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Our Medical Director

Our Medical Director has over 40 years of experience in abortion medicine. He saw first hand the tragic outcomes of illegal abortions and promised himself that part of his gynecological practice would  provide caring, safe abortions to the women of this community. He graduated from the  Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and did his internship and residency training at the Walter Reed Army Center in Washington D.C. He is currently on the adjunct faculty of the Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, where he provides training for Fellows in the Family Planning Fellowship program. He is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is the founder of SCCR, a private practice research center with emphasis on women's health. He was one of the Investigators participating in the early clinical trials in the US, which eventually led to the FDA approving Mifeprex, commonly referred to as the abortion pill. His devotion to his patients is unparalleled and his commitment to supporting his mantra that, "healthcare should be a right, not a privilege," permits him to carry out the professional qualities that should be granted to any person receiving healthcare. He understands the difficult decision that a woman makes when her life's circumstances  directs her to terminate a pregnancy, and he is there to provide that warm comforting support for this emotional period in this women's life.


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All patients who choose the Atlanta Center for Women's Choice find a responsive and caring atmosphere that is respectful, compassionate, and non-judgmental.

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Contact Us Today for more information, you can also begin making your appointment at this time as well. If you begin making your appointment now be sure to read Georgia's Women's Right to Know Act http://health.state.ga.us/wrtk/. All women having an abortion in the State of Georgia must be given this information at least 24 hours prior to having her procedure