Dr. Sanders Callaway is a native of Georgia. He was raised in Statesboro and after completing his undergraduate degree at Georgia Southern University, began his medical career at the Medical College of Georgia. He graduated from MCG as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. After medical school he completed a one- year internship in Internal Medicine and a three-year Dermatology Residency both at MCG. From there, he joined the staff at the Dermatology Center of Atlanta.
With a desire to open his own practice, Dr. Callaway felt the warmth and charm of Augusta would be the perfect location to do so.
Dr. Callaway is a resident of Columbia County and is married to his college sweetheart, Dana. They have two children, Patty and Wesley.
- Secretary-Treasurer - American Society for Mohs Surgery - 2019-2020
- Best Dermatologist - Columbia County Magazine - 2018
- Nominating Committee -American Society for Mohs Surgery - 2019
- Best Dermatologist - Columbia County Magazine - 2017
- Board of Directors - American Society for Mohs Surgery - 2017 - present
- President - Georgia Society of Dermatologists - 2016-2017
- Best Dermatologist - Columbia County Magazine - 2016
- Best Dermatologist - Columbia County Magazine - 2015
- President - Elect - Georgia Society of Dermatologists - 2014-2015
- Treasurer - Georgia Society of Dermatologists - 2014-2015
- Best Doctor, 2nd Runner Up – Columbia County Magazine - 2014
- Best Doctor, 1st Runner Up – Columbia County Magazine - 2013
- Best Doctor, 1st Runner Up – Columbia County Magazine - 2012
- Leading Physicians of the World - International Association of Dermatologists - 2012-Present
- Best Doctor - Columbia County Magazine - 2011
- Best Doctor - Columbia County Magazine - 2010
- Leadership Circle for Volunteerism Award - American Academy of Dermatology - 2010
- Best Doctor - Columbia County Magazine - 2009
- America's Top Dermatologists - Consumer's Research Council -Washington, DC - 2008-Present
- Leaders Society - Dermatology Foundation - 2007-Present
- Clinical Professor - Dermatology, Medical College of Georgia - 2005-Present
- AADA Congressional Lobbyist to Capitol Hill for Medical Liability and Medicare Reform
- Chief Resident - Medical College of Georgia - Section of Dermatology - 2002-2003
- Third Place - Resident Research Award - Richmond County Medical Society - May 2003
- American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Preceptorship - Harold J. Brody, M.D. - September 2002
- First Place - Georgia Society of Dermatologists - Abele Residents' Symposium - June 2002
- Second Place - Georgia Society of Dermatologists - Abele Residents' Symposium - June 2001
- Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society - Inducted Fall 1998
- MCG Honors Day Certificate of Achievement for 4.0 GPA Fall 1995 - March 1997
- MCG General Academic Scholarship - 1996, 1997, 1998
- Sigma Chi Fraternity Foundation Academic Scholarship - 1996, 1997, 1998
- Betty Ford Center - 1 of 60 medical students selected nationwide for 1 week experience - 1996
- Georgia Southern University Bell Honors Program Graduate - cum laude
|CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE
|SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
|PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH
- Callaway, Sanders R. Large Scalp Skin Closure after Staged Excision for Melanoma in situ. Mimedx Patient Case; 2019
- Marks R, Powell M, Callaway S, Marks S, Mullins, S. I Must In-Cyst on a Biopsy - Poster Presentation. Southeastern Consortium for Dermatology; November 2017.
- Wiggins AK, Callaway SR, Davis LS. Normolipemic Xanthomas on the ears of an adolescent – J Am Acad Dermatol 2004;51(4):663-4.
- Callaway SR, Ratz JL. Cryoblast, A modified cryosurgical technique for thicker lesions - J Am Acad Dermatol 2004;51(3):458-9.
- Callaway SR, Lesher JL. Keratosis Pilaris Atrophicans: Case Series and Review - Pediatr Dermatol. 2004;21(1):14-7.
- Callaway SR, Davis LS. The Sarcoidosis-Lymphoma Syndrome - Postgrad Dermatol. 2003;1:1-3.
- Akri E, Wilde J, Callaway SR, Lesher JL. Black-spot poison ivy - Submitted to Emerg Med
- Clinical Investigator - Teva Neuroscience – Melanoma incidence in patients with Parkinson’s disease - 2003