Chattanooga, Tenn. July 25, 2016 – Parkridge Medical Group welcomes board-certified pulmonologist Geraldo Holguin, MD, to its growing group of medical professionals. Dr. Holguin specializes in the diagnoses and treatment of diseases and disorders of the lung and holds multiple board certifications in critical care medicine, infectious disease and internal medicine. Dr. Holguin joins Harsha Shantha, MD, Yune-Gill Jeong, MD, Seong-Joo Jeong, MD, and Daniel Harnsberger, MD, in the Diagnostic Center in providing pulmonary care. He is now seeing patients in his office.
Dr. Holguin earned his medical degree, cum laude, from the Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. He completed his fellowship in pulmonary/critical care medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. Dr. Holguin completed his residency and internship at Woodhull Medical Center in New York City. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, Infectious Disease Society of America, American Thoracic Society and American Academy of Chest Physicians. Most recently, Dr. Holguin served as a hospitalist and in emergency medicine at G.V. Montgomery VA Center and at Methodist Rehabilitation Center in Jackson, Miss.
“Dr. Holguin provides additional expertise and service in the area of pulmonary medicine to patients of Parkridge Medical Group and Parkridge Health System,” Darrell Moore, President and CEO, Parkridge Health System, said. “We welcome him and his family to the Chattanooga area.”
Married with three children, Dr. Holguin said he enjoys hiking, fishing, reading and technology in his personal time. He also enjoys philately, the appreciation and study of stamps and postal history as well as collecting.
“Chattanooga is a vibrant and beautiful area to call home,” Dr. Holguin said. “I look forward to joining the great group of physicians at Parkridge Medical Group and to connecting with each patient, establishing a strong patient/provider relationship and providing care in a time of need.”