Dr. Candi Nobles-James, a 1986 Coffee High School graduate, has been named one of Georgia’s top doctors for 2020 by Georgia Trend Magazine.
Dr. Nobles-James is on staff at Mercer Medicine at Macon. She is one of a handful of adult endocrinologists in the area and is experienced in treating a variety of thyroid disorders, including thyroid cancer, in addition to other related ailments such as adrenal disease, polycystic kidney disease, diabetes, hyperparathyroidism, and pituitary deficiencies and tumors.
Dr. Nobles-James earned her M.D. from Mercer University School of Medicine and Bachelor of Science in biology from Valdosta State University.
She completed an internal medicine residency at the Medical Center of Central Georgia and a fellowship in diabetes, metabolism and endocrinology at the University of Missouri. She served on Mercer’s faculty in the Department of Internal Medicine from 2004-2009, winning the Part-Time Faculty Member of the Year Award in 2005, 2006 and 2007.
She began the inpatient endocrine service at the Medical Center of Central Georgia and directed it from 2012-2017. Most recently, she practiced at The Jones Center for Diabetes and Endocrine Wellness in Macon, before joining Mercer Medicine.
Dr. Nobles-James graduated from Coffee High School in 1986. She is the daughter of Lauren and Sandra Nobles, formerly of Douglas.
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