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Meet The Team


Dr. Pablo E. Perez

Internal Medicine

Dr Perez has been member of the Dalton GA. community . He is the president and founder of St. Joseph Clinic, P.C.  Dr. Perez completed his medical and surgical degree at the Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico City. He completed his internal medicine residence at Interfaith Medical Center, New York affiliated with State University of New York (SUNY) Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Internal Medicine.

Dr. Pablo Perez has been affiliated to Hamilton Medical Center since 2003.


Dr. Perez has a passion for providing medical care to the underserved. This passion has taken him to Haiti, Peru and Guatemala on medical missions every year.


"Practicing medicine is much more than treating symptoms. It is getting to know the patients, learning about their lives, and working in partnership with them to maintain their optimum health.  I consider it a privilege to interact with my patients on such a personal level and to be entrusted with their medical care."

~Dr. Pablo Perez

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Carla Frank


Internal Medicine

Nissa Berbawy


Internal Medicine

Clarena Salcedo


Internal Medicine

Yeimi Cortez-Chavez PA

Internal Medicine


Carlos Perez 


Dr. Perez received his medical degree from National University of Trujillo, School of Medical Sciences, Peru. He completed his residency training in General Psychiatry, Mount Sinai Services at Elmhurst Hospital Center, affiliated to Mount Sinai School of Medicine of the City University of New York.

In addition Dr. Carlos Perez completed a fellowship in addiction Psychiatry, Beth Israel Medical Center, University Hospital and Manhattan Campus for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York. Moreover, he completed a fellowship in Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New York.


Dr. Carlos Perez initiated his practice in Dalton GA at St Joseph Clinic, P.C. and affiliation with Hamilton Medical Center in 2005.


In his practice, he encourages patients and their families to be well informed about their diagnoses and treatment options, and to be active participants in treatment decisions to offer them the best overall mental and general well-being.

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