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Panama City Surgery Center

Michael Ingram, M.D.

Dr. Ingram grew up in Pike County Alabama and is the first physician in his family. He attended the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) from 1976-1980 where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Chemistry and English.   While at the University of Alabama, he was elected to several honor societies including Phi Beta Kappa.   He married his wife of now 35 years, Marian, between ending undergraduate and starting medical school.   He then was fortunate to do his medical training at the University of Alabama in Birmingham from 1980-1984 where he graduated AOA (Alpha Omega Alpha) in the top 2% of his class.   His specialty training was done at the University of Colorado from 1984-1988.   There he delivered many babies, became proficient at Gynecological surgery and even learned a little about snow skiing.   After leaving his training program, he and Marian moved to Dothan Alabama where he practiced with Women’s Medical Center from 1988-1995. While in Dothan he served as a Chairman of the Dept. of OB/GYN, as a liaison to the Alabama Board of Medicine regarding the practice of midwifery in the State of Alabama, and on the Board of the Wiregrass Children’s Home.   Most importantly, his daughter Ashley was born in 1992 bringing great joy to his and Marian’s life.

His medical practice in Florida began in 1995 when he was able to join the well established practice of Dr. Mark Wolf.   This practice has continued to grow and add many new qualified and compassionate Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Certified Nurse Midwives with the support of our growing community.  Since moving to Panama City Dr. Ingram has served as Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Gulf Coast Medical Center, served on the Board of Bay County Youth Soccer Association and Bay United Soccer Club, and has actively coached girls’ soccer from ages 4 to 15.   He has been active in the community, and his primary interest now is in making Emerald Coast OB/GYN the best option for prenatal care and gynecological services in Bay County. Outside of his busy work life, Dr. Ingram has directed and participated in numerous volunteer medical mission trips to poverty stricken nations.


Obstetrics & Gynecology