Stephen F. Davidson, MD, is a Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgeon, certified by the American Board of
Plastic Surgery. He has performed all types of plastic and
reconstructive surgery, and has a special interest in
reconstructive breast surgery.
A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Murray State
University in Murray, KY, Dr. Davidson received his
Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Health Science
Center in San Antonio, TX. He completed his Surgical
Internship, Surgical Residency, Plastic Surgery Residency
and Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship at the University of
Mississippi Medical Center. He has been a partner in other
plastic surgery practices in Texas and Mississippi. In
addition to being in private practice, Dr. Davidson has an
appointment as Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of
Plastic Surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical
Dr. Davidson has received awards for
presentations and exhibits from such prestigious
organizations as the Mississippi State Medical Association,
American Association for Hand Surgery, American Federation
of Clinic Research, and Southeastern Society of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgeons. His areas of research have included
silicone immunology, microsurgery, and the effects of
ultraviolet light. He has published more than 50 abstracts
and articles in peer review journals.
Dr. Davidson is a member of several of the
profession's most respected and prestigious medical
organizations, including the American Society of Plastic
Surgeons, Southern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgeons, American Medical Association, and American College
of Surgeons (Candidate Group).
Dr. Davidson's hospital affiliations
include The Plastic Surgical Center of Mississippi,
Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, River Oaks Hospital,
Woman's Hospital at River Oaks, HealthSouth Mississippi
Surgical Center, HealthSouth Surgicare of Jackson, St.
Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rankin Medical Center,
and Kings Daughter's Hospital in Brookhaven.
Dr. Davidson and his wife, Clay Lambert
Davidson, have two children, John Clayton and Mary Parker.
They are members of Christ United Methodist Church.