Charles H. Kemp, MDPhysician
“I believe that patient care lies at the heart of what I do. Taking care of patients in a competent, compassionate manner is what I strive to do each and every day. It is the first step in the development of a healthy, lifelong relationship between myself and my patients, and it is the reason I chose this profession.”
- American Board of Internal Medicine
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Mercer University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Wake Forest University
Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry
Hospitals Affiliated With
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital
Phoebe North Hospital
American College of Physicians (ACP)
American Medical Association (AMA)
Georgia Rural Health Association (GRHA)
Medical Association of Georgia (MAG)
Dr. Kemp’s hobbies include reading and spending time with his family.
Dr. Kemp is a South Georgia native who was born in Albany and grew up in Camilla. Both he and his family were excited that he has returned to South Georgia to practice medicine.
Dr. Kemp received his Bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University in Chemistry as well as a minor in Religion and Biology. He returned to Georgia and received his Medical Doctorate from Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, GA. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center program in Winston-Salem, NC.
As a specialist in Internal Medicine, Dr. Kemp specializes in treating adults for wellness and prevention as well as acute and chronic medical problems. As a physician, he enjoys getting to know his patients and their caregivers.