Dr. Kelley Brummett is committed to being a life-long learner in dentistry, spending time with her family, and developing and facilitating a mindset of growth.
Kelley has been married to her husband Darin for 26 years and has two children. Darin is a neuro-radiologist for the Tanner Medical Center and Outpatient Imaging. Sarah,who is 19, is a student at the University of Kansas and Sam, is a senior in highschool. She also loves to spend time with her furry children, Buddy and Matthew (golden retrievers) and Molly (yellow lab).
Kelley began her journey in healthcare as a registered nurse and found her way to dentistry. She has a background in cardiac and psychiatric care nursing. She pursued her doctorate of medicine in dentistry from the Medical College of Georgia. Her passion is to be with others to provide desired information to impact desired change. She has a thirst for continuing education and a love for reading and growing in all areas of life. She is a lead visiting faculty for the Essentials 3 curriculum at the Pankey Institute, where she also serves as a member of the Board of Directors and Board of Advisors. Kelley is a visiting faculty at the Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University. She has spoken to the Georgia Dental Association, Greater New York Dental Meeting, Florida Lab Association, and is a curator for the Restorative Nation website. She continues to be a part of technical and growth study clubs to continue her pursuit of learning.
Kelley currently practices in Duluth, GA, with a colleague and friend Dr. Clayton Davis, who is also a faculty member at the Pankey Institute. The name of the practice is Brummett and Davis Conservation Dentistry.
University of Kansas
Medical College of Georgia