Coastal Neurology


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Paul Mazzeo, Doctor of Medicine, Board Certified Neurologist, Headache Medicine, Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry

Dr. Paul Mazzeo

Originally from Stony Brook, N.Y., Dr. Paul Mazzeo started college at the age of 15. He went on to graduate with a B.S. in Biochemistry. Dr. Mazzeo obtained a M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University where he also completed medical school, receiving his M.D. in 1991.

Continuing his trek southward, Dr. Mazzeo attended his internship at Memorial Health in Savannah where he first met his wife, Lisa. Upon finishing his neurological residency at Emory University, Dr. Mazzeo was recruited by Beaufort Memorial Hospital to be Beaufort's first full-time neurologist.

Dr. Mazzeo is Board Certified in Neurology, practicing adult and pediatric neurology. He has special interests in Alzheimer's dementia, migraine and Parkinson's disease. Dr. Mazzeo lectures to community groups and physicians on a variety of neurological topics.

Dr. Paul Mazzeo lives in Beaufort with his wife, Lisa, and their three sons.


Paul Mazzeo, Doctor of Medicine, Board Certified Neurologist, Headache Medicine, Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry Dr. Mazzeo is Board Certified in Neurology, practicing adult and pediatric neurology. He is the only neurologist in the Lowcountry certified in Headache Medicine and is one of only three neurologists in the state of SC certified in Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry. Dr. Mazzeo has served as Chief of the Medical Staff and Chair of Medicine at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. He is the Medical Director of the Beaufort Memorial Memory Center and the Beaufort Memorial Acute Rehabilitation Unit.

Meet Paul Mazzeo, M.D.

Dr. Paul Mazzeo

Dr. Mazzeo is Board Certified in Neurology, practicing adult and pediatric neurology. Upon finishing his neurological residency at Emory University, Dr. Mazzeo was recruited by Beaufort Memorial Hospital to be Beaufort's first full-time neurologist. He has special interests in Alzheimer's dementia, migraine and Parkinson's disease.