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An accomplished family physician dedicated to public service, Dr. Donna C. Haley practiced medicine as a Lieutenant Commander with the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps before starting her own practice in Georgia. During this time, Dr. Haley worked with the U.S. Indian Health Service, providing family health care, including prenatal and pediatric medicine, for a traditional Native American community of 3,500 residents. Five years later, Dr. Donna C. Haley returned to her hometown of Canton, Georgia, to establish her own practice, and she has continued to serve in that community for the past 16 years. Dr. Donna C. Haley earned her Doctor of Medicine from the Emory University School of Medicine in 1987, staying on to complete her internship in internal medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital and other affiliated facilities. At the Medical University of South Carolina, where Dr. Haley fulfilled her residency, she divided her time between indigenous communities in Alaska and New Mexico, providing obstetrics and other family services. Dr. Haley also served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of New Mexico, during which time she instructed and monitored medical students and residents in training while they worked at local Indian Health Clinics. A longtime member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Dr. Haley also belongs to the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and she holds Diplomate status with the American Board of Family Medicine. She is board certified in family medicine. Dr. Haley prefers to spend her free time with her children, and she enjoys outdoor activities such as swimming, hiking, and biking.

Work experience

Nov 1995Present


Donna C. Haley, MD


Jul 1988Nov 1990

Completion family medicine

Medical University of South Carolina

June 1990 one month rotation in obstetrics in anchorage Alaska with Indian health service, October 1989 month long rotation in family medicine with Indian health service in new Mexico.

Jul 1987Jun 1988


Emory University

Trained at Grady memorial hospital and other Emory affiliated hospitals in nation's largest internal medicine program

Jan 1983Jan 1987


Emory University School of Medicine

American Academy of Family Physicians American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Inactive Reserve Commissioned Corps USPHS

Aug 1979May 1983

Bachelor of science

University of Georgia

Pre med student organization Worked as medical technologist Uganda student health services during 4 years of college

Jun 1976May 1979


North Georgia technical school

GOAL winner (Georgia occupational award of leadership)