Jeffrey Trawick, DO
EMT - University of South Alabama
Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Alabama
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia Campus
Danville Regional Medical Center in Danville, Virginia
American Board of Family Medicine
Dr. Jeff Trawick is a native of Bay Minette, Alabama where he attended Baldwin County High School. He
then attended Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina, but returned to the University of South
Alabama in Mobile to complete training to become one of the first nationally registered EMT
paramedics in Alabama in 1984. At the same time, he and his wife were married, and have
enjoyed nearly 35 wonderful years together. Dr. Trawick spent 14 years working as a paramedic on
ambulances, helicopters, offshore oil rigs, and in international industrial settings. He was one a of a
dozen paramedics selected to assist in the oil well firefighting effort in Kuwait after the Gulf War. While
working as a medic, Dr. Trawick completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Alabama.
After being injured while working in EMS, he entered the information technology industry and founded
a computer networking services company. He later worked as an upper tier network and security analyst
for several major companies, providing network and security services to many Fortune 500 clients. He
played a key role in the recovery of the Department of Defense computer networks at the Pentagon
following the September 1, 2001 terrorist attacks. During most of these years, Jeff also served as a part-
time minister of music and worship at two small churches in northeast Georgia.
In spite of enjoying his tenures in EMS and IT, Jeff held a lifelong dream to become a physician. He
attended medical school and graduated from PCOM Georgia and completed his residency at Danville
Regional Medical Center in Danville, Virginia. Since completing residency, he has worked full time as an
Emergency Department physician. He has also been appointed as an Assistant Clinical Professor at his
alma mater, PCOM Georgia, where he teaches and mentors first- and second-year medical students.
Jeff and Amy have two adult children, Elizabeth and Nathaniel. They live near Jefferson, Georgia, where
they are active members of Maysville Baptist Church. Jeff enjoys woodworking, flying small aircraft,
reading, writing songs, and playing the piano. Amy is a professional educator who provides reading
program training services for schools and other teachers. Jeff’s passion is working in the emergency
department to provide timely and compassionate care to his patients at their greatest time of need, as
well as helping to educate our next generation of physicians.