Christina was born and raised in Southfield, Michigan by parents who are Nigerian immigrants. She received her Bachelor of Science (B.S) degree in Biochemistry & Chemical Biology and a minor in Business Administration from Wayne State University. After graduation, she started working at various automotive companies as a Chemical Engineer. However, after three years, she decided to follow her dream. She was accepted to the ABLE program and successfully graduated from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. In August of 2022, she also received her Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree at Eastern Michigan University.
Coming from an underserved community, Christina is dedicated to reducing health inequities and destigmatizing mental health. She has been volunteering at a non-profit organization that she founded, called Uloma Immigrants’ House. Her interests include global health, cooking, watching tv shows and listening to music. During her free time, Christina enjoys spending time with her son, Salvador, traveling the world, exploring different cultures, and playing sports, especially volleyball and basketball.
Dr. Patrick Bevans is a first generation American who primary grew up in Gilbert Arizona, though would often spend time in southern Alberta Canada with his extended family. Dr. Bevans studied biomedical science and Mandarin Chinese and received a Bachelor’s degree of Science from Northern Arizona University where he studied biomedical science and Mandarin Chinese. During his undergraduate education, Dr. Bevans had the opportunity to live abroad in Hong Kong for two years as a full-time volunteer preforming service and humanitarian work. He received his MD from Trinity School of Medicine, and preformed the majority of his rotations in Warner Robins and Macon, Georgia.
Dr. Bevans enjoys all forms of competition, from sports such as lacrosse and Sabre fencing, to tabletop wargaming and board games. In addition to competitive hobbies, he also enjoys scuba diving, painting, and traveling wife his wife.
Brian is a dedicated and compassionate individual with a strong passion for making a positive impace on the field of medicine. As a recent medical graduate from St. George’s University, Brian’s multicultural background and experiences have shaped his empathetic approach to patient care. Known for his hardworking nature, friendly demeanor, and exceptional teamwork skills, Brian is committed to delivering comprehensive and compassionate healthcare as he embarks on his journey as a physician. Outside of medicine, Brian finds joy in spending quality time with family and friends, exploring new destinations through travel, embarking on adventurous hikes, and engaging in sports.
Michael is originally from Phoenix, AZ. He completed his MPH at UC Irvine and medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California. Michael’s emphasis in medicine is primary care, MSK, and population health. Outside of medicine, he enjoys baking/cooking and mountain biking.
Christian was born in Southern California but grew up in Federal Way, Washington with his parents and four siblings. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Washington State University Vancouver. He attended medical school at Our Lady of Fatima University in the Philippines, where he would also meet his wife and had a chance to experience his culture.
Christian’s areas of clinical interest include hospital medicine, sports medicine, and teaching future medical students. He enjoys weightlifting, basketball, video games, walking his dog, and exploring new places and foods with his wife.
Aisha was born in Atlanta, GA, but grew up in Hall County with her parents and 3 younger siblings. She received her Bachelors in biology from Brenau University in Gainesville, GA, and took 2 years off to gain medical experience scribing in the Northeast GA Braselton emergency department. She went on to complete her medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine, and she stayed on with the university after graduation to serve as a Simulation Teaching Assistant.
She has a strong passion for maternal/women’s health, and thus she contributed to research with the gynecology department at Cleveland Clinic Florida as a data collector. She is also passionate about patient advocacy, especially in the realm of maternal health, and working with the underserved community. As a north GA native, she is very excited to continue her medical education somewhere that she calls home!
Outside of work, she enjoys reading (mostly psychological thrillers), working out, and binging TV shows/movies.
Nina Wyatt grew up in Fayetteville, Ga and received a B.S. in Molecular Biology from Hampton University. She then obtained a Masters degree in Medical science from Morehouse School of Medicine. She then went on to obtain her Medical Degree from Morehouse School of Medicine.
Her career interests include procedural medicine, aesthetics, concierge, private practice, research, and administration. In her non-medical time, she loves spending time with her family, working out, doing yoga/meditating, traveling, eating at new restaurants, listening to music and napping.
Dr. Young hails from Newcastle, Washington, the land of beautiful mountains and good coffee. He moved across the country to attend Albany Medical College for medical school.
He is drawn to Family Medicine because of the broad scope of the field. He is attracted by the opportunity to practice medicine in a variety of settings and foster long lasting relationships with patients. He has an interest in sports medicine.
During his free time outside of the hospital, you can find him hiking the great outdoors, swimming, and making a cup of coffee.