About Dr. Duncan
Dr. Duncan is a native of Mobile, Alabama and left to attend Mississippi State University on a full football scholarship. In his senior year he suffered a career ending knee injury and returned to Mobile to finish his undergraduate work at the University of Mobile, obtaining a dual degree with a BS in Biology and Chemistry.
Dr. Duncan worked as a chemist at Olin Chemical Co. immediately upon graduating college but soon decided to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor. Upon receiving his medical degree from St. George University, he entered residency at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia at the Medical Center of Central Georgia. After completing two years of an Internal Medicine residency, Dr. Duncan decided that Obstetrics and Gynecology was more suited for him and he then completed his residency in OB/GYN at Mercer University. Dr. Duncan worked as a traveling doctor upon graduating until he was recruited by Capital Regional Medical Center to come to Tallahassee in November 2001.
Dr. Duncan began building his career by practicing high risk Obstetrics and delivering at both Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and Capital Regional Medical Center. In 2004 he moved his entire practice to Capital Regional Medical Center and in 2007 phased out of Obstetrics and focused on Gynecology, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and health Management.
Today, Dr. Duncan has been serving the needs of his patients by providing state of the art Gynecology services and assisting in balance hormones and preventing disease.