Skip to content
FollowMyHealth Login |


James O. Wyatt III, MD, FACS

Dr. James Wyatt, III (Jay) joined the Central Carolina Surgery Group in April 2000, to become the Medical Director of the trauma program at Moses Cones Hospital. Dr. Wyatt received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Harvard and his MD from Stanford. He started his surgical training at Loyola University in Illinois, and completed his chief residency at Stanford University Hospital where he received his training in trauma and critical care. He continues to practice critical care surgery and trauma while maintaining a broad interest in general surgery including gastrointestinal surgery, biliary surgery, and endocrine surgery.


B.A., Harvard University, 1980
M.D. Stanford University School of Medicine, 1985
Internship & Residency, Loyola University Medical School, 1985 – 1987
Residency & Chief Residency, Stanford University Hospital, 1987-1991


American Board of Surgery
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support, Instructor Certification
American College of Surgeons (Fellow)

Professional Memberships

American Medical Association
Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine
Greensboro Medical Society
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST)
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST)
Triad (Trauma) Regional Advisory Committee (T-RAC) – Current Chairman
State Trauma Advisory Committee (STAC)
North Carolina Committee on Trauma
Society of Critical Care Medicine
National Medical Association