About Kathy C. Lynn MD

Kathy C. Lynn, MD, of Macon, Georgia, has spent over 15 years as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at The Medical Center of Central Georgia. As a physician specializing in rheumatology and internal medicine, she also assists patients at her private practice. After graduating from the Mercer University School of Medicine in 1990 with her Doctor of Medicine, Kathy C. Lynn, MD, attended the Emory University School of Medicine for two years to become a Fellow of the American College of Rheumatology. Kathy C. Lynn, MD, began her career with The Medical Center of Central Georgia in the summer of 1995, and she continues to hold responsibility for teaching both students and resident doctors, as well as working on case reports and publications. Originally known as Macon Hospital, The Medical Center of Central Georgia was founded in the late 19th century and has grown to become the second-largest hospital in the state, serving over 750,000 patients.

Kathy C. Lynn, MD, holds membership with the Medical Association of Georgia, Bibb County Medical Society, Inc., Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the Metropolitan Atlanta Society of Rheumatology, and the Georgia Society of Rheumatology. In addition, Kathy C. Lynn, MD, serves as a Fellow with the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology. Kathy C. Lynn, MD, works with Georgia Wilderness Society and Altamaha Riverkeepers, an organization that uses water samples to monitor river pollution and responds to complaints by working with local authorities and raising social awareness. In her free time, Kathy C. Lynn, MD, enjoys kayaking, waterskiing, gardening, and reading books by authors like Jane Walker, Raleigh Kirby Godsey, and Barbara Kingsolver.

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