Phil Gingrey

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Republican Georgia

U.S. House (Georgia 11)


Family: Wife: Billie Ayers; 4 Children: Billy, Gannon, Phyllis, Laura Neill

Born: 07/10/1942 Augusta, GA

Home: Marietta, Georgia

Religion: Roman Catholic

Education: MD, Medical College of Georgia, 1969 BS, Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1965

Profession: Marietta OB-GYN Affiliates, 1974-2000

Political: Representative, United States House of Representatives, 2003-present Senator, Georgia State Senate, 1999-2002 Board Member, Marietta City School Board, 1993-1997

Congressional Membership: 4H Caucus Air Force Caucus Anti-Terrorism Caucus Anti-Value Added Tax Caucus Appalachian Caucus Army Caucus Congressional Adoption Caucus Congressional Autism Research Caucus Congressional Fire Services Caucus Congressional Israel Allies Caucus Congressional Manufacturing Caucus Congressional Medical Professionals Caucus Congressional Vision Caucus Conservative Opportunity Society Electronic Warfare Caucus Hellenic Caucus House Republican Israel Caucus House Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Education Caucus Human Rights Caucus Immigration Reform Caucus Law Enforcement Caucus Medical and Dental Doctors in Congress Caucus Medical Malpractice Task Force Missile Defense Caucus Nanotechnology Caucus National Guard and Reserve Components Caucus NASCAR Caucus Navy-Marine Corps Caucus Pro-Life Caucus Republican Study Committee Second Amendment Task Force Space Power Caucus Stop Meth Caucus Taiwan Caucus Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Caucus Textile Caucus United States China Working Group Values Action Team Victory in Iraq Caucus Washington Waste Watchers

Organization Membership: Leadership Cobb, 1996 Focus Cobb, 1995 American Medical Association Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America Cobb County Medical Society Cobb County Republican Party Georgia OB-GYN Society Medical Association of Georgia Member/Youth Instructor, Saint Joseph Catholic Church


Energy and Commerce

Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection

Subcommittee on Health (Energy and Commerce)

Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Energy and Commerce)