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William T. Cook, MD

Gynecologist and Gynecologic Surgeon located in Fayetteville, GA & Peachtree City, GA

About Dr. Cook

As of July 1, 2023, Dr. William Cook decided to focus his practice on gynecology and gynecologic surgery only.  As a result, WSF expanded, adding a satellite office at 403 Westpark Court in Peachtree City. The new location provides a more convenient and efficient way for Dr Cook to continue his gynecology only practice. He still performs all his surgeries at Piedmont Fayette Hospital.

Dr. Cook has remained at the cutting edge of gynecologic care. He was an early adopter of minimally invasive surgery. Most of his surgeries are done through a single belly button incision and his patients go home the same day. Dr. Cook also has extensive experience with pelvic prolapse repair surgery and urogynecology surgery such as bladder slings for urinary leakage.

Not every problem needs or even has a surgical solution. There are many medical options, both prescriptive and holistic, that are very useful in women’s health. Dr. Cook want to  make sure that his patients are aware of all their options. He has extensive experience in dealing with birthcontrol options, menopause problems, pelvic pain, fibroid management, heavy, painful menses, dysparunea and mood disorders.

Dr. Cook has been a volunteer physician at Grant Park Family Clinic in Atlanta where he has provided prenatal and gynecologic care for impoverished women in the metro area since 1992. He is also a preceptor for the Physician Assistant program at Mercer University, giving students one on one proctoring for their rotation in Women’s Health.

In 1989, after completing medical school at the University of Michigan and residency in Ob/Gyn at the University of Chicago, he joined the staff at Piedmont Hospital. He has held many leadership roles within the Piedmont system, including being the first elected President of the Medical staff at Piedmont Fayette Hospital.  He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the hospital from 2003-2006 when the hospital decided to offer maternity services. He founded his group, the Women’s Specialists of Fayette in order to provide the highest level of obstetrical care for the citizens of Fayette County and southern Metro Atlanta. After delivering over 5000 babies, he is happy to get sleep every night.

Dr. Cook and his wife, Pat, have been married since 1985. They have lived in Peachtree City since 1995. They have 3 grown children and two grandchildren.

William Cook, MD

As of July 1, 2023, Dr. William Cook decided to focus his practice on gynecology and gynecologic surgery only.  As a result, WSF expanded, adding a satellite office at 403 Westpark Court in Peachtree City. The new location provides a more convenient and efficient way for Dr Cook to continue his gynecology only practice. He still performs all his surgeries at Piedmont Fayette Hospital.

Dr. Cook has remained at the cutting edge of gynecologic care. He was an early adopter of minimally invasive surgery. Most of his surgeries are done through a single belly button incision and his patients go home the same day. Dr. Cook also has extensive experience with pelvic prolapse repair surgery and urogynecology surgery such as bladder slings for urinary leakage.

Not every problem needs or even has a surgical solution. There are many medical options, both prescriptive and holistic, that are very useful in women’s health. Dr. Cook want to  make sure that his patients are aware of all their options. He has extensive experience in dealing with birthcontrol options, menopause problems, pelvic pain, fibroid management, heavy, painful menses, dysparunea and mood disorders.

Dr. Cook has been a volunteer physician at Grant Park Family Clinic in Atlanta where he has provided prenatal and gynecologic care for impoverished women in the metro area since 1992. He is also a preceptor for the Physician Assistant program at Mercer University, giving students one on one proctoring for their rotation in Women’s Health.

In 1989, after completing medical school at the University of Michigan and residency in Ob/Gyn at the University of Chicago, he joined the staff at Piedmont Hospital. He has held many leadership roles within the Piedmont system, including being the first elected President of the Medical staff at Piedmont Fayette Hospital.  He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the hospital from 2003-2006 when the hospital decided to offer maternity services. He founded his group, the Women’s Specialists of Fayette in order to provide the highest level of obstetrical care for the citizens of Fayette County and southern Metro Atlanta. After delivering over 5000 babies, he is happy to get sleep every night.

Dr. Cook and his wife, Pat, have been married since 1985. They have lived in Peachtree City since 1995. They have 3 grown children and two grandchildren.


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