Michael D. Gilmore, MD
A native of Chipley, Florida, Dr. Gilmore received his bachelor's degree while playing as the All-American Free Safety and Defensive Captain of the '93 and '94 SEC Champion Florida Gators. He was one of the nation's most honored scholar-athletes during 1993-1994 and remains one of the top scholar-athletes in University of Florida's football history.
After graduating Magna Cum Laude, Dr. Gilmore was accepted into the medical program at the University of Florida School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at the prestigious University of Florida Orthopaedic Institute, where he became chief resident. During his residency, he combined his passion for sports and medicine as one of the researchers for the air-cooled Temperature Management System (TMS) shoulder pads used by high school, college, and pro football teams across America.
Dr. Gilmore is a Board Certified Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Specializing in minimally invasive surgery with the latest arthroscopic techniques, Dr. Gilmore treats patients of all ages from pediatric to adults. He has an unwavering commitment to providing quality care to the residents of Florida's Panhandle and looks forward to many more years of service.