Dr. Henry (Hank) R. Mahler grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas. After graduation, he moved to Little Rock, Arkansas and worked in the Department of Neurosciences as a laboratory technician for many years. He then decided to apply to medical school and was accepted at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock where he graduated as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha. After two years of Diagnostic Radiology at UAMS, completing a transitional intern year and first year of Radiology, he took a year off from Residency to raise his children. He then became a Pathology resident at UAMS and was the York-DeBartolo chief resident. He is board certified in Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology and was a GI/Liver surgical pathology fellow under the training of Dr. Laura Lamps. Following training, he worked for PathGroup as a staff pathologist at Navicent Health Medical Center in Macon, Georgia. Dr. Mahler joined Peachtree-Piedmont Pathology in 2017.
Dr. Mahler’s interests include GI/Liver pathology and general surgical pathology. His home life consists of raising four children while trying to keep them safe on the golf cart paths of Peachtree City, Georgia.