Dr. Anne Graham Masters is a retired physician based out of Greenville, South Carolina. She is the former medical director and owner of the Perinatal Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Most recently, she served as a volunteer physician at the Greenville Free Medical Clinic.
Dr. Masters started the first Perinatology medical practice outside of a major university in Southeast Florida, known as the Perinatal Center. Here, she developed the first Maternal Transport Team in Florida, transporting high-risk mothers from surrounding counties to a tertiary care hospital. She established, administered and directed state and community-based programs for indigent pregnant women and educational programs for medical staff and hospitals.
Prior to the founding of the Perinatal Center, Dr. Masters practiced privately at Southern California Perinatal Centers, served as an assistant professor at UCLA School of Medicine and worked as a medical director for High Risk Obstetrical Clinics at Riverside General Hospital in California.
She received her B.A. from Warren Wilson College, attended Tulane University School of Medicine and earned her MBA from the University of London. She is currently a board member for the New Morning Foundation and serves on the Board of Trustees for Warren Wilson College. She has served on the Board for the Greenville Free Medical Clinic and the Greenville March of Dimes, and was a member of the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network and Liberty Fellowship. Dr. Masters was also appointed by the Governor of South Carolina to the Task Force for the Management, Accountability and Performance Commission in 2003.