Dr. Ilene April Grossman is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician at Emory st Decatur Primary Care (Irvin Court). Prior to her joining the practice, Dr. Grossman served as the Director of Women’s Health at the Atlanta VA Medical Center for seven years. Throughout her tenure at the Atlanta VA, Dr. Grossman held an Assistant Professor position at Emory University School of Medicine where she was involved in teaching medical students and supervising residents. In addition to managing patient care, she was a leader in physician training initiatives in Women’s Health and played an integral role in improving the delivery of primary care to female veterans.
Dr. Grossman, who is originally from Brooklyn, New York, completed her medical school training at SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, New York. After medical school, she moved to Atlanta and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Emory University. She then proceeded to complete an additional fellowship in Women’s Health, gaining expertise in providing comprehensive healthcare to female patients.
While specializing in Women’s Health, Dr. Grossman enjoys working with diverse patient populations and sees both male and female patients 18 years of age and older. In her practice, she is dedicated to providing highly personalized patient care with a focus on complex medical problems in addition to wellness and prevention.
Dr. Grossman is married with two children. She enjoys spending time with her family, dancing, playing tennis, working out, and keeping abreast of the newest medical information.
Shikha Chacko, M.D., is a board-certified internist who joined DeKalb Medical Physicians Group Winn Way Internal Medicine in 2012. Dr. Chacko specializes in treating patients who are struggling with obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure. She cares for the whole patient as they navigate what can be a complex health system, especially as they get older. Dr. Chacko takes pride in providing personalized care for each individual and is an advocate for promoting wellness and preventive care to her patients. Additionally, Dr. Chacko is bilingual and is fluent in Spanish.
Dr. Chacko, a native of Texas attended The University of Texas at Austin for her undergraduate studies where she also received honors. Following her bachelor degree in 2004, Dr. Chacko completed her doctorate in medicine at The University of Texas at Houston Medical School in 2009. She then moved to Atlanta attending Emory University where she completed her residency in 2012.
Additionally, Dr. Chacko holds an active membership with the American College of Physicians (ACP).
When not caring for her patients, Dr. Chacko enjoys playing sports, including tennis and spending time with family.
Megan Skelley is a board-certified nurse practitioner with medical interests that include preventive medicine and continuous health promotion. She received a BSN degree from Georgia Southern University, followed by her MSN degree from University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has been a registered nurse since 2011, working most recently on a medical/cardiology inpatient unit at Emory University Hospital. She has more recently expanded her expertise to include diabetic health, patient education and the treatment of acute and/or chronically ill adult patients.
She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
In her spare time, Megan enjoys dancing, watching Georgia Southern football, and spending time with family. She is recently married with a 3-year-old chocolate lab.