Pamela G. Gaudry
MD. NCMP, FACOG, graduated summa cum laude from the University of Georgia in 1985. She then went on to receive her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1989 and stayed on there to complete her internship and residency in 1993. Dr. Gaudry was awarded many honors while in residency including “Intern of the Year” and “Junior Resident of the Year.” During her senior year, she was awarded “Senior Resident of the Year,” won the resident thesis award, and served as chief administrative resident.
Dr. Gaudry has been on the faculty of Memorial Medical Center since completing her residency in 1993. Dr. Gaudry has been active in The Georgia OB/GYN Society, The Georgia Medical Society, The Medical Association of Georgia, and The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She was asked to be in the inaugural class of the Georgia Physician’s Leadership Academy in 2007.
Dr. Gaudry is a North American Menopause Society Certified Menopause Practitioner. She has completed her training in Medical Sex Therapy, and also has a strong interest in helping couples maintain intimacy in their marriage after cancer or other life-threatening or life-changing events or medical issues.
Dr. Gaudry has most recently become very passionate about the fact that health care and personal issues important to menopausal women have been neglected. She has written a book for women to explain the changes that occur in this frightening time of their lives.
Her book, Love, Sweat, and Tears, is available on her website and in her gift shop. The book has most recently been made into a full-length documentary. She hopes to help women around the world learn about menopause and get through it safely, sanely, and well-educated.