Crimmins, ’63 graduate and founding for Phoebe Family Medicine Residency, dies

Dr. Laurence Tarver Crimmins, a 1963 graduate who helped found the Family Medicine Residency Program at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, died Friday, Jan. 4.

Crimmins was also a veterinarian, having been in the first class to graduate from the University of Georgia’s School of Veterinary Science in 1950. The Macon native opened a vet practice in his hometown and, in 1953, joined the veterinary school to teach veterinary pathology.

Read more about Dr. Crimmins here.

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