Dr. Crenshaw is a native of Selma, Alabama and is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. After graduating from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, he completed his Internal Medicine training at The University of Alabama School of Medicine (UAB). During his tenure at UAB, Dr. Crenshaw was selected as Chief Medical Resident and he received the Tinsley Harrison M.D. Resident of the Year Award during his final year of training. Dr. Crenshaw later transitioned to Atlanta to complete his Nephrology Fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine. While at Emory, Dr. Crenshaw was recognized for his clinical and research efforts when he was awarded the Georgia National Kidney Foundation Lawrence C. Crain Award for clinical research.
Dr. Crenshaw has been practicing Nephrology in Thomasville, Georgia since 2007 and currently serves as an adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine at The Florida State University College of Medicine. His clinical interests include Hypertension management, obesity in African Americans with End Stage Renal Disease, and the investigation of unique Acid Base and electrolyte disorders. Dr. Crenshaw has also served as chairman of both the Ethics Committee and division of Pharmacy and Therapeutics at his local hospital during his medical tenure in Thomasville. Dr. Crenshaw’s ambition is to provide up-to-date, world-class compassionate care to the citizens of South Georgia and North Florida.
When Dr. Crenshaw is not practicing medicine, he enjoys serving both his local church and community, along with traveling with his family.