Equipped with strong hands and a big heart, Eric MacLeod, MD has dedicated his life to making people feel better. His background in sports medicine gives him a unique perspective on real estate development, further complimented by his business acumen.
An Acclaimed Medical Professional
Eric’s career trajectory began at Davidson College, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology. He then moved on to Emory University, where he earned his doctorate and completed his orthopedic surgery residency. He received research grants in 1999 and 2000 and earned the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research for a Medical Student in 1999.
While pursuing his orthopedic surgery residency, Eric served as team physician for several academic institutions, including Grady High School, Georgia Tech, and the University of Utah. During this time, he also received multiple Dr. Robert Kelly awards in recognition of outstanding research. He earned certification with the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery in 2010 and subspecialty certification in sports medicine in 2011. He was an orthopedic surgeon for Savannah-based Optimorthopedics for five years before shifting his focus to Monteagle.
Although his first love was medicine, Eric has gained considerable business experience through the years. As CEO of Suture Armor, he promotes excellence in the unique niche of sports-related medical devices. He’s also heavily involved with MAC Properties, which specializes in land acquisition and residential construction. He is currently a member of Saint Simons Land Trust’s Live Oaks Society. More recently, he’s stepped up as lead director for Southern Fiber Company, LLC, which specializes in infrastructure development for fiber optic cable deployment.
Eric’s research skills have served him well in his work with Monteagle. Investors appreciate his attention to detail; no stone goes unturned in his search for property information. Passionate and driven, he aims for remarkable results in all that he does.