Dr. James Appiah-Pippim is the Transitional Residency Program Director for the Piedmont Athens Regional Graduate Medical Education program. He has been involved in the mentoring of more than 450 fellows, residents and medical students over the past 15 years. His past roles include core faculty member, subspecialty coordinator for critical care medicine, resident mentor and lecturer in pulmonary physiology and pathophysiology. He also served as medical director and chief of critical care medicine of ICUs in 2 different hospitals. Dr. Pippim also has a Master of Public Health.
In 2014, he was named Physician of the Year in the Greater Bridgeport area of CT and has won five Teacher of the Year over the past eight years.
Dr. Pippim is married and has three lovely children. He is an avid golfer and loves to watch movies.
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
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