Dr. Deep J. Shah, M.D., M.Sc. is a board-certified primary care physician at Gwinnett Clinic and adjunct clinical faculty at Emory University School of Medicine. He is a full-time clinician with expertise in health policy, clinical operations, population health, medical billing, and health care finance. He currently serves on the board of Georgians for a Healthy Future and is active with the American College of Physicians. Dr. Shah is a physician leader and advocate of high-value primary care as the foundation of good health.
A native of metro Atlanta, Dr. Shah graduated summa cum laude as a Foundation Fellow from the University of Georgia. He was awarded Truman and Rhodes Scholarships, affording him the opportunity to obtain a Master’s degree in comparative social policy at the University of Oxford. Dr. Shah then received a medical degree at Harvard Medical School, where he was awarded a Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Finally, he trained in internal medicine / primary care at Emory University School of Medicine. At Emory, Dr. Shah was named outstanding physician resident all three years.