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Interview with Kathy C. Lynn, MD

October 9, 2011

Kathy C. Lynn, MD, possesses over two decades of expertise in the medical field. Dedicated to improving the health of her patients, Dr. Lynn utilizes proven techniques in order to provide the most effective results. We spoke with Kathy C. Lynn, MD, to learn about her current roles and her past experiences.

Q. Let’s start from the beginning. Where did you study before embarking on your professional career?
A. I earned my MD from the Mercer University School of Medicine, located in Macon, Georgia. I also attended the Emory University School of Medicine and became a fellow of the American College of Rheumatology.

Q. Where did you begin your career?
A. I began practicing in 1995 at the Medical Center of Central Georgia. At this institution, I worked on research publications, taught students, and created case reports. During this time, I also established my private practice.

Q. What kind of medicine do you currently practice?
A. My practice focuses on internal medicine and rheumatology. I specialize in medical matters relating to autoimmune diseases, joints, bones, and other related issues.

Q. Operating your own practice, what is your highest priority?
A. My top priority continues to be what it was many years ago when I began practicing medicine, which is to improve the health of the individuals I diagnose and treat.

Q. Do you maintain affiliation with any professional organizations?
A. Yes, I remain involved with a number of medical organizations, including the Metropolitan Atlanta Society of Rheumatology, the American College of Physicians, the Bibb County Medical Society, and the Georgia Society of Rheumatology, among others.

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