Steven Georgian, DPM

May 5, 2022

Graduated

Dr. Georgian graduated in 2022

Fellowship

Employed at Foot & Ankle Specialist of George Regional Hospital, Lucedale, Mississippi.

My name is Steven Georgian and I am husband to one amazing wife and father to an incredible, beautiful daughter. I grew up in south Mississippi where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from William Carey University (WCU). While attending WCU, I was afforded the opportunity to play on the tennis team. After graduating from college I worked various jobs before getting accepted into podiatric medical school at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine (KSUCPM).

After earning my Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree from KSUCPM, my family and I moved to Pittsburgh, PA for residency training at West Penn Hospital.  While in Pittsburgh, we have made many friends and have had the opportunity to serve at a local church. We are truly blessed to have been afforded the opportunity to move to Pittsburgh for my residency training.  My experience at West Penn has been nothing short of incredible. The quality of our patient encounters in both the clinical setting and the operating room is exceptional. Our residency director and attending’s take time each day to make sure that we are constantly developing the necessary skills and knowledge to best serve our patients. 

I have recently accepted a position at George Regional Hospital in South Mississippi where I will be able to use the things I have learned throughout residency to better serve the people of south Mississippi. My family is thrilled to be moving back home and very thankful for the opportunity to do so. We will be forever grateful for the training and friendships that we have made while training at West Penn Hospital.

“This program has given me every chance to maximize my potential as a Foot and Ankle surgeon. I believe that having the extensive clinical and operative training from West Penn will be very advantageous for me once my residency training is complete and I start to practice on my own. Our surgical cases are very diversified and complex which allows for a deeper understanding of the various foot and ankle conditions we encounter. Throughout my residency I have been able to attend weekly academic conferences and workshops which have helped me sharpen both my surgical knowledge and skills.  From my training at West Penn Hospital, I feel confident in diagnosing and treating a wide range foot and ankle conditions both conservatively and operatively.”

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