Ebba K. Ebba, MD

Specializes in Pediatrics

Dr Ebba K. Ebba is a board certified pediatrician with over 27 years of clinical experience, 17 of which were in private practice. Prior to that, he was an assistant professor of pediatrics at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia for over six years and a clinical instructor at Georgetown University’s Department of Pediatrics. He has had several professional accomplishments, including being selected Clinician of the Year at Morehouse School of Medicine in May, 2002. His extensive community involvement include serving as an Advisory Board Member of Little Tree School, a specialized model school for children with special needs as well as helping establish and run Salam Free Clinic, both in Jacksonville, Alabama.

Dr Ebba received his medical education at Howard University School of Medicine in Washington D.C., and completed his pediatric residency at Emory University School of Medicine. He went on to do a fellowship in Community Pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Through his years of experience working in underserved communities, he went on the found Gemini Health Care group, a non- profit that is involved in charitable work in Ethiopia.

On a personal note, Dr. Ebba is a married father of two daughters and a son. In his spare time, he likes to read, travel and play soccer.

Title Pediatrician & Assistant Professor
Gender Male
Languages English
Department Pediatrics
Specialties Pediatrics
Training Howard University School of Medicine
Residency Emory University School of Medicine
Hospital Affiliations
Accepting New Patients Yes
Board Certifications The American Board of Pediatrics & The National Board of Medical Examiners
Honors Clinician of the Year at Morehouse School of Medicine in May, 2002
Special Interest Gemini Health Care Group, a non-profit involved in charitable work in Ethiopia. Salam Free Clinic
Ebba K. Ebba

Primary Location
Morehouse Healthcare Lee Street - CFHC

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