A. Fair Franklin, PA-C
A. Fair Franklin, PA-C is a native Georgian who grew up in Atlanta. She received her undergraduate training in Biology with a minor in International Business at Georgia State University. After college, Fair moved to Augusta, Georgia to pursue her degree in Medical Science from the Medical College of Georgia in the Physician Assistant program.
After completing multiple rotations in general medicine with a preceptorship in neurosurgery, she joined Peachtree Neurosurgery, P.C. in Atlanta. After spending 7 years working in neurosurgery and ICU critical care, Fair decided to pursue a career in Dermatology. She joined Atlanta Dermatology and Laser Surgery in Atlanta where she worked with Dr. Jerry Cooper for 8 years. During this time, she was a clinical preceptor for medical and podiatric residents and she authored several chapters in medical review textbooks. Fair joins our practice with over 8 years of Dermatology experience and has a particular interest in skin aging and skin cancer. Fair practices both general Dermatology and Dermatologic surgery.
Fair is licensed by the Georgia Composite Board of Medical Examiners and maintains certification with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, and the Georgia Dermatology Physician Assistants organization.
Fair enjoys traveling, reading, and cooking. She is actively involved in Boy Scouts and enjoys coaching Lacrosse. She is married and currently resides in Sandy Springs with her husband, Lance, and three children.
What is a Physician Assistant (PA)?
Physician Assistants (PA’s) are health care professionals licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision. PA’s are educated and trained in the medical model, which is designed to complement physician training, at nationally accredited Physician Assistant programs. Following graduation from an accredited program, a PA must pass a national examination in order to become certified by the NCCPA (National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants) and in order to receive a state license to practice. PA’s conduct physical examinations, order and interpret tests, and provide a broad range of both diagnostic and therapeutic services that include writing prescriptions and performing procedures.