Dr. George R. Woodbury, Jr., M.D.
Dr. George Woodbury, Jr. is a board-certified dermatologist who graduated from medical school at the University of Chicago in 1987, completed his internship at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, and fulfilled his three-year dermatology residency at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago.
He is an active member of the Memphis Medical Society, the Bluff City Medical Society, the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Medical Association, the Tennessee Medical Association, the Memphis Medical Society, the Memphis Dermatologic Society, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and the American Society of Mohs Surgery. Dr. Woodbury is also a Clinical Instructor with the University of Tennessee Division of Dermatology. He holds clinical privileges at St. Francis Hospital, Methodist Hospital, and Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, and he has been in the private practice of dermatology since 1991. He has been in practice together with his wife, Dr. Chapman, in Memphis, TN since 1993.
Dr. Woodbury has a special interest in the use of computers in medicine, and he has developed his office’s own medical software to create a paperless environment. Patients receive a typed copy of their care instructions, and most prescriptions are sent to pharmacies electronically. Dr. Woodbury is an active member of the Dermatology Advocacy Network, a national group of dermatologists who follow issues in medical politics as they relate to patient care. He also edits and distributes a grassroots health newsletter. His other interests include preventative care, such as tobacco cessation strategies.