Our practice was founded in 2000 by Dr. Agbor Egbewatt, a board-certified internist who received his undergraduate education at The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, his medical degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and his residency training in general internal medicine from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore before moving to the Atlanta metro to establish a practice.
Internal Medicine Associates of Lawrenceville Staff
Can an Internal Medicine Doctor be your Primary Care Physician?
Yes. We would love being your Primary Care Physician if you are 15 years or older.
What is an Internal Medicine Physician?
Doctors of Internal Medicine are specially trained to keep adults healthy as well as treating challenging conditions and illness. Their training in residency focuses on treating adults. With their in-depth knowledge internal medicine doctors, or internists, sometimes serve as the “doctor’s doctor” by helping other physicians with diagnosing and managing complex medical illnesses.
Internal medicine doctors are trained to deal with puzzling conditions and chronic illness. They also focus on keeping patients well and healthy by preventing diseases.