Skip to main content

Dr. Steven Greer

Dr. Greer was born and raised in Coastal Georgia.  He obtained his undergraduate degree in neuroscience from the University of Delaware and his medical degree from St. George's University.

Dr. Greer completed his residency in Family Medicine and Fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, NC. During his career, he has served as team physician for High school, Collegiate, and professional athletes and was medical director for the largest Ironman 70.3 in the world.  He was the Director of Primary Care Sports Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia, where he founded their Sports Medicine Fellowship.  He has written multiple book chapters and articles, including “What physical exam techniques are useful to detect malingering.”


In 2022, he returned to Savannah to develop St. Joseph’s/Candler’s Bone, Joint, and Muscle Care Program.  He serves as team physician for Savannah State University and Richmond Hill High School

• Medical School: St. George's University School of Medicine- West Indies 2002

• Residency in Family Medicine: Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital 2005

• Fellowship in Sports Medicine: Moses H. Cone Primary Care Sports Medicine 2006

• Certification: Am Bd of Family Medicine

• Certification: Am Bd of Family Medicine-Sports Medicine