David A. Makey

David A. Makey, MD, FACS


  • Married, four children


  • St. Paul's School, Hammersmith, London, England, 1958-1966
  • Advanced Level Certificates in Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Medical Education

  • St. Thomas' Hospital, London, England, 1967-1972
  • University of London, MB BS

Postgraduate Education Internships

  • July 1972-January 1973: Royal Royal Portsmouth Hospital (England) House Surgeon
  • January 1973-July 1973: Croydon General Hospital (England) House Physician (Internal Medicine)
  • August 1973-September 1974: St. James' Hospital (Balham, London, England) Casualty and Surgery
  • January 1975-August 1977: Basingstoke Hospital (Hampshire, England) Surgery, Orthopedics and Genitourinary

Postgraduate Education Residency

  • 1977-1980: Ochsner Foundation Hospital, New Orleans, LA
  • 1978-1979: E.A. Conway Memorial Hospital, Monroe, LA, service to local indigent populace
  • 1980: South Louisiana Medical Center, Houma, LA, service to local indigent populace


  • Medical Arts Surgical Group, Meridian, MS
  • Active Staff: Rush Foundation Hospital, Meridian, MS, September 1980-present
  • Active Staff: Meridian Surgery Center
  • Courtesy Staff: Anderson Regional Medical Center-South, MS
  • Courtesy Staff: Anderson Regional Medical Center, Meridian, MS
  • Courtesy Staff: The Specialty Hospital of Meridian, Meridian, MS


  • 1972: MB BS, University of London
  • 1974: First Part, Fellowship, Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • 1976: Fellowship, Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • 1980: Member, Alton Ochsner Surgical Society
  • 1981: Certified, American Board of Surgery
  • 1983: Fellowship, American College of Surgeons
  • 1990: Recertification, American Board of Surgery
  • 2001: Recertification, ABS (second time)


  • Lancet: March 26, 1977, "Why Prescribed Enteric-Coated Potassium?"
  • Surgery: November 1978,  "Preduodenal Portal Vein: Its Surgical Significance"
  • JAMA: September 1, 1978, "Jejunoileal Intussusception Diagnosed by Ultrasound"
  • British Journal of Surgery: January 1979, "Results of Proximal Gastric Vagotomy Over 1-5 Years in a District General Hospital"

Special Interests

  • Gastrointestinal Surgery-Laparoscopic
  • Laparoscopic Surgery, including Hernia Surgery



Patient Portal

2111 14th Street, Meridian, MS 39301  |  Telephone 601.693.3834  |  Fax 601.484.3225   •   Rush Division: 1800 12th Street, Meridian, MS 39301  |  Telephone 601.703.9970