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     Kimberly Fordham, M.D.

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    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I'm a Midwest native whose dream of living in the south came true when I moved to the area with my Marine husband. Oorah! I have a background in biology and six years of clinical research. My professional interests are community health, health policy, women's health, health disparities, and teaching. I value spending time with family and friends, which often includes trying new recipes on them and doing outdoor activities. My husband and I love to travel and learn about different cultures, history, and nature. In my opinion, success is using your knowledge and skills to help others improve their quality of life. I am truly blessed to serve this community and be a part of the family medicine team at Memorial Health.

     

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     William Giang, M.D.

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    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    It has been my lifelong dream to become a doctor. I was born in Vietnam, and my family immigrated to the United States when I was 5 years old. When I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, I became the first person in my family to complete a college degree. Before enrolling in Ross University School of Medicine, I enjoyed a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry. I am a newlywed, and my wonderful wife, Nhi, is an OB/GYN physician. We are both grateful for the opportunity to work and live in the beautiful state of Georgia.

     

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     Brittany Hickey, M.D.

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    Hometown: Savannah, Georgia
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Savannah. I attended Savannah Christian High School where I was named Savannah's "player of the year" for golf. I earned a golf scholarship and a presidential scholarship to attend Mercer University. While in college, I worked as a scribe in an E.R. and decided to pursue career in medicine. I'm excited to be back in Savannah working as a physician. In my free time you can catch me on the links, at the beach, playing volleyball, or spending time with my puppy, Mia.

     

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     Brett Lawson, M.D.

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    Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. I attended the University of Florida for my undergraduate degrees in both biology and human nutrition, before going on to Ross University to obtain my medical degree. Interestingly, I underwent brain surgery at 7 years old and have had a passion for medicine ever since. I am currently working to obtain a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, hoping that I will one day be able to play a role in not only patient care, but also the administrative side of the healthcare industry. My hobbies include wakeboarding and fishing and cheering on my Gators, Braves, and Jaguars. I cannot wait to find my place within the Savannah community.

     

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     Geeta Mehan, M.D.

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    Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I attended Florida International University for undergrad where I majored in biology and then went on to Ross University for medical school. I love going to concerts, brunching -- always down for a good brunch, board-game nights, bike riding, and just laughing pretty much whenever I can find an excuse. I have a strong interest in becoming a hospitalist, but we will see where residency takes me!

     

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     Maya Mistry, M.D.

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    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born in England but lived in Maryland for most of my life. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. I really enjoy continuity of care and working with diverse age groups. That is what drew me toward the exciting field of family medicine and primary care. I thoroughly loved my first visit to Savannah. Everyone was warm and welcoming and I knew it would be the perfect place to train. My hobbies include dancing, traveling the world, and cooking. I am excited to begin this new adventure in Savannah.

     

     


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    Anderson

    Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia 
    Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine in Savannah, Georgia

    I graduated from Emory University with my bachelor’s in psychology and African-American studies, and then I received an MPH from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. I enjoy sports, shopping, and working out.

    Bourguillion

    Hometown: Bridgeport, Connecticut 
    Medical School: New York Medical College

    I am originally from the Northeast and now I'm am happy to be in the family medicine program in Savannah. I enjoy the variety of patients that we see and working in the clinical setting.

    Law

    Hometown: Dallas, Georgia 
    Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine

    I enjoy flying helicopters, natural and alternative medicine, emergency medicine, remodeling, kayaking, eating healthy, yoga, investing, volunteer firefighting, and gardening.

    Minami

    Hometown: Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
    Medical School: Medical University of Vienna, Austria

    I am Japanese-French born and was raised in Germany. I started my residency in Chicago and am now completing it in Savannah. I am a yogi at heart and I like to focus on nutrition and exercise in my personal life and with my patients. My goal is to practice functional and integrative medicine in a primary care setting. I am a world traveler, and I want to try working in developing countries.

    StephensonHometown: Raleigh, North Carolina
    Medical School: Lincoln Memorial University – DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

    I have really enjoyed living in Savannah. I plan to continue practicing somewhere in the South in integrative/nutritional medicine that incorporates osteopathic principles. Outside of medicine, I absolutely love playing music and cooking. I have a great family back in North Carolina and love seeing them whenever I can. I feel very blessed to be where I am in my life I and excited to see how things will continue to unfold in the future.

    WilderHometown: Jesup, Georgia 
    Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine

    I am a born-and-raised Southern girl who looks forward to working in the Savannah area and practicing the full scope of family medicine. I love pugs, college football, and spending time with my husband and young son. 

