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Phillip Ould Rawlings, Jr., M.D. passed away in Beaufort, South Carolina on May 16, 2020.

He was born in Montgomery, AL on May 27, 1977. Phillip is survived by his parents Phillip Ould and Gloria Derrick Rawlings of Montgomery. He was a graduate of The Montgomery Academy and Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina. Phillip went on to graduate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at the University Of New Mexico School Of Medicine and practiced at Providence Hospital in Mobile, Alabama.

Due to the current pandemic, a private family interment will be held at the Church of the Ascension in Montgomery, Alabama on June 4, 2020.

Donations may be made in Phillip’s memory to The Montgomery Academy at 3240 Vaughn Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36106 or Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Sculpture Garden at 1 Museum Drive, Montgomery, Alabama 36117.

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  1. Angie Huckeby says:

    My daughter and I are very sorry for your loss. Dr. Rawlings was a wonder caring doctor. I was very sad to see him retire so soon. He always took time to sit and actually talk with you and was never in a rush. I miss him very much!!! I remember picking on him on one of my office visits and telling him he could rush me out the door that day,. He looked at me and said I don’t treat my patients like cattle. We laughed and I always appreciated him for taking the time to listen.

  2. Ashley Newsome says:

    I am so sorry for your loss! Dr. Rawlings was a good man. I have had many conversations with him about his future plans and it breaks my heart that he will not be able to live the life he dreamed about. Please know that he touched the lives of many here in Mobile, Alabama. He was a loved and respected doctor within our community!

  3. DeAnne O Green says:

    I was one of Dr. Rawlings’ first patients when he started practicing in Mobile, AL. I came in with complaints of a cold and it turned out to be bronchitis. He was my primary care physician until I moved in 2016. He was always pleasant to me and my daughter. I had a high stress job at the time . He too but he would smile and spread joy on a cloudy day, just an all around super guy!! To the Rawlings family, please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved one. I am so so sorry for you loss. May our heavenly Father hold you as you get thorough this difficult time.

  4. Nancy Thomas says:

    Phillip and Gloria:

    I am heartbroken about your loss of your fine son. I remember him from when he was a student at MA and at Church. His memory will be treasured.

    I pray for the peace that passes all understanding during this time of grief.


    Nancy Thomas

  5. Anna Hays says:

    Dr. Rawlings was the best doctor I ever had. I stumbled on his obituary while looking to see if he was still practicing. My heart breaks for his family. I wish more doctors were like him. He listened and always took his time explaining things. Please except my condolences

  6. Maria deArman says:

    So sad to hear of your son’s passing. I knew him from residency at UNM. He was the most sincere, hardworking and honest coworker, with the most generous heart. My deepest condolences, praying for you all.

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