Dr. Georgia Lou Huff

Title: Staff Psychiatrist
Company: Charlie Norwood Veterans Administration Medical Center
Location: Augusta, Georgia, United States

Georgia Huff, Staff Psychiatrist at Charlie Norwood Veterans Administration Medical Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychotherapy.

Dr. Huff initially obtained a Master of Science in education with an emphasis on science from Clinton College, Rock Hill, South Carolina, in 1974 and subsequently a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, Clemson University, South Carolina. She continued her education with a Bachelor of Science in health sciences and a medical doctorate from the Saba University School of Medicine in 2001 and completed residencies with the Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Anderson Memorial Hospital, now AnMed Health Medical Center.

With the Norwood VA Administration Medical Center, Dr. Huff provides superior care as a psychiatrist, seeing both inpatients and outpatients, treats patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders, prescribes treatment plans, admits, assesses and diagnoses patients and conducts psychotherapy sessions. Prior to her career as a psychiatrist, Dr. Huff excelled as a teacher and was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Anderson School District in 1974. She has taught classes in immunology, medical technology, microbiology and hematology for the baccalaureate program at the Anderson Memorial Hospital School of Medical Technology.

An avid participant in community affairs, Dr. Huff’s memberships include the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., Meals on Wheels, the American Heart Association, Lions Clubs International and the American Cancer Society. She serves as president of the Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium and devotes time to the Anderson Free Clinic and the alumni board of Anderson University.

Dr. Huff attributes her success to her hard work and perseverance. In the coming years, she hopes to pass the board certification exams, become certified in electroconvulsive therapy and begin taking pharmacology courses. She plans on writing a book and giving back to the community.

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