BRUNSWICK, Georgia: May 19, 2010– Southeast Georgia Health System
is pleased to welcome board-certified general surgeon Damon W. Brantley,
M.D. to the Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Camden General Surgery practice.
Brantley received his Bachelor’s degree in biology from Morehouse
College in Atlanta before going on to earn his medical degree from the
University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, where he was a
Trauma Research Fellow. Brantley completed his surgery training at the
Louisiana State University Medical Center in Shreveport. Following his
surgery training, he completed seven years of active duty as a commissioned
officer in the U.S. Army Medical Corps.
Brantley, who is also a licensed Missionary Baptist minister, is a member
of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., as of the well as a member of
the National Medical Association and American Medical Association. He
is board certified in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery
and is a former surgical instructor at Ryder Trauma Center in Miami, Fla.,
and an advanced trauma life support instructor for the U.S. Army Southeast
Regional Command. Brantley has also served as an assistant clinical professor
in the Departments of Surgery and Family Practice at the University of
Alabama Birmingham. He was most recently in practice as a general surgeon
at Gateway Medical Center in Clarksville, Tenn.
He is married to Cynthia Harris and they are the parents of two children,
Jasmine and Jordan. Brantley will officially join the Health System on
June 1. Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Camden General Surgery,
a strategic affiliate of Southeast Georgia Health System, is located on
the Health System’s Camden Campus in the Medical Pavilion, 2040
Dan Proctor Drive, Suite 240, St. Marys. To schedule an appointment or
to get further information, please call 912-576-6340.