Skip to main content

GEORGE T. FREDRICK, MD
Department of Bio-Medical Sciences - PCOM South Georgia
Primary Care Skills Site Director
Professor


George T. Fredrick, MD

Contact

Email: georgefr@pcom.edu
Office: 229-798-4653

Dr. George Fredrick was born and raised in Louisville, KY. After completing his family medicine residency, he opened a solo family medicine practice in Cynthiana, KY. After four years of practice, he accepted a faculty position in the family medicine residency program at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg, WV. After three years, he was promoted to director of the residency and served as director for nine years. He returned to private practice in Bridgeport, WV and, five years later, was offered and  accepted a faculty position in the family medicine residency program at West Virginia University. He was recruited by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, GA to take the position of director of the family medicine residency program in 2008. In 2019, he accepted a position as primary care skills site director at PCOM South Georgia.

  • Education

    • Bellarmine University - B.A. in Biology
    • University of Kentucky - M.D.
    • United Hospital Center Clarksburg, WV - family medicine residency
    • Duke - geriatric curriculum development fellowship
  • Awards

    • Commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel May 2, 1986
    • Family Medicine Residency Teacher of the Year 2004
    • Nominated as finalist for the Excellence in Student Teaching Award for 2005 at West Virginia University.
    • Nominated as finalist for the Excellence in Student Teaching Award for 2006 at West Virginia University.
    • West Virginia University Department of Family Medicine Faculty Award for Excellence in Student Teaching 2006 – 2007
    • Nominated for Distinguished Teacher Award for West Virginia University School of Medicine 2007
    • Residency Teacher of the Year at Southwest Georgia Family Medicine Residency 2012

     

  • Memberships

    • American Academy of Family Physicians