Maria F. Bramhall, MD


Current Resident


Maria F. Bramhall, MD

Residency Program

Family Medicine

Program Year


Medical School

International University of the Health Sciences


North Carolina


Dr. Bramhall chose Family Medicine because she is very passionate about taking care of individuals of all ages with different diseases, but with a focus on preventative care. Some of her fondest memories in medical school was spending time with friends, but also discussing unique cases that were rarely seen.

Dr. Bramhall did most of her clinical rotations at Wellstar Medical Center in Atlanta. While she lived in North Carolina at this time, she stayed with a friend in Lawrenceville, Georgia while conducting her rotations. While she was there, she really enjoyed the weather, the people and the community and knew she wanted to stay. The only part that was not fun, was her commute to Atlanta! She was drawn to the north Georgia area where it was not overwhelming and Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville was a perfect match.

Her favorite club in high school was the Latin Club, where she traveled to Mexico for Independence Day and represented the Mexican community living in the United States. Her hobbies are spending time with family, cooking, hiking, running and CrossFit.

“My special interests include public health, primary prevention, reaching out to the Hispanic communities about primary prevention and disease management. A few of the strangest diagnosis I have encountered are congenital muscular dystrophy due to POMGnT1 mutation, Guillain-Barre syndrome, Rapid Onset Obesity with Hypothalamic Dysfunction, Hypoventilation and Autonomic dysregulation (ROHHAD) with intermittent Histiocytosis, a 5yo boy with Edward syndrome, Alpha 1 anti-trypsin deficiency.”

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