Tuesday, October 8, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Gwinnett Medical Center hires family medicine program director for graduate medical program
Gwinnett Medical Center has announced the hiring of Kevin Johnson, MD, FAAFP, as the director of family medicine residency for the facility’s Graduate Medical Education Program. Johnson’s primary role is to develop the residency teaching program.
“As a physician who practiced in rural America, Dr. Johnson understands the complex nature of family medicine and the wide skill set needed,” Mark Darrow, director of GMC’s Graduate Medical Education, said in a news release. “He will educate the resident physicians about the care of every member of the family and they will get the opportunity to develop and manage a practice of their own while in training.”
Johnson will guide the development of a curriculum highlighting the diverse medical specialties covered by family medicine. In June 2014, the first class of five future family physicians will start their three-year residencies.
Support group for caregivers meets at Eastside Medical Center
A support group for caregivers of patients with chronic mental illness or dementia meets at 1 p.m. the second Thursday of the month at Eastside Medical Center’s boardroom at the Heritage Center at 2160 Fountain Drive in Snellville.
The meetings are facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker. For more information, call 770-985-6470.