Barbara N. Croft, MD, FACOG, retired
"It is with mixed emotions that Piedmont OB-GYN is announcing Dr. Barbara Croft's retirement after 38 years of providing excellent care and service for her patients. She has been an amazing physician to so many women during her career as well as mentor to those of us who have joined her in the rewarding field of women's health. We wish her much happiness and only the best in retirement!"
Dr. Croft has been practicing medicine in Atlanta for over 30 years. She graduated with honors and completed her Residency at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, where she was elected president of the Association for Emory Medical Women. She is a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FACOG). Dr. Croft was honored to be named the first woman to sit on the Board of Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, and she also served as the president of the Emory Medical School Alumni Association Board. She is a long-time volunteer in the Women’s Shelter of First Presbyterian Church and enjoys reading, travel and knitting. She is the mother of a grown son and daughter.