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Facility
ARMC Community Care Clinic
Primary Address
1270 Prince Ave Ste 201
Athens, GA 30606
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Phone
(706) 475-7055
Fax
(706) 548-7153
Certification
American Board of Internal Medicine
Medical School
University of Ghana Medical School, Ghana
Residency
Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, MD and Hospital of Saint Raphael, New Haven, CT- PGY3 and Chief Resident
Gender
female
About Me

About Dr. Catherine Apaloo

Dr. Catherine Apaloo is the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director for Graduate Medical Education at Athens Regional Medical Center. She is passionate about traveling all over the world to perform medical mission work. She is enthusiastic about teaching others to teach, focusing on presentation skills, end-of-life medicine, high-value care, generational differences in healthcare education, and ethics and healthcare disparities.

Dr. Apaloo is actively engaged in the ACP, has been awarded LEAD certification and is a contributor to the ACP High Value Curriculum for residents. She has been the recipient of several awards, most recently the 2013 Connecticut Chapter of American College of Physicians Laureate Award.

She remains clinically active as a primary care practitioner. She lives in Bogart with her husband and has 3 children. 

Additional Qualifications

  • LEAD Certification from the American College of Physicians
  • Medical Education Research Certificate from the Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Connecticut State Medical Society Physician Leadership Program from the Yale School of Management, Executive Education
  • ABIM Faculty Development Course in Evaluation of Clinical Competence. American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Mini Fellowship in Palliative Care Education at Duke University
  • Physician Executive Leadership Program at the New York Presbyterian HealthCare System.
  • Program in Palliative Care Education and Practice at Harvard Medical School.
  • National Residency End-of-Life Education Project at the Medical College of Wisconsin/ Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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