J. Garth Stauffer, MD, PC

Dr. Stauffer holds a B.S. in Biology from Gonzaga University in Spokane,Washington, and earned his medical degree from the University Of Louisville Medical School in Louisville, Kentucky. After completing his residency at the Anniston Family Practice Residency Program in 1985, he became a partner in Auburn Family Care, a family practice/urgent care center, in Auburn, Alabama. In 1996 he established Alabama Occupational Medicine, an independent occupational medicine practice, and joined Hughston Occupational Medicine in 1997. After a seven year partnership with the Hughston Clinic Occupational Medicine service, Alabama Occupational Medicine was refounded and relocated to its present location in April 2005.

Board certified in Family Practice, Dr. Stauffer has completed a master’s degree in preventive medicine and public health from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He is a certified Medical Review Officer and Aviation Medical Examiner and holds memberships in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the American Medical Association, and the Medical Association of the State of Alabama. His areas of special interest include substance abuse/drug testing and ergonomics.

He is married to Dr. Cathleen Giustino, an associate professor of history at Auburn University. Dr. Stauffer is an active member of the Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and the Auburn Kiwanis club. He enjoys exercising, outdoor activities and day hiking.