Meet Dr. Graham
General Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist
Board certified in both general pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases, 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 a fellowship in infectious diseases at Emory University in Atlanta in 2001.
During his fellowship, Dr. Graham did many of his research projects at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). To this day, he continues to work closely with his colleagues and peers at the CDC, as well as the Department of Infectious Diseases at Emory.
Dr. Graham remained in Atlanta following his fellowship. He is one of just 29 board-certified pediatric infectious disease specialists practicing in Georgia, and he is the only one 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 has worked and studied internationally, from England to Jamaica, Mexico, Brazil, New York, and Atlanta, the exposure broadening and enriching his outlook and medical care for patients of diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. He is fluent in Spanish, teaches in medical schools and universities abroad, and has authored chapters in prominent textbooks and written scientific research papers.
With a strong focus on empathy and service to others, Dr. Graham and his wife are active in non-profit medical missions and organizations. Outside the practice, they offer their time teaching preventative health medicine and encouraging healthy lifestyles. Together they have travelled locally and to Mexico for health-related not-for-profit work over the years. They are currently working with faculty at Morehouse University School of Medicine to form a preventive health initiative for the local Hispanic population.
Dr. Graham forms a special bond with each of his patients and is dedicated to providing the best possible care to all children, working with families to help them achieve total health. He has received recognition from Vitals.com with a Patients' Choice Award in 2011 and 2012, as well as a Compassionate Doctor Recognition in 2012.