Dr. Alicia Cain, M.D.
Tennessee State University
Dr. Alicia Cain, M.D. Born and raised in New York City and graduated from Tennessee State University and Meharry Medical College. Always interested in the African American Community, I was an active member of the Black Panther Party during the late 1960s, early 1970s. Five years ago I began publishing a fashion, beauty and lifestyle magazine geared toward empowering the young African American woman and serving as a publishing platform for many artisans and entertainers called Empeccable Magazine. We are located here in Atlanta and have a robust online presence. I am also an Internal Medicine/Critical Care Physician and former Director of Ambulatory Care at Harlem Hospital in New York City. I have served on the faculties of Morehouse School of Medicine, Howard University School of Medicine and Columbia University School of Medicine as Assistant Professor of Medicine. I have practiced medicine in many jails and prison systems including the Federal Bureau of Prisons and Riker’s Island in NYC where I was Deputy Medical Director. I currently operate a Veterans focused primary care office here in Atlanta and have a e-commerce business for prescription refills called GetYourRefill.com I am a mother whose only child is an attorney and grandmother of four children and I reside here in Atlanta.
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