My name is Tamara Marsh. I am a native of Ozark, Alabama. As a child, my family owned a vacation home at Panama City Beach. I grew up on the white sandy beaches. Those family beach get-a-ways fanned my love for the area. When it was time to open my own podiatry practice, I knew the Forgotten Coast was home for me and my family.
I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-medicine Zoology at Auburn University. I earned my Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine at Barry University in Miami. I completed a rigorous, high-volume, podiatric surgical residency at Edgewater Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. There I worked with over 100 different attending physicians in three different hospitals. During my residency, I worked at over a dozen different outpatient surgical centers. I logged in over 1,350 cases in just two years. I worked in the hospital and office clinic settings, as well.
In 2007, I became a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a Diplomat with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. I am on staff at both Sacred Heart in Port St. Joe and Weems Memorial in Apalachicola.
On a personal note, I am married to my childhood sweetheart. We are proud parents of a beautiful daughter and a rambunctious son. When I am not working, my time is spent with family or at church. I enjoy singing, musical theatre, choral music, swimming, and pretending I am a professional chef.