John Martin Maloney III, M.P.H, M.D.
Dr. Maloney received a BS degree from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. He then obtained an MPH from Yale University (infectious disease epidemiology), and his MD degree from Georgetown University. Postgraduate internal medicine training was completed at Emory School of Medicine. In 1983 he became an Epidemic Intelligence Officer (EIS) at CDC and received additional training in infectious disease epidemiology. Dr. Maloney completed his training by returning to Emory and successfully completed his fellowship in infectious diseases in 1987.
Dr. Maloney was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory for 4 years and then joined Atlanta Infectious Disease Specialists in 1992. He currently serves as the section chief of infectious diseases at Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital and has privileges at Northside Hospital. He has been the recipient of the Patients’ Choice Award as a preferred medical provider.
Dr. Maloney remains keenly interested in all aspects of infectious disease care, and has been intensively involved in HIV care since the earliest cases were reported in Atlanta in the early 1980’s.
Hugh L. Durham, M.D.
Dr. Durham worked as a paramedic and a registered nurse. Subsequently he went to medical school in Montserrat with two years of clinical training at the London Hospital Medical School. His residency training in Internal medicine was at Mercer University and the Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon, Georgia. His fellowship in Infectious Disease is from the Oschner Clinic of New Orleans, Louisiana. When asked why he works with infections he replies ‘worthy opponents’. He enjoys successfully assisting people in the struggle against the natural adversaries of the environment.