Dr. Jones-Bailey is a graduate of Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta and board-certified physician. She completed her residency at the Boston University Medical School program in 1989 and has practiced in Atlanta for over 20 years. Named to “The Best Choices for Doctors” in Essence magazine, Dr. Jones-Bailey has appeared on CNN and WAGA TV. She gives lectures and seminars locally and internationally on topics in Prediabetes , age management and preventive health.
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
Alycia is a graduate from Valdosta State University with a Bachelor in Biology and she is also a graduate from Medtech College. She enjoys running,
A Seattle, WA native and recent Magnum Cum Laude graduate from Gwinnett College, Ebony Cross is excited to begin her medical career with Dr. Jones-Bailey and Buckhead Functional Medicine.
"The National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), led by the CDC, is offered to help people make necessary lifestyle changes. The program was designed and piloted in Indiana by the Indiana University School of Medicine, and has proven to prevent and/or delay Type 2 diabetes. This program helped people cut their risk for diabetes in half!
In this year-long program, participants work with a trained "Lifestyle Coach" in a group-like setting to set personal goals, learn how to eat healthy, add daily physical activity, stay motivated, and problem solve issues that can get in the way of making healthy lifestyle changes. ~ In.Gov
We are a CDC Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program.