Lamar B. Peacock, MD

Dr. Peacock received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN in 1985 (double major in Molecular Biology and History) and his medical degree from the University of Alabama Birmingham in 1989. He subsequently received his residency training in Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia (now Augusta University) where he was appointed Chief Medical Resident from 1992-93. He remained on the faculty in General Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia for over a decade before entering private practice in 2004. He has been listed as a "Top Doc" both in Augusta and regionally by organizations such as Best Doctors and Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. He holds a certificate in Business Administration for Physicians from Auburn University. On a personal note, Dr. Peacock's wife Amanda is a Doctor of Pharmacy. They have two children, Claire born in 2003, and Blakely born in 2006. They are members of Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church. Dr. Peacock enjoys gardening, reading, and fishing. His father was a physician in Atlanta for over 40 years practicing internal medicine and allergy and served as his inspiration to enter the medical field. "My relationship with patients is the most rewarding aspect of my profession". Dr. Peacock enjoys the lifelong commitment to learning that is required to be an excellent internist.

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