Simon Portee, MD, is a skilled primary care physician and the medical director of National Healthcare Center in Stockbridge and Atlanta, Georgia. With over three decades of experience behind him, Dr. Portee is a compassionate patient advocate who is dedicated to delivering high ethical standards of care and sharing his extensive knowledge to provide the best health outcomes for his patients.
Dr. Portee completed his associate degree at Hudson Valley Community College and his Bachelor of Science in biology at Rensselaer Polytechnic University, both in Troy, New York. He then pursued his medical degree at Albany Medical College, followed by internships in general practice and internal medicine at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York. Dr. Portee furthered his training with a residency in internal medicine at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta.
Since 1985, Dr. Portee has been practicing at various medical facilities throughout the state of Georgia and serving diverse patient populations. He began as a medical officer for the United States Public Health Service, eventually working as a staff emergency room physician at various facilities and becoming the medical director of different clinics around Georgia. Dr. Portee is a member of the Georgia chapter of the American College of Physicians.