It's normal for a parent to worry; part of a Pediatrician's job is to address those concerns.

- Doug Nesbit

Dr. Katherine Minton

Dr. Katherine Minton believes her role as a doctor means leading by example.

Educated at the State University of New York at Geneseo, the Medical University of South Carolina and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, Dr. Minton is a firm believer that lifestyle choices impact patients’ health as much as any medical care she might administer. She’s an avid runner, interested in the role personal fitness plays in not only her life, but the lives of her patients and her young daughter.

Dr. Douglas Nesbit

Dr. Douglas Nesbit, a Board Certified pediatrician, grew up in Augusta. He graduated from Wake Forest University and returned to Augusta to attend the Medical College of Georgia, remaining for his pediatrics residency and eventually becoming Chief Pediatric Resident at the MCG Children’s Medical Center – a facility he continues to support both professionally and personally. He entered private practice with Dr. Gene Tanner – his own pediatrician – in 2000.
Dr. Nesbit has staff privileges at all four local hospitals that treat children and newborns. Dr. Nesbit is married to Amy Sutherland Nesbit and has three children.

Nesbit and Minton

patient forms new patients coloring book for parents

Practice History

The practice of Nesbit & Minton is more than doctors providing care and treatment to children. It’s a continuation of a tradition that can be traced back almost 100 years. Originally started by Dr. William Mulherin, widely recognized as the father of Augusta pediatrics, the practice now known as Nesbit & Minton has provided a home for some of Augusta’s most notable pediatricians and care for generations of the community’s children.