Dr. Caitlin Suilmann was born and raised in Georgia. Initially, she planned to pursue a career as a medical research scientist but enjoyed working with people and patients too much, so she decided to become a doctor in the senior year of college. She then went to medical school in Atlanta and completed her Family Medicine training in Wisconsin, close to extended family. Afterwards, she moved back to Georgia to be closer to her immediate family and is looking forward to warmer winters.
Caitlin Suilmann, MD
Board Certification: American Board of Family Medicine
Internal Medicine Residency: University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Family Medicine
Medical School: Emory School of Medicine
College: Agnes Scott College
I became a doctor: to help patients with identifying and managing medical concerns in the context of their values and preferences, and especially to engage with and empower patients to work on pursuing healthy living and preventative medicine.
I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: it’s great to meet and work with people in my community, and help promote their wellness and ability to enjoy the community as well.
I am currently learning more about: non-pharmacologic approaches to treating behavioral health concerns, plant-based diet benefits for health, and home gardening.
In my community, I enjoy: exploring local parks, discovering new foods at Farmer’s Markets, playing soccer.
My hobbies are: soccer, piano, learning languages, playing board games.