Michael K. Lindsay
Dr. Lindsay is associate professor of medicine in the division of gynecology and obstetrics at Emory University School of Medicine, Director Division Maternal Fetal Medicine and Chief of Service for gynecology and obstetrics at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Area of Specialty: High Risk Gynecology/Obstetrics Maternal Fetal Medicine
Dr. Lindsay joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 1985. As a high risk obstetrician, Dr. Lindsay provides care for pregnant women with medical complications of pregnancy such as pregnancy induced diabetes and hypertension, multiple gestation, and fetal anomalies. Dr. Lindsay’s large extended family played a key role in influencing his interest in specializing in pregnancy.
In 2009, Dr. Lindsay was named one of Atlanta’s Top Doctors. He received the prestigious Award of Excellence from the Journal of the National Medical Association in 2007.
My childhood dream was to become a doctor specifically an obstetrician gynecologist. I practice at Grady because at the end of the day I feel that I have made a positive contribution to the lives of an underserved patient population that deserves quality medical care.
I have had the pleasant experience while out around town to have former patients come up to me and thank me for providing obstetrical care and introduce their child to me.
More on Dr. Lindsay
Feature Article: "A Sound Investment"
Faculty Profile: Dr. Michael K. Lindsay