Dr. Bryan Kirkland grew up in Dothan, Al where he attended Cottonwood High School and graduated as valedictorian of his class in 1994. He then attended the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Al and graduated in 1998 with a degree in Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Kirkland spent a year working in a Biochemistry Lab before returning to South Alabama for medical school. While in medical school he met his wife Rebekah, they were married in 2002. He finished medical school in 2003 and moved to Kansas City to begin his residency training. After completing the three year residency program, he moved to Covington, GA and began to work in Newton County. The first year in Covington their son Luke was born, then 2 ½ years later their daughter Jackie was born. Dr. Kirkland worked in Newton County for five years, and then accepted a position with Conyers Family Practice. He spent a year there, and in December of 2012 he started working with Dr. Michelle Plaster at Our Family Health Center in Social Circle, GA. He and his family are members of Rockdale Community Church. Dr. Kirkland practices general Internal Medicine providing primary care to adults and adolescents. He has a special interest in diabetes and prevention of heart disease.
Losing weight is probably the single greatest thing you can do to improve your overall health. Our medical weight loss program has been very successful in many people who are ready to make healthy changes.
Weight loss requires diet changes and exercise and we will help you make these changes. For those of you who need additional assistance with making successful change we will evaluate to see if you are a safe candidate for supplements or prescription medication to aid in […]
We want to make it as easy as possible to keep you well.
Preventive Health Screenings
The best way to treat illness is to prevent it entirely.
We understand the struggles that come with aging and offer compassion and respect to our prized patients.
Seeing a Family Medicine Physician for your pediatric needs is never “out growing” your doctor.