Client Families


Alan Cheng, MD

"I earned my bachelor’s and medical degree at Emory University in Atlanta. I completed my internship and residency at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, where I served as chief resident and was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha. I completed my cardiology fellowship at Emory University, where I also served as the program’s chief fellow. What I love most about my practice are the relationships with my patients, and the close collaboration with cardiology and radiology colleagues to provide the best cardiovascular care possible. I enjoy spending time with my wife and two kids. In my spare time, I play golf, softball, and was a former pole vaulter on Emory University’s track and field team."

Shveta Raju, MD, MBA

"I graduated from Emory University with highest honors in Anthropology and Biology and went on to attend Emory School of Medicine as a Woodruff Scholar. During medical school, I completed a MBA at Emory's Goizueta Business School, also as a Woodruff Scholar. I loved training in internal medicine / primary care at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital, but it was great to come home and practice medicine with my parents, who started the Gwinnett Clinic. I became a doctor to help my patients stay healthy and recover quickly from illness. I enjoy taking care of patients at the Gwinnett Clinic because my heart is in primary care, and primary care is the core of our practice."

William Cox, DO, FACP

"Board Certified from the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, I am the Hospital Medicine Medical Director of LewisGale Montgomery (Blacksburg, VA). As I have a passion for teaching, my responsibilities also include the supervision of Residents. I attended Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine for Medical School and completed my Residency at New York Hospital Queens. Go Yankees."

Anna Skold, MD

"I grew up in Florida, met my husband in Alaska, and then lived and worked in the Greater Pittsburgh area for a few years before deciding my calling was medicine. Some of my medical training occurred in rural West Virginia, where house calls are still a part of medicine. As both an internist and a palliative care physician, I have the honor of sitting down with our members and their loved ones to really get to know them so that we can work together to create the best care plan possible. I find inspiration from Helen Keller's quote, "Joy is the holy fire that keeps our purpose warm and our intelligence aglow." I love what I do, both as an internist and as a palliative care physician. I love to teach and show in my actions that a palliative care physician is a person who tries to give the best care possible based on the beliefs and priorities of the patient. Palliative care means more support for our members and their families, not less."

Olivia Groover, MD

"I grew up on a peanut farm in the sandy flatlands of southeast Georgia. From I made my way to Montreal, Canada for college where I studied biochemistry and ate poutine. After college, I escaped the great white north and returned to warm and treefilled Atlanta for a year of work in a biophysics lab where I discovered I’d rather study people and medicine than enzyme mechanics. I attended medical school at Emory and loved it so much that I stayed on for residency (and given the chance I may never leave). During medical school I cultivated an interest in neurology by rotating through the Grady Neurology consult service and by working in a neuroscience lab using an MPTP model of Parkinson’s disease to map nondopaminergic pathways involved in Parkinson’s. After residency, I hope to pursue a fellowship in neurophysiology and then become a neurohospitalist. In my spare time I enjoy biking, swimming, and running with my dog, Sneakers"

Gbolahan Fatuga, MBA, MS, PMP

"As the Executive Director of Atlanta Premier SMO, I am responsible for collaborating with international drug regulatory authorities and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in promoting clinical trials in emerging nations in Africa and the Caribbean. What continues to distinguish us is our passion and dedication for providing quality service and our commitment to ensuring the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in our services."


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