Copiah County Medical Center
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Dr. Brannan, a native of Atlanta, graduated with honors from the University of Georgia majoring in Chemistry and Biochemistry. He attended the Medical College of Georgia on a U.S. Navy scholarship and was awarded his M.D. in 1982. After completing his internship in Internal Medicine, Dr. Brannan was stationed in Guam as Medical Officer for the submarine tender USS Proteus (AS-19) and provided medical support for military personnel and families throughout the western Pacific region.
Following his overseas duty he completed his medical residency at the Naval Hospital in Oakland, California. After completing service in the Navy, Dr. Brannan was a fellow in Digestive Diseases and Nutrition at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and served as a Clinical Instructor in Gastroenterology at UNC while pursuing advanced endoscopic training.
Dr. Brannan has authored numerous publications in medical journals and has participated in multiple clinical research studies investigating new medications and treatments for gastrointestinal disorders. Dr. Brannan is a member of the Mississippi State Medical Association, American College of Gastroenterology and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. Prior to joining the GI Associates in 2015, Dr. Brannan has been a widely respected gastroenterologist at the Premier Medical Group in Jackson, MS, for over twenty years. Dr. Brannan is affiliated with most major hospitals in the area and is accepting new patients.
Dr. Case is board certified in Otolaryngology.
Dr. Case is originally from Brookhaven and was raised in Long Beach, MS. He and his wife, Wendi, and their two children Corey and Olivia chose to relocate and practice in Brookhaven because of the close-knit Christian environment. Dr Case considers it a great privilege to be able to return an area where his family is originally from and provide specialty medical care with a personal touch. He enjoys practicing the full range of Otolaryngology and has significant experience in treating diseases of the sinuses, allergies, and facial skin cancer. Dr Case has received numerous academic and clinical awards throughout his education and training and has research published in peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Case will be seeing patients at Copiah County Medical Center to treat general ear, nose, and throat services, and pediatric ENT problems, as well as comprehensive assessment and treatment for chronic sinusitis and allergies.
Dr. Ryan Case
GI & Associates
Dr. Donald Brannan
Dr. Jay McDonald
Dr. David Steckler, MD, FACS
A native of Natchez, Mississippi, Dr. David Steckler grew up on a family farm along with eight siblings. The Steckler children spent most of their days hunting and fishing with their father, a Pathologist. His father instilled in him a love of land, helping others, and most importantly, medicine.
After graduating from Millsaps College, he received his MD from the University of Mississippi and completed post-graduate training in General Surgery from UMMC. He completed a Plastic Surgery Fellowship at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Dr. Steckler and his wife, Susan, have five children and are active members of St. Richard Catholic Church and St. Richard Catholic School. They travel back to their family land in Natchez to hunt and fish as often as they can.
The Mississippi Center for Plastic Surgery opened in April 2015, taking Dr. Steckler’s practice in a new direction. He is currently the only Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Madison County. The Center offers a more personal approach to the needs of clients. Our goal is achieve natural-looking results for cosmetic patients in order for them to feel good in their own skin. It is Dr. Steckler’s belief that a subtle approach to Plastic Surgery is beneficial to clients and leads to more satisfactory results.
Aside from cosmetic procedures, Dr. Steckler receives great satisfaction from clients with melanoma or undergoing reconstruction, especially breast reconstruction. Helping someone look and feel whole again after battling cancer is very rewarding. Dr. Steckler lost a sister to cancer 8 years ago, and he knows how this disease can devastate a family personally. For him, it is a blessing to be able to play a small part in helping someone feel normal again after beating breast cancer.
Dr. Jay McDonald is a native of Memphis but has deep family ties to Mississippi. He and his wife, Chavanne, have two young boys, Jay and George. He received his medical degree from Tulane University in New Orleans where he also obtained a Masters in Public Health. He completed his Anesthesiology residency from the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident. He then completed a fellowship from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Pain Management. During his time at UMC, Dr. McDonald was given an award for Resident of the Year. He has served on legislative boards for both the American Society of Anesthesiology and as well as the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management.
Dr. McDonald treats all types of pain and believes in a multidisciplinary approach that utilizes medications, interventional procedures, and physical therapy, along with behavioral techniques. Dr. McDonald is interested in new and state of the art therapies, such as spinal cord stimulation as a means to control and possibly eliminate chronic pain.
Dr. McDonald is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology & board certified in Pain Management.