Dr. Tracey Lemon-Sams, MD, F.A.C.O.G.
About Dr. Tracey
Dr. Lemon-Sams is the Founder and principal investigator for Georgia Center for Women (GACFW). Dr. Lemon-Sams is a native of Atlanta and is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She brings over 17 years of experience to this field. Dr. Lemon-Sams obtained her B.S. degree from Florida A&M University and her doctorate of medicine degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. She received her residency training at Tulane University Hospital in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Lemon-Sams is trained and uses da Vinci Robotics, a minimally invasive surgery, used for hysterectomies, removal of fibroid tumors, and other cases. As a researcher, she is able to test drugs effectiveness and help bring new drugs and technologies to market.
Dr. Lemon-Sams is the past Chairman of the Obstetrics Department and member of the Executive team at Atlanta Medical Center. She is on the Clinical Faculty at Emory. She is also a principal investigator at Georgia Center for Research where they perform clinical trials in the area of women’s health. Dr. Lemon-Sams is also a speaker for Takeda Pharmaceuticals and participates on many advisory boards for Pharmaceuticals companies. Dr. Lemon-Sams loves teaching and serves as clinical advisory and instructor for medical students.
Dr. Lemon-Sams enjoys and takes pride in her Practices and views her patients as friends. Dr. Lemon-Sams is married with twin boys.