Karrie Garcia, PA-C

You Can Call Me: Ms. Garcia

Departments: Family Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant

Locations: Duluth (Breckenridge), Duluth (Pleasant Hill), Snellville, Webb Gin

Time at Gwinnett Clinic: Since 2024

Languages I Speak: English, Spanish

Karrie Garcia, PA-C

Ms. Karrie completed her undergraduate degree at Barry University in Miami, Florida with a Major in Pre-Professional Biology, and a Minor in Chemistry. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and went on to complete her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at South College Atlanta here in Georgia. Ms. Karrie recently finished her clinical rotations, where she found a true passion in Family Medicine. In this specialty, she saw an opportunity to treat a wider range of patients and help improve their quality of life. Her main goal is to provide the best possible healthcare to the community, especially among her fellow Latino community. Ms. Karrie currently resides in Georgia with her family. She enjoys working as a volunteer with non-profit associations such as Helping Mamas and Special Olympics Atlanta. When she is not in clinic, she enjoys reading, watching movies, working out and cooking.

Medical Education

Board Certification: National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants

PA School: South College – Atlanta, GA

College: Barry University – Miami, FL

My Practice

I became a Physician’s Assistant because: I want to improve the quality of life of my patients and provide the best healthcare possible to my community, especially among my fellow Latinos.

I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: the Gwinnett clinic model of care is patient-centered and is primary care-based. The physicians, midlevel providers, and staff are truly devoted to their patients and work wonderfully as a team to provide the best care to Gwinnett clinic patients.

I am currently learning more about: the most up-to-date screening guidelines and treatment options for chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension.

In my community, I enjoy: spending time with my family and friends. I also enjoy volunteering for nonprofit associations such as Helping Mamas, Special Olympics in Atlanta, and participating in the Annual Lazarus Health Day in Atlanta, Georgia.

My hobbies are: reading, watching movies, working out, and cooking.

My clinical interests include: Diabetes, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia, GERD, and blood disorders.

Additional Certifications and Clinical Interests

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