    YoungHometown: Birmingham, Alabama
    Medical School: University of Alabama School of Medicine

    I am a mother of two daughters and I've been married for 16 years. I love living near the coast and spending time on the water, sailing and swimming. I am interested in outpatient, direct primary care, and mind-body medicine.


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    Britt

    Hometown: Augusta, Georgia 
    Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine in Savannah, Georgia

    I completed my undergraduate studies at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina. I am married to Kris, an emergency department nurse, and we have three sons: Carter (11), Benton (4), and Jon Tucker (2). We consider Savannah home. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and sons, cooking, reading, volunteering at church, and playing sports. I am excited to continue to serve Savannah through my residency training at Memorial.

    Hernandez

    Hometown: Miami, Florida
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I am a Cuban-American born and raised in Miami. I love to dance, cook, and travel. I chose Savannah for its diverse population and beautiful culture. I plan to do a sports medicine fellowship or emergency medicine fellowship.

    Lawrence

    Hometown: Yonkers, New York 
    Medical School: Indiana University

    I’m a new intern in the family medicine program. As a New York native, I was excited to move to Savannah to begin my career as a family doctor. My interests include listening to music; fostering relationships; and enjoying wine, tea, and good company. I am really into community service, social activism, and helping the underserved. I am excited to start my career with my co-interns in this amazing program.

    Limsiaco

    Hometown: The Woodlands, Texas
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I love to listen to music and play my guitar. I chose to specialize in family medicine because I enjoy a wide variety of patients and procedures. I came to Memorial because I knew that I would get the best education and training Georgia could offer. Living in the gorgeous historic city of Savannah is just a bonus.

    Marshburn

    Hometown: Commerce, Georgia 
    Medical School: Mercer University School of Medicine

    I love to ski and run, but any free time I have, I devote to travel. I am considering fellowship after residency, but unsure of which field. I have a sweet border collie mix dog that I love. Her name is Cricket.

    Nikamal

    Hometown: Tampa, Florida 
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born in Afghanistan and raised in Azerbaijan and Tampa, Florida. I chose Savannah for its great diversity and homey feel, closeness to family, and great residency program. I like playing soccer, chess, and hanging out with family and friends.


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    Fordham 

    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I'm a Midwest native whose dream of living in the south came true when I moved to the area with my Marine husband. Oorah! I have a background in biology and six years of clinical research. My professional interests are community health, health policy, women's health, health disparities, and teaching. I value spending time with family and friends, which often includes trying new recipes on them and doing outdoor activities. My husband and I love to travel and learn about different cultures, history, and nature. In my opinion, success is using your knowledge and skills to help others improve their quality of life. I am truly blessed to serve this community and be a part of the family medicine team at Memorial Health.

    Giang

    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    It has been my lifelong dream to become a doctor. I was born in Vietnam, and my family immigrated to the United States when I was 5 years old. When I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, I became the first person in my family to complete a college degree. Before enrolling in Ross University School of Medicine, I enjoyed a successful career in the pharmaceutical industry. I am a newlywed, and my wonderful wife, Nhi, is an OB/GYN physician. We are both grateful for the opportunity to work and live in the beautiful state of Georgia.

    Hickey

    Hometown: Savannah, Georgia
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Savannah. I attended Savannah Christian High School where I was named Savannah's "player of the year" for golf. I earned a golf scholarship and a presidential scholarship to attend Mercer University. While in college, I worked as a scribe in an E.R. and decided to pursue career in medicine. I'm excited to be back in Savannah working as a physician. In my free time you can catch me on the links, at the beach, playing volleyball, or spending time with my puppy, Mia.

    Lawson

    Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. I attended the University of Florida for my undergraduate degrees in both biology and human nutrition, before going on to Ross University to obtain my medical degree. Interestingly, I underwent brain surgery at 7 years old and have had a passion for medicine ever since. I am currently working to obtain a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, hoping that I will one day be able to play a role in not only patient care, but also the administrative side of the healthcare industry. My hobbies include wakeboarding and fishing and cheering on my Gators, Braves, and Jaguars. I cannot wait to find my place within the Savannah community.

    Mehan

    Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I attended Florida International University for undergrad where I majored in biology and then went on to Ross University for medical school. I love going to concerts, brunching -- always down for a good brunch, board-game nights, bike riding, and just laughing pretty much whenever I can find an excuse. I have a strong interest in becoming a hospitalist, but we will see where residency takes me!

    Mistry

    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine

    I was born in England but lived in Maryland for most of my life. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. I really enjoy continuity of care and working with diverse age groups. That is what drew me toward the exciting field of family medicine and primary care. I thoroughly loved my first visit to Savannah. Everyone was warm and welcoming and I knew it would be the perfect place to train. My hobbies include dancing, traveling the world, and cooking. I am excited to begin this new adventure in Savannah.