Dr. Scott Elected 69th President of Georgia OB/GYN Society

DeKalb Women’s Specialists is so proud to announce that Dr. Scott was inaugurated as the 69th President of the Georgia Ob/Gyn Society! The Georgia Ob/Gyn Society is the voice for women’s healthcare in Georgia.

In his inaugural speech, Dr. Scott states that this is a “lifetime career achievement” to lead the Ob/Gyn physicians in the state of Georgia. Through this position he will work towards reducing the disparities in access to women’s healthcare, as well as, reducing the maternal mortality rate in the State of Georgia.

Congratulations, Dr. Scott! We are so proud of you!

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