Job Title: Physician’s Assistant

Education

Undergraduate: Armstrong Atlantic State University, B.A. in Psychology

Graduate: University of Georgia, MEd in Educational Psychology (Gifted and Creative Education)

South University, MS in Physician Assistant Studies

Todd MacLeod completed his Physician Assistant Studies at South University in Savannah, Georgia, a Master of Education in Educational Psychology at the University of Georgia, Athens, and his undergraduate studies (B.A. in Psychology) at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah. He is also a Certified Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant. Todd chose to be a physician assistant because he wanted to help people and feel like he is making a difference in their lives. His clinical interests include dermatology, cosmetic surgery, trauma, and orthopedics.

Todd has been a physician assistant for 6 years. He is passionate about what he does, and enjoys the dynamics of his chosen profession–it is ever evolving, challenging, interesting, and never boring. While Todd encourages his patients to be proactive about their healthcare–researching their conditions and being an active participant, he cautions them to be aware of unreliable sources online.

Originally, Todd is from Coastal Georgia, but after vacationing in Portland he fell in love with it and decided to stay. Outside of the office, Todd enjoys boating, hiking, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.