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.
Please let a clinical staff member know if you do not want Dr. Estroff, Dr. Clements, or Dr. Graham 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. Cailin Clements
Dr. Cailin Clements, a Pediatric Resident at Emory, is originally from Rhode Island. Although it is the smallest state, it has sandy beaches and delicious lobster rolls to make up for what is lacks in space. Growing up she played tennis and spent lots of time running around with her 3 siblings. She moved to upstate NY to attend Cornell University for her undergraduate degree in biology and spent a year teaching high schoolers physics and math in Boston before moving to attend the University of Louisville School of Medicine. She is excited to explore the food scene in Atlanta and hopes to get to see the famous whale shark at the aquarium.
Dr. Nolan Graham
Dr. Nolan Graham is a metro-Atlanta native who was born and raised in Gwinnett County. Growing up, he spent much of his time playing baseball and exploring the north Georgia woods. After graduating from Duluth High School, Nolan attended Emory University, where he spent his first two years at the Oxford College in Oxford, Georgia and his final two years at the Atlanta campus, earning a Bachelor of Science in biology. He remained at Emory for another four years to complete his medical education. Nolan enjoys University of Georgia football, Braves baseball, and spending time with his wife, Hanna, and cat, Winnie.