Meet Our Residents

Robert Jeter, MD

St. George’s University School of Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 3

 

Dr. Robert Mobley Jeter knew he wanted to work at Georgia South as soon as he arrived for his interview. Originally from Byromville, Georgia, Jeter wanted to practice somewhere similar to the place he calls home. Jeter first considered Georgia South Family Medicine Residency Program when it was recommended by a local physician. “Moultrie offers an ideal mix of comfort and southern hospitality, but it boasts access to the resources normally confined to larger healthcare systems,” said Jeter. “It was a no brainer.” It was evident to Jeter that the faculty had a “clear sense of direction and purpose for the residency and the dedication to see it succeed.” From day one, Jeter was assured he would have “both the structure to become the best doctor possible, and the flexibility to focus” where he most wants to be. He said he has seen that happen in the short time that he has been in the program. Within the first few months of starting at Georgia South, Jeter noticed a significant change in himself in terms of knowledge, skill, and confidence. “In that regard, I’m certain that the three years I spend here will be above and beyond my expectations of what is necessary to be successful and effective in my care,” said Jeter. Dr. Jeter’s passions in medicine include preventative screening and lifestyle modification to reduce the impact of, or completely circumvent chronic illnesses. “Rather than treating disease and suffering the symptoms, I’d love to see people avoid them altogether,” said Jeter. Outside of work, Jeter enjoys computer programming, fitness training, and cryptocurrency. A “minimalist,” Jeter is open to whatever the future holds. While his preference is practicing medicine in Georgia, his main priority is providing care to any community in need.

Madison Lamar, DO

DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 3

 

From a small age, Dr. Madison Lamar-Hill knew she wanted to practice medicine in a place near her hometown of Sale City, Georgia. Little did she know that she would end up only one county away during her residency. After graduating from the University of Georgia, Lamar attended medical school at DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine at Lincoln Memorial University. As Lamar began to consider where she was going to complete her residency, Georgia South Family Medicine Residency Program appealed to her because of its rigor and comprehensive curriculum. “The Georgia South Residency Program itself was unlike any other that I encountered on the interview trail,” said Lamar. “Every preceptor I interacted with had a very different style of teaching, but each complemented the other. I feel that our resident graduates will be some of the most well-rounded in our field.” When asked about her experience thus far, Lamar said that Moultrie and Colquitt Regional have both been so welcoming. “Intern year is supposed to be challenging, and rightfully so,” said Lamar. “The individuals here make you feel at home and that you can succeed both professionally and personally.” Lamar chose Family Medicine because of the relationships that are developed, the flexibility in practice, and the breadth of knowledge gained. Another contributing factor toward her success at Georgia South is that she feels valued as a “person first” and that this sentiment is on display every day. “It was apparent from the moment I arrived,” said Lamar. “I knew that this hospital and this program was a special place with a strong emphasis on human relationships.” Upon completion of her residency, Lamar will practice family medicine and wellness for medical professionals in a rural setting in Arizona.

Kayla Batchelor, DO

 

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 3

Giselle Pineiro, DO

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 3

 

Ethan McBrayer, DO

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 2

 

Jermaine Robinson, DO

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 2

Arian Baker, MD

Indiana University School of Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 2

Stephen Yarbrough, DO

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 2

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia

Jared Harris, MD

 

Howard University College of Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 1

Hyder Naqvi, DO

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 1

Rickey Patel, MD

American University of Antigua College of Medicine

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 1

William Seemer, DO

 

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia

Post Graduate Year (PGY) 1