A message from Dr. Ro



It's been ages since I posted a blog. Hopefully I can do it more regularly. Just wanted to mention that my practice is now a part of the Emory Healthcare Network. It is a network of Emory physicians and independent community physicians (like myself and no I didn't get bought by Emory) who banded together to help improve healthcare in the community and also hopefully lower costs. Part of my duties is to help people understand what the network does. Some basic info can be gathered at this website: Emory Healthcare Network.

I'm curious to see what exciting developments will come out of this.


Football, again!

High school football is in full swing. Lambert High School, the team I take care of, is now 4-0. So far, so good. Their next game is Sept 30th. See you all then.


Ladies Night Out at Emory Johns Creek Hospital

Come by my table on Thursday, October 21st at Emory Johns Creek Hospital for the Ladies Night Out event. It starts at 6:30 PM and is totally free. I'll be discussing nutrition and giving out free consultations.



Football season is now upon us. So far, my favorite teams are doing well. My alma mater, Northwestern University, is now 5-0. My other favorite team, The Ohio State Buckeyes , is also 5-0. And finally the school where I did my training, University of Michigan, is also 5-0. It has been an exciting season and I can't wait to see what the rest of the season brings.

On the local level, Lambert High School (where I'm the team physician) is now 4-1 and second in their division. For their first year as a varsity team, they are doing great. Come out this Friday and root for them as they play against Johns Creek.


Happy Holidays

Just wanted to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. The office will be closed Dec 24th and 25th. We will also be closed Dec 28th. We will be open Tuesday, Dec 29th for anybody who needs to be seen. Then we will be closed Dec 30th to Jan 1st. Normal hours will resume on Jan 4th. If you need anything taken care of while the office is closed, please feel free to call my cell phone. I can still address problems over the phone.