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James Davis, MD

daVinci Robotic Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, General Surgery,

SGMC Surgery Suite

2409 N. Patterson St., Suite 200

Valdosta, GA 31602

(229) 333-1711

Expertise

Education

Medical School: Mercer University

Residency: Greenville Health Systems

Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern

Boards:

American Board of Surgery (Surgery)


Dr. James Davis is a Board Certified General Surgeon who specializes in Endocrine Surgery.  In addition to being trained as a general surgeon, Dr. Davis also holds a fellowship from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in the rare subspecialty of endocrine surgery.  Endocrine surgeons are specialized in the care of both benign and malignant diseases of the thyroid, parathyroids, adrenal glands and pancreas. 

With his specialized training, Dr. Davis is an expert in minimally invasive parathyroid and thyroid surgery as well as complex laparoscopic adrenal surgery. He offers a wide range of unique services including transabdominal laparoscopic adrenalectomy; minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery; lymph node dissections, and reoperative surgery for recurrent thyroid cancer. 

Dr. Davis is also certified in minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgeries using the daVinci Robot.    
Dr. Davis and Dr. Sanders were classmates at the Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, GA and completed their surgical residency together at the University of South Carolina, School of Medicine in Greenville.

The friendliness of the Valdosta community is what attracted Dr. Davis most.  He was born in the community of Harlem, just outside of Augusta. He says his favorite all-time memory is the birth of his children.  When not performing surgery, Dr. Davis enjoys family vacations on St. Simon’s Island.


Raves

“I’d recommend Dr. Davis to anyone in need of an endocrine surgery!”

– James W.

“Such an awesome doctor with a great bedside manner!”

– Kayla M.

“Dr Davis is awesome! Dedicated and hard working! He does right by the patients and is always kind to the nursing staff.”

– Heather S.

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