Dr. Davis serves as the District Health Director for the Coastal Health District, District 9-1. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Furman University and a medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia. After completing an internal medicine residency he spent one year on the Medical College of Georgia faculty before entering private practice in Dublin, Georgia. He practiced internal medicine for thirteen years and worked full time as an ER physician for two years in Dublin. In 1998, Dr. Davis became the district health director for Georgia’s South Central District. He has served as the chair of the state's technical review committee (onsite sewage disposal) since its creation in July of 1999. He has served on the boards of multiple local organizations and is a proponent of strengthening public health's community presence through community involvement. Davis and his wife, Diane, have three grown children. He enjoys coastal boating and fishing and golf.