Dr. Deep Shah was born in Atlanta, GA and grew up in the metro area. He graduated valedictorian and student body co-president of Greater Atlanta Christian (GAC) in Norcross. Dr. Deep then attended the University of Georgia (UGA), where he graduated summa cum laude. At UGA, he won a Rhodes Scholarships to study at Oxford. Dr. Deep then went to Harvard Medical School. There, he was awarded a Soros Fellowship and received the Primary Care Student Achievement Award. He decided to return home and train at Emory University School of Medicine in internal medicine. Dr. Deep was named Outstanding Resident for all three years of his residency. He is proud to take care of patients in his hometown and is an active member of the health policy community in Georgia with the American College of Physicians and Georgians for a Healthy Future.
Deep Shah, MD, MSc
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Residency (Primary Care): Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Medical School: Harvard Medical School
College: University of Georgia
High School: Greater Atlanta Christian School, Norcross, GA
I became a doctor: to help patients and families reach their full potential. I love being a doctor and feel privileged to be practicing in my hometown.
I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: our model is patient-centered and primary care-based. Our physicians, NPs, and staff are truly devoted to delivering high value care.
I am currently learning more about: skin diseases and women’s health.
In my community, I enjoy: spending time with loved ones, wherever we might be! I’m also involved with a couple local non-profits: the Grady Health Foundation and Georgians for a Healthy Future.
My hobbies are: running, going out to eat, and visiting friends in different cities.
My interests are: Diabetes, Hypertension, & HIV Prevention (PrEP)