Dr. Sidney A. Bell (’67), a Rome, Georgia, retired orthopaedic surgeon, who started the first total joint replacement and total hip and knee replacement programs in Northwest Georgia, received one of seven Heart of the Community Awards from Rome’s Heart of the Community Foundation.
Dr. J. David Carson (’73) has been named director of occupational medicine and associate medical director at ExperCare Urgent Care in Richmond Hill and Savannah, Georgia.
Dr. John S. Harvey (’78) was sworn into office as the president of the Medical Association of Georgia during an Oct. 17 ceremony in Savannah.
Dr. Mark Mudano (’84) opened Effingham Orthopaedic Services in Springfield, Georgia.
Dr. Steven L. Carpenter (’88) has advanced to the Master level of the American College of Physicians, the highest designation given by the organization. He is a senior partner at the Center for Digestive & Liver Health in Savannah.
Dr. Brad Mock (’88) has been named vice president of medical affairs at AnMed Health in Anderson, South Carolina.
Dr. Marc Cromie (’95) and Dr. Todd Levin (’01), two of the partners in Chattanooga Allergy Clinic in Tennessee were honored among the University of Georgia Bulldog 100. The annual list honors the 100 fastest-growing UGA alumni-owned businesses.
Dr. Brad Bushnell (’03) of Harbin Clinic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Rome has been selected for membership in the society of American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, which is granted to leading orthopaedic surgeons who specialize in surgery of the shoulder and elbow. He will be one of only seven surgeons in Georgia who are members of the elite group. n