Dr. Laurin Graham grew up in Raleigh, NC, and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina. He attended medical school at MUSC before heading to Washington, DC, for pediatric residency training at Georgetown University Medical Center. Upon completion of his residency, he served a year as Chief Resident for the Department of Pediatrics at Fairfax Hospital for Women and Children.
Laurin and his wife, Christine, returned to Charleston when she took a job as an emergency medicine physician at MUSC in 1995. Dr. Graham was "Dr. Dad" for several months with their first-born before joining the practice in 1996. He is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Graham is involved in his church and in the community. He is an usher at Stella Maris church on the Isle of Palms and has coached t-ball, soccer and basketball at the Isle of Palms Recreational center. His daughters have attended Christ Our King, Bishop England, and now Clemson University. In his spare time, Dr. Graham enjoys jogging, travel, and snow skiing with his family. He ran his first marathon with Team In Training in the 2012 San Diego Rock and Roll Marathon.