The physicians at PPP welcome the opportunity to help train the next generation of pediatricians and expose them to office-based practice that they don’t see elsewhere during their training. We appreciate your assistance in helping these young pediatricians learn how to care for children.
As part of their training, our Practice Residents will be seeing patients at Peachtree Park Pediatrics one afternoon each week through August 2021.
Please let a clinical staff member know if you do not want Dr. Estroff, Dr. Adamson, or Dr. McGlamry to be involved in your child’s visit.
Dr. Brandon Estroff
Dr. Brandon Estroff was born and raised in metro Atlanta. As a kid he spent most of his time either playing sports or watching his beloved Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta sports teams. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia where he majored in Psychology. During his undergraduate years he also worked part-time in the Media Relations department for the UGA Football team. After college he received his MD degree from Emory University School of Medicine. He is now continuing his training in Emory’s Pediatrics Residency program. He currently lives in Buckhead with his wife, Katie.
Dr. Marissa Adamson
Dr. Marissa Adamson was raised in northern Connecticut where she spent most of her adolescent years riding horses and singing. She completed her undergraduate years studying biomedical science at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. During that time she was also training in vocal performance at the Eastman School of Music. After college she worked at Xerox briefly as a chemist before going to medical school on Long Island at NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine. Now she lives in midtown Atlanta with her dog, Dobbie, and two birds, Oberyn and Varys.
Dr. Kate McGlamry
Dr. Kate McGlamry is an Atlanta native and former patient of Peachtree Park Pediatrics! She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia where she majored in Environmental Health Science. After college, Kate spend two years in Washington, D.C., tutoring middle and high school students in math and science. Returning to Atlanta, Kate attended Emory University School of Medicine, receiving both an MD degree and a Master’s in Public Health with a focus on health policy. She is in the final year of her Pediatric Residency at Emory and plans to pursue a career in primary care pediatrics in Atlanta. She currently lives in Morningside with her husband, Robert, and their dog, Russell.