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NGHS welcomes 15 new doctors

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) welcomes 15 new physicians:

Kelly Adams, MD
Neonatology
The Longstreet Clinic Department of Neonatology

Olga Azad, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient Medicine

Sara Bigsby, MD
Anesthesiology
Anesthesia Associates of Gainesville

William Chafin, III, MD
Rheumatology
Arthritis Center of North Georgia

Ryan Fogg, MD
Urology
Gainesville Urology

Matthew Gill, MD
Otolaryngology
ENT Institute

Georges LaFleur, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Clayton II

Marissa Mercado, MD
Family Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Hoschton

Anna Powell, MD
Family Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Cleveland

James Richardson, MD
Critical Care
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Critical Care

H. Keith Robinson, MD
Pain Medicine
Specialty Clinics of Georgia

Katherine Tolhurst, MD
Family Medicine/Sports Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Sports Medicine Dawsonville

Mehrdad Seilanian Toosi, MD
Cardiology
Northeast Georgia Heart Center

Kim Tran, MD
Nephrology
Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic

Hasit Vasoya, MD
Internal Medicine
Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Inpatient 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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