Atlanta Magazine Featured Article

Dr. Tameeka Law Walker was recently pictured on the cover of Atlanta Magazine's Top Doctors issue. Read the featured article where she describes a life and death moment with a patient. Click to read the article!

By | August 22nd, 2017|Categories: From Our Doctors, General Pregnancy, News|0 Comments

2017 Atlanta Magazine Top Doctors

We are so proud of our physicians and the services they provide. The 2017 Atlanta Magazine list of Top Doctors recognizes seven of our physicians, by far the most of any Maternal-Fetal Medicine practice in Atlanta. Our own Dr. Tameeka Law Walker was even chosen for the [...]

By | July 9th, 2017|Categories: News|0 Comments

What does it mean to be Board Certified?

“Is your perinatologist board certified?” Many patients are told they should ask about this, but what does it really mean to be board certified? Is that something you should ask when looking for a doctor? While this may seem like a question with an easy [...]

By | April 2nd, 2017|Categories: News|0 Comments

Rare Blood Disorder Causes Pregnant Georgia Woman’s Immune System To Attack Unborn Child

The physicians at Georgia Perinatal Consultants are experts in handling many difficult complications in pregnancy. Click the link to hear how Dr. Kevin Gomez helped the Turner family overcome their pregnancy challenges. <<Fox 5 Video - Dr. Kevin Gomez>>

By | March 7th, 2017|Categories: General Pregnancy, News|0 Comments

Castle Connolly – America’s Top Doctors

We are proud of our physicians for consistently being named as Atlanta's Top Doctors for Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Radiology. Congratulations to Dr. Raymond Allen, Dr. Jeffrey H. Korotkin, Dr. Tameeka Law Walker, Dr. Jose Lopez-Zeno, Dr. Larry Matsumoto, Dr. Thomas N. Trevett and Dr. Lawrence [...]

By | December 22nd, 2016|Categories: General Pregnancy, News|0 Comments

What is the difference between a Perinatologist and an Obstetrician?

Becoming pregnant is an amazing thing. You have created a life! The baby you have created  is the size of a peanut, a plum, a potato, a cantaloupe, and eventually a watermelon as it grows inside of you. Emotions are high--excitement, terror, joy, anxiety and hope may [...]

By | August 7th, 2016|Categories: From Our Doctors|0 Comments