Northeast Georgia Health System Welcomes New Physicians

Published on October 07, 2015

Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) welcomes 41 new physicians who joined us from July – September 2015:
 

Blake Anderson, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Dawit Antonios, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Kolawole Atandeyi, MD
Critical Care
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Critical Care

Craig Baden, MD
Radiation Oncology
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Radiation Oncology

Kimberly Barrett, DO
OB/GYN
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Heritage OB/GYN

Viengngeun Bounkeua, MD
OB/GYN
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Lakeside OB/GYN

Joel Camilo, MD
Gastroenterology
Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates

Duane Campbell, MD
Neurology
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Neurology

Deborah Carter, MD
Anesthesiology
Anesthesia Associates of Gainesville

Filippo Chillemi, MD
Orthopedic Surgery
Specialty Clinics of Georgia

Charlotte Ebner, DO
Family Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Braselton Family Medicine

Ali Fadhil, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Cathryn Finch, MD
Pediatrics
Pediatric Associates

Franklin Fontem, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Courtney Glenn, DPM
Podiatry
Chateau Foot & Ankle Center

Mark Hazel, MD
Orthopedic Surgery
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine

Matthew Hazzard, MD
Neurosurgery
The Longstreet Clinic, P.C.

Pranav Jain, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Devendar Katkoori, MD
Urology
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Urology

Heval Mohamed Kelli, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Georgina Kesterson, MD
Anesthesiology
Anesthesia Associates of Gainesville

Eric Mabo, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Joseph Mack, MD
Radiology
Gainesville Radiology Group

Patrick McKenzie, MD
Urology
Gainesville Urology

Ryan Nadelson, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic

Vivek Nautiyal, MD
Cardiology
Gainesville Heart & Vascular Group

Kimtuyen Nguyen, MD
Critical Care
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Critical Care

Rachel Nisbet, MD
Pulmonology
Nisbet Pulmonary & Concierge Medicine

Nathaniel Palmer, DO
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Vishal Parekh, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Malay Rao, MD
Radiation Oncology
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Radiation Oncology

Mohammed Shareef, MD
Neonatology
The Longstreet Clinic, P.C.

Ankur Sheth, MD
Gastroenterology
Gastroenterology Associates of Gainesville

Huma Sohail, MD
Rheumatology
Arthritis Center of North Georgia

Suvarchala Somayajula, MD
Neurology
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Neurology

Veerappan “Ramesh” Subramaniyam, MD
Cardiology
The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Rajeev Swami, MD
Emergency Medicine
Gainesville Emergency Department

Kyle Thompson, MD
Cardiothoracic Surgery
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery

Katherine Tobin, MD
Emergency Medicine
Gainesville Emergency Department

Jeremy Walker, DO
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Justin Walker, MD
Orthopedic Surgery
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine

 

To learn more about these physicians and view their complete profiles, visit nghs.com/doctors or call 770-219-3840.

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