Birmingham Medical News
By STEVE SPENcER
After five decades in medicine, James Andrews, MD has announced his retirement from daily practice as of the end of 2023. To put his career in perspective, Lyndon Johnson was President when Andrews, who had been an SEC pole vault champion as an undergrad, entered the LSU School of Medicine. After completing an orthopaedic residency at Tulane in 1972, followed by surgical fellowships in sports medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and at the University of Lyon in France, Andrews joined a practice in Columbus, Georgia before starting his Birmingham practice in 1986.
From there, the James Andrews story is so well-known as..
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