s Brunswick Campus. He has been a presenting partner for the local American Cancer Society annual fundraiser since 2011.

Dr. Barrett, along with all of our Breast Care Center physicians, is a dedicated specialist who focuses on addressing patient concerns with sensitivity and kindness.

Hospital Privileges

Southeast Georgia Health System-Brunswick Campus
Southeast Georgia Health System-Camden Campus


University Of South Alabama College Of Medicine, Mobile, AL


University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville , KY


University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville , KY

Golden Isles TV Feature

Dr. Stephen G. Barrett speaks about the risks of breast cancer, when to have a mammogram, and what to expect after being diagnosed on a featured Golden Isles TV segment during Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Healthy Partners Articles

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Article in Healthy Partners Winter 2021 Edition ButtonHealthy Partners, Fall 2021
Learning that you have breast cancer is never easy. That’s why, for the one in eight women in the United States who will receive a breast cancer diagnosis in her lifetime, it’s important to know this: “Breast cancer is a very treatable disease, especially when caught early,” shares Stephen G. Barrett, M.D.

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