General Pediatrics, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist and Lifestyle Medicine
Board certified in general pediatrics, pediatric infectious diseases and lifestyle medicine – Dr. Fitzroy H. Graham graduated from medical school in 1992. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York and was elected chief resident of pediatrics in 1997. He undertook his fellowship training in Pediatric infectious diseases at Emory University in Atlanta and graduated in 2001. In 2019 he became certified as a lifestyle medicine physician, using evidenced based lifestyle medicine to prevent and treat chronic noncommunicable diseases.
Doctor Graham strongly recommends vaccination and uses the CDC and AAP guidelines for timely and complete immunization.
During his fellowship at Emory University Dr. Graham did many of his research projects at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and was also a research mentor and teacher for their summer research fellowship program. To this day, he continues to work closely with his colleagues and peers at the CDC and the, Department of Infectious Diseases at Emory. Dr. Graham remained in Atlanta following his fellowship. He is one of the few Peds ID docs consulting in this subspecialty in the northwest corner of Atlanta. His expertise is frequently requested by local hospitals, physicians, and parents on complex infectious disease issues.
Dr. Graham is the only practicing board-certified pediatric infectious disease specialist in the northwest Atlanta area.
Dr. Graham has hospital affiliations with Northside Hospital – Cherokee and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.