“I believe that in today’s ever-changing healthcare landscape the primary care physician’s role is becoming more and more integral. I cherish and enjoy the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with patients and their families to develop long-term strategies to manage sometimes very complex health issues as well as coordinating care with other health care providers.

I believe the biggest service I can give my patients is to be an advocate and help them take an ever-increasing role in the management of their own health.

I believe that success as a primary care physician embodies the belief by my patients that above all else I care.”

Board Certification

  • Internal Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • General Internal Medicine
  • Primary and Preventive Care


Internship and Residency

University of South Alabama Medical School
Internal Medicine
Mobile, AL
1996 and 1997

Medical School

University of South Alabama Medical School
Doctor of Medicine
Mobile, AL

Undergraduate School

Florida State University
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
Tallahassee, FL

Professional Association

American College of Physicians (ACP)

Academic Appointment

Florida State University
Assistant Clinical Instructor
Third-year Internal Medicine Rotation
10 years

Personal Interests

Dr. Cooper enjoys a very active life outside of his practice. He has been rooted in Thomasville, GA, for almost 20 years. He is active on hospital committees, and active in his church. He enjoys water sports and spending time with his 3 daughters and wife of 20 years.


Dr. William Cooper specializes in internal medicine as well as primary and preventive care. Special areas of interest include management of chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension. Dr. Cooper graduated in 1995 from the University of South Alabama Medical School. He then subsequently did a residency at the same institution for internal medicine. He has been with the McIntosh Clinic for the last 18 years, immediately starting with the clinic out of residency.

Dr. Cooper is also on faculty at Florida State University Medical School, where he serves as Assistant Clinical Professor. He enjoys teaching third-year medical students the disciplines of internal medicine. Dr. Cooper has also taken an active role in his community and enjoys serving on medical missions and underserved countries. Dr. Cooper has enjoyed long-term relationships with his patients, specifically helping to manage longitudinally complex health issues with them.