Latifat T. Agbeja, MDPhysician
“Having been called to this great profession, the delivery of personal and compassionate care is paramount to me. I love what I do and enjoy getting to know my patients and identifying with them, figuring out what barriers they have regarding their health and trying to figure out ways to alleviate them. I enjoy taking care of several generations of the same families. “It is always rewarding to know that the little that I do in my patients’ lives do go a long way.”
- American Board of Family Medicine
- Certified Civil Surgeon, US Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS)
Southwest Georgia Family Practice Residency
Medical College of Georgia – Augusta University
Doctor of Medicine
Georgia State University
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Hospitals Affiliated With
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital
Phoebe North Hospital
American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP)
American Medical Association (AMA)
Dougherty County Medical Society (DCMS)
Georgia Association of Family Physicians (GAFP)
Medical Association of Georgia (MAG)
Having a husband who has spent a lot of time working outside of the country has given her the opportunity to fulfill some of her love for traveling. She enjoys spending time with her husband and son, traveling and cooking.
Dr. Latifat Agbeja is originally from Nigeria. She came to the United States as a teenager in 1994. She completed her undergraduate studies at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Her medical school was completed at the Medical College of Georgia, after which she moved to Albany. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Having recently graduated from residency, Dr. Agbeja was apprehensive about joining an already established practiced, but she has come to realize that it is definitely one of the best decisions she has ever made. Dr. Agbeja has always been inclined to be a doctor, having spent so much time in and out of doctor’s offices when she was young. Her fascination with the white coats and stethoscopes meant there was only one direction for her.
“I wasn’t sure I was going to like you, but now that I have met you, I’m glad I stayed” – that statement puts a smile on Dr. Agbeja’s face, each time she walks through the door. It is her own personal vote of confidence from her patients.