Craig Weil, MD

Title: Doctor

Company: Dr. Craig E. Weil, MD

Location: Marietta, GA

MARIETTA, GA, February 12, 2015, Dr. Craig Weil has been recognized by Elite American Physicians for dedication, achievements and leadership in hand surgery and upper-extremity surgery.

Dr. Weil was inspired to pursue his current career path by a desire to make the most of the experiences he had while working with his father, who was a general practitioner. For more than 30 years, Dr. Weil has been nurturing an abundant skill set—one that has pushed him to the forefront of Cobb County’s medical industry. Dr. Weil has garnered a reputation of distinction and prominence for his compassionate care,wei and for his proficiencies in the treatment of adhesive capsulitis, and ankle and achilles tendon sprains and ruptures.

Dr. Weil attended Northwestern University and the UAB School of Medicine; he later completed an internship in Pediatrics and Medicine and a residency in General Surgery, both at Emory University. He has remained abreast of trends and developments in his field as a member of the American Medical Association, The American Society for Surgery of the Hand, and the Medical Association of Georgia. He also belongs to the Atlanta Orthopaedic Society, the Atlanta Medical Association, the Cobb County Medical Society, the Nalebuff Hand Club, and the Southern Orthopaedic Association.

Upon reflecting on a rewarding career, Dr. Weil attributes his success to listening to his patients. He says he would like to be remembered as an individual who “was focused on being of service to [his] patients and who never forgot that [he’s] trying to get answers for them and to make sure that they get the best care.”

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