Dr. Kinsey-Gotier is a native of Atlanta, GA. She earned her undergraduate degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1995. She attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA and graduated in 2002. From there she entered the Air Force as a captain and began her residency at Keesler Air Force Base located in Biloxi, Mississippi. Due to Hurricane Katrina, she was transferred to Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon, GA where she completed her residency in internal medicine. Dr. Kinsey-Gotier served as an Air Force staff physician for the next three years, attaining the rank of major before returning to her home state of Georgia in the fall of 2008. She practiced as a staff physician for Kaiser Permanente in Jonesboro, GA before coming to Emory at Stonecrest Primary Care.
Dr. Kinsey-Gotier specializes in treating complicated patients with hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol and chronic kidney disease, to name a few. She enjoys getting to know her patients. She is an advocate of preventive care. She is board certified in internal medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians/American Board of Internal Medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling and shopping. She is happily married with two sons.
Dr. Stephen Day has been with the group since 1999. Dr. Day took a one year sabbatical in the second half of 2010, hiking on the Appalachian Trail for three months, assisted his 87 year old mother with her knee replacement, and did volunteer work in Haiti.
Dr. Day is a Pennsylvania native. He received his undergraduate degree from Earlham College in Richmond, IN and attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Day completed his residency training at the University of Connecticut and is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Day spent two years working in emergency medicine in Connecticut until moving to Atlanta, GA in 1993 to begin family practice.
Dr. Day enjoys helping patients understand their medical problems and integrate long term conditions into a healthier life.