I have lived in the United States since 1980 and became an American citizen in 1993. I grew up in Thomaston, Ga., and I moved to the Atlanta area in 1993 to attend Georgia Tech and later, Emory University School of Medicine. I enjoy the diversity and different cultures in the Atlanta metro area.
I work in the Ambulatory Medicine Department. I focus on preventive health, health maintenance and chronic disease management for adults. I try to incorporate all aspects of medicine including physical, mental and spiritual health, and I am committed to providing the most high-quality health care possible for all of my patients.
The best way to thrive is by maintaining physical, mental and spiritual health. I find time to exercise 4-5 days each week, and I read medical journals for a couple hours every night to keep up-to-date with my profession. I also set aside at least one day each week to spend quality time with my family. In my free time, I enjoy physical fitness, watching movies and dining out with friends and family.