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Edward Payson Daugherty

Edward Payson Daugherty, American medical facility administrator. Named one of Outstanding Young Men American, 1985.


Daugherty, Edward Payson was born on November 9, 1956 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States.


Bachelor of Science, Valdosta State College, 1979. Master of Science, West Virginia University, 1980. Doctor of Education, West Virginia University, 1987.

Postgraduate, Kirksville College, Missouri. Postgraduate, Kirksville College Osteopathic Medical, since 1991.


Graduate teaching assistant West Virginia University, Morgantown, 1979-1984. Cardiology supervisor Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, 1984-1986. Vice president West Star Finance Services, Florence, Kentucky, 1986-1987.

Director cardiology, neurology, respiratory departments South Georgia Medical Center, Valdosta, 1987-1989. Medical resident Baptist Medical Centers, Birmingham, Alabama. Owner Daugherty Maint.

Services, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1980-1988. Lecturer advanced cardiac life support American Heart Association.


Vice president Valdosta Track Club. Den leader Cub Scouts, Lake Park, Georgia. Soccer coach Young Men’s Christian Association, Florence, 1987.

Member American College Sports Medicine, American Association Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, American Heart Association (public speakers bureau 1985-1987, delegate statewide program planning committee 1986-1987, chairman cardiac rehabilitation task force 1985-1986, trustee Lowndes County heart unit 1988, vice president 1991), Cranial Academy, Christian Medical and Dental Association (vice president chapter 1991), American Osteo Association, Sigma Sigma Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Long distance running, tennis, carpentry.


Son of Lawton and Florence (Patterson) D. M. Nell Baker; children: Craig, Brooke, Laura.