Ron Eaker is an honor graduate from The University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences and the Medical College of Georgia. He is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology (since 1988) and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
He is past chairman of the department of ob-gyn and Chief-of-Staff at Trinity Hospital. He is a member of numerous medical societies, including the North American Menopause Society, Society of Gynecological Laparoscopy, South Atlantic Ob-Gyn Society, and a clinical advisor to the American Medical Runner’s Association.
He has received many awards and recognitions including Who’s Who in US physicians, and America’s Best Doctors. In 1994 he was honored by the American College of Ob-Gyn for his innovative patient education program for menopause.
Dr. Eaker sees and treats all gynecological problems, such as fibroids, pain, infertility, and surgery. As an affiliate of MDVIP, the national leader in personalized healthcare, he offers a unique women-focused wellness and preventive health program. Members of his MDVIP-affiliated practice benefit from gynecological services, including hormone monitoring and therapy, as well as counseling for sexual health and emotional well-being. Members also receive primary care services that include sick visits and preventive screenings — all with a focus on women’s individual health needs. Click here to learn more about this comprehensive program.
In addition, Dr. Eaker is Medical Director of Serotonin Plus Augusta, a weight management service, and an author of three books focused on women’s health. Responding to the needs of his own patients, in 2001 Dr. Eaker authored “Holy Hormones: Approaching PMS and Menopause God’s Way“. In July of 2007 Bethany House Publishers released Dr. Eaker’s “Healthy Habits for a Fit Family“, a simple, scientifically sound, sustainable way to lose fat and gain fitness. His most recent book is “A Woman’s Guide to Hormone Health“, a comprehensive guide to everything menopause. Dr. Eaker has appeared on numerous local and national TV and radio shows discussing Women’s Health Care and conducts several seminars every year on women’s health and wellness. His greatest asset, other than his faith in God, is his wife Susan and his two daughters. When he is not working, speaking, sleeping, or eating, he is running, having completed over forty marathons, including San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston Marathons.