The graduates are Anthony T. Arnott, M.D., Neeru Chopra, M.D., Tara Davis Howell, M.D., Kristine Briones Mull, M.D., and Margret Thorhallsdottir, M.D.
The Floyd Family Medicine Residency Program trains physicians in the specialty of family medicine. The program provides three years of academic and clinical post-doctoral education to medical school graduates and offers hands-on experience to residents in preparation for full-time medical careers as physicians.
A native of Spencer, W. Va., Dr. Arnott received his medical doctorate from West Virginia University in Morgantown. He will practice family medicine at Cherokee Medical Center in Centre, Ala. He resides in Cedar Bluff, Ala.
Dr. Chopra earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from St. Christopher’s College of Medicine, Dakar, Senegal. She will practice family medicine at Holy Spirit Health System in Harrisburg, Penn. where she plans to reside.
A native of Dallas, Dr. Howell earned her medical doctorate from Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon. She will practice family medicine at Tallapoosa Family Healthcare. She and her husband Jamie reside in Bowdon.
Dr. Mull earned her medical doctorate from the Medical University of the Americas, Saint Kitts and Nevis. She will practice family medicine at Floyd Primary Care in Rome. She and her husband Logan, reside in Rome with their son Jackson.
Dr. Thorhallsdottir earned her medical doctorate from Saba University School of Medicine, Netherlands-Antilles. She will practice medicine at Harbin Clinic Immediate Care in Rome. She and her husband Adrian reside in Rome.