Omari A Hodge, MD

Omari A. Hodge, MD

Program Director

Omari A. Hodge, MD, is board-certified in family medicine. In practice for 12 years, he spent the last two years as associate program director with North Georgia Health System in Gainesville, GA. He also has been on the faculty of WellStar GME Family Medicine, provided primary care at WellStar/KSU Primary Care and Immediate Care Center, been a full-time attending medical doctor at WellStar Urgent Care Center, and worked as a hospitalist, in an emergency room, and at a pediatrics facility. He treats all ages—from infant to the elderly. For the past seven years, Dr. Hodge also has worked at Clarkston Refugee Clinic, underscoring his philosophy of using the gift of medicine to serve others and work alongside those who value health and people.

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Megan Cahill, MD

Associate Program Director

Dr. Cahill is a native of Central New Jersey where she attended Rutgers University then Temple Medical School. She completed her Family Medicine Residency in Greenwood SC at Self Regional Hospital. She was in Private Practice for 5 years before joining the faculty at MCG in 2017. As the Associate Program Director at AdventHealth Wesley Chapel, Dr. Cahill will closely with both the Program Director and Medical Director as part of the executive team.. She greatly enjoys both patient care and teaching. When not at work she is involved in her church, enjoys traveling, out door activities, reading and scrapbooking

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Gina Hope, MD

Dr. Gina D. Hope received her medical degree from the University of the West Indies Faculty of Medical Sciences and has been in practice for more than 20 years. As a family medicine doctor in Tallahassee, Florida she spent many years affiliated with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare. She comes to Advent Health Wesley Chapel with a wealth of experience and will ensure that our medical clinic runs efficiently. As part of the executive team, she will be involved in the day-to-day decisions of the residency program.