1800 Howell Mill Road NW

Suite 475

Atlanta, GA 30318

 

p - 678-961-2100

f  - 678-961-2107

 

Open Monday through Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm

Dr. Quentin Van Meter

Dr. Van Meter graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1969. He attended the Medical College of Virginia where he received his medical degree in 1973. Dr. Van Meter did his pediatric internship in 1973 and 1974, and his pediatric residency from 1974 to 1976, at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Oakland, through the University of California, San Francisco. He completed his pediatric endocrinology fellowship from 1978 to 1980 at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

 

Dr. Van Meter worked as a staff pediatric endocrinologist at the Naval Hospital in San Diego from 1980 to 1986 and was Chairman and Director of the residency training program at the Naval Hospital Oakland from 1986 to 1991.  In 1991, he retired from a 20-year career in the Navy Medical Corps and moved to the Atlanta area where he joined the Fayette Medical Clinic as a Pediatrician and Pediatric Endocrinologist.  To better serve the ever-expanding population of pediatric patients with endocrine disorders, he developed his own full-time endocrine practice, which today bears his name.  He is a clinical associate professor of Pediatrics at both the Emory University and Morehouse Schools of Medicine.

 

Board Certifications

 American Board of Pediatrics, general Pediatrics

 American Board of Pediatrics, sub-board of Pediatric

 Endocrinology

 

Professional Society Affiliations

 Fellow, the American College of Pediatricians

 Fellow, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists

 Member, the American Diabetes Association

 Member, the Endocrine Society

 Member, the Pediatric Endocrine Society

Dr. Joey Low, M.D.

Dr. Low graduated from Oglethorpe University where he majored in Biology and achieved the Presidential Academic Scholarship and Dean's List Honor Roll. He attended the Morehouse School of Medicine where he received his medical degree and completed pediatric residency training. Dr. Low performed his Pediatric Endocrinology fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine.

 

Dr. Low participated in regular teaching services including pediatric grand rounds, Pediatric Endocrinology department lectures.  He regularly taught education seminars on Pediatric Endocrinology to medical students, nursing staff, nursing students, physician assistant students.  He continues to precept pediatric residents and medical students. Dr. Low obtained his board certification in pediatrics in 2010 and his sub-board certification in pediatric endocrinology in 2011.

 

Board Certification

American Board of Pediatrics, general Pediatrics

American Board of Pediatrics, sub-board of Pediatric Endocrinology

 

Community Activities

Ekklesia Atlanta Christian Fellowship: Student Ministry Deacon

Woodgate Mission Volunteer/Counselor

Atlanta Chinese Christian Church Youth Counselor

Southeastern Chinese Church Summer Conference Counselor

A.C.C.C.N. Career and College Fellowship Group Leader

A.C.C.C. Welcome Ministry Leader

Mary Bertossi, MS, RN, CPNP

Mary’s passion for pediatric nursing evolved from her love of working with children.  She graduated from the College of William and Mary in 2006 with a B.S. in Neuroscience.  She subsequently attended Georgia State University and graduated summa cum laude from the accelerated B.S. in Nursing program in 2009.

 

Although she had initially planned to work in the neonatal intensive care unit, she began working at Van Meter Pediatric Endocrinology while studying for her nursing boards and developed an interest in caring for children with chronic illnesses.  She returned to Georgia State to pursue her Master’s in Nursing and graduated in 2015 at the top of her class.

 

Mary is board certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board and is a member of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners and Pediatric Endocrine Nurses Society.  She is also a member of the medical advisory board for Camp Kudzu and has been involved in the development of the Atlanta Diabetes Center concept.

 

Mary currently supervises two research protocols involving the use of long acting growth hormone in children with growth hormone deficiency.