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Antonio Moran Jr. M.D., FACP

Antonio Moran Jr., M.D., FACP

Area of Practice:
Breast Health
Language Spoken: English
  • 1stPrimary Office

    Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Hematology & Oncology

    2500 Starling Street
    Ste. 303
    Brunswick, GA 31520
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Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine-Medical Oncology


Board-certified medical oncologist Antonio Moran Jr., M.D., completed his residency at Wayne State University Affiliated Hospitals in Detroit, Mich.; his research fellowship at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Md.; and his clinical fellowship in hematology/ medical oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He is currently a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine in medical oncology and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Dedicated to providing high quality cancer care, Dr. Moran has served in leadership positions including chair of the Health System’s multidisciplinary Tumor Board, chief of the Department of Medicine on the Brunswick Campus, and board member of the American Cancer Society of Glynn County and Georgia Society of Clinical Oncology. He has also served as local medical director for Heartland Hospice. Currently, Dr. Moran is involved in clinical research trials in breast cancer, leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome, and is a speaker for Celgene and Boehringer Ingelheim pharmaceuticals.

Dr. Moran, 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


Fellow of American College of Physicians


Florida Atlantic University,Boca Raton, FL


World University School of Medicine, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic


Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital, Detroit, MI


Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital, Detroit, MI


Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

Healthy Partners Articles

A Lifesaving Lesson

Article in Healthy Partners Winter 2020 Edition ButtonHealthy Partners, Winter 2020

Put off by the preparation process, Linda Foster avoided having a colonoscopy until age 73. That’s a good 20 years past the age recommended for this important screening. It’s a good thing Dr. Whitehead convinced Ms. Foster to have a colonoscopy — the procedure revealed a large cancerous growth in her colon, even though she had only experienced pain for about three months.

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