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Saturday February 6th, 2016 1:37PM

Crown Mountain Women's Health joins NGPG Lakeside OB/GYN

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Crown Mountain Women's Health has joined the Northeast Georgia Physicians Group (NGPG) Lakeside OB/GYN.

With locations already in Gainesville and Braselton, the addition of Dr. Amber French and her staff extends NGPG Lakeside OB/GYN's obstetrical and gynecological services to the Dahlonega and Dawsonville areas.

"Our philosophy will remain the same," says Dr. French, "to treat the patient as a whole by using traditional and complementary medicine and providing each patient exceptional care throughout her entire life."

"We are excited to expand our services to the Dawsonville and Dahlonega areas," says Dr.Bailey. "We look forward to working with Dr. French to get to know the community and provide high quality, comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care to new and existing patients."

Crown Mountain Women's Health patients will continue to be seen at the same locations, with the same phone numbers and addresses. Call 706-864-3400 to schedule an appointment in Dahlonega and 706-216-2345 to schedule an appointment in Dawsonville.

For more information about obstetric and gynecological services available through NGPG, visit www.ngpg.org/lakeside-obgyn.
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