Kiesha Fraser Doh, MD
Department of Medicine
Director of ED Physician Outreach for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Hughes Spalding and Egleston Campus
Kiesha Fraser Doh, M.D., is a Pediatric Emergency Physician and the Director of ED Physician Outreach for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Hughes Spalding and Egleston Campus.
Since arriving at Children’s Dr. Fraser established and developed the ED Physician outreach program which entails improving communication with area pediatricians and referring emergency medicine departments. This novel program involves monthly visits to metro area pediatric practices, providing specific patient follow-ups to referring ED’s and pediatricians and editing and publishing a quarterly educational newsletter.
Dr. Fraser is also an executive member of the Childrens’ Injury Prevention Program (CHIPP) and a member of the intentional injury taskforce of CHIPP. In her role with CHIPP she leads a program that distributes safe firearm storage devices and educational material at various safety events in the Atlanta Metro Area. Dr. Fraser has been researching firearm injury prevention with at least 3 abstracts accepted and/or presented at national conferences.
A native of Huntsville, AL Dr. Fraser earned her medical degree at Loma Linda University, after earning her bachelor’s degree from Oakwood College (now Oakwood University). She currently serves on the Children’s Injury Prevention Program Executive Committee and Health Law Partnership Advisory Council.
Dr. Fraser and her husband, Serge reside in Atlanta and have two children.