Title: Pathologist (Retired)
Company: Wellstar Health Systems
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Douglas Huber, MD, FACP, Retired Pathologist at Wellstar Health Systems, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pathology.
Stemming from his love of science and desire to help others in his profession, Dr. Huber chose the field of pathology as out of all the medical practices, it was the most scientific. He enjoyed the absolute value of lab work and diagnosis based on tissue specimens. With this in mind, Dr. Huber spent more than four decades providing quality care to patients while examining potential issues through the developments of science. Prior to retiring in 2006, he worked at Wellstar Health Systems as a pathologist and laboratory director. He also served as a medical director of the Lost Mountain Tissue Bank from 2003 to 2006; of the Roche Biomedical Laboratory from 1989 to 1993; and as a laboratory director for the Homer D. Cobb Member Hospital. He served as a general practitioner at Leonard Morse Hospital, and as associate pathologist for Baldwin County Hospital and the Leary Laboratory.
In order to provide his skills and services, Dr. Huber first earned an AB in chemistry from Emory University in 1960. He continued at the institution to receive an MD fin 1964. As a testament to his love of learning and of his faith, he received a DDiv, honoris causa, from the Antioch Bible Seminary in 2012. Furthermore, he became certified in anatomic and clinical pathology in 1971 and in dermatopathology in 1976. He became an Ordained Minister at the Three Taverns Church, Acworth, Georgia in 2012. Dr. Huber served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and was a Commander in the 346 Medical Detachment in Vietnam in 1966. In five years, Dr. Huber sees himself helping veterans and doing mission work. He does his mission work twice a year. He has been to Venezuela, Kenya, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Alabama.
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