Charles A. Dorminy is a Partner in the HBS Brunswick office.
Mr. Dorminy earned a Bachelor of Science and Arts degree at the University of Georgia, majoring in Agricultural Business. He completed his Juris Doctor at Mercer University School of Law, interning for both the Tift Superior Court and for the U.S. Federal Court for the Middle District of Georgia. After law school graduation, he went on to obtain an LL.M., an additional advanced legal degree, concentrating in Healthcare Law, from the University of Houston.
His practice encompasses wide variety of areas, including medical malpractice defense, employment law, local government law and litigation, health-care compliance and general insurance defense litigation. He currently serves as appointed counsel for a local government utilities provider, and acts as outside litigation counsel for multiple health-care facilities and local governments. He was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2012 and 2013.
Mr. Dorminy and his wife, Caroline, have three children: Maggie, Jack and Henry. They are members of Wesley United Methodist Church at Frederica, where he previously served as Chairman of the Staff Parish Relations Committee and is the current Vice Chair of the Administrative Council. He also serves as an usher and leads a men’s Bible study.
In addition, Mr. Dorminy serves on the Frederica Academy Board of Trustees, the Golden Isles Arts and Humanities Association (GIAHA) Board of Trustees and the First Tee of Southeast Georgia Board of Trustees. He is a Friend of the Foundation of Southeast Georgia Health System and is a Founder of the Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation. He has also served as President and Vice President of the Tift Circuit Bar Association, Vice Chairman of the Tift Area Arts Council and Chairman of the Love Affair Arts Festival.
Mr. Dorminy also represents a number of medical professionals in malpractice litigation from claim through trial and appeal. He acts as counsel to multiple hospitals and health-care systems and has handled varying types of catastrophic cases, including birth trauma. He has represented many health-care clients in malpractice litigation, including hospitals, doctors, nurses, physician assistants, long-term care facilities, and physical and occupational therapists. Mr. Dorminy also often handles credentialing and licensing matters from both the corporate and individual perspective.
LL.M. in Healthcare Law, University of Houston
J.D., Mercer University
B.S.A., University of Georgia
Georgia, all jurisdictions of State Court
Federal Middle District Court
State Bar of Georgia-Health Law Section
Georgia Society of Healthcare Risk Managers
Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys
HIPAA Primer: To Disclose or Not to Disclose, Mental Health Provider Client, December 2010
Informed Consent: An Hour with the Enemy, Georgia Society of Radiologic Technologists, April 2010
HIPAA: Privacy and Security 101, Local Hospital Client, March 2010
For the Health of Your Practice: RACs and HIPAA Changes, Valdosta Physicians Groups, February 2010
Conditions of Participation: Physician Ownership Disclosure, Health System Client, October 2009
New and Emerging Issues in Healthcare, Seminar in South, October 2009
Complaints and Grievances: How to Handle Patient Problems, Health System Client, September 2009
Documentation and Charting: Do's and Don'ts, Health System Client, September 2009
Internal Investigations: Protect Yourself While Protecting Patients, Health System Client, September 2009
Medical Staff Bylaws: Joint Commission and State Regulations, Health System Client, September 2009
Red Flags Rule: What Is It and Will It Ever Get Here? Health System Client, September 2009
Stark Phase III: A Look Inside, Leading Answers to Leading Questions, March 2008
Georgia's Certificate of Need: The Effects of Physician-Owned Entities on Georgia's Next Healthcare Debate, University of Houston, December 2006
An Easier Way to Fix O.C.G.A. 9-11-9.2, Healthcare Perspectives, December 2006
Elder Abuse Reporting Obligations: How to Keep Rocky from Being K.O.'d, University of Houston, December 2006
Economic Credentialing: An Evil Borne of Necessity
Senate Bill 3: Full of Sound and Fury, Authorizing Nothing, Healthcare Perspectives, May 2006
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Golden Isles Arts and Humanities Association
Friend of the Foundation – Southeast Georgia Health System
Wesley UMC - Staff Parrish Committee / Usher
Founder, Tift Regional Medical Foundation
President, Tift Circuit Bar, 2010
Vice President, Tift Circuit Bar, 2009
Tifton / Tift County Arts Council - Vice President 2010
Tifton Love Affair Arts Festival - Chairman
Super Lawyers Rising Star 2012, 2013