Rheumatologist Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., works as an Assistant Professor of internal medicine and rheumatology at the Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon and teaches medical students and residents at The Medical Center of Central Georgia. Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., serves as one of more than 278 faculty members of the Mercer University School of Medicine, which boasts an enrollment of 350 students and grants several kinds of medical degrees. Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., also teaches medical students and residents at Georgia’s second largest hospital, The Medical Center of Central Georgia, a full-service hospital that houses more 600 beds and serves an estimated population of 750,000. In addition, she works on case reports and publications as a member of the faculty there. In addition to her role as an instructor, Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., works in a private practice focusing on rheumatology, an internal medicine sub-specialty that focuses on treating diseases in the joints, muscles, and bones. Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., also serves as an Attending Physician at the Anderson Health Care Rheumatology Clinic. She graduated from the Mercer University School of Medicine and completed a two-year rheumatology fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. When not working, Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., enjoys reading books from a diverse range of authors that includes Barbara Kingsolver, Lauretta Hannon, Jane Walker, Raleigh Kirby Godsey, Ferrol Sams, Janisse Ray, and Nancy Grace. Kathy C. Lynn, M.D., also likes to garden, water ski, and kayak. She is a member of the environmental group, the Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Georgia Wilderness Society, a group of outdoor enthusiasts who travel throughout the southeastern United States to enjoy hiking, canoeing, and other activities.