Location: Kennesaw, Georgia, United States
Ashburn P. Searcy, Sr., MD, Anesthesiologist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership.
At the age of 16, Dr. Searcy got into a horse accident, which caused him to have to undergo emergency surgery. His doctor, a neurosurgeon, took very good care of him. Though Dr. Searcy had already been intending on pursuing dentistry, this experience made him realize just how important the medical field was, and he decided he wanted to do more with his career. In 1965, after earning a Bachelor of Arts in humanities from Emory University, he graduated from the Medical College of Georgia with an MD. He proceeded to complete his requirements as a fellow in pathology and, later, as an intern and resident in anesthesiology.
In 1968, Dr. Searcy was hired as a member of the staff at University Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital. In the following years, he furthered his resume with positions at Northside Hospital, Kennestone Hospital, and Columbia Marietta Surgical Center, among several other established hospitals around Georgia. In 2001, Dr. Searcy was promoted to become the chief of anesthesiology at Middle Georgia Hospital after earning the honorable title of emeritus staff at Kennestone Hospital one year earlier. He retired several years later in 2006, though he continued to work as an advisor director until 2016. As a testament to his many years of success, he is featured in numerous editions of Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare.
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